Opracowanie archiwalne w dobie technologii informatycznych

Wiesława Kwiatkowska, Opracowanie archiwalne w dobie technologii informatycznych - co należy zachować, a co zmienić w dotychczasowej metodyce?, w: Archeion, t. 116, wyd. NDAP, Warszawa 2015, ss. 291-302

"Wiesława Kwiatkowska, Archival development in the era of information technology. What should
be preserved and what should be changed in the existing methodology? This article attempts
to assess the existing methodology which allowed for taking a stance towards goals established by
a scientifi c team appointed in December 2013 by the General Director of National Archives, and in
particular towards needs and scope of the document containing unifi ed rules and practices for development
of archival resources. The Polish archival science has established a “timeless” development
model which was presented in a manual Archiwistyka released in Toruń. Before any system can be
established, the adaptation of the manual to the requirements of IT systems requires fi rst of all development
of a standardized archival description model, understood as a structured index of individual
elements of description combined into logical blocks used for description at the levels determined by
a resource structure. The FOPAR standard for description of Polish archival materials, tailored to the
specifiity of the Polish resource, was proposed 20 years ago by Bohdan Ryszewski. The description
of methodical procedures presented in the Archiwistyka manual can be used to implement the objective
set for the team, and a uniform collection of methodological guidelines concerning rules for developing
archival materials can be created on that basis. It will take into account further development
of the principle of provenance and its impact on the entire structure of the resource. An even more
comprehensive and unified description of the national standard will replace the existing aids. Detailed
standards for different types of teams and documentation should be developed in accordance with the
general methodology."
Źródło: Archeion, t. 116 

dodano: 02.04.2016