About the Webinar
Do you have a basic understanding of electronic records, but need an extra push to begin addressing the issue?
This course is focused on systems that any archives must put in place to ensure it can manage electronic records, and it will cover how to prepare for and address a still uncertain future concerning the management of electronic records.
Upon completion of this course you'll be able to:
- Identify considerations for appraisal of electronic records,
- Choose preservation file formats; and,
- Implement systems and some practices for managing electronic records.
Space is limited to 15 participants, so register quickly!
CAA members: $15
Non-members: $20 (You can easily become a member of CAA first to get the member rate. Join CAA through the "Join Us" section of our website.)
CAA members: $20
DAS Certification: For those webinar participants who wish to pursue DAS certification and take the online exam after the webinar, SAA will charge a separate exam fee of $35.
The Special Collections Research Center is located on the first floor of Regenstein Library: 1100 East 57th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. When you arrive, please tell the entrance attendant that you are with the Chicago Area Archivists and will be attending a webinar in the Special Collections Research Center. You may be asked to present a valid driver's license or other current identification with a photograph.
As you enter the library through the turnstiles, turn left. The front entrance to the Special Collections Research Center is just past the gallery on your left (JRL 130).
Parking Information: The closest parking garage to the library is located at Ellis Avenue and 55th Street.
Travel by Public Transit: We recommend the #6 Jackson Park Express bus from downtown. Get off the bus at E. 57th Street and S. Stony Island. The library will be a 13 minute walk straight down 57th Street from the bus stop. The next best option is the Metra Electric District Line. Please note that the CTA red line reconstruction does affect the Garfield station. If you prefer to take a CTA train to Hyde Park, the green line Cottage Grove station remains open.