October 11, 2022 | View Recording
Speakers: Hannah Bergman, National Archives and Records Administration; Lois Hamill, Northern Kentucky University; Sheilah Brous, Maryland Department of Transportation
While repositories generally aim to provide access to their records, restrictions based on copyright and privacy laws are sometimes necessary. These restrictions can become even more difficult to enforce when dealing with the unique properties of born digital materials, the sheer volume of electronic records generated, and the security issues inherent in their storage and access. Join us for a panel discussion on the topics of FOIA, confidentiality, and copyright, as they intersect with electronic records at national, state, and local institutions.
Archivist Practitioners, Archivist Managers, and/or Records Analysts/Managers.
No technical expertise is required.#SERITrainingRecordings#ERDayRecordings
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