What is a record of the university? (audio episode 01, graphic)

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"Episode 01: What is a record of the university?" by Simon Fraser University Archives and Records Management Department (2015). Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0).

Date created: 
2015-10-01
Keywords: 
records management
university records
RM
training object
learning object
OER
open educational resource
Abstract: 

The purpose of this podcast is to answer frequently asked questions from records creators around the university about records management.

 

This is episode one: What is a record of the university?

 

In this episode we look at a simple test that can tell you if you are dealing with university records.

 

Description: 

Records of the university have specific characteristics that other documents do not have. This tool describes four criteria to use to determine if you are working with records of the university.

 

This training resource includes three related files: an audio file (5 min 45), a written script of the audio, and a visual graphic.

Language: 
English
Document type: 
Audio
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Learning object
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Archival sound reference: Simon Fraser University Archives. Dennis Roberts fonds, F-160-2-0-0-0-21. Convocation and student publicity blurb. 24 May 1969. Music rights are different from recording rights, but the music being performed by the pipe band during convocation is in the public domain.
Citation: 
Archives and Records Management Department. (2015). "Episode 01: What is a university record?". Simon Fraser University. Licensed under Creative Commons under Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic (CC-BY-NC 2.0).
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