RIM Building Blocks:
Identifying and Preserving Essential Records
Thursday, April 25, 2013
9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Registration is still open for the Archives’ records and information management event. The theme for the event is RIM Building Blocks: Identifying and Preserving Essential Records. The presentation schedule and speaker information is listed below. To register visit http://archives.state.ut.us/cgi-bin/traininglist.cgi. Seating for this event is limited but there are still a few spaces available.
Schedule and Speakers
9:00 a.m. “Tactics vs. Strategy: From Records & Information Management to Information Governance” by David M. Fleming, CRM, VP & Corporate Records Manager for Zions Bancorporation
10:00 a.m. “Identifying Essential Records” by Jerrianne Kolby, Special Projects Manager for Utah Department of Public Safety. Division of Emergency Management
Jerrianne Kolby has been in emergency management for over 30 years and has responded and participated in over 30 major disasters all over the country. She has served in East St Louis, Saipan, and worked with the Havasupai Tribe in the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
11:00 a.m. “Format Preservation” by Alan Barnett, Utah State Archives
Alan Barnett has worked at the Utah State Archives for the past 10 years. He has worked in various capacities, including records analyst, processor, and he is currently the reference manager. Alan is also the Archives’ circuit rider and he works with cities and towns throughout the state to help them preserve their records. Alan is passionate about historic records and is a great resource to the state.
12:00 p.m. “Holes in History” by Lorianne Ouderkirk, Record Analysts for State Archives
Lorianne Ouderkirk has worked with the Utah State Archives since March 2012, first as a volunteer and now as records analyst. Her current responsibilities include working with local government agencies, providing statewide training in records management, and acting as co-administrator of records management website. She holds a BA in English from Brigham Young University and a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University.
1:00 p.m. “Silverman’s Nine Circles of Disaster Mitigation” by Randy Silverman, Preservation Librarian for University of Utah Marriott Library
Randy Silverman has served as Preservation Librarian at the University of Utah’s Marriott Library since 1993, and has worked in the field of book conservation since 1978. He teaches preservation as adjunct faculty for University of Arizona and Emporia State University and teaches disaster preparedness workshops for the Western States & Territories Preservation Assistance Service in three Western states. He consults broadly, has 80 professional publications, received the Utah Humanities Council’s “Human Ties Award” in 2007, and the American Library Association’s Banks/Harris award in 2013.
2:00 p.m. “Devloping a R.E.A.P Plan” by”Devloping a R.E.A.P Plan” by Rebekkah Shaw and Lorianne Ouderkirk, Record Analysts for State Archives
Rebekkah Shaw volunteered at the Archives after completing her bachelors in history at Utah State University in 2008. She joined the Archives staff in 2010 to process over 144,000 microfiche. When the project was completed she moved to the Micrographics section to digitize microforms. Rebekkah joined the record analyst section in February this year. Her current project is updating the general retention schedules and coordinating with Micrographics.