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Complete Set of Recordings

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Includes the audio of all recorded sessions throughout this conference.

These are standard CD's of each recorded presentation and will play in any standard CD player.

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Complete Set of RecordingsPL1 Keynote Address: = 1.8 CME creditsPS1 Legislative Update and Ethics = 4.5 CME credits in Ethics
PL2 Ethics Panel: = 1.8 CME credits in EthicsA1 Domestic Violence & Appropriate Venues of Conflict Resolution = 1.8 CME credits in Domestic ViolenceA2 The Opening Statement: Fact & Fiction = 1.8 CME credits
A3 Family - Ethics = 1.8 CME credits in EthicsB1 Circuit - The Hand = 1.8 CME credits B2 Circuit - Cultural Diversity Issues = 1.8 CME credits
B3 Circuit - What Do You Mean? Communication Challenges & Suggestions = 1.8 CME credits C1 County - Advanced Mediation Training for County Mediators = 1.8 CME credits C2 County - Ethics = 1.8 CME credits in Ethics
C3 County - Impasse-Generating Movement Without Ceorsion = 1.8 CME credits Complete Set of RecordingsPL1 Opening Plenary Session = 0.9 CME Credits
PL2 Afternoon Plenary - Do You Need a Vision? = 1.2 CME CreditsPL3 Ethics Plenary - MEAC Panel = 2.2 CME Credits in EthicsA3 Diversity: The Impact of Language & Word Choices in Formal & Informal Settings = 1.8 CME Credits in Diversity
A4 Marketing for Mediators = 1.8 CME Credits A5 Professional Boundaries in the Field of Conflict Resolution = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics A10 The Trauma of Conflict: Signs, Symbols & Suggestions = 1.8 CME Credits
A11 Ethical Responsibilities: What You Need to Know = 1.8 CME Credits in EthicsA12 Tax Issues & Divorce Mediation = 1.8 CME CreditsB4 Diversity: Ethnic & Religious Conflicts: Proposing a Prescription for International Peace = 1.8 CME Credits in Diversity
B9 How Long is Long? = 1.8 CME Credits in EthicsB13 The Impact & Implications of Federal Income Taxes, ERISA & Medicare on Personal Injury and Damage Claims = 1.8 CME Credits C1 Diversity: Diversity Dialogues = 1.8 CME Credits in Diversity
C2 Community Responses to Family Violence = 1.8 CME Credits in Domestic ViolenceC4 Good Grief: A Multi-disciplinary Look at Grief & Divorce = 1.8 CME CreditsC7 Mediator Impartiality: Core Value or Optional Characteristic? = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics
C9 Deconstructing Messages = 1.8 CME Credits C11 Mediation Training: Principled & Practical Challenges = 1.8 CME Credits A1 Small Claims Game = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics
A2 Batterer MO’s: Lethality Assessments & Safety Planning for Victims of Domestic Violence = 1.8 CME Credits in Domestic ViolenceA6 An Interactive Ethical Refresher = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics A7 Mediating with Law Enforcement, Firefighters & Public Officials: Travails & Triumphs= 1.8 CME Credits
A8 Competence & Capacity: How to Ensure at Fit Between Parties & Mediation = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics A9 Appellate Mediation = 1.8 CME Credits B1 Zen of Mediation = 1.8 CME Credits
B2 Mediation vs Facilitation in Public Policy = 1.8 CME CreditsB3 Nuts & Bolts of Running A Successful ADR Practice = 1.8 CME CreditsB5 New Approaches to Decision-Making = 1.8 CME Credits
B6 Screening for Domestic Violence in Family Mediation = 1.8 CME Credits in Domestic ViolenceB7 Domestic Violence & Children: A Crying Shame = 1.8 CME Credits in Domestic ViolenceB10 Psychogeography: Impact of Party Placement at the Table = 1.8 CME Credits
C3 Tools for a Successful Dependency Mediation = 1.8 CME CreditsC5 Tap Into the “Super” Mediator Inside of You = 1.8 CME CreditsC6 Ethics of Advertising & Marketing = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics
C10 Welcome to the Fascinating World of Workers’ Comp Mediation = 1.8 CME Credits C12 Crisis Communication/Intervention Skills for Mediators = 1.8 CME Credits Complete Set of Recordings
