Archived webinars in various electronic records management topics.

Instructor
Marianna Symeonides
512-463-5448
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After examining the what, when, and why of an imaging project, you've decided that digital imaging is right for your records, and you want to make sure that your project will be successful.  In the second webinar of the series, we will explore the "who" of imaging -- do it yourself or hire a vendor?  We will discuss components of an in-house project (the "how" of the project), such as selecting software and equipment, handling fragile or oversized material, staffing and training, metadata, file formats, ensuring quality control, and more. 

CE Hours: 1.0

Instructor
Angela Ossar
512-463-6623
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What does digital imaging involve?  When (and why) is digital imaging beneficial, and when is it a waste of money and time?  In the first webinar of this series, we will introduce the benefits of a digital imaging project – quick access, file sharing – and also discuss cost considerations.  We will also discuss the issue of source document destruction – should you destroy the original document after scanning, and if you do, how can you ensure that the scanned image meets Bulletin 1/Bulletin B requirements for authenticity?

CE Hours: 1.0

Instructor
Bonnie Zuber
512-463-0188
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Your office may have already implemented an electronic document and records management system (EDRMS) or maybe you just want to know more about what these enterprise-wide applications can do. This webinar will discuss various EDRMS vendors and software, the pros and cons of adopting a system, and how state agencies and local governments can use these systems while adhering to the rules and standards for electronic records. We’ll also provide some tips for records management officers on being involved in decision-making processes and implementation of these systems.

CE Hours: 1.0

Instructor
Marianna Symeonides
512-463-5448
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This is the first in a two-part webinar on email management. We will discuss the laws and rules regarding email as records, how to determine when an email is a record and how to identify which emails you should keep. Next, we will explain the most common categories of email records. We will also show you one way to organize your inbox, and we’ll share some productivity tips to help make all aspects of your email use more efficient.

CE Hours: 1.0
Instructor
Marianna Symeonides
512-463-5448
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This is the second part of our email management webinar series. This webinar is targeted towards Records Management Officers (RMOs) or anybody seeking more advanced knowledge of email management. We will discuss: the RMO’s role regarding email management, handling the emails of exiting employees, metadata that should be retained as part of the email record, alternative approaches to the do-it-yourself file plan offered in Part 1, encryption, auto-classification tools, e-discovery, and email archiving software.

CE Hours: 1.0


Instructor
Erica Wilson
512-463-6627
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This webinar is for state and local government records management personnel who would like to understand the issues and processes of electronic records discovery and litigation. Guest presenter Joe Venturella will discuss topics relating to litigation holds; penalties and sanctions; the Records Management Officer’s role in discovery; and the benefits of having a solid, proactive Records Management program. Mr. Venturella has over 12 years of experience in the areas of data retention, preservation, collection, and processing.

CE Hours: 1.0


Instructor
Bonnie Zuber
512-463-0188
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This webinar, intended for records managers, discusses how to identify social media information as records, best practices for capture and storage of that information, setting retention periods, and policy considerations that will help keep social media information flowing smoothly in compliance.

CE Hours: 1.0


Instructors
Angela Ossar
512-463-6623
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This webinar, intended for all creators of electronic records with long-term value, discusses the fragility of digital information and offers practical tips on such topics as selecting storage media and choosing file formats.

CE Hours: 1.0
ACA Archival Recertification Credits: 1 (B.3.e)


Instructor
Angela Ossar
512-463-6623
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This webinar, intended for records managers, discusses preservation methods for digital records, such as migration, normalization, emulation, and printing to hard copy. It discusses first steps for establishing a digital preservation program, including defining the scope of file formats accepted, conducting a needs assessment, and preparing a business case. The presentation concludes with a discussion of further training opportunities.

CE Hours: 1.0
ACA Archival Recertification Credits: 1 (B.3.e)

Instructor
Erica Wilson
512-463-6627
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Do you have difficulty locating records in your current shared drive structure? Are you constantly creating new folders for records or forgetting where things are kept? As electronic records proliferate, managing shared drive environments has become vital to organizations. In this webinar, instructor Erica Wilson discusses challenges and benefits of organizing shared drives, who needs to be involved when the shared drive is restructured, and strategies and best practices for shared drive management. The webinar includes a case study of the Records Management Assistance unit's shared drive reorganization.

    CE Hours: 1.0