Calendar of Events

Upcoming ARMA – Milwaukee Meetings

To register for a session, please use the Event Registration Page

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April 24, 2018    Spring Seminar

“Embrace the Change” at the Radisson Hotel – Milwaukee West.

Registration $100

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We welcome non-ARMA members to attend at the same low price of $100 per person. 

 

  

 

 

 

 

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ARMA Madison-AIIM Wisconsin Spring Seminar  

When

May 02, 2018
7:30 AM CDT – 4:00 PM CDT

Tickets

$125.00 ARMA Madison Members

$125.00 ARMA or AIIM Member Ticket

$150.00 Non-Member

$115.00 3 Attendees (or more) from the Same Organization (per attendee)

$50.00 Student Ticket (Limited Quantity-must show student ID at the door)

$300.00 ARMA Membership+Seminar Registration

$345.00 3 Attendees from the Same Organization (registering together)

Directions

Alliant Energy Center
1919 Alliant Energy Center Way
Madison, WI 53713

 

 

ARMA Madison is excited to join AIIM Wisconsin in hosting Jesse Wilkins, the Director of Professional Development for AIIM International, in full day seminar on planning for all stages of electronic records.

Drawing from his years of experience and training, Wilkins will discuss strategies related to the act of identifying, documenting, and implementing systems that work within the information lifecycle, including defensible deletion and long term preservation.

Sessions include:

  • Introduction to Modern Records Management
  • How to Capture Digital Records
  • Automatic Disposition – Yes, Really!
  • How to Access Your Digital Records in 5, 50, 500 Years

For session descriptions, and to register, or to apply as a vendor, visit us at: www.armamadison.org

Registration Includes;Conference, vendor exhibition, lunch, snacks at break, and parking.

ICRM Continuing Education Credits: Pending

AIIM Continuing Education Credits: Pending

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May 31, 2018 –

Wisconsin Historical Society Speaker Ann Lewis.

You will learn about maritime history on the Great Lakes and how she used various records, repositories and archives to get her information.