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Records & Information Management 101 Workshop

  • BBVA Compass 5800 North Mopac Blvd Austin, TX 78731 (map)

Some of the most important assets your company/agency has are the records and information produced during the normal course of business.  Managing those assets can be challenging at best.  The ultimate goal of a records and information program is to provide the right information to the right person, at the right time, in a cost-efficient and effective manner.

Please join us for a basic records and information management workshop that will provide valuable guidance needed to manage your information assets.


                       Basic Records and Information Management

                       Electronic/Paper records

                       Vital Records and Disaster Planning

Marianna Symeonides
Records Manager
Records Management Services
The University of Texas at Austin

Marianna Symeonides earned her Master of Science in Information Studies from The School of Information at The University of Texas at Austin, and soon thereafter became a Government Information Analyst at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. In that position, she provided records management training and consulting to Texas state agencies and local governments while also assisting with updates to retention schedules and administrative rules. In her current position as records manager at The University of Texas at Austin, she is responsible for developing and leading records management training, overseeing final disposition of records, records storage, helping UT Austin staff understand the records retention schedule, and assisting with the development of the university records management program and policies.

ARMA International:

ARMA International is a not-for-profit professional association and the authority on governing information as a strategic asset. Originally, ARMA was the acronym for the Association of Records Managers and Administrators. Over the years, we have seen a broadening of the profession as records management has become a recognized and integral part of information governance, which is key to doing business. To reflect the changing environment and this "expansion" of the profession, the association's Board of Directors decided to discontinue using ARMA as an acronym and adopted "ARMA International" as a general descriptor of the association. 

Austin ARMA Chapter:

*Registrations should be received by Tuesday, December 8, 2015 *

Workshop Agenda

  • 8:00 am to   8:30 am    Registration
  • 8:30 am to   8:35 am   Announcements & Introduction
  • 8:35 am to 11:30 am   Workshop
  • Breaks will be taken
  • Light Refreshments will be available
  • 11:30pm to 12:00pm  Close Workshop


  • $25.00 for Members
  • $35 for Non-Members  

Click here for Registration Form (pdf)  (word)

Earlier Event: November 17
TSLAC e-Records Conference 2015
Later Event: December 16
2015 Austin ARMA Chapter Holiday Party