NAGARA Webinar Series

The NAGARA Webinar Series, a membership benefit introduced in November 2016, provides members of NAGARA free access to professional development opportunities from the comfort of their own home or office on a near-monthly basis. Below is a list of all webinars currently open for registration. Registration is FREE for members, and $19.00 for non-members.

If you are interested in submitting a topic or proposal to present as part of the NAGARA Webinar Series, please click here to fill out a brief proposal form. A representative from NAGARA will be in touch with you to discuss your proposal.

Members of NAGARA may also visit the NAGARA Webinar Archive to enjoy past webinars from the comfort of their own home or office at any time.

Upcoming NAGARA Webinars

 
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This webinar will provide concrete examples of how the Licking County Records Center & Archives has successfully (and sometimes less successfully) advocated for its facility by connecting with constituents: large and small, internal and external.

When: April 4, 2019
Records Management and Information Governance Professionals will become familiar with the application of the technology in recordkeeping contexts within various industry settings and understand how implementation of this technology will impact their programs and practices.

When: April 9, 2019
This portion of the session will detail the process of archival review and appraisal of records created by a government entity and those donated by the public. Local government records on short legal retention could have the potential to frame permanent records in the context of their creation and thus merit preservation. Building a historical narrative can also be achieved by soliciting materials from the public, broadening the viewpoint of municipal events or... Details
Every election cycle brings changes to local, state, and federal governments. This webinar features information professionals from a variety of governmental organizations who will discuss lessons learned during the transition of administrations.

When: June 6, 2019
Cultural resources are found in government offices, archives, museums, libraries, historical societies, and other collecting institutions. When disaster strikes a community, recovery of these very institutions is crucial for continuity of government and for maintaining the community’s identity, resilience, and economic vitality.

When: September 5, 2019