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Dear Colleagues: Please excuse and ignore cross postings concerning the  
below announcement of a 2-day seminar, 4-5 May, on cutting edge issues,  which I 
am sending at the request of Dr Julie McLeod, Reader & Programme Leader, School 
 of Computing, Engineering & Information Sciences, Northumbria  University. 
This provides updated information since my 12 March posting on the Exploring 
the Essence of Records  Management seminar.  
For additional information on  the conference: 
_www.records.visitnewcastlegateshead.com_ (http://www.records.visitnewcastlegateshead.com/)  
To register: 
_http://www.visitnewcastlegateshead.com/confViewPage.php?id=1484_ (http://www.visitnewcastlegateshead.com/confViewPage.php?id=1484)  
For other conference  information: Sarah Howells and 
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Regards,

Rick Barry
_www.mybestdocs.com_ (http://www.mybestdocs.com/) 
Cofounder, Open Reader  Consortium
_www.openreader.org_ (http://www.openreader.org/)  

*** Apologies for cross  posting*** 
 
Northumbria University’s 'witness  seminar' conference 
Exploring the Essence of Records  Management 
Engaging with Experts

at 
St James Park, Newcastle upon  Tyne

4 - 5 May  2006


Final programme with  all speakers 
_www.records.visitnewcastlegateshead.com_ 
(http://www.records.visitnewcastlegateshead.com/)  
This  unique event for anyone interested or involved in managing records 
provides the opportunity  to join a group of experts in  records management, risk 
management, IT, information systems and law, from the UK and abroad, as  they 
engage in the exploration and critical examination of three key  issues: 
·         Embedding  records management into business processes 
·         Is  records management the management of risk? 
·         Who  are the records managers? 
If you are serious about  moving records management into the digital age this 
is an event not to be  missed. Contribute your own knowledge and experience 
to the debate as we  discuss: 
·         the  essence of records management and recordkeeping in today's 
dynamic electronic  corporate and public sector environment 
·         the  issues faced by practitioners, academics and recordkeepers 
·         how  we can rise to the challenges by developing theory, practice 
and  people 
The 'witnesses'  are: 
Steve  Bailey, JISC; Max  Beekhuis, Doxis  Informationmanagers; Clare  
Cowling, The Law Society; James  Currall, Glasgow University; Michael Dunleavy, 
Mountain Iron UK Ltd;  Ian McEwen, Metropolitan Police Service; Peter  Horsman, 
Netherlands Institute for  Archival Education and Research; Ceri Hughes, KPMG 
LLP; Alastair  Irons, Northumbria University; Gary  Johnston, Audata Ltd; Philip 
 Jones, Staffordshire County  Council; Vicki Lemieux, Credit Suisse First 
Boston; Michael Moss,  Glasgow University; Peter  McKinney, Glasgow University; 
Carl  Newton, Visiting Professor in  Archives at Northumbria University; 
Barbara  Reed, Recordkeeping Innovation  Pty Ltd; Frank  Rankin, Department for  
International Development; Frank Upward, Australia; Victoria Vallely,  Eversheds; 
Vicki Wilkinson, Royal Bank of Scotland; David  Wainwright, Northumbria  
University. 
David  Ryan, Royal Household is the conference  rapporteur. 
The conference fee is £300  (includes lunch and refreshments both days, an 
evening event at the Baltic  Centre for Contemporary Art and conference 
proceedings on publication). For  booking and detailed information of the event, which 
is being sponsored by Iron  Mountain (UK) Ltd and Emerald Publishing, please 
visit the conference website at  _www.records.visitNewcastleGateshead.com_ 
(http://www.records.visitnewcastlegateshead.com/)   Early booking is advisable as 
limited  places are available. 
Julie McLeod   
Reader, School of  Computing, Engineering & Information Sciences 
Northumbria University 


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