The 2013 Fall IM Days Conference

Organization: ARMA (NCR)

Venue: The Brookstreet Hotel

Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Nov 19, 2013 End Date/Time: Nov 20, 2013
Early Registration Date: Oct 25, 2013 Time: 23:59:00 - (EST)
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Be part of a growing centre of IM action. ARMA NCR IM Days is fast becoming the hub for the Information Management community in the NCR to gather, share, and learn from each other. IM Days is about fostering a community to increase the IM functional specialist's understanding of, and commitment to, IM collective objectives. Participating is about joining the discussion as the community works towards a greater role in decision making, goal setting, profit sharing, and collective action.

Make IM Days a part of your learning plan. Through seminars led by experts in their fields you will learn about emerging IM trends and topics critical to information management requirements, such as information architecture, data design, new ways to manage info; all critical elements to any and all IM Strategies going forward. IM Days seek topics and presenters that will empower any member of the Functional Specialist community

Come discover what this profession has to offer. Join the discussion and be a part of the strong IM community in the NCR. This is the place for the IM NCR community to meet.

Join your colleagues today and continue to explore how to better address IM issues in your organization, and firmly establish how to manage your business' information. See you in November at Ottawa’s Premiere Information Management event!


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Conference Speakers

TBD. Please keep checking the event website for speakers as they are confirmed.

Additional Information

Welcome to the ARMA-NCR (Ottawa) Chapter!

Founded in 1971, the ARMA-NCR (Ottawa) Chapter serves more than 200 members and a wide range of associates in the field of information and records management, including records managers, librarians, archivists, information technology specialists, and stakeholders from every field of undertaking. Ours is an active and exciting Chapter that seeks to:

  • Advance the practice of Records and Information Management as a discipline and a profession;
  • Organize and promote programs of research, education, training and networking within the profession;
  • Support the enhancement of professionalism among the membership; and
  • Promote co-operative endeavours with related professional groups.

We look forward to hearing from and meeting with you!

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