Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

1998

Journal or Book Title

Archival Issues

Volume

23

Issue

2

First Page

171

Last Page

189

Abstract

This article reports and interprets the data collected from the author's 1995 survey of 142 archives and manuscripts repositories at Association of Research Libraries institutions and their automated access practices. The goals of the study are, first, analyzing the data gathered to understand the development of archives' automated access programs and, second, understanding the extent to which libraries'cataloging and automated systems units interact with their institutions' archival repositories in their common mission of creating and maintaining intellectual access to research materials. These interactions are analyzed in areas such as automated applications development and maintenance, use of specific automated access tools, overall responsibility for program planning, and the provision of training.

Comments

This article is from Archival Issues 23 (1998): 171–189.

Rights

This article is available under a CC BY-NC-ND license.

Copyright Owner

Tyler O. Walters

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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