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 PNAIRP Conference 1998

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Dear colleague,

Plan to join your colleagues in Spokane October 22 and 23 for the twentieth annual PNAIRP Conference. This year's theme is Putting it All Together: IR After the '90s. We'll be looking at some of the issues that are challenging us - things like measuring institutional effectiveness/performance, assessing student learning, strategic planning, supporting implementation of institutional change - and trying to find some threads of coherence that link them.

Keynote

Helping us to weave our growing variety of IR responsibilities into a context of student learning and assessment will be Dr. William (Bill) S. Moore, Coordinator for Student Outcomes/Assessment from the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges in Washington State. Bill will make a keynote presentation Thursday afternoon. Bill has been a part of the Washington State assessment initiative since its inception. He has been instrumental in developing a faculty-centered approach to assessment in the state's two-year colleges. Over the past several years, he has conducted presentations and workshops at a variety of conferences and institutions focusing on his primary areas of research interest and expertise: student outcomes assessment, organizational change issues, teaching-learning concerns, and student intellectual development. Some PNAIRPers have had the good fortune of working directly with Bill during this time. Others have been able to share in his ideas and the work of the Washington Assessment Group (WAG) through that group's newsletter. Bill is looking forward to meeting with us. This will be an opportunity to share with colleagues on the instructional side of our institutions.

Plan to join us for PNAIRP Conference '98. It promises to be an enriching professional experience.

Where ?


The Conference will be held in a wonderful new facility, the Spokane Intercollegiate Research & Technology Institute - SIRTI. The SIRTI was created by the Washington State Legislature in 1989 in response to a community vision for creating a regional resource dedicated to economic development. Five higher education institutions participate in the cooperative SIRTI effort: Washington State University, Eastern Washington University, Gonzaga University, Whitworth College, and the Community Colleges of Spokane. For more information about SIRTI visit http://www.sirti.org/index.html and http://www.sirti.org/SIRTI_Facilities/Tours/tour_rhep.html shows the location of the SIRTI and immediate area which includes Gonzaga University and the Conference hotel.

 

How to get to the PNAIRP 1998 Conference


If you're flying into Spokane, the River Inn supplies complimentary airport shuttles. In the baggage claim area of the Spokane airport, use any courtesy phone labeled "River Inn," "Ridpath," or any other "Cavanaugh's" facility. All can respond with a shuttle to the River Inn.


If you're driving, the following directions are from the airport. (If you're not flying but are driving east on I-90, simply pick up the directions from "Exit I-90 at Division Street".)


To the River Inn from the airport:

Take the airport road to I-90 East (not Business 90). Exit I-90 at Division Street. At the traffic light, which is the junction of the exit ramp and Division Street, turn left (north). Travel approximately 10 blocks north. As soon as you cross the Spokane River, immediately turn right into the parking lot of the River Inn.


To SIRTI from the airport:

Take the airport road to I-90 East (not Business 90). Exit I-90 at Division Street. At the traffic light, which is the junction of the exit ramp and Division Street, turn left (north). Travel approximately 8 blocks north to Trent Avenue. Turn right (east) on Trent. Take the second left, which is Riverpoint Blvd. Note that Riverpoint is a loop from Trent back to Trent - you are taking the second left turn onto Riverpoint. SIRTI is the large building on your right, on the NE corner of Trent and Riverpoint. No parking permits are required for the parking lot adjacent to the building.


Walkers from the River Inn to SIRTI:

Without crossing Division Street, cross the river on the Division Street bridge. On the south side of the river a staircase drops down to river level and the blacktop Centennial Trail. Proceed east upriver on the Centennial Trail past the first large building (Marriott Courtyard). Cut through the parking lot labeled "Riverpoint One" on the web site map, then continue east on Riverpoint Blvd to the SIRTI building, which is the only major campus building on the left side of Riverpoint Blvd.
--or--
Follow the footpath outside the River Inn toward Gonzaga University (remain on the north side of the river and walk away from Division Street). You'll pass the Jundt Art Center and Museum and skirt the lower portion of the Gonzaga University campus. Your total time walking should be about 7 to 10 minutes until you reach the Kardong Footbridge, which crosses the river. After crossing this colorful bridge, the SIRTI is the complex you'll see immediately ahead of you--2 more minutes.


