Time & Date: 09:30-16:15, 31 May 2019
Venue: Recital Room, Glasgow City Halls, Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1NQ
Registration: To register please click here
Six years into the implementation of the Public Records (Scotland) Act 2011, we’re inviting practitioners to get together to reflect on progress and look forward to the future.
Building on PRSA Success: Continuous Improvement and Digital Advance is a conference aimed at professionals with responsibility for implementing PRSA within their organisation. This one-day event will include plenty of opportunity for networking and discussion along with presentations on a variety of topics, including:
The conference is being co-ordinated by National Records of Scotland (NRS) and Scottish Council on Archives (SCA) in partnership with the Archives and Records Association Scotland and the Information and Records Management Society Scotland.
A full programme is available here. Tickets are £65.00 per person. Please note that spaces are limited. We ask that only one delegate is registered per organisation. Registration closes at 15:00 on 10 May 2019.
There will be facilitated networking sessions on the following topics:
When you register, please select your preferred topic. Spaces will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
CPD bursaries are available to SCA members from the Patrick Cadell bursary fund.
Programme (pdf version available here)
CONFERENCE ADDRESS: Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Paul Lowe, Keeper of the Records of Scotland
CONFERENCE CHAIRS: Heather Jack, Information and Records Management Society Scotland, Gillian Mapstone, National Records of Scotland, William Kilbride, Digital Preservation Coalition
CLOSING REMARKS: John Pelan, Director, Scottish Council on Archives
|REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS
Dr Irene O’Brien, Senior Archivist, Glasgow City Archives
Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs
Public Records Scotland Act Progress Report
Chair: Heather Jack, Information and Records Management Society Scotland
Topic: Keeper’s view of PRSA as a guardian of citizen’s rights; enabler of improvement, transparency and accountability and route to auditable regulatory compliance
Paul Lowe, Keeper of the Records of Scotland, National Records of Scotland
|The Model Records Management Plan is dead. Long Live the Model Records Management Plan!
Hugh Hagan, Senior Public Records Officer. National Records of Scotland
|PRSA and the Progress Update Review Self-Assessment Mechanism
Elspeth Reid, Project Archivist. National Records of Scotland
|REFRESHMENT BREAK AND NETWORKING SESSION
PRSA in Action. Public Authority Case Studies of PRSA/PUR Experience and Continuous Improvement
Chair: Gillian Mapstone, National Records of Scotland
|Topic: PRSA/PUR as a means to management buy-in and continuous records management improvement
Callum Morrison, Information Management and Governance Officer, Scottish Funding Council
|Topic: PRSA and PUR as a maturity model approach to continuous improvement
Meic Pierce Owen, Records Manager, Fife Council
|Question and Discussion Session
Create It, Capture It, Keeper it!
Chair: William Kilbride, Digital Preservation Coalition
|Topic: Digital Design in the Field of Public Record Preservation and Access
Rachel Dowle, Head of Content Design and Strategy, Office of the Chief Designer, Scottish Government Directorate for Digital
|Topic: Possible Content: Securing Our Digital Legacy
Sharon McMeekin, Head of Training and Skills, Digital Preservation Coalition
|Topic: Public Authority Websites, Web Harvesting and PRSA
Garth Stewart, Head of Digital Records Unit, National Records of Scotland
|REFRESHMENT BREAK AND NETWORKING SESSION
|Topic: The Opportunities and Challenges of Digital Technology in the Information Governance World
Tim Gollins, Head of Preservation and Information Management and Director of the National Records of Scotland Digital Preservation Programme
|Create It, Capture It, Keeper it! Panel Session and Discussion
Rachel Dowle: Head of Content Design and Strategy, Office of the Chief Designer, Scottish Government Directorate for Digital
Tim Gollins: Head of Preservation and Information Management and Director of the National Records of Scotland Digital Preservation Programme.
Sharon McMeekin: Head of Training and Skills, Digital Preservation Coalition
Garth Stewart: Head of Digital Records Unit, National Records of Scotland
Susan Corrigall: Head of Preservation, National Records of Scotland
|Closing Remarks: John Pelan, Director, Scottish Council on Archives
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