Congratulation to Victoria Kahrs, recipient of the Greater Dayton Chapter Waymon Underwood Student Scholarship. The $500 award is presented annually to an emerging RIM professional or currently enrolled public history or information studies student with an interest in records management. Victoria is a first year student in the Wright State University Public History Program. Congratulations to Victoria!
The Greater Dayton Chapter of ARMA, International is offering up to five (5) registration reimbursement scholarships to existing Dayton Chapter members, new professionals/recent graduates, and students to attend the upcoming Greater Columbus Chapter ARMA Spring Seminar on May 18th.
The Columbus Chapter will be hosting an Information Governance Bootcamp, featuring Barclay T. Blair, who is the Founder and Executive Director of the Information Governance Initiative.
Applying is simple, all you need to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your interest in attending the Information Governance Bootcamp, along with your contact information.
The deadline for applications is April 28th.
For more information on the seminar, please visit: http://armacolumbus.org/events/arma-greater-columbus-chapter-2017-spring-seminar-30866480474/
Please join us on May 18th at the Greater Columbus Chapter’s Spring Seminar- Information Governance Bootcamp led by Barclay T. Blair.
New and powerful technologies are changing the way we communicate, conduct business, and record our history. We are rapidly progressing beyond the paper to electronic record transition into a more visual, multi-media world of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube to reach our customers, colleagues, and communities. As a result, the Records and Information Management (RIM) profession is experiencing a major transformation from traditional records management to a broader paradigm of comprehensive governance of all organizational information and content.
Barclay T. Blair is an author, speaker, and internationally recognized authority on information governance. He is also Executive Director and founder of the Information Governance Initiative and President and founder of ViaLumina. He has led several high-profile consulting engagements at the world’s leading institutions to help them globally transform the way they manage information. Barclay is an award-winning author of Information Nation: Seven Keys to Information Management Compliance, Information Nation Warrior, and Privacy Nation.
The sessions include:
Session 1: Identifying & Coordinating the Facets of IG
Session 2: Forming & Running an IG Steering Committee
Session 3: Getting Started: Quick & Dirty or Big Bang?
Session 4: Deep Dive on Remediation
When: May 18, 2017
Where: Ashland Auditorium- 5200 Blazer Pkwy, Dublin, OH
$149.00 All Sessions, includes lunch (Early Bird Promo)
$198.00 All Sessions, includes lunch (after April 30th)
$99.00 Sessions 1 & 2 – 8:00 am – 11:45 am
$99.00 Sessions 3 & 4 – 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
For more information and registration please visit the Greater Columbus Chapter’s website.
Wright State University graduate student Jennifer England is the 2017 recipient of the Waymon Underwood Scholarship. This $500 scholarship, awarded by the Greater Dayton Chapter of ARMA, is given to a graduate student in the Public History Program to help financially support their studies.
Jennifer is a first year graduate student at Wright State University. She will be using her scholarship to help fund her schooling and hopes to take Records Managment next year. Congratulations Jennifer!
December 13, 2016- Greater Cincinnati Chapter Meeting
The times they are a’changin’ and with them, retention schedules and everything about them are changing. A retention schedule that would have been industry standard 15 or 20 years ago may well be un-implementable in today’s information environment. The record system it was designed for doesn’t exist anymore, and the technology it depended upon for implementation is rapidly becoming obsolete. Today’s sprawling IT systems and big data environments require a completely different approach, from initial risk assessment and risk management analysis to development of the schedule itself through implementation.
This session will examine this new environment and what you need to do to create a retention schedule that’s responsive to this new environment. Attendees will learn about:
– Key differences between a traditional retention schedule and one responsive to new realities
– New issues such as privacy and data loss prevention that create additional issues
– The new risk management calculus that necessarily must be taken into account
John Montana, JD, FAI
Mr. Montaña has long been considered the go-to attorney on all domestic and global records and information management (RIM) issues. His reputation and standing within the RIM community is unsurpassed. He is a highly sought-after speaker and has spent many years on the lecture circuit as well as many hours producing books, articles, white papers and podcasts on a variety of important RIM topics. He was recently elected as a Company of Fellows ARMA International member, was a sitting panelist on the GARP (Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles) development committee and continues to be thoroughly involved in consulting projects with Montaña & Associates.
