Public Record Office Victoria provides the Victorian Government with best practice records management, including advice, standards, policies and disposal authorities. Our Government Services team is tasked with the important role of selecting and transferring the right records into Victoria’s archival collection.
Background For some time, information management practitioners have been challenged by how to manage structured data over the long term. You may find other blog entries relating to this topic interesting or even informative: http://prov.vic.gov.au/blog-only/structured-data-options-for-capturing-structured-data-in-a-long-term-format http://prov.vic.gov.au/blog-only/structured-data-what-portion-of-the-data-within-a-structured-data-source-should-be-preserved If you don’t find these either interesting or informative, go to your favourite search engine enter the terms “structured […]Read More
The concept of Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) has been around since 2008. Although certain limitations preclude them from fully replacing formal training and education, these courses have significantly expanded over the years. For example, according to one site, Open Colleges, there are at least 50 of such MOOC sites available that provide free […]Read More
A key aspect of the work undertaken by Standards and Policy team at PROV is the delivery to our stakeholders of key information about best practice recordkeeping. To this end, we are reviewing the communication mechanisms that we currently use. You will find below a short survey that focuses primarily around the channels used to […]Read More