Electronic records management for small heritage organizations

When: June 18-19, 2014

Where: ANLA office, Suite 201, 15 Hallett Crescent, St. John’s

Instructor:  George French

Too many emails in your inbox? Too many drafts of reports and applications floating around?  Can’t remember the name of that important document you saved last week? This 2-day workshop will help your organization to deal with these problems  by introducing  participants to the basics of electronic records management.

•         What is records management and how does electronic records management fit in?

•         Why do electronic records need to be managed?

•         Who should be in charge of the job?

•         When do you make decisions about electronic records management?

•         Where should your records be kept and managed?

•         How do you manage electronic records?

The workshop is aimed at any group whose members  create and use electronic records and communication, either amongst themselves or externally.

Registration fee: $100 for ANLA members

$125 for non-members

Some financial assistance for transportation costs is available for members: please contact the ANLA office for more information. Note: . This is a good way to get your transportation costs covered for ANLA’s AGM, which will be taking place on the day after the workshop!

George  French is the Archivist and Manager of the Corner Brook Museum and Archives where he has held the position of archivist for the past eleven years. He is also the President of RI Solutions Inc., a records and information management consulting firm, and has been the consulting Records Manger for the City of Corner Brook for the past 6 years. He has studied Records and Information Management through the University of Toronto and other certified professional development programs. He is currently a Director on the Board of the Association of Newfoundland and Labrador Archives, the Board of the Grenfell Campus Archives, Grenfell Campus, MUN and is a former Board member of the Corner Brook Museum and Archives.


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