Updates to UTAS Functional Disposal Schedule (DA 2398)Published on: 07 Jan 2014
The State Archivist has issued an updated version of the University's functional disposal schedule, DA 2398. Staff responsible for destroying University records should download the new version and familiarise themselves with the changes (refer to the document development history).
New State Recordkeeping Advice on Managing Records of ProjectsPublished on: 11 Dec 2013
The Tasmanian Archive & Heritage Office has released State Recordkeeping Advice 31: Managing Records of Projects. It provides advice on how to classify and manage the records generated by project management processes.
November 2013 workshopsPublished on: 26 Sep 2013
The Records Management Unit is running a round of free workshops in November for UTAS staff members interested in learning more about how to manage and dispose of their records appropriately.
New State Recordkeeping Advices on information security and shared drivesPublished on: 08 Aug 2013
The Tasmanian Archive & Heritage Office has released several new State Recordkeeping Advices this week, one discussing information security and two discussing the management of records in shared drives.
TRIM eLearning tutorials now availablePublished on: 31 Jul 2013
The Records Management Unit is pleased to announce the release of our new eLearning tutorials for TRIM users (UTAS staff only). The "Managing Records with TRIM" course is now available on MyLO and includes seven tutorials demonstrating how to perform various tasks in TRIM.
Updates to TAHO Advice on SharePointPublished on: 31 Jul 2013
The Tasmanian Archive & Heritage Office has released an updated version of State Recordkeeping Advice 22: Records Management using SharePoint - Considerations.
New State Records Advice released for treating records with mouldPublished on: 10 Jul 2013
The Tasmanian Archive & Heritage Office has released a new State Recordkeeping Advice on treating records with mould.
Cradle Coast Campus workshop cancelledPublished on: 21 Jun 2013
Unfortunately, we have had to cancel the recordkeeping workshop planned for the Cradle Coast Campus on the 4th of July due to insufficient registrations