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!
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!
The 2016 National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators (NAGARA) Annual Conference will be held in Lansing, MI from July 13th – July 16th.
Session proposals on any aspect of archives and records management practices are currently being accepted. The deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, January 8th.
For more information and the proposal worksheet please visit the NAGARA website.
Read more about a Springfield medical facility that left medical records with sensitive personal information in a dumpster:
The Greater Dayton ARMA Chapter would like to congratulate Director Kayla and her husband, Andrew, on the arrival of their first child, Reid Todd Johnston Harris – June 3rd. All are home and healthy.
Join fellow Great Lakes and Midwest Rocky Mountain Regions chapter volunteers in Cincinnati, OH, July 16th-18th for two days of valuable training and information to help enhance your leadership skills.
Each summer, ARMA International and your regional team strive to bring you the experience that keeps chapter leaders coming back again and again. New this year: Combined region events allow for a greater variety of chapters and members to network and to learn.
What to expect:
- Updates from the ARMA International Board of Directors
- Training for chapter leaders on resources from ARMA Headquarters and Region Leadership Teams
- Guided breakouts and idea sharing
- Leadership training that can be used in your chapter and beyond
- Building networks with colleagues and chapter leaders
Schedule of events:
- July 16 – Arrive
- July 17 – Leadership and Development – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
- July 17– Evening social activity
- July 18 – Leadership and Development – 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
$150 per person
Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza
35 West Fifth St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
$149.00 per night
Reservations must be received by Wednesday, June 24.
ARMA Greater Columbus Chapter is proud to sponsor their 2015 Spring Seminar.
ALIGNING RECORDS MANAGEMENT WITH BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY CHANGES
Thursday, May 21, 2015
8:30 am to 4:30pm
For more information or to register, click here!
Wright State University graduate student Nina Herzog is the 2015 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.
Nina is a first year graduate student at Wright State and works as a student assistant at the Special Collections and Archives. She will be using her scholarship to help fund an internship with the Nebraska State Historical Society this summer. Nina will be sharing about her experience at a chapter meeting this fall. Congratulations Nina!