Do you have an idea?

Do you have your own brilliant ideas? Have you created a policy, procedure, or tool that makes records management work for your department? Let us know and we will share it on our Idea Board!

Quick Reference Cards

Whether you just started at the University or have been here for years, managing records is a fact of life. And sometimes the only thing stopping you from getting rid of those records is knowing how long you're supposed to keep them.

Well, wonder no longer! Use our handy quick reference guides on commonly-used record series. 

Should it stay or should it go?

Click here to view a handy flow chart you can use to sort through your files, papers, e-mails, and shared drives.

HR Webinar

Records management can be a daunting task. The HR Records Management Group has found a way to make records management attainable and to establish a successful records management culture through all levels of the organization.  The Group has been working since 2008 to improve records management practices within HR and consists of 10 individuals with diverse backgrounds and job responsibilities.  During these five years, we’ve developed a formula that we will share with you in hopes that it will benefit you and your department. Watch the HR Webinar here:  30 minutes and worth it!

Infographic: Managing Nebula Computer Drives

Click here to view our infographic on managing your nebula drives, applying retention to your electronic records, and tips for naming and organizing your files. Be sure to download and print our poster version for your office!

Get Things Done in Email

Sean Kennedy in Finance & Adminstration came up with this handy flowchart to help organize his emails. Not only does it help with workflow, but has the added bonus of making email retention and deletion easier. Check it out and be inspired to make your own!

The UW General Schedule -- Customized!

Many departments find the General Records Retention Schedule to be overwhelming. A few departments have found a solution that works for them. They reviewed the General Schedule looking only for records that they create or receive—and they created a Records Retention Worksheet which is customized for their needs. It is important to check the UW General Schedule at least every 6 months to ensure that records retentions have not changed since the creation of your worksheet.

electronic records. much sustainability.

Click here to save and share our new electronic records management meme, featuring Dubs doing his best doge impression. wow!