Archives and Records Management Seminar
Join us October 20-21st for our Annual Seminar! Register via Zoom is after each session. Register for one or for all!
Wednesday October 20, 10:00 – 12:00
ARM Seminar: Teams, OneDrive, SharePoint, Oh My! Records Management and Microsoft 365
The Commonwealth and local governments are implementing many features of M365. Agencies are moving away from network file shares to use SharePoint. Teams promises increased functionality, with chat, collaboration tools, and a phone system. One Drive allows sharing of work documents with others. What are the records management implications? Where should records be stored? How should they be maintained for retention and disposition? Our speakers will lay out some of the challenges and concerns with managing records in this new environment.
- Elizabeth Adkins, Director of Information Governance, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
- Meaghan Fukunaga, Deputy Director, Records Management, Indiana Archives and Records Administration
- Phillip Walters, Chief Information Officer, County of Adams
Register Here: https://bit.ly/3E3fPht
Wednesday, October 20, 1:30 – 3:00
ARM Seminar: Looking in the Mirror: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility at Historical Records Repositories
Join us for a discussion on diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in cultural heritage organizations. Speakers will be sharing their own experiences and will also answer audience questions.
- Dominique Luster, Principle Archivist, The Luster Company
- Jane Nutter, President, Gettysburg Black History Museum
- Andrew Dalton, Executive Director, Adams County Historical Society
- Cara Curtis, Archives and Library Director, Cumberland County History Society
Register Here: https://bit.ly/3nhKNfT
Thursday, October 21, 10:00 – 12:00
Archives Without Tears Key Concepts Series Panel Q&A
The Archives Without Tears Key Concepts Series distilled the two-day Archives Without Tears workshops into brief online modules that are freely available on PHMC's YouTube channel. A panel of archivists will be on hand to answer your questions about practical solutions for how to collect, preserve, and assist researchers with the archival treasures in your care.
Please be sure to watch the videos prior to this panel session and bring your questions! https://bit.ly/3lqkCkX
Register Here: https://bit.ly/3zUh3JA
The Archives and Records Management Seminar is an initiative of the Pennsylvania State Archives made possible in part through a National Historical Publications and Records Commission State Board Programming Grant.
Pennsylvania State Archives Poster Collections Available Online
The Pennsylvania State Archives, in collaboration with the State Library of Pennsylvania, digitized World War I posters from
Manuscript Group 200 Poster Collection (MG 200) and
Manuscript Group 272 Pennsylvania Military Museum Collections (MG 272). The
World War I poster collection is available online and consists of 462 illustrated posters. The posters helped to fan the fires of patriotism throughout the United States during the Great War, and to arouse the American fighting spirit and the will to sacrifice on the home front. An additional
386 digital images from our general poster collection have also been created which include items from 1854 to the present.