Online Training for State and Local Employees
IARA now offers six online tutorials! They're all available here on our website, and the five courses applicable to State Government employees can also be taken for credit through the State Employee Learning Center in SuccessFactors.
State Government Employee Courses:
- Records Management Basics (ELRN SOI_IARA_000001): How and why we manage public records in state government, and how the Archives and Records Administration can help.
- Reading and Interpreting Records Retention Schedules (ELRN SOI_IARA_000002): What a Retention Schedule is, what it looks like, and how to apply it.
- Creating and Updating Records Retention Schedules (ELRN SOI_IARA_000003): A guide to the process of working with IARA to make sure your agency Retention Schedule is current and accurate, and how to update it when that's not the case.
- Tips for E-Mail Management (ELRN SOI_IARA_000006): Useful for any State or County/Local Employee!
- Forms Management (ELRN SOI_IARA_000005): For State Employees who need to create or update State Forms for their agency.
County/Local Government Employee Courses:
- Records Management for Indiana County and Local Government (IARA website only): How and why we manage public records in local government, and how the Archives and Records Administration can help.
- Tips for E-Mail Management (IARA website version): Useful for any State or County/Local Employee!
Join the Indiana Archives Virtual Volunteer Program!
Looking for something to do from home? Join our FromThePage project and become a Virtual Volunteer! We have started a new project to transcribe the Jeffersonville Land Office Receipt Books.
Sales of public land by the United States Government in Indiana began in 1801, and sales at the Jeffersonville Land Office began in 1808. This receipt book from the Jeffersonville Land Office gives the name and residence of the purchaser, the dates of the purchase, the legal description of the tract purchased, the amount of land, the receipt number, and the price. Some of Indiana's "founding fathers" can be found in these books, including Enoch McCarty, George Rapp, and John DePauw.
You can help create an index these records from home - all you need is an Internet connection.
To help, visit our Jeffersonville Land Office Receipt Books project on FromThePage.com and click Start Transcribing. You will be prompted to sign up for a free account.
For some transcription tips, check the Help tab on the page for any individual Work, and please send an email to email@example.com if you have any questions.
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