Blogs

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Princeton University Records Management has a new look (and a new online address)! The new records management website replaces the records management guidelines website created in 2007. Those who visit the original website will be redirected to the new website, which includes new records management policies and retention schedules as well as... Read More

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

A week and a half ago, when everyone on the East coast was preparing for Hurricane Sandy, most of us were thinking about water, flashlights, sump pump backup power, and gasoline. How many people took the time to make sure that they had their vital personal records accounted for and safeguarded in the event that the storm did more than take down some branches in the backyard? Those of us who... Read More

Monday, January 9, 2012

I’ve put together this set of best practices for units that are considering (or are already actively) digitizing paper records and using the electronic version in place of the paper original. This is intended to help you make sure that you are scanning records at an acceptable level of quality for university purposes. Please address any questions to me (... Read More

Thursday, July 14, 2011

The July 2011 issue of the General Ledger Newsletter, a newsletter from the Office of Finance and Treasury, highlights the accounts payable records in Princeton’s current record retention guidelines. The intention of this statement is to clarify the office of record (i.e., who has ownership of and... Read More

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Welcome to Princeton University’s records management blog. My name is Anne Marie Phillips, and, as University Records Manager, my job at Princeton is to help you manage your records and information in ways that will make your... Read More