This section lists valuable websites and listservs on records, archives and related topics.
The following websites contain useful information about archives and records issues.
Donna and John Harlan of Miami University of Ohio have collected and compiled a ‘directory’ of information about archives and archivists on the Internet.
ARCHON is a website focused on the needs of UK archivists and manuscripts curators. It has valuable links to repositories and training institutions; of special interest is the link to professional resources and associations.
Created and maintained by Cheryl Avery, University of Saskatchewan Archives and Steve Billinton, Archives of Ontario, the Canadian Archival Resources on the Internet site is a model for those wishing to set up a comprehensive directory of sites. Especially valuable are its links to other international gateways.
Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN) is a comprehensive organisation with a number of publications and reports of interest to record-keeping professionals.
State University of New York at Albany, Center for Technology in Government includes important papers on record-keeping issues.
European Commission, DLM Forum Papers, is the site for the DLM Forum on Electronic Record Keeping; it has important consensus documents and papers on the topic.
Ready, ‘Net, GO! Archival Internet Resources is an American-based website that is specially good for explaining searching tools and strategies for exploring the Internet.
Records and Information Management Resources on the Internet was developed and maintained by Alan S. Zaben as a service to records professionals. It sits on the ARMA Rio Grande Chapter site and has an extensive list of sites and sources for records managers and archivists.