The following web sites are good: a map to SIRTI from I-90 and a more detailed map of the Riverpoint campus. Note that the River Inn is directly across the river from the Riverpoint campus via Division Street (on the NE corner of the Spokane River and Division Street).

 

http://pageboy.sirti.org/SIRTI_Transportation/index.html

http://pageboy.sirti.org/SIRTI_Transportation/index.html

http://pageboy.sirti.org/SIRTI_Facilities/Tours/tour_rhep.

http://pageboy.sirti.org/SIRTI_Facilities/Tours/tour_rhep.html


These are on an old SIRTI web site. If you'd like more information about SIRTI in general, the new web site is http://www.sirti.org.

 

Accommodation

 

Lodging has been arranged with Cavanaugh's River Inn ( http://www.cavanaughs.com ) at 700 N. Division, Spokane, WA 99201. A block of rooms has been booked for October 21-22, 1998 with individual reservations due by October 7 (after that date, unreserved rooms will be released). The group reservation rate is $67.21 per night for single queen, or $77.21 for two to four people, plus 10.1% tax. You need to identify that you are with PNAIRP to receive the group rate. Please call 509/326-5577 or 800/325-4000 to make your reservations.

 

The hotel is located on the banks of the scenic Spokane River and we'll be able to use a convenient walking/bicycle path along the River to walk to the SIRTI (a pleasant 5 to 10 minute stroll). The hotel is also within easy walking distance to the Riverfront Park, site of the 1974 World's Fair, and to downtown Spokane. The downtown business and commercial center is linked by an extensive 15-block skywalk system with a multitude of restaurants, theaters, and attractions (take a virtual tour of Spokane and learn more about the city and its rich history).

Conference Program

Putting it All Together: IR After the '90s
Spokane Intercollegiate of Research & Technology Institute (SIRTI)
Spokane, Washington
October 21-23, 1998

Wednesday, October 21, 1998

Conference Registration
5:30 - 7:30 PM in Shoreline Ballroom A at Cavanaugh’s River Inn

Executive Committee Meeting and Dinner
6:30 - 8:30 PM in the Northridge Room at Cavanaugh’s River Inn

Early Bird Reception
7:00 – 9:00 PM in Shoreline Ballroom A at Cavanaugh’s River Inn

Thursday, October 22, 1998

Conference Registration
7:00 AM – Noon in the main entry hall at SIRTI

Continental Breakfast
7:00 – 8:30 AM in Room 201C at SIRTI

Newcomers Session
7:15 – 8:00 AM (Pick up breakfast and move to Room 429 at SIRTI)
Session Chair: Ron Urban, Whitman College

We would like to extend a heartfelt welcome to all new PNAIRPers! Join in a discussion of the function of institutional research and learn about resources available through PNAIRP, AIR, and your colleagues. Veteran PNAIRPers are also welcome to attend and meet our newest members.

Welcome and Opening Remarks
8:00 – 8:15 AM in Room 201C at SIRTI

Jerry Finch, PNAIRP President
Lyle Anderson, Executive Director of SIRTI
Ellen Hoffman, Local Arrangements Chair
Craig Taylor, Conference ’98 Program Chair

Concurrent Workshops A & B
8:30 - 10:20 AM
Participants may register to attend either Workshop A or B, OR attend Paper Session I & II (see below).

Workshop A: Statistics for IR
Instructor: Archie George, University of Idaho
Location: Room 326 at SIRTI
Capacity: 30 participants

This workshop is intended for those who need an introductory or refresher course in the use of statistics in institutional research with an emphasis on choice of technique, assumptions, convention, and interpretation of statistics in common institutional research analysis. Participants will become better informed about the possibilities and limitations of statistical analyses. The workshop will cover basic statistics, including contingency tables, chi-square, correlation, regression, analysis of variance, and covariance. (Note. Participants in this workshop are encouraged to register for Workshop D, Using SPSS.)

Workshop B: MS Access for IR Professionals--Intermediate
Instructor: Sylvia Sandoz, Lane Community College
Location: Computer Lab in Room 323 at SIRTI
Capacity: 18 participants

This hands-on workshop will focus on creating queries, linking tables (and queries) and producing reports using the grouping and sorting features. We will not cover creating tables and will not work with forms, macros or modules. Beginners, who are new to MS Access, but familiar with databases, can gain insights into what MS Access offers. Beginners who are new to databases will probably feel lost. All participants should be comfortable with Windows 95 (opening and closing files). Sylvia has taught Access and other PC software courses over the past 10 years.

