We support the good governance of information and records at Deakin University – specifically how information is identified, created, stored, disseminated and disposed.
Our 80/20 project raises awareness of good information management practices and builds self-service capacity. The project will move Deakin to a higher degree of compliance, reducing risks and improving university efficiency.
Current staff: Learn more about our 80/20 project
Records are our corporate memory – providing evidence of actions and decisions, and representing a vital asset to our daily operations. The team offers records management expertise and advice to support effective and compliant management of university records. This enables our research, learning and teaching, engagement and administration.
Current staff: Find out more about records management including information about transfer, disposal, and management of temporary information.
Deakin University Archives collects and maintains records of Deakin and its predecessor institutions, which have been appraised as having permanent value as evidence of university business and activities, or are determined to have a specific research or teaching value in an area of particular importance or relevance. Our archival collections are held at the Burwood and Waterfront campuses.
For more information about our holding, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Coming soon: Deakin University Archives will soon have a website, making the collection searchable.
Trim RM is our information management system. The Trim Support team provides three main services:
- maintaining and supporting the university EDRMs
- providing training and assistance for Trim RM
- building smart process and integrations to make record-keeping easy.
Current staff: Find out more about Trim RM including access, help sheets and training.
For more information about records management, archives or Trim RM, please contact the Information and Records Services team.
+61 3 5227 8566