Barry Associates 1-Day Workshop
Department of Archives and History
October 29, 2002
distinctions among enterprise information, documents, records, knowledge, and
content management and related records management implications
- Why is it important to make these distinctions?
- Information management vs. information technology
- Information management vs. records management
- Records vs. electronic records
- Enterprise…the adjective
- Knowledge, information, documents and records
- Content vs. information and knowledge management
Recordmaking vs. recordkeeping systems
- Risk: major recordmaking systems that aren’t recordkeeping systems
- Options for getting them into line
- How can the 5015.2 RMA standard help?
Managing email, websites and all that
- What’s all the fuss about?
- E-communications: beyond email
- Client case study capturing and maintaining email
- Creator vs. computer-based recordness designation
- Website records issues
Preparing for new generations of workers,
work patterns and technologies; including special post-911 issues
- Demographic changes: who’s coming into the workplace next?
- What technologies are likely to become the major new recordmaking
systems that will need to be tamed?
- Combined impact on recordkeeping of 911 and the unveiling dark
theater of ENRON, Andersen Consulting, British American Tobacco Australia,
Who should attend
- Information management professionals, including archivists, records
- Information technology professionals
- Librarians, program managers
- Federal, state and local government officials
- Staff of non-government records repositories (historical
societies, churches, museums, colleges and universities)
- Other professionals -- journalists, attorneys, auditors, etc. -- who wants to learn
more about electronic
records management issues and challenges