Records Office System System

Records Office System

System overview

The Records Office system allows staff members to request archive storage for a wide range of physical items. The system allows a record to be created for the items to be stored and the appropriate storage requested. These records can then be searched and a request can be made for the retrieval from storage.

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Live system
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Basic Details

Organisational overview
  • Developed in-house by ISD
Registration requirements
- Authorisation requested via Robert Winckworth in the Records Office.
System requirements
- This application requires the java plug-in. More information on Java versions and installation .

System features

  • » Send items to be archived
    Generate a request for a box/file for you archive material. This will be sent out and collected by the Records Office who will then store the archive.
  • » Retrieve a box/file from archive
    Once a file has been created and stored by the Records Office via this system it can be retrieved using the request form. Requests can be collected from Records Office or delivered to the department.
  • » Download student records for archiving
    Departments who have student records that need to be archived can use this function to download their student information from Portico and assign these to a archive box for storage.
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