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ICA Bibliography on Appraisal
Draft, Prepared by ICA Committee on Appraisal (ICA/CAP)
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON APPRAISALPrepared by the ICA Committee on AppraisalJanuary 2004 draftUpdated by Markku Leppänen 12 April 2004BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES ON ARCHIVAL PERIODICALS MENTIONED IN THE LIST :
The American Archivist. Published Quarterly by the Society of AmericanArchivists. ISSN 0360-9081
Archivalische Zeitschrift. Generaldirektion der staatlichen Archive Bayerns.(Germany)
Der Archivar. Mitteilungsblatt für deutsches Archivwesen. Herausgegeben vomNordrhein-Westfälischen Hauptstaatsarchiv. Düsseldorf. (Germany)
Archivaria. The Journal of the Association of Canadian Archivists. ISSN0318-6954.
Janus. Revue Archivistique – Archival Review. International Council onArchives – Conseil International des Archives. ISSN 0254-7939.
ALEXANDER, Philip N and SAMUELS, Helen W, ‘The Roots of 128: A Hypothetical DocumentationStrategy’ 
American Archivist 
50 (Fall 1987), pp. 518-531.Documentation strategies have been proposed as a means to respond to the problems of modern records through planned and coordinated collecting activities. The strategies areconveniently defined around some issues, activity, or area, and may be focused on amanageable topic within appropriate geographical and chronological boundaries. Adocumentation strategy for Route 128 - the high technology phenomenon inMassachusetts - is offered here as a hypothetical case study. The proposed course of action could be used to address the problems posed by Route 128, or simulated withappropriate modifications to address other documentary problems. (American Archivist)(1. Research Associate, Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; 2. Institute Archivist,Head of Special Collections, MIT libraries)AMERICAN Institute of Physics,
Study of Multi-Institutional Collaborations 
, 1992.Available online at :http://www.aip.org/history/pubslst.htm#collabs In the early 1990s, the Center for History of Physics of the American Institute of Physics(AIP) conducted an investigation to identify patterns of scientific collaborations, define thescope of the documentation problems, field-test possible solutions, and recommend futureactions. They felt that only by understanding how these collaborations occurred could theydesign appropriate appraisal regimes for the records of the work. The investigation
ICA Bibliography on Appraisal
Draft, Prepared by ICA Committee on Appraisal (ICA/CAP)
focused on the scientific study of high-energy physics. (CF)AN, Dr Xiaomi ‘Appraisal of Architectural Archives in China: A critique’ 
Records Management Bulletin 
, Volume 110, October 2002, pp25-30. Available online at:http://www.caldeson.com/RIMOS/xanaaac.html This paper describes and defines what is meant by architectural archives and the practiceof appraisal in China It then goes on to analyse existing approaches and criteria for theappraisal of architectural archives in China. (CF)ANTHONY, Joanne ‘Political Archives: Defining key issues in a significant private records arena’ 
Archives and Manuscripts 
, Volume 31, Number 1, May 2003, pp 25-50.Using the case study of an Australian political archives project, the author attempts toidentify some of the key issues associated with the appraisal of the records of politicalparties. (CF)ARCHIVES Nationales du Québec,
Archival Standards and Procedures of the Archives Nationales du Québec.