Paper Session I
8:30 - 9:20 AM

Developing a Retention Study
Presenter: Bob Anderson, Chemeketa Community College
Location: Room 325 at SIRTI

This presentation will describe the process by which a computer system was developed for retention studies at Chemeketa Community College. In addition, the methods for reporting retention and completion statistics will be discussed and demonstrated.

Paper Session II
9:30 – 10:20 AM

Student Completion and Satisfaction: A Comparison of Delivery Formats
Presenter: Patty Beatty-Guenter, North Island College
Location: Room 325 at SIRTI

This presentation will discuss research which compares student completion rates and satisfaction across three types of course delivery: regular distance (book in a box format), videoconference (satellite communication), and traditional scheduled classroom delivery. North Island College has two classes (Introductory Sociology and Introductory Psychology) that have been offered in all three formats. Students were surveyed during the summer of 1998, and this paper presents the initial results of the study.

Mid-morning Break
10:15 – 10:30 AM in Room 201C at SIRTI 

Concurrent Workshops C & D
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Participants may register to attend either Workshop C or D, OR attend Paper Sessions III & IV (see below).

Workshop C: Getting Beyond the Victorian Era--Aids to Facilitating Change at Your Institution
Instructor: Valerie Hodge, Bellevue Community College
Location: Room 326 at SIRTI
Capacity: 30 participants

"Change must be accepted when it can no longer be resisted." -- Queen Victoria
Does it seem that some of your faculty, administrators, and staff are stuck in the Victorian era? Do you long to help make the processes of change work better at your institution? This session will provide some key insights and techniques to help you better understand reactions to change and how to work more effectively to assist in the implementation of change at your institution. Materials used in this session were obtained during attendance at an AIR ’98 Forum workshop, "Facilitating Change", presented by Michael Matier and Peter Hurst, Cornell University.

Workshop D: Using SPSS 8.0 for the Beginner
Instructor: Flora Yen, Portland Community College
Location: Computer Lab in Room 323 at SIRTI
Capacity: 18 participants

Flora has been using SPSS for the past five years and attended the AIR Train-the-Trainer AIR ’98 Forum workshop for SPSS 8.0. Designed for the SPSS beginner, this workshop will cover the basics of data definition, data entry, and data management. Then through hands-on exercises, participants will learn how to run frequently used procedures in data analysis and to report their results. A brief overview of other features of this powerful software will be included. (Note: To maximize the SPSS learning experience, participants who need a refresher in basic statistics are encouraged to register for Workshop A: Statistics for IR.)

Paper Session III
10:30 - 11:20 AM

Student Outcomes--A Comprehensive BC Experience
Presenters: Joseph Calado, Centre for Education Information; Ken Burt, Okanagan University College; and Tom Gaylord, GDA Research and Information Systems, Inc.
Location: Room 325 at SIRTI

British Columbia has been collecting student outcomes data for over 10 years. In that time, institutional and agency partnerships have developed, which have contributed to the quality and depth of outcomes data. Technology also has become a key factor in BC post-secondary education outcomes research. This presentation will provide an overview of the goals, objectives, methods, key partnerships and participant project roles of an important student outcomes project. The presentation will focus on the various technologies used to collect, manage, and analyze data and to report findings.

Paper Session IV
11:30 AM – 12:20 PM

Integrating Students into Institutional Research and Assessment
Presenters: Wendy Lapic-Hall, Wei Djao, and Marcia Barton, North Seattle Community College
Location: Room 325 at SIRTI

Can students, through a structured classroom curriculum, become active and productive players in campus institutional research and assessment activities? This paper describes a project undertaken at North Seattle Community College that explored this issue. Students who enrolled in a learning community course learned about institutional research and then applied their skills and knowledge through a series of focus groups investigating the experience of AA degree students intending to transfer.

