ASA Workshop announcement - Managing Electronic Records

Managing Electronic Records
Instructor: Jeremy Heil, Digital and Private Records Archivist at Queen’s University Archives
Date: Friday, September 18, 2015
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location: Glenbow Archives, Board Room, 130 - 9 Avenue S.E., Calgary

The ASA is bringing a workshop to Alberta from the Archives Association of Ontario on archives and electronic records. This workshop was offered in Edmonton in November 2014 and due to popular demand, we are offering it a second time.

This hands-on workshop will lead students from the development of policies and procedures through to the practical elements of acquiring, processing and preserving electronic records. Students will learn how to develop a programme statement and discuss preservation planning, examine the nature of electronic records and the role of metadata, and practice tasks in acquiring and processing electronic records with some of the commonly available tools.

Class size: 12 (minimum) / 17 (maximum)
Cost: $150 (ASA member); $175 (non-member)
To register, please visit our website: http://archivesalberta.org/professional-development/workshops/.

Registration deadline: September 10, 2015
To register, please send or fax completed form along with your payment to:

Archives Society of Alberta
Suite 407, 10408 – 124 St Edmonton, AB
T5N 1R5
fax: (780) 425-1679.

Note: If you choose to email your form, please make sure to send it to archives.database@gmail.com in order to avoid delays in processing.
For additional information, contact ASA Database & Administrative Assistant, Maryna Chernyavska at archives.database@gmail.com

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