Conference Papers Online
Opening and Welcome
Professor Brian Anderson
Archival description from a distant view
Methodological approach on collecting science archives:
the "metaprotocole" as new point of view.
Reconstructing context: the view from the basement,
Archival aspects of e-mail,
Dr Terry Stokes
Being Content With Form: Making Standards Work
Recent standards initiatives in the UK.
Frameworks for standardizing recordkeeping metadata.
Visualising the Textual Map
Demonstration of the Wedge, data visualisation system.
Preparing the ground, creating the landscape.
Conference dinner speech introducing the after-dinner speaker, Tim Sherratt,
Dr Tom Griffiths
A conspiracy reveal'd,
Archival Constructs: Providing a Focus or Limiting a View?
How do I appraise thee? Let me count the ways: the archival imperative
and the construct of appraisal,
Can the sea-scape be viewed squarely when the port-hole is round ? Observations on the practical implementation of archival constructs in electronic systems,
Dr Stephen Ellis
Writ on water? An exploration of the gap between archival construct and practice in the digital environment.
Jean Marie Deken
The Archival Control of Systems
Systems is systems: archival documentation regardless of format.
Recordkeeping systems: wanted dead or alive.
CSIRO - Recordkeeping and Electronic Laboratory Notebooks
Philip Kent and Rodney Teakle
Working With Knowledge: Coming Back to and Using the Information held in Records
Science Archives: humanising and popularising the stories.
Creating "living records": an epidemiological case study.
Bringing up Bright Sparcs - the many lives of an archival database.
Tim Sherratt and Rosanne Walker
Conference Commentary and Statement
Finn Aaserud, Peter Horsman and Gavan McCarthy