Lunch
12:30 – 1:20 PM in Room 201C at SIRTI
(1:00 – 1:15 AIR Forum ’99 update, Jack Bautsch and Laura Saunders) 

Keynote Presentation
1:30 – 2:30 PM in the auditorium, Room 122 at Riverpoint 1

Balancing Proof and Faith: Authentic Institutional Research in a Cold New World
Speaker: William S. Moore, Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges

Dr. William (Bill) S. Moore, Coordinator for Student Outcomes/Assessment from the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges in Washington State will be helping us to weave our growing variety of IR responsibilities into a context of student learning and assessment. Bill has been a part of the Washington State assessment initiative since its inception. He has been instrumental in developing a faculty-centered approach to assessment in the state's two-year colleges. Over the past several years, he has conducted presentations and workshops at a variety of conferences and institutions focusing on his primary areas of research interest and expertise: student outcomes assessment, organizational change issues, teaching-learning concerns, and student intellectual development. This will be an opportunity to share with colleagues on the instructional side of our institutions.

Remarks and Discussion
2:30 – 3:00 PM in the auditorium, Room 122 at Riverpoint 1

Immediately following the keynote address, PNAIRPers will have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss Bill’s presentation.

Mid-afternoon Break
3:00 – 3:30 PM in the lobby of the auditorium at Riverpoint 1

Showcase Session
3:30 – 5:00 PM in the auditorium, Room 122 at Riverpoint 1

Year after year these "mini-presentations" have been rated the most informative and popular feature of the conference. Presenters from around the region give brief reports on their current work.

#1 Are We Having Fun Yet? Results of a Staff Satisfaction Survey
Presenter: Kerri Fletcher
Kerri will present the results of a staff satisfaction survey conducted by the Administrative Staff Council at Pacific Lutheran University.

#2 The Urban Universities Portfolio Project: Assuring Quality for Multiple Publics
Presenters: Kathi Ketcheson and Juliette Stoering, Portland State University
The Portfolio Project is a national initiative aimed at developing a new medium, the institutional portfolio, for communicating about the work and effectiveness of urban public higher education. The three-year project brings together six urban public comprehensive universities to create institutional portfolios that will enhance understanding of the distinguishing features and missions of urban universities, and enhance the capacity of these universities to communicate their effectiveness in achieving their missions. Kathi and Juliette will discuss IR’s role in the Portfolio Project at Portland State University.

#3 The Assessment Coaching Team: Moving Faculty Culture from "What? Me Worry About Assessment?" to "Just Do It"
Presenter: Mary Brau, Lane Community College
Mary will discuss a current Lane Community College project to train ten faculty across campus to serve as coaches. These "coaches" are helping to facilitate, monitor, or jump-start the process of program assessment at the department level as part of a faculty led "Strategic Learning Initiative" fostering systematic change throughout the college.

#4 The Freshman Voice: Students Describe their Most and Least Satisfying First-Year Experience
Presenter: Judy Ouimet, Whitman College
Judy will discuss the results of a freshman survey conducted at Whitman College and three large research universities. She will present a taxonomy created using qualitative data to provide a comparison of the research universities to one private liberal arts college.

#5 Community Needs Survey: A Learning Experience
Presenter: Melissa Banks and Patricia Robertson, Clackamas Community College
Clackamas Community College conducted a series of three telephone surveys over a fifteen month period to assess needs and interest in college services. Melissa and Patricia will discuss what they learned from the survey process and suggest modifications for subsequent surveys.

#6 Web Site Resources for Outcomes Based Education
Presenter: Darryl Dieter
Darryl will review several of the many web sites that deal with the topic of Outcomes Based Education. These sites can be valuable tools as we develop reports directed to external audiences or conduct our own in-house assessments.

Reception
5:15 – 7:30 PM in Room 201C at SIRTI

Please join us for wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres. The reception provides an opportunity to unwind, catch up with colleagues, and make dinner plans for the evening.

Friday, October 23, 1998

Conference Registration
7:00 – 9:00 AM at the main entry hall of SIRTI

Continental Breakfast
7:00 – 8:30 AM in Room 201 C at SIRTI

Parallel Interest Groups (PIGS)
7:00 – 8:00 AM in Room 201 C at SIRTI

Meet with your colleagues to discuss issues of interest to your sector. The four parallel interest groups are:

    • Public Four-year Schools--Session Chair: Anji Duchi, University of Oregon
    • Public Two-year Schools--Session Chair: Doug Whittaker, Tacoma Community College
    • Private Schools--Session Chair: Jerry Finch, Seattle Pacific University
    • Boards and Agencies--Session Chair: Tom North, Oregon University System

Announcements
8:00 – 8:15 AM in Room 201 C at SIRTI

Craig Taylor, Conference ’98 Program Chair
Ellen Hoffman, Local Arrangements Chair

Workshop E
8:30 - 10:20 AM
Participants may register to attend Workshop E, OR attend a combination of Paper Session V, Paper Session VI, the Discussion Session, or the Panel Session (see below).

