ACT 210: Managing Maps and Plans Workshop
This workshop assists organizations having problems dealing with large-format records like maps and architectural plans. The storage and retrieval of these records is often less than perfect, even though many of these records have long retention periods and are essential to the running of the organization. The workshop will also discuss modern electronic systems (GIS and CADD) that produce maps and plans, and will touch on preservation issues related to them. This workshop is typically offered in the spring.
- Workshop workbook (PDF) - read and print this file before the workshop
#76 Inventory and Planning: The First Steps in Records Management
Related webpages and video
- Managing Geographic Information System (GIS) records
- Sample maps database - manual and Access file
- Video: Teaching with Maps
- Archives and Manuscripts: Maps and Architectural Drawings, by Ralph E. Ehrenberg, (1982)
- Architectural Records: Managing Design and Construction Records, by Waverly B. Lowell and Tawny Ryan Nelb (2006)
- Digitizing Your Historical Photographs
- Electronic Document Imaging
- Managing Your Historical Photographs
- Preservation of Historical Records
To register, check our schedule first. To request that we offer this workshop at another time, please contact the training unit at ARCHTRAIN@mail.nysed.gov.