Describes the importance of incorporating audiovisual (AV) records into records and information resources management programs, and provides instructions for various AV formats. Discusses motion pictures and sound recordings, open-reel audiotape and audio cassettes, videotape formats, a cold storage vault at the U.S. National Archives, the vinegar syndrome, a video study station, and record elements. Contents: creating AV records; maintaining AV records; scheduling and disposition; record elements for archival materials, etc. Photos. Glossary. Selected bibliography.JL his instructional manual provides basic guidance for the creation, maintenance, preservation, and use of audiovisual records as part of their life- cycle management. Due to their vulnerability to damage from poor storage and handlinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Managing Audiovisual Records|
|Author||:||William T. Murphy|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-06-01|