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Screen shot from the preservation webinar

Preserving Electronic Records in Colleges and Universities: Getting Your Program off the Ground

Learn about managing and preserving electronic records in the college and university setting. Although designed for college and university archivists, librarians, and records managers, this recorded workshop will be useful as well to individuals responsible for electronic records in other types of organizations, large and small.

Two companion documents in PDF format are available here for download – click on the links below:

Agenda and slides (27 pages)
Supplementary materials (21 pages)

The webinar, which takes about two hours, is presented in eight sections:

  1. Introduction
  2. E-records to be aware of in your environment
  3. Awareness of the issues (presented in 2 parts)
  4. Standards and other e-preservation initiatives
  5. Goals and strategies for your preservation efforts (presented in 2 parts)
  6. Disaster preparation and recovery planning
  7. Action Plan (presented in 2 parts)
  8. Wrap up

This presentation requires Flash Player version 9 or later. You can download this player free of charge.

The webinar was created by Stephen Goodfellow of Access Systems Consulting for the New York State Archives with a grant to the New York State Historical Records Advisory Board from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

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