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July 10, 2013 / Council of State Archivists

SERI Introductory Electronic Records Institute – Day Two

After a successful first day of instruction and a relaxing group dinner, institute attendees were eager to get going on day two and arrived at the Indiana State Library before the building opened. Consequently, we caused a bit of a road block on the sidewalk outside the front doors and probably caused the library staff to have heart palpitations thinking we were all waiting to flood the research rooms. I’m sure the staff was relieved to see us head directly to our 4th floor meeting room which has become our home-away-from-home this week.

While fueling-up for the day, attendees had the opportunity to discuss the previous day’s presentations and ask questions. Then we got right back into the presentations with Mike Wash’s wrap-up of electronic records policies & strategies.

Short breaks during the day provide attendees the opportunity to mingle and share ideas and strategies.

02-Tuesday - Group 07

02-Tuesday - Group 03

Rolling right along we heard from Doug Robinson, Executive Director of NASCIO, who gave a presentation on state IT priorities and trends and provided tips for collaborating with the state CIOs.

02-Tuesday - Doug Robinson 06

After re-energizing with lunch we heard from Pat Franks, MARA Program Coordinator at San Jose State University. Pat closed out day two with a presentation on electronic records management.

02-Tuesday - Pat Franks 05

And of course the week wouldn’t be complete without a group photo. This photo was actually taken while getting everyone organized for the “official” group photo which we hope to share soon.

02-Tuesday - Group 08

**The SERI Introductory Electronic Records Institute is being funded by a grant from IMLS.


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