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Biography

Prof. Xiaomi An

School of Information Resources Management

Remin University of China, China

Professor


Email: anxiaomi@ruc.edu.cn


Qualifications

Ph.D., University of Liverpool, UK


Publications (selected)

  1. An, et al. (2013) Knowledge Management: An Integrated Approach. Beijing, Renmin University of China Publishing House. (English version to Chinese version, by Ashok Jashapara, editor-in-chief)
  2. An, et al. (2013) Information Resources Management: Concept and Cases, Nanjing, Nanjing University Publishing House. (English version to Chinese Version, by Forest Woody Horton, editor-in-chief)
  3. An, X. et al. (2012) Knowledge Management Methods and Technologies. Nanjing, Nanjing University Publishing House. (monograph, Chinese)
  4. An, X. (2010) English-Chinese Glossary of Records and Information Management Terms. Beijing, China Standards Publishing House. (editor-in-chief)
  5. An, X. (2008) ISO 15489-Based Records and Archives Management Core Standards and the Relevant Specifications, Beijing, China Standards Publishing House. (Chinese) (editor-in-chief)
  6. An, X. & Zheng, X. (2006) Integrated Management and Services: The Optimization and Innovation of Urban Development Records, Archives and Information Management in 21 Century. Beijing, China Architecture and Building Press. (Chinese, editor-in-chief)
  7. An, X. (2002). Towards a Best Practice Framework for Managing Urban Development Archives: Case Studies from the UK and China.Beijing, China Architecture and Building Press. (English, monograph)
  8. An, Xiaomi, Deng, Hepu, Chao, Lemen, Bai, Wenlin. (2014) Knowledge management in support of collaborative innovation and the community capacity building. Journal of Knowledge Management, (Accepted)
  9. An, Xiaomi, Ellis, Judith. (2014) Meta-synthetic strategies for digitalrecordkeepingand knowledge utilization: International Trends. Management Studies, 2 (1) 1: 43-52.
  10. An, X., Deng H, Wang Y, et al. (2013) An integrated model for effective knowledge management in Chinese organizations. Program: Electronic Library and Information Systems, 47 (3): 320-336.
  11. An, X., Xu, S., Mu, Y., Wang, W., Bai, X. Dawson, A., Han, H. (2012) Meta-synthetic support frameworks for reuse of government information resources on city travel and traffic: the case of Beijing. Program: Electronic Library and Information Systems, 46 (1): 5-20.
  12. An, X., Dawson, A., Bai, X., Wang, W. (2010) Framework for managing national research project records as knowledge assets: Integrated use of lifecycle, continuum and ecosystem knowledge management methodologies. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning, November 11 to 12, Hong Kong: 37-46.
  13. An, X., Wang, W (2010) Towards comprehensive integration management of business continuity, records and knowledge. Proceedings of the 6thInternational Conference on Networked Computing and Advanced Information Management, August 16-18, Seoul, Korea: 5-9.
  14. An, X. and Wang. W. (2010) Knowledge management technologies and applications: A literature review, Proceedings of 2010 IEEE International Conference on Advanced Management Science, July 9 to 11, Chendu, China.
  15. An, X. (2009) Strategies for electronic records management from China and around the world. Records Management Bulletin, 152: 28-33.
  16. An, X. (2009) The Electronic records management in E-government strategy: Case studies and the implications. Proceedings of International Conference on Networking and Digital Society. May 30 to 31, Guiyang, Guizhou, China, (1): 17-20.
  17. An, X. (2008) The study and application of ISO15489 in China and the rest of the world, Records Management Bulletin, 142: 27-33.
  18. An, X. (2007) RM in China: A critique. IQ InfoRMAA Quarterly, 2006, 22 (4) 2006 November: 28-31, adopted by Records Management Bulletin, 137: 18-23.
  19. An, X. (2005) Evaluation of research in integrated management and services of urban development records, archives and information. Tsinghua Science and Technology, 10(S1): 852-858.
  20. An, X. (2005) Research in electronic records management. edited by Julie Mcleod and Catherine Hare, Managing Electronic Records, UK: Facet Publishing, October: 63-80.
  21. An, X., Jiao H. (2004) Assessing records management in China against ISO15489 and the implications, Records Management Journal, 14 (1): 33-39.
  22. An, X. (2003) An Integrated approach to records management. The Information management Journal, 37 (4): 23-30.
  23. An, X. (2003) Changes and directions in archival research: the influence of Michael Cook’s publications in China”, Essay in Honor of Michael Cook, edited by Margaret Procter and Caroline Williams, UK: LUCAS, 2003: 63-72.
  24. An, X. & Cook, M. (2003) Integrated management and services for urban development records, archives and information: A research agenda. Records Management Journal, 14 (2): 83-90.


Profile Details

Dr. Xiaomi An is a professor of records and knowledge management at School of Information Resources Management, Renmin University of China (RUC). She is leader of Knowledge Management Team at Key Laboratory of Data Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (DEKE), Ministry of Education (MOE) at RUC; leader ofInternational Research Front of Electronic Records Management Team at Electronic Records Management Research Center, RUC. She obtained a PhD degree in 2001 from University of Liverpool, UK. She had been awarded Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University, MOE in 2008. She was Fulbright Research Scholar of UCLA from September 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. She is a committee member of ISO/TC46/SC11. Professor An has been the chairs over 30 research projects. She has published over190 academic papers, authored 16 books, obtained 21 achievement awards. She is very active as an academic and expert in the field of recordkeeping in close relationship with other fields such as information resources management and knowledge management. Her interest is to better align or even integrate these different fields, and not see them as separate areas. Her focus is trying to enhance the value of records for wider communities and into other domains with her meta-synthetic management framework and holistic integration approaches,  managing records as knowledge assets and information resources.


Lasted updated: 2014-3-14