This workshop, by the Harvard University Archives, will introduce methods for gaining control of email and managing it according to Harvard records policies as well as provide tips on how to organize your email.
Who should attend: All employees who want to effectively manage their email.
What you will learn
Methods of controlling email
The application of the General Records Schedule to email
Examples of types of emails with their appropriate retentions
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Introduction to accessibility – gain understanding about the meaning, history, and importance of digital accessibility...