Maximum Product, Even Less Process: Increasing Efficiencies in Archival Processing Using ArchivesSpace

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Abstract

As the archival profession has adapted to new challenges and adopted modern practices like More Product, Less Process, the University of Minnesota has embraced these changes. Even so, implementing new practices can take time and effort. With the adoption of ArchivesSpace in 2016, the University found itself being fast-tracked to even more efficient methods for establishing physical and intellectual control over collections. This article will examine the case studies of two large collections that were in the midst of being processed when ArchivesSpace was implemented at the University of Minnesota. How did the switch to ArchivesSpace impact the processing of these collections, and how will these experiences impact the future of archival processing at the University?
Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalJournal of Archival Organization
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StatePublished - Apr 11 2018

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