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Revised programme: 11th June

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Final Programme

 

10:30-11:10 Coffee and registration

11:10-11:15 Welcome and housekeeping - Keith Fraser RGU

11:15 -11:30 Update from IRMS-GB Conference 2013:

Claire Johnson will provide a précis of the national executive business meeting and conference overview.

Q&A

11:30 - 12:30

New perspectives (direct from Conference 2013):

  • The Psychology of Effective Records and Information Management - Heather Jack (HJBS Ltd)

In this session we will consider the use of psychological techniques to support the cultural and behavioural changes required to achieve effective, unified records and information management in our organisations.

New skills (direct from Conference 2013):
 

  • This time it's personal: consumerising records management. What "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) means for record-keeping - Michael Gallagher (Glasgow City Archives)

Recordkeeping is becoming personal. Employees are using their own devices –notebooks, smartphones and tablets –and this “Bring Your Own” trend is underway across organisations, whether or not they have measures in place to manage it. Recordkeeping professionals have an important role shaping its development in effective, secure and compliant ways

12:30 - 13:00 Discussion from the morning session

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00 - 15:00 New networks:

  • Managing controlled information: how the oil and gas information management network uses practical experience, a new qualification at RGU Business School and profession exchange to improve skills  - Neale Stidolph (Amor Group Ltd)

 

  • Chalk and cheese? Emerging technology and IRM

What happens when social media, web and records and information management in the public sector collide? Alex Morrice from Registers of Scotland and Leah Lockhart from Improvement Service will share their experience of opening a cross-disciplinary Knowledge Hub group for practitioners to discuss the difficult issues of emerging technology and RM.

15:00 - 15:30 Discussion from the afternoon session and wrap-up.

c.15:30 Close.

Registration - 11th June

Saturday, 11 May 2013

DATE          Tuesday 11th June 2013

VENUE      Robert Gordon University  Aberdeen

'New skills, new perspectives and new networks: what 2013 has brought to the Information & Records Management world'

 

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN AND CLOSES ON THURSDAY 6TH JUNE @ 4.00PM

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Draft programme for 11th June

Saturday, 04 May 2013

Draft Programme:

 

10:30-11:00 Coffee and registration

11:00-11:05 Welcome and housekeeping - Keith Fraser RGU

11:05 -11:15 Update from IRMS-GB Conference 2013:

Claire Johnson will provide a précis of the national executive business meeting and conference overview.

11:15 - 11:45 New skills: 

'Information Overload: it's an opportunity' -  Meic Pierce-Owen (Isle of Man Government)

11:45 - 12:45 New perspectives (direct from Conference 2013):

  • The Psychology of Effective Records and Information Management - Heather Jack (HJBS Ltd)

In this session we will consider the use of psychological techniques to support the cultural and behavioural changes required to achieve effective, unified records and information management in our organisations.

  • This time it's personal: consumerising records management. What "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) means for record-keeping - Michael Gallagher (Glasgow City Archives)

Recordkeeping is becoming personal. Employees are using their own devices –notebooks, smartphones and tablets –and this “Bring Your Own” trend is underway across organisations, whether or not they have measures in place to manage it. Recordkeeping professionals have an important role shaping its development in effective, secure and compliant ways

 

12:45 - 13:15 Discussion from the morning session

13:15 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00 - 15:00 New networks:

  • Managing controlled information: how the oil and gas information management network uses practical experience, a new qualification at RGU Business School and profession exchange to improve skills  - Neale Stidolph (Amor Group Ltd)
  • Chalk and cheese? Emerging technology and IRM

What happens when social media, web and records and information management in the public sector collide? Alex Morrice from Registers of Scotland and Leah Lockhart from Improvement Service will share their experience of opening a cross-disciplinary Knowledge Hub group for practitioners to discuss the difficult issues of emerging technology and RM.

15:00 - 15:30 Discussion from the afternoon session and wrap-up.

c.15:30 Close.

 

A date for your diary ...

Monday, 22 April 2013

Dear All,

 

The next regional meeting will be on 11th June 2013 in Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University.

The theme is:

'New skills, new perspectives and new networks: what 2013 has brought to the Information & Records Management world'

 

Summary:

In 2013 so far we have a Public Records (Scotland) Act 2011 activated, a Local Government Association records and information management ‘knowledge hub’ for Scotland  up and running and Information & Records Management Society-GB conference providing insights into new professional developments. This event is a chance to learn about all these developments (and maybe a few more) that enhance your skills, give you new perspectives and contribute to advancing Information & Records Management work in Scotland.

 

A detailed programme will appear shortly.

 

Best wishes, Claire.

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