Virginia Commonwealth University


Title: Records Management 101

Date/Time: 4/23/2020  1:00pm - 2:30pm

Presenter: Amber Peranski

Registration: 1 seats available (Max. Class Size = 20)
(Class is archived)

Building: To be determined  

Cost: $0  

Sponsor: Technology Services

Audience: VCU Faculty and Staff Only

Category: General

Description: The Records Management program at VCU seeks to educate all employees on recordkeeping practices that are compliant with state regulations and University policies. This involves understanding the record retention and disposition schedules published by the Library of Virginia and the requirements for the proper destruction of records. The audience for this training is anyone who creates and/or maintains public records in the course of their work at VCU, which is almost all faculty and staff. Those who manage repositories for records (whether paper or electronic) or who are currently or wish to become "record coordinators" for their department are strongly encouraged to attend.

Learning Objectives:
-What is the Records Management program at VCU?
-What is a public record versus a non-record?
-Who are Record Coordinators?
-Storing records
-Reformatting records
-How to identify retention periods for your records
-Process for reporting records to be destroyed
-Destroying confidential records
-General employee responsibilities for managing records

Contact: Peranski, Amber