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Continuum Records Model As An Alternative to Managing Records Future
Dyah Safitri

Last modified: 2019-08-04


Research aims: This study aims to provide discussion on the potentials of using continuum record model as an alternative for managing future records.

Methodology: This study conducting using literature review based on experience using RC for managing records in other countries

Research findings: This study finds that Continuum Record (CR) model is an alternative in managing records in the future. This model focuses on contextual information that extends not only to archival information and has developed since the 1990s in Australia. Currently, RC model is also popular in the world to observe the growing phenomenon of records and archives including digital developments.

Theoretical implication: This study contributes to the existing literature on records management, by discussing on how the CR model could be used as an alternative mode in the Indonesian context.

Practical implications: This study provides an understanding to the organizations on the potentials of using CR model in the digital era.

Keywords : Continuum Record , contextual information, digital, socially, local values




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