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ESARBICA Journal: Journal of the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives - Vol 20 (2001)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Ensuring the Authenticity of Records: From Seals to Digital Signatures
Shadrack Katuu
Preserving the Bits and Bytes of History: Lessons from the Government Electronic Records Programme at the National Archives of Canada
Catherine Bailey
The Challenges of Managing Electronic Records in the ESARBICA Region
Ndiyoi Mutiti
The State of Electronic Records Management in South Africa: An Overview
Brad Abbott
Encoded Archival Description: An Introduction and Overview
Daniel V Pitti
An Electronic Document and Records Management Project at Umgeni Water, South Africa
Patricia Stabbins
Educating Recordkeeping Professionals in Africa: The Case of Moi University, Kenya
Justus Wamukoya, Henry Kemoni
Establishing a University Archives: The Case of Moi University, Kenya
Raphael Wanyonyi Namaru
Estado e Políticas Arquivísticas EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Eugénio A Monteiro 108-113
Disaster Preparedness at the National Archives of Zimbabwe: An Appraisal
Nicholas Vumbunu
Recovering the Silences in the Stories of the Rainbow Nation: The Use of Narrative in the Transformation Process in the National Archives of South Africa
Ethel Kriger
Revisiting the Harris-Hatang Dialogue: A Critique of “What it (Might) Mean(s) to be an African Archivist”
Lekoko S Kenosi
“If you want to travel by night, and you have a lamp, set out on your journey!”: A Replique to “Archives, Identity and Place: A Dialogue on What it (Might) Mean(s) to be an African Archivist”
Ethel Kriger


ISSN: 0376-4753
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