Posts Tagged ‘digitisation’

65. An overview of State Archives and Records Authority’s emergency digitisation of at risk archives project January 11, 2017 No Comments

Presented: 29 November 2016 In this presentation, Anna Gray provided an overview of the Emergency Digitisation of at Risk Archives’ (EmDARA) project, including the project’s digitisation workflow and some of the project issues encountered. Accompanying presentation: EmDARA (PPT, 3MB)

Digital recordkeeping Q&A – GIS data, invoices in Finance systems, Outlook calendars, MFDs, social media and more October 8, 2013 No Comments

Sorry it has been so long since our last Q&A post but we have honestly been super busy answering enquiries! People within the NSW public sector have been asking questions about lots of fascinating issues, relating to changing business frameworks and how recordkeeping should be used as a support to these. Here are some of the […]

Digital recordkeeping Q&A at State Records NSW in March and April 2013 May 2, 2013 2 Comments

As usual, Government Recordkeeping staff have been asked lots of interesting questions about digital information management and recordkeeping issues in March and April. Here is a sample of some of these questions and our responses.

Metadata, social media and business systems – lots of interesting questions as usual at State Records NSW in January and February 2013 March 7, 2013 No Comments

Here are some of the interesting questions we were asked in January and February about a whole host of digital recordkeeping issues. If you have any feedback for us on our advice, please don’t hesitate to let us know. How can I apply metadata to social media records? We used the government’s online recruitment tool Taleo […]

Key digital recordkeeping enquiries July 2012 August 2, 2012 No Comments

This post is part of a new series where we report on some key digital recordkeeping enquiries received each month and the responses given. We hope that this information can assist others in managing their digital recordkeeping challenges. If you have feedback on the advice we have given or if you have additional suggestions, we would love to […]

Key digital recordkeeping enquiries June 2012 July 3, 2012 1 Comment

In May 2012 we posted a summary of what key digital recordkeeping enquiries we had received from NSW agencies in the month and what responses we gave. We thought that perhaps it might be helpful to others pondering the same issues. A number of people viewed this post, so we have decided to do a similar […]

Final version of Managing digitisation programs and projects is now available June 26, 2012 No Comments

As those of you who regularly follow our Future Proof blog will know, we released an Exposure Draft of guidance called Managing digitisation programs and projects on our website in February 2012. We did not receive many comments on this guidance, but the comments we did receive were excellent. So thank you to those who took the time […]

NSW Police achieve efficiency and process improvement through innovative recordkeeping May 3, 2012 No Comments

Kate and I visited the Process and Records Services team at NSW Police headquarters recently. We were very impressed with a number of initiatives the team are undertaking and how they are reaching out to IT and the business. The main goals driving their projects include the desire to streamline business processes, reduce inefficiencies and […]

Invitation to comment on our digitisation guidance April 11, 2012 No Comments

We receive many enquiries from NSW public offices about digitisation of records. People often search our website for information on this issue and our blog posts on digitisation are consistently popular. As a result, we have put together some draft guidance on both business process digitisation programs and back-capture digitisation projects. The Exposure Draft of this guidance, Managing digitisation […]

More digitisation case studies now available… March 13, 2012 No Comments

In February State Records released an Exposure Draft of its Managing digitisation programs and projects guidance. Two new case studies have now been added to this guidance.