Table of contents for Managing archives and archivists / Richard J. Cox.

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Preface
Chapter One		Understanding the Role of Archivists in Organizations 
Chapter Two		Recognizing Why Organizations Need Consultants
Chapter Three	Defining Archival Positions in Organizations
Chapter Four 	Explaing the Purpose of Records Professionals 
Chapter Five	Weighing the Options between Archives, Records Management, and Distance Learning
Chapter Six		Establishing Archival Credentials and Professional Identity
Chapter Seven 	Exploring the Changing Position of the Archivist in the Knowledge Age
Chapter Eight	Keeping Records, Documents, and Other Materials in the Digital Era
Chapter Nine		Forming the Records Professional's Knowledge
Chapter Ten	Considering the Success of Four Institutional Records Programs 
Index
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Archives -- United States -- Administration.
Archivists -- United States.
Professional employees -- United States.
Personnel management -- United States.