Copyright and Data Protection Seminar - ARA,I/IRMS Ireland Training Event

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Archivists and Records Managers Joint Training Event

Copyright and Data Protection Seminar

Date: Tuesday, 18th September 2018
Time: 10am – 4.30pm

Venue: Royal Irish Academy
Dawson Street

Dublin 2

The Archives and Records Association, Ireland (ARA,I) and the Information and Records Management Society, Ireland (IRMS) have organised a joint training event on copyright and data protection.

The event will take the form of a series of four presentations followed by a seminar.

The day’s programme will be structured as follows:

10.00am Registration

10.30-11.20am Copyright in Digital Environments

Clare Lanigan, Education and Outreach Manager

Digital Repository of Ireland

11.20-11.30am Q+A

11.30-12.20pm Becoming compliant using Records Management

Dorothy Quinn, Digital Records Manager

Limerick City and County Council

12.20-12.30pm Q+A

12.30-1.30pm Lunch

1.30-2.20pm Copyright and orphan works

Professor Ronan Deazley, School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast

2.20-2.30pm Q+A

2.30-3.20pm GDPR and how it affects bodies covered by the National Archives Act

Niamh McDonnell, Senior Archivist, National Archives of Ireland

3.20-3.30pm Break

3.30-4.30pm Seminar (Q+A session with all four speakers)

Registration: is now open via Eventbrite: https://copyright-data-protection-seminar.eventbrite.ie ARA,I and IRMS members may attend at no charge. A light lunch will be provided but travel costs for attendees cannot be covered.

We would like to thank all of our speakers for their participation

About the speakers:

Clare Lanigan is Education and Outreach Manager for the Digital Repository of Ireland. Prior to taking on this role, she was DRI's Education and Outreach Coordinator from June 2015, in which role she developed the DRI Training programme 'Preparing Your Collection for DRI'. She also worked as a Research Assistant on the Social Repository of Ireland, a DRI partner project investigating the feasibility of archiving and preserving social media responses to Irish events. She has an academic background in history and has worked on cataloguing projects in the Royal Irish Academy Library and the Irish Film Archive, She has also worked in broadcast journalism and production.

Her areas of interest include digital and web archiving, audiovisual collection management, training and education in digital preservation, metadata standards and access policies.

Ronan Deazley is the Professor of Copyright Law at Queen’s University Belfast and has published extensively on the history and theory of copyright law. His current research concerns how copyright impacts access to our shared cultural heritage, online and across borders. Prof Deazley is also a qualified archivist.

Dorothy Quinn FIRMS MSc RM BSc Econ– Digital Records Manager at Limerick City and County Council has over 20 years’ experience in records management with a specific interest and expertise in electronic records management processes and archiving activities. Responsibilities also include developing a Business Classification Scheme, develop and roll out of the Document Management System, support and develop a culture of high quality records management, oversee the migration of data, supporting change management and training and managing the transfer of records in an organised controlled manner from one records management vendor to another.

Dorothy has recently been awarded a fellowship of the Information and Records Management Society (IRMS) and has been a keynote speaker at UK Conferences in 2017. A lifelong learner as she holds a Masters Information and Records Management and a certificate in Information Governance and a certificate in Project Management (Prince2). She has held the position of Chairman of the Information and Records Management Society (Ireland Group) from 2011 to 2013.

A wide ranging career to date as she has worked as a Data Governance Lead in Bord Gáis Energy in 2017-2018 and was the subject matter expert in their General Data Protection Regulation project as well as their Data Controller. Other roles she held were with the Houses of the Oireachtas, Iron Mountain, Kefron Consulting (formerly known as Archives Consulting Services) and Glenbeigh Records Management.

In 2017 she was President of Shannon Rowing Club who were celebrating their 150th Anniversary where she co-ordinated the transfer of their archive to Limerick City and County Council.

Dorothy was awarded Network Limerick Business Woman (Entrepreneur) of the Year 2012-2013 and Network Ireland Business Woman of the Year 2008-2009 as well as being elected president of Network Limerick in 2009.

Niamh McDonnell, Senior Archivist, National Archives of Ireland

Niamh McDonnell has worked in the National Archives for ten years. She was appointed Head of Current Records in January 2018. Her main area of responsibility is to oversee the implementation of section 7 of the National Archives Act, 1986 which governs the appraisal and disposal of records of state by government departments and bodies subject to the Act. She also provides advice to Departments of State in the archival management of their records and guidance on the implementation of GDPR and its compatibility with the National Archives Act, 1986. She will be the coordinator within the National Archives of the Public Service Records Management Plan for the Civil Service, which is due to begin in the Autumn. This is a 3 year project, in partnership with the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, to develop a records management framework for the Civil Service for both paper and born digital records.

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