e-Records Conference 2017 – Register Now!

@TSLAC @TexasDIR Registration is now open for the 2017 e-Records Conference. Be sure to visit the conference website to REGISTER and to read more about the exciting lineup and exhibitors. We know budgets are tight. So, we have lowered the price! Get a full day of training and networking for only $50. Seating is limited…

e-Records Conference 2017: Call for Presentations

This event promotes improved electronic records management in Texas government by bringing together staff responsible for and interested in records management and information technology. Texas technology managers and records managers are working together in new and exciting ways.  From governance initiatives to cloud, here is an opportunity to share your best practices, challenges and lessons…

Local Government Records Management Training – Register Today!

**UPDATE: We have reached capacity and are no longer accepting registrations for August classes. Please email us at rm_trng@tsl.texas.gov to be added to a wait list in the event of any cancellations.   Summer local government classes will be held August 15-16, 2017. Each class is $15. Class size is limited to 20 people so…

e-Records Conference 2017: Save the date!

e-Records Conference – Austin, TX Friday, November 17, 2017 The Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) and the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) are pleased to announce plans for this year’s e-Records Conference. The two agencies have co-sponsored the conference since 2000. The event promotes improved electronic records management in Texas government by…

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On the Road: We Went to Wichita…Falls

In our latest records management adventures, Bonnie and Erica traveled all the way north – almost to Oklahoma – to teach a workshop in Wichita Falls. We covered some of the basics like inventory and emergency preparedness, as well as more in depth discussions about managing email. We enjoyed the local lunch cafes downtown and…

On the Road: Amarillo By Morning

One aspect of our jobs that we’d like to share more often in our blog is our on-the-road regional training to various parts of the state. Sometimes we are invited to speak among other guests at conferences or government association meetings. But sometimes we are invited to do an entire full-day workshop in city far…