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The New York State Archives offers archives and records management training statewide. If your preferred workshop is not available, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request it. See our workshop catalog for a complete list of titles.
All State Archives workshops are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
|Date||Workshop Title||Time||Workshop Type||Region||Description||Presenter||Workshop Topic||Register|
|Wednesday, December 13, 2023||Digital Imaging||10:00 AM - 11:00 AM||Webinar||Statewide||
Imaging, Scanning or Digitizing: Whatever you call it, how you can make your paper records accessible electronically.
Scanning paper records and making them available to the public via a content management system will increase access and allow sharing of important information. This webinar will introduce the basic principles of digital imaging.
This webinar focuses on:
|Monica Hauck-Whealton, Vincent Commisso||Imaging||Register|
|Wednesday, November 8, 2023||Managing Social Media Records||10:00 AM - 11:00 AM||Webinar||Statewide||
Many state and local government entities in New York State engage the public through social media, but few of those properly manage the records created on social media platforms. This webinar will demonstrate how social media content can be a government record and provide guidance on using social media effectively. A major focus of the webinar will be how to capture and preserve social media records to ensure the retention of the records for the full extent of their retention periods.
|Michael Martin, Sarah Durling||Electronic Records||Register|
|Wednesday, October 18, 2023||Ask Us Anything About Electronic Storage||10:00 AM - 11:00 AM||Webinar||Statewide||
October is National Archives Month and the State Archives is marking the occasion by holding a forum where state agencies and local governments can ask their most pressing questions about electronic records storage. Our focus for this session will best practices in selecting and managing electronic records storage.
Panelists for this event will consist of New York State Archives staff in Local Government Advisory Services & Scheduling and State Agency Services.
Come prepared with your questions or just join us to hear what others want to know and learn more about this topic.
If you’d like, you can send in your question early to email@example.com (link sends e-mail) with the subject line “Ask Us Anything” and we’ll answer them during the webinar.
|David Lowry, Jennifer O'Neill, Sarah Durling||Electronic Records||Register|