Sign Up for FreeDoc’s Records Rehab Mini Series!
WSIPC’s purchasing partner FreeDoc is offering FREE webinars about how to manage electronic public records while schools are closed.
Sign up for FreeDoc’s Records Rehab Mini Series
Four sessions on electronic records and how to prepare, rehab, and look at a "new normal" for records management as the world around us evolves.
Sessions will be held weekly starting Wednesday, May 13th at 11:00 AM (PDT)
With any kind of disaster or event (and COVID-19 can certainly qualify), there is an opportunity for change, growth, and rehabilitation. While technology has played an increased role in enabling people to work from home, it also presents yet another set of challenges in managing public records.
Session Descriptions and Registration Links:
- Session 1 - ERM 1.0 - What You Should Know - This session will cover the basic legal requirements for electronic public records and common terminology and language to help you manage digital information.
- Session 2 - Assessing the Situation - Were you prepared for your staff to be able to work remotely? Was there a plan in place to deal with having no access or scrambling to enlarge capability?
- Session 3 - The Right Stuff - Choosing the Right System - There are thousands of software applications out there, and new ones pop up all the time!
- Session 4 - Cleansing the Soul - Cleaning Up and Preparing for an ECM - Many have taken the opportunity during quarantine to clean closets and drawers and apply fresh paint, so why not take the opportunity to do some electronic records clean up as well?
Along with ECM software systems, FreeDoc delivers:
- A Four Point plan to achieve agency-wide compliance.
- Public Records Management.
- Technology awareness for reporting public records requests.
- Laserfiche ECM solutions (DES & WSIPC contracts).
- Scanning, tossing, and going digital.
About WSIPC’s Purchasing Program
WSIPC’s Purchasing Program connects K-12 public and private schools and public agencies to a network of technology partners, leveraging the power of the WSIPC Cooperative to provide competitively bid goods and services at a reasonable cost.
Each vendor who becomes a part of the WSIPC Purchasing Program has been awarded a bid contract through an official RFP process in compliance with Washington State Procurement RCWs. For a full list of available product and service contracts, check out the Purchasing page on our website.
WSIPC is a non-profit public agency that provides technology solutions (including Qmlativ), services, and support to K-12 schools. WSIPC’s purpose is to help schools do more with every dollar and to empower them with the tools to work smarter. To learn how your district can become part of the WSIPC Cooperative, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425.349.6600.
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