1 Moving Toward Consolidation2 The Breakaway RIA Challenge3 Insurance Product Trends
4 How in Control are You? CEO Certification, a Year Later5 Clearing Firm Panel6 Regulatory Hot Topics
7 Recruiting, Rules and Roadblocks: The Business DecisionsYou Need to Consider 8 Advisory Marketplace: Define Your Strategy, Know Your Options9 Rep. Managed Platforms: Setup for Success or Future Challenges
10 Due Diligence: Who’s Minding the Store?11 Independent RIA? Broker-Dealer RIA? Dual Registration? This is...Advisory Idol!12 Manufacturing and Distribution: Creating “Win-Win” Relationships
13 Effectively Competing in the New Product Marketplace14 What Good Marketers Must Know to Survive!15 Workflow and Imaging
16 Innovation in Back Office Systems to Improve Results and Reduce CostsComplete Set of all recorded sessionsL1 The Dating Doctor, America's Real-Life Hitch -Finding Humor in Every Relationship
L3 AATH Presidents - past and present: AATH 101L4 Nurturing the Nurturers: Wisdom for Resilient CaregivingL5 Optimizing Laughter's Flashpoint
L6 Hands on Hecklers & Interactive Games to Unify Any CrowdL7 Wouldn't It be Easier to Just Get Mad??#@!?? L8 Greetings & Salad Dressing
L9 Let the Humor BeginL10 Take the Wheels of the Worry Bus; Attack Anxiety with HumorL11 Compassionate Laughter is What Were After!
L12 Humor is a Funny Thing L13 Media Panel:L14 Humor as a Serious Business Strategy
L15 Principles of Therapeutic Humor: A Personal ApproachL16 Shocked Scared & Survived; Breast Cancer Survivors' Stories of Humor's Coping PowerL17 Politics is Comedy
L18 Teaching is Too Important to Take SeriouslyL19 The Therapeutic Value of Humor: Exploring Beyond LaughterL20 Applied and Therapeutic Humor Involving Gestalt Intervention
L21 Learn to BE (Applied & Therapeutically) HumorousL22 Self-Publishing For Fun and ProfitL23 Come to You Senses
L24 Humor, Hughs and HopeL25 How Can You Not Laugh at a Time Like This?Complete Set of all recorded sessions
DS Developers’ SeminarMW Management Workshop 17 How to Invest in Self-Storage: Acquisition Strategies
K1 Keynote : Winning Strategies’ and Beyond1 Storage Development, Step by Step 2 Site Feasibility: Can You Still Get a Piece of the Pie?
3 Security and Risk Management4 The Top 10 Things to Consider When Designing Your Storage Site5 ‘Green’ Building and the Bottom Line
6 Taking Your Self-Storage Operation to Greater Heights7 Is Mobile Storage for You?8 Tailoring Developments to Todays Self-Storage Markets
9 Reasons to Invest in Boat and RV Storage10 What Brokers Do NOT Want You to Know About Buying Storage Properties11 When Your Tenant Files Bankruptcy
12 Conversions: Expanding Possibilities13 Personal Storage Warehouses: ‘Condos’ for Stuff! 14 Developing, Managing & Marketing for Success
15 Hot Legal Issues in Modern Self-Storage16 Managing Risk With Key Insurance Coverages18 Why Records Storage Is Hotter Than Ever!
19 Insurance: Protect Your Buildings, Protect Your Business 20 Your Facility and the Service Members Civil Relief Act (SCRA)21 The Internet: A Profitable Self-Storage Business Tool
22 ‘Large’ Profitability Secrets ‘Small’ Owners/Operators Should Know23 Alternative Management Methods24 The Multiple Benefit$ of Using Cost Segregation
25 Print vs. Internet Yellow Pages: Which Is Best for Self-Storage?26 Controlling Construction Costs27 Inside the Renter’s Mind
28 State of the Storage Industry29 Rent Increases: Why Owners, Managers and Customers Benefit30 Records Storage: Like Mining Gold in a Gold Mine
31 Protect Your Storage Customers’ Identity32 You Can Out-Negotiate Anyone33 Self-Storage Financing: What’s New for 2007
Complete Set of Recordings1 Introducing the Lead Star Leadership Principles2 CSO Cold Case Files: Tips & Tricks for Finding Graduates When Reports Are Due
3 Federal Work Study: The Basics & Beyond4 Fundraising 101: Building Support for Public Interest Summer Programs5 LL.M. Hiring Process
6 Many Stars Make Up a Constellation: Working Effectively With Your Administrative Team8 Recruiting & Hiring Judicial Clerks9 Recruiting Laterals: What Are Candidates Really Thinking?
