Archived Conference Info
- e-Records Conference 2017: Information Governance
- e-Records Conference 2016: At the Intersection of Technology and Records Management
- e-Records Conference 2015: V3: Volume, Velocity, Variety
You can request info about previous e-Records conferences.
The annual e-Records Conference will be in person this year on Friday, November 18, 2022. The theme is Discovering the Path Forward.
This event is organized by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) and co-sponsored by the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) to promote electronic records management in Texas government. The conference gathers records management and information technology staff from the state and local level together to learn from each other by sharing case studies, solutions, best practices, challenges, and lessons learned.
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission and the Texas Department of Information Resources have co-sponsored this annual event since 2000.
CALL FOR SPEAKERS
UPDATE! The deadline for submitting presentation proposals is extended to August 19.
We are now accepting presentation proposals from state government organizations (state agencies, universities), local governments, vendors, and subject matter experts from various organizations. TSLAC and DIR are looking for learner-focused presentations that build core skills or share practical knowledge and experience related to the conference theme.
A presentation must include 1-2 presenters or 3-4 panelists and a moderator. The presenter(s) or panelists should address at least one suggested topic during a 45 or 75-minute session.
For more information about the call for presentations, including a list of suggested topics, see this recent blog post. If you are interested in presenting, complete the online presentation proposal submission form.
Information about registration coming later this year.
About e-Records 2022
Discovering the Path Forward is the theme of this year's conference, our first in person since 2019. Accelerated by necessity over the past three years, Texas government adopted new technologies and digitalized existing processes to continue serving with minimal disruption. Our stakeholders' expectations about when, where, and how they access their government also continue to evolve. This conference is your opportunity to learn from your colleagues and other records and information management professionals to discover how electronic records are transforming Texas to meet present and future challenges.
You can access recordings of the 2021 conference sessions on The Texas Record.
More information coming soon.form. Submissions are due August 5.
Commons Conference Center
The J. Neils Thompson Commons Building (TCB)
10100 Burnet Road
Austin, TX 78758
Located at the southwest corner of Burnet Road and Braker Lane, within the main complex of the J.J. Pickle Research Campus.
Parking has been prepaid by the conference. Parking passes will be emailed before conference. Park in a designated Visitor space and display your parking pass on dash. Vehicles not displaying a parking pass or not parked in a Visitor space may be ticketed by UT Police.
There is no designatd hotel for this event. The Commons Conference Center maninatins a list of area hotels within three miles of their location.
Exhibitors at the 2022 conference will be listed here when they confirm.
The Call for Exhibitors will go out soon. Information about becoming an exhibitor at the 2022 conference will be posted here.
Registration & Attendees: Contact SLRM at 512-463-7610 or email@example.com
Speakers: Contact Joshua Clark at 512-936-0270 or jclark at tsl.texas.gov
Exhibitor information: Contact Mark Leavenworth at mark.leavenworth at dir.texas.gov
Billing and Invoice: Contact Jansie Martin at 512-463-5512 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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