Records Management 101For more information contact Ryan Leimkuehler or Megan Rohleder.
– Description/Purpose of Course: This course covers the basic information needed for records managers, Records Officers, or designees revising retention schedules for their agencies. The course also walks attendees through why records management is important, legal requirements, paper and electronic records, the State Records Board, and Electronic Records Committee. The course concludes with a hands on workshop designed to introduce attendees to revising and constructing retention schedules and helpful advice on how to start revisions of their agency's schedule.
Shared Drive Training
– Description/Purpose of Course: This course covers the basics of cleaning up an agency or division shared drive. The course walks attendees through the process of how to identify what records are in the shared drive, who created them, retention requirements, and programs/software that will identify duplicate records and will clean up space for future use. The course will include a hands on demonstration of software used by the Historical Society in managing a shared drive.