Speaking to Students at Lebanon Valley College

Monday, I visited Lebanon Valley College to speak to Jaime Fettrow-Alderfer’s journalism class about Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law.

It was a great session, and I very much appreciate the invitation.

Here’s the PowerPoint presentation I used:

Lebanon Valley College – Jaime Fettrow-Alderfer – Feb. 11, 2019 (PDF)
Lebanon Valley College – Jaime Fettrow-Alderfer – Feb. 11, 2019 (PPTX)

If you’re a professor in Pennsylvania and you’d like me to speak to your class, let me know and I’ll do my best to make it happen.

Speaking at the Forest County Courthouse

Yesterday, I visited beautiful Tionesta in Forest County to speak to county department heads and employees about Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law.

It was a great session, and I very much appreciate the invitation.

Here’s the PowerPoint presentation I used:

Forest County – Jan. 16, 2019 (PPTX)
Forest County – Jan. 16, 2019 (PDF)

If you’d like to request training from the Office of Open Records, here’s how to do it.

Speaking to Rotary Club of Harrisburg

Earlier today, I spoke to the Rotary Club of Harrisburg about Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law. The Rotary Club also streamed the discussion on Facebook Live.

It was a great event and I very much appreciate the invitation.

Here’s the PowerPoint presentation I used:

Rotary Club of Harrisburg – Dec. 17, 2018 – PDF
Rotary Club of Harrisburg – Dec. 17, 2018 – PPTX

The OOR regularly provides training on Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law and Sunshine Act. Our training calendar is available here, and we always welcome requests to provide training.

RTKL Training at Greenlee Partners

Last week, I visited Greenlee Partners in Harrisburg to discuss Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law and provide some training on the RTKL.

It was a great event and I very much appreciate the invitation.

Here’s the PowerPoint presentation I used:

Greenlee Partners – Dec. 13, 2018 – PDF
Greenlee Partners – Dec. 13, 2018 – PPTX

The OOR regularly provides training on Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law and Sunshine Act. Our training calendar is available here, and we always welcome requests to provide training.

Presentation for 12/5 Requester Training

Yesterday, the Office of Open Records hosted a training session designed for requesters at our office in Harrisburg.

Topics covered include how to write a good RTKL request, accessing information in databases, significant deadlines in the RTKL, how to appeal a RTKL denial, and more.

Here’s the PowerPoint presentation I used for this session:

Requester Training – Dec. 5, 2018 – PDF
Requester Training – Dec. 5, 2018 – PPTX

The OOR regularly provides training on Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law and Sunshine Act. Our training calendar is available here, and we always welcome requests to provide training.

Our next scheduled training for requesters will take place on March 11, 2019.

Speaking to Journalism Students at Gannon University

Yesterday, I visited Gannon University in Erie to speak to one of Prof. Frank Garland’s journalism classes about Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law.

It was a great session, and I very much appreciate the invitation.

Here’s the PowerPoint presentation I used:

Gannon University – Prof. Francis P. Garland – Nov. 20, 2018 (PPTX)
Gannon University – Prof. Francis P. Garland – Nov. 20, 2018 (PDF)

If you’re a professor in Pennsylvania and you’d like me to speak to your class, let me know and I’ll do my best to make it happen.

Speaking at the Mercer County Courthouse

On Monday, I visited beautiful Mercer County to speak to county department heads and employees about Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law.

It was a great session, and I very much appreciate the invitation. (The Mercer County Courthouse, built more than 100 years ago, is a wonderful building that’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places.)

Here’s the PowerPoint presentation I used:

Mercer County – Nov. 19, 2018 (PPTX)
Mercer County – Nov. 19, 2018 (PDF)

If you’d like to request training from the Office of Open Records, here’s how to do it.