This paper was presented at a seminar for records practitioners and students of library and archival science hosted by Rikkyo University, Tokyo, in November 2018. In today’s short session I will be covering three main points: Trustworthy and usable records are an essential part of everyday business and life, whether it is for carrying out … More Challenges and opportunities of the digital age: A recordkeeping perspective
Just plugging the continuing series Recordkeeping Roundcasts – in the most recent episode I speak with Ellen Broad, the author of Made by Humans: The AI Condition, about AI, accountability and archives. A very interesting chat, with more to come in the next ep, in which we consider privacy in a data-driven world, and do … More Recordkeeping Roundcasts continues!
The short piece below is a test of the Beta release of Write in Stone, a new tool for capturing and sharing research. To view the full Writeline for this story, or to rate the research, click on the widget. Feedback (on the tool, not my dodgy writing) is welcome! Email me at cassie (at) … More Written in Stone: The Sydney Ducks
Just a quick post to point you to a new Recordkeeping Roundtable project; a podcast series! The first few episodes of which are drawn from an interview I recorded a few weeks back with the very interesting and generally delightful John Sheridan, Digital Director at The National Archives UK. Episode 1 deals with scale and … More Recordkeeping Roundcasts