“Just the Basics for Townships” Webinar: October 22

The Ohio Historical Society—Local Government Records Program, which is a unit of the State Archives, is presenting a new “Just the Basics for Townships” webinar on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 2:00 pm.  The cost is $20.00 per registration.

“Just the Basics for Townships” will introduce records-keepers to the most up-to-date records management best practices in Ohio, including the procedures for creating and filing records retention schedules and certificates of disposal with the OHS-LGRP.

Key concepts will include:

  • Pertinent Definitions and Ohio Revised Code
  • Township Records Commissions
  • Inventory Preparation
  • Determining Retention Periods
  • Township-Specific Issues
  • The RC Forms (RC-1, RC-2, and RC-3)
  • Procedural Changes
  • Storage/Environmental Considerations

After registration you will be sent information on how to access the webinar.  The instructions also include a quick and automatic test that ensures you can access the webinar from your computer.  It only takes a minute or town and has instructions for trouble-shooting.  The test is required in order to access the webinar.  Please contact Elizabeth Schultz if you do not receive login instructions within a week of registering.

You can register for this webinar online at the Ohio History Store by clicking on “Workshops,” then “State Archives Workshops,” and finally on “Just the Basics Webinar.”  The Ohio History Store only accepts credit card payments.  You can also return the bottom of the attached flyer to me (via email, fax, or postal mail) with a check or indicate that you would like to be invoiced.

Important Information:
Date: Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Time: 2:00—3:00 pm
Cost: $20.00

Please register by Friday, October 18, 2013

Please contact Elizabeth Schultz at eschultz@ohiohistory.org or (614) 297-2572 if you have any questions.  Faxes should be sent to (614) 297-2546 Attn: Elizabeth Schultz.

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