Registration is Now Open

July 11th, 2014

8:30 am – 4:00 pm

The University of Texas at Tyler

Click here to register

Registration Closes at 5pm on Monday, July 7th.

This summer we are experimenting with a new, more interactive meeting format. Three brief consecutive presentations in the morning will be followed by simultaneous interactive break-out sessions in the afternoon. The goal will be to facilitate in-depth discussion and lasting collaboration. The afternoon sessions will be hands-on so participants should bring a laptop with access to Microsoft Excel. Be prepared to share and discuss projects you are working on or thinking about at your institution in the realm of qualitative data, space use, or planning assessment.

Schedule:

8:30                 Complimentary Breakfast

9:15                 NTLA Business, Karen Harker

9:30-10:00       Qualitative Analysis, Terra Bianchi & Margo Duncan

10:15-10:45     Space Use Assessment, Tiffany LeMaistre & Zoltán Szentkirályi

11:00-11:45     Planning an Assessment Project, Laurel Crawford & Alex Werner

12:00-1:00       Lunch

1:00-3:30         Interactive Break Out Sessions (simultaneous)

                             Qualitative Analysis

                             Space Use Assessment

                             Planning an Assessment Project

3:30-4:00        Wrap-up/Download, Danelle Toups

Location & Parking:

The University of Texas at Tyler is located at:

3900 University Blvd.

Tyler, Texas 75799

For maps and driving directions to campus click here.

After you register for NTLA you will receive a parking pass via e-mail. You can park in the P10 lot directly outside of the library. For more information click here.

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