Selection Criteria

Proposals are reviewed by the ARMA Conference Education Committee (CEC). If your proposal is well thought out and pertinent to the subject matter of the conference, then your chances of being selected are strong.

The selection process follows a rigorous review of every finalized submission. Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed. ARMA seeks sessions that have a measurable impact and lead to workplace results for the participants and that are uniquely engaging and invite the participants to experience content application.  Successful submissions demonstrate sessions will:
  • Share best practices and innovations and build upon core skills
  • Ignite imaginations and showcase trends in information management and governance
  • Demonstrate clear key concepts, solutions, and takeaways for attendees
  • Supply real-world examples and practical takeaways
  • Be learner focused, creative, and engaging
Reviewers will look closely at the submissions for these criteria:
  • Completeness and appearance
  • Topic and purpose – must address relevant matters in the RIM/IG profession and align with the prescribed content categories and proposed topics
  • Learning objectives – to confirm they are results-oriented, real-world, and realistic
  • Use of performance tools, job aids, case studies, and examples, including but not limited to diagrams, tool kits, checklists, questionnaires, and more