RMRT Meeting Agenda at SAA 2015 – Please attend!

Please join the Records Management Roundtable at SAA 2015 for a series of lightning talks on various records management topics. We have a great lineup and look forward to having good discussions. The meeting will be held Friday, August 21 from 4:30 – 6:00pm in the Grand Ballroom A at the Cleveland Convention Center. If you can’t attend follow along with #rmrt #saa15.

For the agenda, we will have a brief business meeting with announcements followed by these lightning talks:

  Speaker Topic
1 Anthony Cocciolo, Ed.D.
Associate Professor
Pratt Institute, School of Information and Library Science
A study that explores options for expediting the appraisal of email records for permanent retention, using a New York art museum as a case.
2 Sarah R. Demb
Senior Records Manager/Archivist
Harvard University Archives
Records management as a tool for risk mitigation that can be embedded into university governance structures.
3 Lori Ashley
Principal Consultant
Tournesol Consulting
How to better leverage the appraisal and records scheduling process to advance active preservation while records remain in the custody/control of the records producers.  
4 Sarah Wagner
Amway
Historical designation on Corporate Records Retention Schedule: Amway’s process of ‘purging’ to the Archives
5 Janice Schulz
Records Manager
Omya Inc.
The records manager’s role in legal discovery. How to leverage your knowledge to increase your visibility and value
6 Josh Schneider
Assistant University Archivist
Stanford University
ePADD as a tool to appraise, process, and provide rich access to email archives
7 Jessica Williams
Utilities Records & Info Management Coordinator
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Hiring student work – job descriptions for graduate assistants, undergrad/graduate hourlies, expectations for those roles, etc.
8 Christine Schmid Engels  
Archives Manager
Cincinnati Museum Center
How do you fit in records management when you’re also running an archive of other historical material, doing exhibits, working at the reference desk, etc. Or address administrative support or the lack thereof.
9 Arian Ravanbakhsh
Office of the Chief Records Officer
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
2016 or Bust: Updates on Federal Records Management
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