“Archival Arrangement and Description provides archivists with basic knowledge on modern archival descriptive practices, giving an archivist at any size repository a solid foundation for making professional judgments regarding descriptive standards, born-digital records processing, and descriptive and access systems.”
—Provenance, Volume 31, Issue 1
"The publication is exceptionally timely and authoritative with actionable advice and adaptable workflows for most any archival repository."
—Archival Issues, 2014
"The authors offer reliable information and proficient insights for all levels of experience, varied institution sizes, and multiple technology skill-levels."
—Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists, Spring 2014
". . . straight-forward and well-researched information about how archivists can learn about and prepare for managing both digitized and born-digital materials."
—Journal of Western Archives, 2013
"The three independent but interrelated modules in this volume can be used individually, but collectively they provide a way to understand the current trends and practices in archival arrangement and description."
—American Archivist , Fall/Winter 2013