MS PowerPoint for IR
Instructor: Loretta Seppanen, Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges
Location: Computer Lab in Room 323 at SIRTI
Capacity: 18 participants

Learn to use MS PowerPoint to enhance presentation (i.e., increase audience attention and retention of information). A "hands-on" session will cover a range of activities, from basic procedures like designing quality graphs, to more advanced activities like animating graphics and ungrouping and regrouping clip art to achieve the visual impact you desire.

Paper Session V and Discussion Session (Concurrent Sessions)
8:30 - 9:20 AM

Paper Session V: Qualitative Approaches to Institutional Research in the Community College
Presenter: Daniel A. Weinstein, Lower Columbia College
Location: Room 325 at SIRTI

Institutional research in most post-secondary institutions is quite practical and pragmatic, and IR professionals strive for as much efficiency as possible in their work. Accordingly, the institutional research methodology traditionally selected has been a standard protocol of widely accepted quantitative methods. However, the complexity and variability of college campuses is undeniable and they challenge IR professionals to reexamine many of the assumptions that go into their research designs. The alternative to quantitative methodology is qualitative methodology. Qualitative methods are constructivist, naturalistic, and interpretive. Reality is subjective and multifaceted as seen by the participants in a qualitative study. The main purpose of qualitative research is to let the data establish the research design, theoretical paradigm, and future questions asked. This session will examine qualitative approaches and their use.

Discussion Session: Survey Software
Discussion Leader: Patricia Robertson, Chemeketa Community College
Location: Room 429 at SIRTI

For those using or interested in using survey software, this is an opportunity to discuss your experiences and raise questions.

Paper Session VI and Panel Session (Concurrent Sessions)
9:30 – 10:20 AM

Paper Session VI: Implementing a Locally Developed General Education Outcomes Assessment Instrument
Presenters: Wendy Lapic-Hall, Wei Djao, and Marcia Barton, North Seattle Community College
Location: Room 325 at SIRTI

Faculty at North Seattle Community College developed a survey instrument to assess students’ self-perceived gains in general education outcomes. The instrument was designed to look globally across the institution to determine where the greatest gains were being realized and where shortcomings existed. Survey results last year provided the basis for a substantial faculty discussion, resulting in another project involving curriculum revision.

Panel Session: From Data to Decisions--Moving an Institution from Research to Decisions
Panelists: Susan Bach, Portland Community College; Jack Bautsch, Seattle Central Community College; and Valerie Hodge, Bellevue Community College
Location: Room 429 at SIRTI

Panelists will share their views of factors that are important in moving an institution from research findings to decisions that result in institutional change. Questions and discussion will be key elements of this session.

Mid-morning Break
10:15 – 10:30 AM in Room 201 C at SIRTI

Workshop F
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Participants may register to attend Workshop F, OR attend Paper Sessions VII and VIII (see below).

MS Access for IR--Advanced
Instructor: Tod Massa, Willamette University
Location: Computer Lab in Room 323 at SIRTI
Capacity: 18 participants

This workshop will introduce participants to intermediate and advanced concepts in using the report engine in MS Access. Topics to be covered include subreports, subqueries, custom VBA functions, and special effects. The workshop will conclude with a discussion on creating highly complex reports. Prerequisites: Knowledge of Access and the report engine and knowledge of Windows 95/98/NT 4.0.

Paper Session VII
10:30 - 11:20 AM

Toward a Seamless Curriculum: Measuring the Success of Students Transferring from Bellevue Community College to the University of Washington
Presenter: Nina Oman, University of Washington, and Valerie Hodge, Bellevue Community College
Location: Room 325 at SIRTI

This collaborative project will examine how Bellevue Community College transfer students perform in courses at the University of Washington when they have taken the prerequisite courses at BCC. The overall goal is to determine if there are patterns evident in success or non-success, which can be strengthened by tightening the curricular links between the two institutions.

