Titel (eng): GUIDING A CAMPUS THROUGH THE TRANSITION TO A PAPERLESS RECORDS SYSTEM: Poster - iPres 2010 - Vienna

Autor: Briston, Heather
Estlund, Karen

Beschreibung (eng): The “paperless office” concept has been around for
decades, and many have cited that the electronic office
has instead increased the amount of paper produced.
Case studies have shown that a successful “paperless”
system requires motivation, ease of use, and cost savings
[5]. Paper will co-exist with electronic records for the
foreseeable future; however, what happens when the
official record of an institution becomes “paperless”?
This short paper presents a case study describing the
efforts in the University of Oregon Office of the
President to move to a fully electronic records system,
the trickle-down effect to campus units, and the work of
the Libraries to preserve the institutional record. The
Libraries created a model to solve the immediate needs
of the Office of the President addressing issues of
workflow and preservation before an ideal system and
staffing could be realized. A hands-on approach was
employed, focusing on day-to-day work and ease of use
for office contacts, and standards and migration plans for
archival files using PLATTER [1]. By doing this, a
foundation was created for an electronic records system
that can be adapted across campus for administrative
offices, faculty scholarship, cultural museums, science
labs, and student coursework.

Sprache des Objekts: Englisch

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Klassifikation: iPRES, Vienna

Conferences, Conference 2010

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