ABSTRACT

Trust and Records in an Open Digital Environment explores issues that arise when digital records are entrusted to the cloud and will help professionals to make informed choices in the context of a rapidly changing digital economy.

Showing that records need to ensure public trust, especially in the era of alternative truths, this volume argues that reliable resources, which are openly accessible from governmental institutions, e-services, archival institutions, digital repositories, and cloud-based digital archives, are the key to an open digital environment. The book also demonstrates that current established practices need to be reviewed and amended to include the networked nature of the cloud-based records, to investigate the role of new players, like cloud service providers (CSP), and assess the potential for implementing new, disruptive technologies like blockchain. Stančić and the contributors address these challenges by taking three themes – state, citizens, and documentary form – and discussing their interaction in the context of open government, open access, recordkeeping, and digital preservation.

Exploring what is needed to enable the establishment of an open digital environment, Trust and Records in an Open Digital Environment should be essential reading for data, information, document, and records management professionals. It will also be a key text for archivists, librarians, professors, and students working in the information sciences and other related fields.

chapter |6 pages

Introduction

ByLuciana Duranti, Hrvoje Stančić

part Part I|98 pages

State

chapter 1|2 pages

Introduction to Part I

ByHrvoje Stančić

chapter 2|11 pages

The role of records managers and archivists in open government

ByElizabeth Shepherd, Tove Engvall, Andrew Flinn

chapter 3|10 pages

Policies and standards for recordkeeping and digital preservation

ByMaria Guercio, Maria Mata Caravaca, Liudmila Varlamova

chapter 5|12 pages

Information governance

Nature and maturity practices in EU public administrations
ByBasma Makhlouf Shabou, Sandrine Anderfuhren, Elizabeth Lomas

chapter 6|12 pages

Governmental e-services

ByLluís-Esteve Casellas, Hrvoje Stančić

chapter 7|18 pages

Inter-organisational collaboration on e-government

ByGöran Samuelsson, Hrvoje Stančić

chapter 8|18 pages

Economic models for cloud storage

ByJulie McLeod, Hrvoje Stančić

chapter 9|2 pages

Conclusion to Part I

ByHrvoje Stančić

part Part II|59 pages

Citizens

chapter 10|1 pages

Introduction to Part II

ByHrvoje Stančić

chapter 11|13 pages

Open data and privacy

ByJames Lowry, Anna Sexton

chapter 12|12 pages

Public trust in online records

The case of the UK care.data programme
ByJulie McLeod, Sue Childs

chapter 13|10 pages

User perceptions of born-digital authenticity

ByJenny Bunn

chapter 14|9 pages

Usability of electronic record management systems

BySevgi Koyuncu Tunç, Özgür Külcü

chapter 15|10 pages

Education of records managers and archivists

ByLiudmila Varlamova, Liudmila Fionova, Julia Kukarina, Grigory Lanskoy, Elena Latysheva

chapter 16|2 pages

Conclusion to Part II

ByHrvoje Stančić

part Part III|64 pages

Documentary form

chapter 17|1 pages

Introduction to Part III

ByHrvoje Stančić

chapter 18|13 pages

Preservation of website records

BySilvia Schenkolewski-Kroll, Assaf Tractinsky

chapter 19|20 pages

Metadata description schemas of cultural heritage institutions in the context of interoperability

ByÖzgür Külcü, Tolga Çakmak, Şahika Eroğlu

chapter 20|12 pages

Preservation of digital print masters

ByTomislav Ivanjko

chapter 21|14 pages

Blockchain in digital preservation

ByHrvoje Stančić

chapter 22|2 pages

Conclusion to Part III

ByHrvoje Stančić

chapter |4 pages

Conclusion

ByHrvoje Stančić