Records and Information Management Event
Thursday, April 25, 2013
In recognition of Records and Information Management Month, the Utah State Archives will host a series of presentations on Thursday, April 25th focusing on practical tools and tips for records preservation and management. The sessions will be presented by local professionals and State Archives’ employees. The schedule will be as follows:
9:00 – 9:50 a.m.
“Tactics vs. Strategy: From Records & Information Management to Information Governance” by David M. Fleming, CRM, VP & Corporate Records Manager for Zions Bancorporation
“Identifying Essential Records” by Jerrianne Kolby, Special Projects Program
Manager for Utah Department of Public Safety. Division of Emergency Management
“Silverman’s Nine Circles of Disaster Mitigation” by Randy Silverman, Preservation Librarian for University of Utah Marriott Library
“Holes in History” by Lorianne Ouderkirk, Records Analyst for State Archives
“Format Preservation” by State Archives
“Developing a R.E.A.P Plan” by Rebekkah Shaw and Lorianne Ouderkirk, Records Analysts for State Archives
The event is free and open to all government employees and the public. Registration is required and available at the following link: http://archives.state.ut.us/cgi-bin/traininglist.cgi. Those wishing to attend may register for the entire event or selected sessions. Lunch will be served during the Noon presentation, registration for this session is considered an RSVP.