Month: October 2012

Continuous Classification – Article by Greg Bak

Interesting recent (March 2012) academic paper by Greg Bak from the Archival Studies Program, Department of History, University of Manitoba, Canada, titled 'Continuous classification: capturing dynamic relationships among information resources'. Bak notes the following in the abstract to the paper: 'Records classification within electronic records management systems often is constrained by rules derived from paper-era … Continue reading Continuous Classification – Article by Greg Bak