Records and Information Management Month (RIMM) 2019 is here! To celebrate we are hosting a webinar each week in April.
by Rebekkah Shaw and Heidi Steed, RIM Specialists at the Utah State Archives
Wednesday, April 3, Noon-1:00 p.m.
Rebekkah and Heidi will have a discussion about the general retention schedules–how they have changed, why they’re changing, and how to use them. Please come with your questions!
Rebekkah Shaw joined the Utah State Archives in 2008 after graduating from Utah State University. She became a Records and Information Management Specialist in February 2013 as the project leader in updating general retention schedules.
Heidi Steed is the local government RIM Specialist and has been with the Utah State Archives since 2017. Heidi holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Utah and is finishing up her master’s degree in Public Administration at the University of Utah, where she studies Local Government Administration.
This is a live webinar. Join us at https://youtu.be/cWly411CAwU
by Paul Tonks, AAG counsel for the Utah State Archives and the State Records Committee (SRC)
Wednesday, April 10, Noon-1:00 p.m.
During the 2019 Legislative Session, the Legislature made important changes to the Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) and the State Records Committee that may affect you as records officers and chief administrative officers. Tune in to this webinar to find out what changed!
Paul Tonks has been the Assistant Attorney General Counsel to the Utah State Archives and the State Records Committee for more than 11 years. Paul is a BYU graduate in History and received a Juris Doctor degree (JD) at Capital University Law School.
This is a live webinar. Join us at https://youtu.be/_5j4Ng747q0
by Renée Wilson, RIM Specialist at the Utah State Archives
Wednesday, April 17, Noon-1:00 p.m.
Renée Wilson will highlight the differences between the State Records Center and the Utah State Archives and will give a virtual tour of both.
Renée Wilson is the State Agency RIM Specialist. Renée has worked for the Utah State Archives for over five years and has been a RIM specialist for two of those years. Renée has a bachelor’s degree in music performance, with a minor in English, from BYU and a master’s degree in Library and Information Science from Rutgers. Renée enjoys all things digital, especially the challenge of providing user-friendly content for complex subjects (like Records and Information Management!). Renée loves weeding, playing the French horn and organ, and swimming.
This is a live webinar. Join us at https://youtu.be/_2xtMRInQ2A
by Rosemary Cundiff, Government Records Ombudsman, and Dylan Mace, Open Records Portal Administrator
Tuesday, Apr 23, Noon-1:00 p.m.
Rosemary and Dylan will have a conversation about GRAMA requests and the Open Records Portal.
Rosemary is the government records ombudsman at the Utah State Archives. Rosemary has worked for the Utah State Archives for over 18 years and has been the ombudsman for seven years. Rosemary has a master’s degree in history from the University of Delaware.
Dylan Mace has been the Open Records Portal Administrator at the Utah State Archives since 2017. Previously, he worked in General Education at the University of Utah. Dylan has a master’s degree in Environmental Humanities and bachelor’s degrees in History and Anthropology. He believes that open and transparent government is important for representative democracy, public liberties, and a healthy economy.
This is a live webinar. Join us at https://youtu.be/Qwjiz22XVzs