Records Here, There, Everywhere is expected to be an engaging and candid dive into the experiences of a panel of professionals who will share their experiences, knowledge and provide insight on some of the challenges faced in establishing records management programs or when taking on records management projects.
Presented by the ARMA Saskatchewan panel of Sandra Bates, Jennifer Leask and Rick Stirling
We all engage in records inventory projects for a variety of reasons. The places and state you found physical records. Some records searches leave us wondering, “how does this happen?”. Where are you in your records inventory?
Speaking of normal — unmanaged records in many organizations. Doing or considering a clean-up? What barriers can you expect to encounter? What is best action to take?
With massive growth of digital content, what technology should you focus on? What is essential and what is just nice to have? Need some pointers for evaluation and tips on where to start?
Sandra Bates is spokesperson for digital transformation and a recognized professional in the security, information, and privacy industries. Sandra is the Privacy Officer and Manager of Records and Access with the Government of Saskatchewan, engaged “industry” volunteer with ARMA Saskatchewan Chapter and actively involved in other information and privacy groups and boards. Her published works include Sagesse, Starting the Digital Transformation Journey in a Pandemic, co-author (2021); Handbook for Archivists, contributor (published 2021).
Rick Stirling is a 25 year RIM veteran who has been involved in absolutely every kind of Information Management project you can imagine during that time. Rick is the President of WesternIM and has served in almost every position you can name in ARMA at both the Chapter level as well as International except International President.
Jennifer Leask, CRA is the Corporate Records Manager at the City of Saskatoon and also serves on the ARMA Saskatchewan Board.