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  • Brewster Kahle
    With apologies for cross-posting ** Launch of e-TERM project website ** e-TERM is a collaborative project to develop a European programme for Training in
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 9, 2001
      With apologies for cross-posting

      ** Launch of e-TERM project website **

      e-TERM is a collaborative project to develop a European programme for
      Training in Electronic Records Management to meet the needs of
      administrators, information professionals, archivists and records managers.
      e-TERM was established following a recommendation of the Training Working
      Party of the DLM-Forum on Electronic Records, and work on the development
      of the European training programme is now under way.

      The e-TERM website, giving further details of this project, can be found at
      <http://www.ucl.ac.uk/e-term/>.

      The e-TERM partners are the Archiefschool in the Netherlands; the Archivio
      di Stato di Milano, Italy; the Fachhochschule Potsdam, Germany; the
      Faculdade de Letras at the University of Oporto, Portugal; the School of
      Information Studies at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle, United
      Kingdom; the School of Library, Archives and Information Studies at
      University College London, United Kingdom; the University of Tampere,
      Finland; and the Direzione Generale per gli Archivi, Italy.

      Phase 1 of e-TERM has been funded by the European Union's Leonardo da Vinci
      programme. The project manager, to whom further enquiries may be addressed,
      is Peter Horsman of the Netherlands Archiefschool
      (e-mail:<P.J.Horsman@...>.

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      Note: Announcements about the website have already appeared on some
      listservs. However at the time when these appeared the site was unfinished.
      This message announces the formal launch of the e-TERM website.




      Geoffrey Yeo
      Lecturer in Archives and Records Management
      University College London

      Tel: 020 7679 2481
      Fax: 020 7383 0557
      E-mail: g.yeo@...
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