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Saturday, August 18 • 10:30am - 11:30am
706 - Opportunities in Change: Transition to Functional Records Scheduling in Washington, Wyoming, and North Carolina [RIM]

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Although functional analysis is not a new approach, its broad application in three states provides models of how to divorce records scheduling from organizational hierarchies. The panelists discuss the successes and pitfalls of their varied approaches to creating and implementing functional schedules. They provide examples from their own professional experiences and invite Q&A participation from the audience.

Courtney Bailey: Transition to Functional Scheduling at the State Archives of North Carolina
Mike Strom: Transitioning to Functional Schedules in Wyoming
Russell Eric Wood: Functional Schedules in Washington State

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Courtney Bailey

Records Analyst, State Archives of North Carolina
Courtney Bailey is a Records Analyst for the State Archives of NC. She has an MSLS degree from the UNC Chapel Hill, with an ARM concentration. She serves on the publications board of the Society of North Carolina Archivists and on the steering committee of SAA's Records Management... Read More →

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Mike Strom

State Archivist, Wyoming State Archives
Mike Strom has been the Wyoming State Archivist since 2011. Before arriving in Cheyenne, Mike was the Senior Archivist at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. He began his career at Yale University as a processing archivist.
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Russell Wood

State Records Manager, Washington State Archives
Russell Wood has over 20 years' experience in archives and records management in both his native Australia and Washington State. For the past 10 years, he has headed Washington State Archives' program that provides advice, training, records retention schedules and other tools to... Read More →



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