Paper Session VIII
11:30 AM – 12:20 PM

Institutional Research Leading to Action
Presenters: Jack Bautsch and Cheri Garcia, Seattle Central Community College
Location: Room 325 at SIRTI

Findings from the Community College Student Experiences Questionnaire (CCSEQ), administered in December, 1996 at Seattle Central Community College, caused concern among college leaders because students reported the curriculum less challenging and the environment less hospitable than college personnel expected or desired. These findings were presented and discussed at planning retreats, and focus groups are being created to explore what the students really meant by their responses. Activities addressing concerns found in the survey are being organized. Presenters will discuss the key events and interesting questions of methodology in this example of institutional research to initiate and guide action.

Lunch and Annual Business Meeting
12:30 – 1:30 PM in Room 201 C at SIRTI

Closing Remarks
1:30 – 2:00 PM in Room 201C at SIRTI


NEWCOMERS & MENTORS

Attention Newcomers!  Is this your first PNAIRP conference? If you answered "yes" then the PNAIRP Mentoring Program is for you. Indicate your interest to participate in the Mentoring Program on the Registration Form and PNAIRP will assign you a seasoned veteran PNAIRPer to serve as your mentor. Your mentor will make arrangements to get acquainted with you before the conference, if possible, and plan to touch base with you a couple times throughout the conference, answering your questions and generally providing a familiar face in the crowd of PNAIRPers. If you have any questions, please call the program chair, Ron Urban of Whitman College at (509) 527-5980 or e-mail urban@whitman.edu.

Attention Oldtimers! Would you like to be a mentor to a new PNAIRPer? If yes, please indicate your willingness to volunteer for the Mentoring Program on the Registration Form. Mentors should make arrangements to get acquainted with their mentees before the conference, if possible, and plan to touch base a couple times throughout the conference, answering questions and generally providing a familiar face in the crowd of PNAIRPers. If you have any questions, please call the program chair, Ron Urban of Whitman College at (509) 527-5980 or e-mail urban@whitman.edu.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING CONFERENCE ’98 REGISTRATION FORMS

  1. PLEASE FILL IN THE TOP PORTION OF THE REGISTRATION FORM IN ADDITION TO COMPLETING THE  MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM. WE NEED BOTH FORMS (the registration and membership forms have been posted to our web site so that you can PRINT the forms and send them via snail mail to the PNAIRP secretary. We are unable to process registration on line at this time).

  2. PLEASE DO NOT SEND $30 FOR MEMBERSHIP IN ADDITION TO THE $115 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE! THE MEMBERSHIP FEE IS INCLUDED IN THE $115 REGISTRATION FEE: $85 + $30 = $115. PLEASE BE SURE YOUR BUSINESS OFFICE IS AWARE OF THIS.

  3. REFER TO THE PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE PROGRAM FOR WORKSHOP DAYS, TIMES, AND DESCRIPTIONS. E-MAIL JULIETTE STOERING AT (503) 725-3427 WITH QUESTIONS ABOUT WORKSHOP AVAILABILITY AFTER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9.

  4. FROM THE LIST OF CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS, CHOOSE UP TO FOUR, IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE, BY PLACING "1", "2", "3", OR "4" NEXT TO YOUR CHOICES. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU CAN, BUT DO NOT NEED TO REGISTER FOR A WORKSHOP DURING EACH TIME SLOT BECAUSE PAPER SESSIONS ARE ALSO SCHEDULED AT THOSE TIMES.

  5. EXAMPLE

    Conference Workshops Choices 1-4

    WORKSHOP A: Statistics for IR                   1
    WORKSHOP B: MS Access--Intermediate   -
    WORKSHOP C: Aids to Facilitating Change  -
    WORKSHOP D: Using SPSS--Beginner        2
    WORKSHOP E: MS PowerPoint for IR         3
    WORKSHOP F: MS Access--Advanced        -

  6. YOU WILL RECEIVE CONFIRMATION OF YOUR WORKSHOP REGISTRATION. WE WILL ATTEMPT TO PLACE YOU IN AT LEAST ONE OF YOUR TOP CHOICES. YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED IF THE WORKSHOPS YOU HAVE CHOSEN ARE FULL.

THANK YOU! ENJOY THE CONFERENCE!