Ensuring the Preservation of Reliable Evidence: A Research Project Funded by the NHPRC

  • Wendy Duff

Author Biography

Wendy Duff
Wendy M. Duff is currently an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, where she teaches courses in archives, records management, and electronic records. Previously, she has been Project Coordinator for the Pittsburgh Project, Coordinator of Technical Services at the Nova Scotia Provincial Library, a teacher in the Nova Scotia Community College Library Technicians Programme, and a librarian at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia. Her main research areas include both descriptive standards and electronic records. She presently serves as chair of the Canadian Committee for Archival Description.
Published
1996-01-01
How to Cite
Duff, Wendy. 1996. “Ensuring the Preservation of Reliable Evidence: A Research Project Funded by the NHPRC”. Archivaria 42 (January). https://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12152.

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