What is Records Management University?

Welcome to Records Management University, the world’s best and only entirely free course dedicated to serving Records Management professionals. 

With many looking to keep their skills sharpened in this brave new world of Records Management, our digital course is the perfect opportunity to keep up with the changes in the work environment.  RMU gives a global view of the benefits and challenges of being a Records Manager and covers many of the less-discussed areas and ideas in RM theory.

 RMU is led by the Dean of Records Management Mitch Farbstein, the Dean of Admissions Scott Dore, and our latest addition and Director of Student Affairs Michael Edwards. 

Picked by AIIM International as one of the Top 5 Best Records Management Resources, and with over 7,000 RM and IG professionals already signed up, RMU is an ever-expanding and well-regarded resource.  Classes start September 15th.

 

Making RM Education Fun

The Head Dean of RMU, Mitch Farbstein, started his career with a desire to teach others.  In college, Mitch received his undergraduate degree in Science Education, and went on to receive his Graduate Degree in Educational Administration. 

His theory of education is strongly based on two big ideas:  education needs to be fun, and students need theoretical frameworks with which to apply ideas. 

His personal approach to education has made RMU a truly unique experience. It’s one of the first things people notice about RMU — the classes are just different!  There’s laughter, interesting ideas, and fun conversation.

Free   |   Live or On-Demand   |  5 CRM Credits

Over 7,000 RM, IT & IG professionals have already joined us!

A Different Kind of Class

RMU began 6 years ago, and the format hasn’t changed.  Each semester includes 5 or 6 classes that cover all aspects of Records Management, and each semester has a big theme to connect the ideas together. 

The first semester’s theme was Jeeps. (Yes, Jeeps! We told you it is an unusual series.)  Jeeps are unique among vehicles because they are truly modular.  You can modify them to fit your unique needs and personality, mirroring a common theme in Mitch’s RM theory: that there’s no such thing as a one-sized-fits-all approach to RM.

Since then he’s used themes from Famous Explorers to the World’s Most Famous Documents to lay the framework for his discussions around RM theory, technique, and technology.

Viewers find that Mitch’s unusual style of teaching makes the viewer genuinely want to keep watching.  To quote the Dean himself, “Finally something in Records Management that isn’t dry!”  For Mitch, it’s all about building relationships between the subjects that they are teaching and topics that keep the students interested.

This Semester of RMU

This Fall 2020 semester is no exception.  Encouraged to adapt to meet the changes in our global work environment, Deans Mitch and Michael are focusing on the evolving technologies that impact society and information management.

The topics and conversations will cover everything from the changed landscape of Records Management, to your role in it.  RMU will spend these next 5 classes showing the viewer how to champion a socially distanced world of Records Management. You can tune in on September 15th at 2:00 PM.

Classes start soon, register today!

Every RMU session is pre-approved for 1 CRM Credit from the Institute of Certified Records Managers and can claim up to 5 CRM credits per semester.  CUEs can also be applied to ARMA IGPs and AIIM CIPs.

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Shannon Heim

Shannon Heim

Helping others is what Shannon loves most, making her a great fit for outreach at Records Management University. She is in charge of credits and certificates as well as the RMU email account. When Shannon isn’t talking with students, she edits the on-demand classes to make them as high quality as possible.

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  1. Shannon, I really enjoy your articles. Your personality comes through and it is part of what makes your articles worthy of the read. I look forward to reading more in the future.

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