Records Management for Archivists

Certificate Eligibility: 
N/A
Credits: 
10 ARC, 1.5 CEU
Length: 
2 days
Format: 
In-Person
Max Attendees: 
30
Tier: 
Tactical and Strategic
Description: 

In this workshop, you'll get an overview of records management principles, practices, and tools to use for establishing or continuing a records management program.

Learning Outcomes: 
Explain basic records management terminology
Conduct a records inventory independently
Write a records retention and disposition schedule
Recognize the legal requirements for records management
Develop a basic understanding of electronic records management
Who Should Attend: 

Archivists with beginning to intermediate knowledge of records management whose job description includes records management and/or who want to learn records management practices to enhance their job performance

What You Should Already Know: 

Participants should have basic knowledge of the records life cycle and other models, such as the records continuum, for following records through their various use cases. Familiarity with basic records management concepts, as found on the Glossary of Archival and Records Terminology, is helpful but not required.

Instructor(s): 
Reviews: 
"This was a great refresher and reminder of a records management course I had in grad school. The electronic records parts were very useful, as were the suggestions for coalition building."
"Excellent practical training! Instructor was very knowledgeable and a good speaker. Good, data-filled, helpful slides."
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