e-Records 2020: Registration Now Open!

Registration for the 2020 e-Records Conference is now open to state agencies and local governments. Visit the conference website for more details about this virtual e-Records experience and to read about the exciting presentations we’ve selected this year. Visit the conference website to register now. We know budgets are tight. This year’s conference will be…

e-Records 2020 Announcement

This year we’re going virtual! Normally by now we’ve announced the date of the annual e-Records conference and started posting presentation details. But 2020 has been anything but a normal year. Due to ongoing public health concerns, the Texas State Library and Archives Commission and the Texas Department of Information Resources have decided to move…

RIM Month Fun: Memes

SLRM likes to make a fun post every April to celebrate RIM month. In the past, we’ve done Emoji Retention and RIM Mad Libs. It’s been a difficult RIM Month 2020 – with event cancellations, folks working from home, and everyone figuring out new workflows to serve Texans. We could all use a mirthful chuckle…

FAQ: How does web archiving fit into records management?

Web archiving involves using software to take periodic snapshots to preserve as much data as you need about your organization’s website, including any associated metadata. These snapshots will allow you to track and to document even the slightest changes made to the website. The benefits are that this practice shows your records management program: is…

e-Records 2019: Slay the Public Records Request Dragons

How can your organization improve the way in handles public records requests to avoid lawsuits? How well do you keep up to date with legislative changes that affect your organization’s records management and public records request program? One of several information sessions that were given during the e-Records 2019 Conference on November 15, 2019 was…