State Agency Workshops: Asheville, Raleigh and Wilmington

We’re happy to announce a new series of workshops for State Agency and University employees at our Raleigh office at 215 N. Blount St.

Please note we are also offering these workshops in Wilmington (April 23) and Asheville (April 30).

We’ll be offering four different workshops at two times each at our Raleigh office:

• Introduction to Managing Public Records – Covers public records law, basic records management principles, and the two types of retention schedules your office uses.

• Organizing your Paper and Digital Files – Introduces you to organizational techniques honed over the years by records managers that can increase your office’s efficiency in recordkeeping.

• The Basics of Electronic Public Records – Introduces you to the unique challenges electronic records pose for recordkeepers and how to maintain their physical integrity over time.

• Managing Email – A must-see for any agencies using automatic archiving for their email, especially executive agencies. Discusses email as a public record and how to follow your recordkeeping responsibilities when so much public business is done in this medium.

These workshops will be offered at our Raleigh location, 215 N. Blount St. the following days and times:

Feb. 5 Introduction to Managing Public Records 9:00-10:30
Organizing Your Digital & Paper Files 10:45 – 11:45

Feb. 19 The Basics of Electronic Public Records 9:00 – 10:30
Managing E-mail 10:45 – 12:00

Mar. 12 Introduction to Managing Public Records 9:00-10:30
Organizing you Digital & Paper Files 10:45-11:45

Mar. 26 Introduction to Managing Public Records 9:00 – 10:30
Organizing you Digital & Paper Files 10:45-11:45

The workshops will also be offered in Wilmington, NC on April 23 at the New Hanover County Government Center located at 230 Government Center Dr., Wilmington NC 28403. The workshops will be from 9AM to 4PM with a break for lunch on your own.

The workshops will be in Asheville, NC on April 30 at the Dept. of Cultural Resources Western Office located at 176 Riceville Rd., Asheville NC 28805. This workshops will be from 9AM to 4PM with a break for lunch on your own.

For more information and registration forms please see our webpage here.

If you would like to attend, please fill out a registration form and send it to Gail Elliot.

Please note there are separate registration forms for the Raleigh, Asheville, and Wilmington workshops.

Can’t make it, but interested in learning more? Check out the FAQ for Government Records on the State Archives of North Carolina’s website, or contact one of the records analysts to get us to come to your site and present there!

Advertisements