Pineville, NC (October 25, 2021) – ARMA International Educational Foundation (AIEF) is proud to announce the publication of Volume 1 of its Peer Reviewed Journal (PRJ) devoted to quality, independent research on topics related to information and records management. In this issue of the Journal, the Foundation includes cited research articles related to the theme of information management and records in the age of crisis management, business continuity, and economic support via records of the public.
The “ARMA International Educational Foundation Peer Reviewed Journal” is available at AIEF Peer Review Journal Volume 1.
The articles and their authors are as follows:
- “Potential Risks that U.S. Businesses Face with the Collection and Retention of Employee Medical Data throughout the COVID‑19 Pandemic” by Megan Butcher, CRM, CIPP/US, ITIL and Grant Voss, Esq., CIPP/US
- “Never Waste a Crisis”: A Holistic Approach to Privacy, Transparency and Secrecy for Records Resilience” by Darra Hofman, PhD, JD, MSLS
- “The Importance of AI and Semantic Approaches to Information Retrieval for COVID 19 Literature” by Petar Veljko, Smart Info Management Service
This publication and other research reports are available at no charge to interested information management professionals at: https://armaedfoundation.org/research-program_menu/research-reports/
The Foundation is a leading organization that embraces the practical and scholarly knowledge of information management by funding and promoting research, scholarship, and educational opportunities for information management professionals. The Foundation is a non-profit corporation with 501(c) 3 tax exempt status in the US. For additional information, please visit: https://armaedfoundation.org/ We welcome all information management professionals to join us on social media.