10 Six Strategies for an Effective Interview11 The Numbers Don’t Lie: GLBT Lawyers Are Underrepresented in Large Law Firms...Why?13 Emotional Intelligence - The Key to Excellence
14 Exciting Opportunities with Courts Off the Beaten Path15 Facilitating a Successful Transition from Student to Lawyer16 How Being a Public Defender or Prosecutor Can Jumpstart a Public Interest Career
18 Networking & Business Development for Women19 Perceptions vs Reality: Rebranding Your Firm in the Age of TMI (Too Much Information)20 The Role of the Director of Diversity: Responsibilities & Expectations
21 Winning Presentations & Communications22 Advanced Counseling Skills: The 411 on How to Elevate Your Counseling Skills to the Nest Level23 Besides Cappuccino on Demand, What Do Today’s Young Professionals Want?
24 Common Sense At Work: The Law of the Workplace25 Counseling for Government Jobs26 Defection Protection: How to Retain & Make Your Lawyers Happy
27 IP & Patent Practice: The Changing Landscape for Law Schools, Students & Employers29 Moving Over or Moving Up: Making a Successful Move as a Legal Recruiting Professional30 So You Have a Women’s Initiative: How Do You Make It Work?
31 Spanning the Globe: International Internships & Practice Opportunities32 Staying Professional in the Electronic Marketplace33 Who’s Googling Who? What You Need to Know About Employer Background Checks But Didn’t Know to Ask
34 Seven Habits of Highly Effective Career Services Offices35 Alternative Careers for Lawyers: Seven New Strategies37 Developing a Diversity Strategic Plan
39 Knowledge Is Power: Using Data to Raise Your Profile at the Firm40 Law Firm Retention Power-Plays: The Hidden Impact of Associate Work-Life Balance, Professional Development, & Performance Evaluations43 Reaching Out to Small & Medium Size Law Firms: Best Practices for Marketing
44 Smooth Sailing in the Summer45 The ABC’s of Professional Development47 Career Counseling & Coaching: Applying a Solutions-Focused Model
48 Legal Issues in Diversity Initiatives49 New Innovations in Family friendly Work Programs50 Perspectives on Hiring Attorneys for Judicial Clerkships
51 Strategy & Tactics: Managing an Effective National Entry Level Hiring Program52 Why Lawyers Leave: Myths vs Reality53 A Beginner’s Guide to Public Interest Counseling
54 Annual Reports as a Career Services Mmgt Tool55 Building the On-Ramp: Helping Women Lawyers Return to Work57 Landing the Top Candidate: Successful Recruiting Strategies for Entry-Level Attorneys to Partners
59 Practical Steps to Improve Diversity: Profiling the Denver Experience to Showcase Law Firms, Law Schools, & Bar Associations Working Together60 Resumes of Foreign Trained LL.M.’s61 The Impact of Law Student Debt on Lawyer Career Pathways
62 Traveling the Road to Success: Strategies to Increase Productivity & Achieve Life/Work Balance63 Alternative Careers: How to Make the Leap64 Bridging the Law School/Legal Employer Divide: Working Together as a Team
65 Counseling for Careers in Law Teaching66 Finding an Extra Hour Every Day: Time Management Tips & Tricks for Busy Managers & Leaders67 Generations on the Same Team
68 How to Put Together a Public Interest Handbook69 Successfully Marketing Your Firm to Associates - From Law Students to Laterals70 Teaching Behavioral Event Interviewing to Legal Professionals
72 They’re Back: Effective Alumni Counseling73 How To Prime the Pipleine- Preparing Minority Youth For the Legal Profession74 Getting What You Need: Negotiation for NALPers
75 Outplacement for Associates & Partners 76 Mentoring Across DifferencesComplete Set of all recorded sessions
GS1 Tuesday AM, June 19 Keynote: Diana Whitney, Ph. D.GS2 Tuesday PM, June 19 Keynote: Reverend James TrappGS3 Thursday AM, June 21 Keynote: Pat Williamson
GS4 Thursday PM, June 21 Keynote: Raphael CushnirGS5 Saturday AM, June 23 Closing Service with Dan Holloway5 The Secrets for Creating a "Rocking" Church
6 Five Master Teaching Techniques 9 Ready, Willing & Worthy17 How to Use "The Secret" To Engage Newcomers to Unity
18 The Integral Model of Ministry20 Telling Your Church's Story21 Intergenerational Ministry
23 Soul Voice24 Transitions in Ministry25 Breaking The Trance of Scarcity
26 Five Easy Peaces27 Unity on Campus: Spiritually Empowering Students Today & Tomorrow28 Appreciative Inquiry Part II
29 The Practical Guideline for Your Retirement Life31 Meeting Spiritual Needs of Our Youth32 Unity en la Comunidad Mundial: Actividades de Recaudacion en Unity
11 Yes, You Can Grow Your Church! Part 1 & 212 Making the Difference: Moving Your Ministry Into Spiritual Social Action, Part 1 & 213 Peace Army of Costa Rica, Part 1 & 2
14 Healthy Decision-Making--Better Solutions Through Collaborative Decision-Making, Part 1 & 215 Seamless Services, Part 1 & 2DS Developers’ Seminar
AS How to Invest in Self-Storage: Acquisition StrategiesMW Management WorkshopOA Opening Address: eBay It!
