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Local Government Records Management | Oct. 15, 2021

$10.00

This informative webinar is intended to give local government officials the opportunity to learn about legal responsibilities and basic management of public records.


Registration deadline: 10/13/2020.

All ticket sales are final and non-refundable.


Organizations registering more than one person: Add one registrant to your cart; then click Continue Shopping to add more.

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Details

  • Date: Friday, Oct. 15, 2021
  • Time: 9:00a.m. - 3:30p.m. Lunch break and short breaks between speakers
  • Location: Online Zoom meeting. A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to registrants.
  • Registration deadline: 5:00PM CST, 10/13/2020.

The Wisconsin Historical Society is offering virtual records management workshops designed for local government employees and hosted by the Society’s Andrew Baraniak, Abbie Norderhaug, and Krista Sorenson. The workshop is intended to give local government officials the opportunity to learn about their legal responsibilities and basic management of public records.

The workshop will be split into two sessions. The first session will cover topics that will help attendees become familiar with public records rules and laws, give an overview of basic records management, provide best practices on handling obsolete records, and discuss the Wisconsin Municipal Records Schedule.

The second session will focus specifically on electronic records management and provide helpful information regarding identifying common types of electronic records and how best to manage these records. This session will also educate attendees on tools that can help them manage and maintain records for their required retention period.

Included

Registration includes print resources and a print copy of the Wisconsin Municipal Manual that will be mailed to attendees.

Contact

govarc@wisconsinhistory.org

Buying multiple tickets

Organizations registering more than one person: Add registrant contact information individually, add to cart, and then click Continue Shopping to add more. This ensures that each registrant will receive the webinar information via email.


Register today!

Details

  • Date: Friday, Oct. 15, 2021
  • Time: 9:00a.m. - 3:30p.m. Lunch break and short breaks between speakers
  • Location: Online Zoom meeting. A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to registrants.
  • Registration deadline: 5:00PM CST, 10/13/2020.

The Wisconsin Historical Society is offering virtual records management workshops designed for local government employees and hosted by the Society’s Andrew Baraniak, Abbie Norderhaug, and Krista Sorenson. The workshop is intended to give local government officials the opportunity to learn about their legal responsibilities and basic management of public records.

The workshop will be split into two sessions. The first session will cover topics that will help attendees become familiar with public records rules and laws, give an overview of basic records management, provide best practices on handling obsolete records, and discuss the Wisconsin Municipal Records Schedule.

The second session will focus specifically on electronic records management and provide helpful information regarding identifying common types of electronic records and how best to manage these records. This session will also educate attendees on tools that can help them manage and maintain records for their required retention period.

Included

Registration includes print resources and a print copy of the Wisconsin Municipal Manual that will be mailed to attendees.

Contact

govarc@wisconsinhistory.org

Buying multiple tickets

Organizations registering more than one person: Add registrant contact information individually, add to cart, and then click Continue Shopping to add more. This ensures that each registrant will receive the webinar information via email.


Register today!

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