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Upcoming Presentations and Training
Judith Ellis is a member of ISO/TC46/SC11 – the ISO Technical Committee on Records Management and is co-leading work on the development of recordkeeping standards within a management system standards framework. The first two products were published by ISO in Nov 2011 – ISO 30300 Management systems for records – Fundamentals and vocabularyand ISO 30301 Management systems for records – Requirements.
For information about this initiative see:
Standards can be purchased at the ISO webstore and/or the Standards Australia webstore:
There is also a publicly accessible area of the ISO website for information about these products: http://isotc.iso.org/livelink/livelink?func=ll&objId=11600905&objAction=browse&viewType=1
And a LinkedIn Group: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/ISO-30300-Management-systems-records-4175551
Monash University - 'Knowledge Management Excellence Award'
We have a long-standing relationship with Monash in various ways and support the Caulfield School of IT in sponsoring a 'Knowledge Management Excellence Award’ for postgraduate students.
Christopher Stueven is based in Melbourne as a Records Officer at the University of Melbourne Records Services and is currently in his final semester of a Master of Business Information Systems (Libraries, Recordkeeping & Archives) at Monash University. At the University of Melbourne Chris assists with the maintenance of recordkeeping systems and procedures, and provides advice on the disposal requirements of records throughout the University. Previously he has contributed to archival projects at Rhizome Digital and Sandringham Hospital in Victoria, alongside participation in a range of volunteer archival schemes at the Public Record Office of Victoria, National Archives of Australia and The Alfred Hospital.
During his time at Monash University Chris has been focusing on the capacity of records to move through personal and institutional contexts, into areas where parts of the community have demanded stakeholder status. This has involved particular attention given to the progress of the Royal Commission into Institutional Child Sexual Abuse.
He is also a founding member of GLAMR New Professionals in Victoria and is presently a member of the Victorian Branch Committee of the Australian Society of Archivists.
Knowledge Management Collaboration with Monash University
Monash University and Enterprise Knowledge have a collaborative arrangement under a Memorandum of Understanding to promote and enhance the University's Knowledge Management Laboratory for research, teaching and training purposes.
The arrangement enables the KM Lab and Enterprise Knowledge to:
- use the KM Lab as a joint resource for collecting and disseminating current information about knowledge management products
- use demonstration versions of software for research and learning purposes
- participate in industry briefings on vendor products and services in the knowledge management domain.
The arrangements are for non commercial purposes and aim to inform University teaching staff and students, and staff of Enterprise Knowledge about state of the art knowledge management products on the Australian market.
Confidentiality of vendor information is maintained by both parties.
RMIT University - Enterprise Knowledge award for excellence
We are delighted to sponsor an award in the School of Business IT and Logistics at RMIT University. 'The Enterprise Knowledge Award' is given to a student who has demonstrated outstanding engagement and achievement in the subject 'LIBR1016 Professional Issues and Practice'.
Jaye Weatherburn is this year's winner. Jaye is in her final semester of a Master of Information Management. She holds a Diploma of Professional Writing and Editing from RMIT University and a Bachelor of Film and Television from the Victorian College of the Arts. Jaye works as Information Project Officer for Australian Policy Online at Swinburne University of Technology, where she has been investigating and implementing Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) for policy research as part of an Australian National Data Service (ANDS)-funded project. She is also an Editorial Assistant for the Australian Library Journal, and helped to establish a Data Management Group which facilitates discussion and networking for information professionals in the fields of open access, data management and technology, (see <https://datamanagementgroup.wordpress.com>). Jaye is interested in tackling the challenges associated with digital collection appraisal and management, preservation, and archiving, with a particular focus on applying best practice for ensuring important legacy collections make effective transitions into the digital world. Jaye is also engaged with the thinking of Radical Librarians and wants to help address serious privacy and social justice issues facing contemporary societies.
Enterprise Knowledge runs a series of free, regular product briefings for a range of clients, interested organisations and business associates. This is generally in the areas of electronic document or content management, business intelligence, workflow, imaging, e-business infrastructure, web content management, ICR/OCR, forms management, plus sometimes hardware sets (eg. scanning equipment).
The briefings are provided by established and new vendors in the Australian market.
Sessions are about two hours and include a viewing of the product set and an overview of the vendor company.
Vendors if you want to give a briefing on your product, contact Judith Ellis, or phone 61 412 566 124.
There are about 70+ organisations currently attending these events. You can also provide publicity information freely to the group. We can provide a venue and refreshments if needed.
Interested in attending? If you would like to send a representative to a briefing session and be on our email list, contact Judith Ellis, or phone 61 412 566 124 and we will keep you up to date with the program.