1 Maximizing Site Layout2 How to Select a Management Company3 Consider the Feasibilities
4 Due Diligence and Risk Management5 The Science of Self-Storage Marketing6 Records Storage is Hot!
7 Building for Operational Efficiency8 Five Easy Ways to Motivate Your Self-Storage Team9 Choosing Records Management Software: What to look for What to avoid
10 Self-Storage Canada Social11 Competition Is Not a Four-Letter Word12 Ancillary Products and Programs: From a ‘Side Line’ to Your Bottom Line
13 On the Lookout: Homeland Security and Other Key Issues of Security15 1031 Tax-Deferred Real Estate Exchanges16 Steering Clear of Operational Pitfalls
17 Solar Boat/RV Covers: ‘PC’ and Profitable18 Words to Abolish from Your Self-Storage Vocabulary19 Creative Self-Storage Financing: Changing the Way Owners Leverage Their Sites
20 RV and Boat Storage: The Metal Construction Side21 Stay on Top of Your Legal Game!22 Four Simple Steps to Internet-Marketing Success
Complete Set of Recordings14 What Nevada Storage Operators Need to KnowComplete Set of Recordings
PL2 Diversity Plenary: Supreme Court Commission on Diversity & Fairness = 1.2 CME credits in Cultural DiversityPL3 Ethics and DV Plenary = 2.2 CME credits in Ethics & Domestic ViolenceMP1 Mini-Plenary: Violence Against Women: Become Part of the Solution= 2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence & Cultural Diversity
A1 Making Money in the Niche of the Future: How Technology Will Change Your Practice = 2.1 CME general credits A2 Ethical Communication Strategies in Mediation = 2.1 CME credits in Ethics A3 Pitfalls in Addressing Alimony, Deferred Compensation and Retirements Plans in a Marital Settlement Agreements and How to Avoid Them = 2.1 CME general credits
A4 The Power of Influence: Building Rapport & Enhancing Mediators Skills = 2.1 CME general credits A5 Disability Related Considerations for Mediation = 2.1 CME credits in Ethics and Cultural Diversity A6 Mediation From the Public Entity’s Perspective: The Mediator’s Response to the Challenges, Trials and Tribulations Elected & Appointed Officials Bring to the Bargaining Table = 2.1 CME general credits
A7 (Encore from 06) Appellate Mediation = 2.1 CME general credits A8 Ethical Mediation Practice: When to Stop, When to Go, When to Proceed with Caution = 2.1 CME credits in Ethics A9 Diversity and Culture Differences: Traditions and Customs of the World = 2.1 CME credits in Cultural Diversity
A10 Domestic Violence = 2.1 CME credits in Domestic ViolenceA11 Keeping the Brain in Mind: The Neuropsychology of Conflict = 2.1 CME general credits A12 Creating the Mediator Persona: The Use of Communication to Establish Those Credentials Essential for Effective Mediation = 2.1 CME general credits
A13 Ethics: Identify the Dilemma = 2.1 CME credits in Ethics MP2 Mini-Plenary: So Grieve it, Just Grieve it: What Florida Mediators Should Know About the Disciplinary Process = 2.1 CME credits in Ethics B1 Mediation Screening = 2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence
B2 Community Organizing to End Violence Against Women: A Call to Men = 2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence & Cultural DiversityB3 Mediating Employment Disputes: A Guide to Resolution = 2.1 CME general creditsB5 Negotiation = 2.1 CME general credits
B6 Should They Stay or Should They Go? The Presence of Third Persons at Mediation = 2.1 CME credits in EthicsB7 Translation in Mediation = 2.1 CME credits in Cultural DiversityB8 Maximizing Mediation: Tips for Attorneys, Parties & Representatives = 2.1 CME general credits
B9 Cultural Diversity in Mediation = 2.1 CME credits in Cultural Diversity B11 The Art of Conflict Competence: Skills Every Mediator Must Have = 2.1 CME general credits B12 Involvement of the Child or Representative in Mediation and Other Family Law Dispute Resolution Processes = 2.1 CME general credits
