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The URMAG recognizes that records and record keeping have undergone dramatic changes in recent years and many of our administrative, teaching, and research processes are now totally digitally based or soon will be. Personal computing, digital imaging, document duplication, and the growing use of information technology have expanded both the types of information resources and the volume of records that need to be managed. All of these factors combine to increase vulnerability and associated risks to the University in the management of its institutional information resources.
The URMAG have identified the following as major records and information management issues for the campus:
Strategic partnerships with information technology and other campus stakeholders will be needed to meet these challenges. The survivability of University archival records depends upon a collaborative infrastructure that supports electronic records management. By working together we can ensure the University’s valuable information resources are organized, protected, retained, and remain accessible over time.