$15 members $20 nonmembers $10 students
Location: Cincinnati Insurance Company, 6200 S. Gilmore Rd, Fairfield OH
Directions: North 75 to West 275 to Fairfield/Forest Park exit 39, pass Cincinnati Mall, Cincinnati Insurance Company is on same side as mall.
Registration: 11:15 -11:30
Lunch: 11:30 – Noon
Presentation: Noon -1:00 – 1:30
Register via email to Denise Witzgall email@example.com by Friday, Dec 9th.
Note: If you register and need to cancel, please do so by Monday, Dec 12th. If you do not cancel by that date, you are responsible for the meeting fee to cover the lunch order.
The board will meet immediately following the presentation and all members are welcome to attend.
Program: In recent months, with dwindling membership and changes from ARMA International, we are at a crossroads with the chapter. There have been many chapters within the county that have merged with larger chapters within their states, and while we’re at not ready to commit to do so, we have to keep our options open if membership continues to decline. We want to hear from our members about how to proceed. How do we get/keep new members? Are there reasons you haven’t been coming to meetings in the past? What are your reasons for continuing to stay in the organization? Should we as a chapter open up our scholarship fund to help pay for member’s fees as more and more companies are not paying for education and professional organization memberships? NOW IS YOUR TIME TO SPEAK!
Date: Tuesday, November 29th, 2016
Time: Lunch and Discussion: 1:00-3:00 P.M.
Location: Brixx Ice Company
500 East 1st Street
Dayton, OH 45402
Please RSVP by 2:00 P.M. on Monday November 28th
RSVP: Jahzerah Brooks
Phone: 937-496-6983/ Text: 937-319-1779
Organizations are moving to the cloud, some faster than others. This presentation will take a look at how organizations are moving to the Cloud and discuss the benefits and risks of using Cloud-based systems. The speaker will bring first-hand experience of working with Google Apps for Work (now, “G Suite”) as well as other applications […]
Come help install the 2016-2017 slate of officers for the Greater Dayton ARMA chapter!
Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Time: 5:30 pm
225 E. 6th Street
Slate of Officers:
Chairperson / Past President – Jahzerah Brooks
President – Jen Haney
Vice President – Kayla Harris
Secretary – Robin Heise
Treasurer – Tina Ratcliff
Director – Adam Becker
Congratulations to the 2016 recipient of the Waymon Underwood scholarship, James McKinnon. The $500 scholarship, awarded by the Greater Dayton Chapter of ARMA, is given to a graduate student in the Public History Program to help financially support their studies.
James is currently a graduate assistant in the history department at Wright State University and will be graduating from the Public History program this spring. He will be pursuing Records and Information Management job openings, preferably in a university setting. The scholarship money will assist with expenses such as professional association dues and interview travel. Congratulations again!
Program: Data – The Eternal Struggle of When it Becomes a Record
Speaker: Professor Daniel Noonan, assistant professor, is the electronic records / digital resources archivist for The Ohio State University. He received his MLS from Rutgers University in 2001. Reporting to the university archivist, he assists in the implementation and maintenance of University’s records management policy and program, including retention schedule development and providing consultation and training pertaining to electronic records management and preservation. He collaborates with the University’s Office of the CIO to develop and maintain an information architecture framework for enterprise content management, including the development of project management and audit tools that address the recordkeeping aspects of electronic administrative systems. He is the Chair of the Ohio Historical Records Advisory Board (OHRAB.org), Past Chair of the Ohio Electronic Records Committee (OhioERC.org), and Chair of the Society of American Archivists’ Electronic Records Section
Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Networking: 4:30 pm
Dinner / Program: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Program Description: Please join us at the Brixx Ice Company for our April chapter meeting. Our speaker for the evening will be Daniel Noonan discussing, “Data – The Eternal Struggle of When it Becomes a Record.” As we move in a less paper / more electronic world, this is a hot topic for both the public and private sector, along with record managers and archivists alike. This should not be missed!
Brixx Ice Company
500 E 1st St.
Dayton, OH 45402
Dues $6 Member / $8 Non-Member
RSVP by 10am on Monday, April 18th