Problems and Countermeasures of University Management of Personage Archives in the Horizon of Campus Culture

Heng YAO

Abstract


The management of personage archives is one of the important work of university archives departments serving for campus culture construction. By defining the concept of the management of personage archives and its difference from personnel archives and working archives in the universities, this article analyzes the problems in the management of personage archives and proposes appropriate countermeasures in view of campus culture.


Keywords


Campus culture; The management of personage archives in the universities; Archives management

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