MP3 Mini-Plenary: Eliminating Barriers and Expanding Diversity in the Filed of ADR: Creating a Formula for Success = 2.1 CME Credits in Cultural DiversityB13 Arbitration: Legal Concepts and Clauses = No CME CreditsC1 The Mediator as Teacher: Skills for Enhancing Participant Involvement & Education = 2.1 CME general credits
C2 (Repeat of B2) Community Organizing to End Violence Against Women: A Call to Men = 2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence & Cultural DiversityC3 Applying Early Stage Conflict Management in the Workplace = 2.1 CME general credits C5 Challenges of Establishing Court Mediation Programs Abroad = 2.1 CME credits in Cultural Diversity
C6 Community Association & Condo Conflicts: Significant Growth to Preserving the Peace = 2.1 CME credits in EthicsC7 Generating Settlement: Skills You Can Use = 2.1 CME general credits C8 Impasse Improv: An Opportunity to Learn and Practice New Skills = 2.1 CME general credits
C9 Alternate Theories of Domestic Violence = 2.1 CME credits in Domestic ViolenceC11 Party Self-Determination: Protecting it Procedurally and Substantively = 2.1 CME credits in EthicsC12 Teaching Mediator Ethics: Repetition and Retention = 2.1 CME credits in Ethics
PL1 Keynote Presentation = 0.9 CME general creditsPS1 Opening Plenary SessionPS2 Closing Plenary Session
Complete Set of all recorded sessions102 Leadership Skills for Archivists103 A Special Brew: New Perspectives From the National Archives on Civil Rights, Race Riots, and Brown vs Board of Education
104 Open Source Software Solutions for Collection Management and Web Delivery105 Using Archives: International Perspectives on the Role of the Archivist in the 21st Century106 Constructing Sustainability: Real-World Implementations of Preservation Standards for Born-Digital Design Documentation
107 Archival Extortion?108 Reaching Beyond Our Grasp: Taking Outreach from the Center to the Edge201 Public Programming: The Gift That Keeps Giving
203 How Controlled Is Your Vocabulary? Experience from the Digital Field204 Learning the Hard Way: National Disaster Preparedness Initiatives205 Ships That Pass in the Night? Evaluating Archival Users Tools with a User-Centric Perspective
206 Desperately Seeking Solutions207 “The Labor Beat”: Chicago Film Archives and Labor Media208 When Good Photo Collections Go Bad: Critical Concepts For Understanding and Managing Photo Collections
301 Outreach to Those Less Served302 Signifying Nothing? Sound, Fury, and Mediated Access303 “The Fabulous Fifties”: The Best Is Yet to Come?
304 Setting an Action Agenda for Local Government Archives305 Where Are We “AT”? A Status Report on the Archivists’ Toolkit306 Preserving Electronic Records in the Sciences
307 Reference Service and Minimal Processing: Challenges and Opportunities401 Digital Imaging in the Smaller Shop: Case Studies from the Midwest402 Preserving Your Audio and Video Assets: A Simple Physical Examination to Evaluate the Condition of Tape Materials in a Collection
403 Adopting Triage or Accession-Level Processing as a Standard for Certain Types of Corporate Records: A Look at Royal Bank of Canada’s Example 404 Exploring the Headwaters of the Revenue Stream405 Creating an Online Research Collection on New York’s Latino/Hispanic History: A Project Model for Collecting and Providing Access to Documentation for Minority Communities
407 From Cockroaches to Cold Storage: Moving an Archives Into the 21st Century408 Even Worst Sellers Have Value: What Amazon Means for Archival Reference Processes503 Rethinking Access and Descriptive Practice
504 “i’d like to order …”The 21st Century Archival Researcher Consumer505 Ensuring Authentic Electronic Records: “Essential Characteristics” and Archival Preservation506 Archival Education for the Digital Age
507 The Labor of Mergers and Acquisitions: How Labor and Business Archives Can Work Together and Learn From Each Other508 Difficult Women: Successful Public Outreach for “Problematic” Women’s Collections602 More Product, Less Privacy? Applying Minimal Processing with an Awareness of Sensitive, Confidential, or Restricted Collection Materials
