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We publish Sagesse, the Journal of Canadian Records and Information Management

Sagesse [saʒεs]

Def: French word meaning wisdom, good sense, foresight and sagacity.

Sagesse: Journal of Canadian Records and Information Management, an ARMA Canada publication, is an electronic publication, available on the ARMA Canada website. It’s intended audience is Canadian records and information management (RIM) and information governance (IG) practitioners and students. This resource offers a hybrid approach to RIM-IG by showcasing practical and theoretical articles as well as publications and scholarly research focusing on Canadian issues, governance, concerns, laws, regulations, ethics, history, standards and practices.

Sagesse also welcomes articles from non-Canadians focusing on challenges to accepted methods of recordkeeping; soul-searching research in the RIM-IG industry; academic and pragmatic frameworks to understand our industry; the profession and to determine, is there a better way?

This publication is your vehicle to share your RIM-IG success stories, lessons learned, how-to-do aspects of RIM-IG, biographies of Canadian RIM pioneers and leaders in the industry and other research featuring RIM-IG topics.  Share your experiences as this is your publication;  we want to hear from you!

Sagesse White Papers

white paper is an authoritative report or guide that informs readers concisely about a complex issue. It is meant to help readers understand an issue.  Sagesse is incorporating white papers into their thought leadership on Information Governance.

To read our whitepapers, click the image.

Share your experiences.  We want to hear from you!

We are always on the lookout for contributors. The typical length of an article for Sagesse: Journal of Canadian Records and Information Management, an ARMA Canada publication, is between 10 to 20 pages that are single spaced.

Articles are peer reviewed and authors must sign a contract with ARMA Canada and retain copyright to their articles. Authors of published articles receive a $600 honourarium.

Interested in Contributing?

Review Sagesse’s earlier publications and use the form below to contact a member of our team for approval.