The Records Management Unit (RMU) is located within Information Technology Services (ITS). The RMU is responsible for the application of sound records management practices across the University, including implementation of the Records Management Policy & Guidelines. Our mission is to help the University achieve its goals in developing and preserving teaching and learning and research of national and international significance by providing quality service and advice on best practice in records management.
Please direct any enquiries relating to student records, academic transcripts or graduation certificates to the Student Centre at email@example.com. Employers wishing to verify the qualifications of a University of Tasmania graduate can do so via the Graduate Verification Service.
The Tasmanian Archive & Heritage Office (TAHO) has published a new Digitisation Toolkit incorporating updated and expanded guidelines and advice about digitising records. Any University business areas contemplating digitising their paper records should familiarise themselves with the toolkit before proceeding.
The Tasmanian Archive & Heritage Office has released new advices on appraising records and Registers of Records Destroyed. All staff involved in the disposal of records are encouraged to familiarise themselves with the new Advices.
The Records Management Unit is running a round of free workshops in late June for staff members interested in learning more about how to manage and dispose of their records appropriately.
The Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office has released State Recordkeeping Advice 66: Classification Scheme Considerations. It has also released updated versions of Advice 6: Information Classification Tools and Advice 20: Managing Change in EDRMS implementation projects