I'm running a session at the RMS conference on blogs and blogging and the relationship between Web2.0 technologies and records management.
These issues will become increasingly important over the coming year(s) so it's great we will have the space to discuss them, air our views and perhaps even find some agreement on how we move the agenda forward.
The questions I'd like to consider are
- how useful, interesting and important are blogs/Web2.0 technologies?
- can we build genuine online communities of interest?
- is this the start of a new revolution in records/information/knowledge management?
I don't expect everyone to experts in the subject. (I'll even give you a quick overview of how they all work if necessary.) But it should be a lively, interesting and, I hope, important debate for the future of records management...so join us