In recent years the Australian recordkeeping community has been involved in a range of research and development projects. Much of the research undertaken has been collaborative, with academic and industry partners, researchers, and practitioners pooling their expertise and experience to address a research agenda which largely grew out of the professional challenges associated with managing electronic records in networked environments. The nurturing of collaborative research and development initiatives has been a key strategy of the record-keeping community in its efforts to develop policies, standards, systems, and tools for electronic recordkeeping. Increasingly, this collaborative research is becoming more international and multidisciplinary in nature. This article reviews a number of these recent Australian collaborative research initiatives and explores their links to recordkeeping education programs.
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sept 2000|