4th edition, revised, Québec, 1992. (ISBN 2-550-26513-0)This manual is the result of a significant broadening of the mandate of the ArchivesNationales du Québec through the adoption of the Archives Act in late 1983. The purposeof these standards, in addition to providing a common language, is to facilitate theintellectual and administrative control of acquisition and transfers, to ensure that onlyinformation of historical value reaches the Archives, to help users to better grasp thedifferent facets of a fonds or collection and to protect the documents from deteriorationresulting from ignorance or negligence. (Markku Leppänen)ARCHIVES School of Marburg,
Archives Bibliography 
, 1998. Available online at:www.uni-marburg.de/archivschule/fv14.html BAILEY, Catherine, ‘From the Top Down: the Practice of Macro-Appraisal’ 
43 (Spring1997), pp. 89 -
128.This article examines the application of the macro-appraisal model, which has beenpractised at the National Archives of Canada since 1991. After a conceptual review of thetheory behind documentation strategy and the macro-appraisal model, the article outlinesthe National Archives' "planned approach" to the macro-appraisal of records of theCanadian federal government. Through a detailed analysis of four appraisals in the field of health and social welfare, a number of strengths and weaknesses of the macro-appraisalmodel are discussed.Cet article traite du modèle de tri à grande échelle utilisé aux Archives nationales duCanada depuis 1991. Après un examen des concepts de la théorie supportant la stratégiedocumentaire et le modèle de tri archivistique à grande échelle, l'article présentel'approche planifiée des Archives nationales pour trier à grande échelle les archives duGouvernement du Canada. Les forces et faiblesses du modèle sont discutées à l'aide d'uneanalyse détaillée de quatre projets de tri à grande échelle réalisées dans le domaine de lasanté et des services sociaux. (Archivaria) (Bailey is an Archivist responsible for Healthand Welfare Records in Government Archives Division, National Archives of Canada)
ICA Bibliography on Appraisal
Draft, Prepared by ICA Committee on Appraisal (ICA/CAP)
 BEARMAN, David, ‘Archival Strategies’ 
American Archivist 
58 (Fall 1995), pp. 380-413.In 1989, David Bearman published an essay entitled
Archival Methods 
, in which he arguedthat traditional methods in archives for appraisal, description, preservation, and access torecords would fail to meet already identified archival needs because the extent of knowndemands exceeded the capacity of the profession by more than an order of magnitude ineach case. In response to a shortfall of this degree, he argued, the profession needed toinvent new approaches or redefine its problems. In this paper, Bearman defines strategicapproaches to achieving the archival mission given that assessment of our requirementsand methods. He then reviews some efforts that have been made in archives worldwide inrecent years to redefine archival methods along these lines. Finally he suggests someradical strategies as yet untried that could also contribute, along with those being testednow, to a revolution in archival methods. (American Archivist) (Bearman is the Presidentof Archives & Museum Informatics, a pittsburgh-based Consulting firm)BEAVEN, Brian, ‘Macro-Appraisal: From Theory to Practice’ 
48 (Fall 1999), pp.154-198.Appraisal and selection have been subject to major pressures and innovations in the lasttwo decades, largely from the advent of technology. This article explores someimplications of the new approaches to records appraisal from the perspective of a willing,though somewhat skeptical participant in these changes. While it necessarily addressesappraisal and macro-appraisal techniques at a theoretical level, the purpose is notprimarily a theoretical discourse. It is rather an exploration of methodology, an analysisinformed by recent, practical experience and some suggestive case studies. What followsis an examination of the extent to which one approach to appraisal, grounded on a firmtheoretical foundation, may provide a valuable and workable framework for standizationof professional practice. (Archivaria) (Beaven is PhD, National Archives of Canada/RecordsDisposition Division)BILANZ und Perspektiven archivischer Bewertung. ‘Beiträge eines ArchivwissenschaftlichenKolloquims. Archivschule Marburg’ 
Veröffentlichen der Archivschule Marburg 
21 Marburg:Archivschule 1994. (in German)BOLES, Frank and MARKS YOUNG, Julia,
Archival Appraisal 
Neal-Schuman Publishers Inc. NewYork 1991.This guide was written to increase the understanding of how archivists select records forlong-term storage. The goals here are twofold. First,
Archival Appraisal 
is intended toimprove the practice of selection among archivists by creating a better understanding of the methodology underlying selection. Second, it is intended as a means to share thearchival selection methodology with other information professionals who may find thearchival paradigm, in whole or in part, applicable to other areas of informationmanagement where selection is important.BOLES, Frank and GREENE, Mark A., ‘Et Tu Schellenberg? Thoughts on the Dagger of AmericanAppraisal Theory’ 
American Archivist 
59 (Summer 1996), pp. 298-310.Luciana Duranti’s article, “The Concept of Appraisal and Archival Theory” challenges the

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