For December there are many great educational opportunities detailed below that you can take advantage of at no cost or minimal cost.  Please register for the session or sessions of your choice via the links below.  We are actively continuing to work with other chapters to use our resources more efficiently and offer more programming options to our members while we are meeting virtually. 

ARMA TRIANGLE CHAPTER E-MEETING – E-MAIL MANAGEMENT

December 3, 2020 – 1 P.M. – 2 P.M. EST – Cost: Free

​Caroline Walters is the University Records Officer at the University of Virginia.  She achieved the CRM (Certified Records Manager) designation in 2011.  She served on the ICRM Exam Development Committee as a Part 6 writer from 2012-2017 and is currently the Regent for Exam Development.  At UVA, Caroline provides training and assistance to staff and faculty on the proper management of all records (physical and electronic) and works with technology implementation teams on the development of new electronic records systems.  https://www.armatriangle.org/2020-2021-programs.html

ARMA DETROIT E-MEETING – INFORMATION GOVERNANCE UPDATES – COVID EDITION

December 9, 2020 – Noon – 1P.M. EST – Cost: Free

The current pandemic has challenged us all in many ways. Remote work has become the norm, budgets have been slashed, and we’re expected to do more with less of everything. What has been the impact on Information Governance now and what will happen in the near term? Join us to learn what’s on the horizon and more. This timely discussion will be led by Doug Kaminski of Cobra Legal and Past President of ARMA Detroit. Whether you’re in a corporate, law firm, government, or academic setting, you’ll find something of value in this virtual event, including:

  • What impact remote work will have on records and preservation
  • How legal and compliance teams are coping with InfoGov issues
  • Why cybersecurity will be part of your everyday life…if it isn’t already
  • Where the IGRM (Information Governance Reference Model) will make a difference 

Register at:  https://armadetroit.org/meetinginfo.php?id=91&ts=1605803071

ARMA INTERNATIONAL E-MEETING – HOW TO GET YOUR RECORDS RETENTION SCHEDULE UNDER CONTRAL

December 10, 2020 – 2 P.M. – 3 P.M. EST – Cost: Free

Developing and maintaining your organization’s records retention schedule may seem daunting. But you can successfully tackle this challenge to get your records retention schedule under control — and keep it that way! In this webinar, we will walk through a step-by-step process used to assess the current state of a retention schedule and build a roadmap to close existing gaps.

Join ARMA’s Manager of Content Development, Ann Snyder, and subject matter expert, Warren Bean, from our partner Zasio Enterprises, Inc. as we discuss typical retentions schedule challenges from updating your schedule, to expanding coverage to new jurisdictions, to optimizing the number of record categories, to managing citations and changes, and much more!  Register at: https://armane.org/meetinginfo.php?id=53&ts=1606321313

ARMA MILWAUKEE E-MEETING – IG SKILLS FOR TH 2020S

December 10, 2020 – 1 P.M. – 2 P.M. EST – Cost: Free

Explore some of the skills IG professionals need to have and where to get these skills.  Topics such as data analytics, leadership, application development, privacy, and cybersecurity will be covered.  Andrew Ysasi (EE-SA-SEE), MS, CRM/CIGO, FIP, FIIM, CIPM, CISM, PMP, IGP, CIP, CSAP has 25 years of experience in executive leadership, technology, privacy, security, and information governance.  As Vice President of Advocacy for VRC, Andrew is tasked with mentoring, educating, volunteering, and advocating for all matters related to information governance (IG).  Andrew is the President of IG GURU®, an IG news organization and a resume expert with Admovio®, where his work is published on CIO.com.. https://armamilwaukee.org/register-for-an-event/

ARMA NEW ENGLAND E-MEETING – LITIGATION READINESS BEST PRACTICES

December 17, 2020 – 1 P.M. – 2 P.M. EST – Cost: Free to all ARMA International Members/$10-Non-ARMA Members

How an organization manages electronically stored information (“ESI”) can reduce the cost of litigation, provide advantages to the organization and increase the chances of winning cases.  What are the key elements of an effective litigation readiness program, and what steps should organizations consider to implement a successful program?  Featuring Tim Holden, Managing Law Clerk at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Bryn Bowen, Principal Consultant, Greenheart Consulting Partners LLC.  https://armane.org/meetinginfo.php?id=40&ts=1606760857