Most units use documents that are not University records to support their work. Because they are not records (i.e., evidence of University activities), these kinds of documents are not found in records disposition schedules. They can be disposed of entirely at the discretion of department staff. Examples include:
Blank forms or templates
•issued by the department for its own use (e.g., requests for vacation time that must be filled out by department staff and submitted for the manager's approval) or for use by others (e.g., Retirement Plan B Beneficiary Designation)
•issued by other departments or external entities (vendors, partners, etc.) and kept for convenience
•issued by suppliers (e.g., equipment, office supplies, workshops, publications)
Junk Mail and Spam
Magazines, Newletters, and Other Publications (non-University)
•issued by external entities (professional organizations, vendors, partners, etc.) and kept for current awareness or ongoing reference
•email, voice mail, phone message slips unrelated to conducting University activities (e.g., car pool arrangements, doctor’s appointments, etc.)
questions or comments? please contact email@example.com
Return Case or OhioLINK items to any Case library, yes. Case libraries have different hours, so your book might not get checked in on the day you return it if you use a bookdrop.
Return the CPL@Case-KSL books only to KSL, so the collection is here for you & others. Case libraries are not responsible for returning other local libraries’ books. Returning public library books here will not check them off of your account at those libraries.