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Friday, August 5 • 9:30am - 10:45am
307 - Educating and Engaging Records Creators

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For records creators tasked with managing and transferring their organization's records, tackling overflowing file cabinets and hard drives, navigating records policies, and following transfer procedures can be an overwhelming challenge. For archivists, encouraging effort and engagement on the part of records creators can result in better-described accessions requiring less appraisal. The speakers share their experiences developing records management training programs and supporting records creators at two large public universities, a small liberal arts college, and in state government.

Coggins: Connecting and Collaborating with University Records Creators
Walton: Is Everyone on the Same Page? Implementing a Campus-Wide Retention Schedule at a Small Liberal Arts College
Hills: Fact v. Fiction: Correcting Misconceptions about Electronic Records in a Government Setting
Short: Can Working Collaboratively Encourage Good Records Management Practices Across a Large, Diverse, and Geographically Dispersed Organization?

Speakers
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Jessica Hills

Electronic Records Analyst, South Carolina Department of Archives and History
Jessica Hills is the Electronic Records Analyst for the South Carolina Department of Archives and History. She received a BA in history from Presbyterian College and an MA in history with an Advanced Certificate in Archival Science from Auburn University. She has interned at the Thomason Library at Presbyterian College and at the South Carolina Political Collections at the University of South Carolina.
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Rebecca Short

Assistant Records Manager, University of Westminster
Rebecca Short is the Assistant Records Manager at the University of Westminster in London, in the UK. She received her BA in History at the University of York, and her MA in Archives and Records Management at University College London. She has previously worked for the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) and Historic Royal Palaces.
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Rachel Walton

Digital Archivist and Records Management Coordinator, Assistant Professor, Rollins College
Rachel is the Digital Archivist and Records Management Coordinator at Rollins College. She received her Masters in Library Science at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with a specialization in digital curation. Rachel also earned both a bachelor's and master's in History at the University of Florida and has a background in teaching. Her professional research interests include web archiving, digital forensics, and website usability.



Friday August 5, 2016 9:30am - 10:45am
Room 204/205 Hilton Atlanta, 255 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30303

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