Building Record-Keeping Systems: Archivists Are Not Alone on the Wild Frontier

  • Margaret Hedstrom

Author Biography

Margaret Hedstrom
Margaret Hedstrom is an Associate Professor at the School of Information, University of Michigan, where she teaches in the areas of archives, electronic records management, and digital preservation. Before joining the faculty at Michigan in 1995, she worked for ten years at the New York State Archives and Records Administration where she was Chief of State Records Advisory Services and Director of the Center for Electronic Records. She has published widely on many aspects of archival management and electronic records and is currently writing a book on digital preservation. Her current research interests include digital preservation strategies, the impact of electronic communications on organizational memory and documentation, and remote access to archival material. She is a fellow of the Society of American Archivists and was the first recipient of the annual Award for Excellence in New York State Government Information Services.
How to Cite
Hedstrom, Margaret. 1997. “Building Record-Keeping Systems: Archivists Are Not Alone on the Wild Frontier”. Archivaria 44 (January), 44-71.