Date/Time: Sunday, July 15, 2018: 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Speakers: Carol Ottolenghi, Ohio Attorney General; Pari Swift, The Ohio State University; Laura Ax-Fultz, Dickinson School of Law Library of the Pennsylvania State University
Demonstrate your library’s value by using traditional library practices, like naming conventions, to tame your organization’s electronic records, teach students new tools, and maybe even create a marketable product! Records and Information Management (RIM)—both inside and outside the library’s parent organization—is a key part of today’s legal landscape. RIM plays a role in eDiscovery, cyber-security, and public records requests. This session first explains how librarian skills fit into RIM. Then, participants will play games that they can adapt to their organizations’ needs to train staff, students, and clients in good RIM practices.