603 Legislative Drivers and Evolving Professional Practice: An International Perspective604 Beyond Evaluation: Measuring the Impact of Archives606 Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences: A Model for Collaboration
607 The Dynamics in the Aggregate: Shareable Metadata and Next-Generation Access Systems608 A Great Brand Knows Its Soul701 Copyright Legislation and Litigation Update
703 Sexuality in the Archives704 Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women in Leadership707 The Anatomy of a Collaborative Digital Project and Lessons Learned in the Realms of Access, Outreach, and Creative Success: A Multi-Disciplinary Look at Publishers’ Bindings Online, 1815-1930: The Art of Books
801 Where Have All the Binders Gone? Managing Archives with Databases802 Activism in the Archives: Working with Human Rights Collections803 “Can You Hear Me Now?” Building Bridges to the Archival Curriculum for Distance Education Students
804 Preserving Context and Original Order in a Digital World805 An Archival Voice in the Institutional Repository Choir: How Does It Sound Now and What Would We Like to Hear?806 Artifactually Speaking: Getting a Handle on Objects in Your Archives
807 Processing and Preserving Our National Pastime: The August “Garry” Herrmann Papers Project808 Joint Interests: Presidents of ARMA and SAA Discuss Future Cooperative Efforts1 The Care and Tending of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners: Cultivating Commitment, Collaboration and Competence
2 What, When and How: New Concepts in Parenteral Nutrition3 Placental Pathology and Its Effect on the NewbornA1 Double, Double, Toil and Trouble - Understanding the Systemic Inflammatory Response
A2 A Vampire’s Guide to the Control of Bleeding - Evaluation and Management of Platelet DisordersA3 Herbal Medications and Alternative Medication Usage by Pregnant Women...Possible Effects on the FetusA4 “So You Want to Publish or Not”
A5 Preventing the Preventable: Pharmacology Misadventures in the NICUA6 Barriers to Implementation of Developmental CareA7 Surfactant Dysfunction and Deficiency
A8 Nutritional Challeges in Infants with Chronic Lung DiseaseA9 Name That Diagnosis: An NICU MasqueradeA10 Ethics in the NICU: Family Centered vs Technology-Centered
A11 Neonatal Journal Club: One Article from 2007 That Should Impact Your Practice AND Neonatal Thrombosis: To Treat or Not to TreatA12 Scary Made Simple: Evaluating Research For PracticeA13 Complications of Neonatal Care, What We Can Learn From Autopsy
A14 Saturday Stumper: A Neonatal Case StudyA15 Optimum Oxygen Therapy in Preterm Babies: If We Don’t Know What’s Best, at Least Let’s Do What’s BetterA16 What Does the NNP Need to Know About Congenital Heart Disease? How to Survive a Broken Heart
B1 Stomach Potion #9: Review of Common GI Conditions B2 Review of GeneticsB3 Understanding the Developing Brain: Neonatal Neurology Review
B4 Unraveling the Mysteries of Neonatal Metabolic and Endocrine FunctionB5 The Nephron of Terror: Neonatal Renal Function and FailureB6 Going Over to the Dark Side of Neonatal Fluid & Electrolyte Management
B7 Taming the Monster Under the Crib: Taking the Fear Out of Neonatal NutritionB8 Differential Diagnosis and Management of Respiratory DistressB9 Blood Gas Interpretation and Ventilation
B10 Neonatal Radiology ReviewB11 Congenital Heart DiseaseB12 The Nightmare of a Pharmacology Review
B13 Creepy Crawly Bugs of Neonatal SepsisB14 Blood Curdling Hematology ReviewB15 Test Taking and Study Tips “Deal or No Deal” for Passing the NCC Exam (Does not include “Deal or No Deal” game portion)
1 Ready Set, Go Program3 Advanced Waterpark Group Sales WorkshopComplete Set of all recorded sessions only $149.00!
SA7 NASA Update and OpportunitiesSA8 Inquiry from a Distance: Implementing and Evaluating Inquiry in Distance EducationSA9 To Outsource or Not to Outsource? That Is the Question
SA11 Who’s on your team? Models of Exhibit DevelopmentSA13 A Quick Picture of IMLS GrantsSA17 Trends in Corporate Sponsorship
SA18 Issues in Audience Research and EvaluationSA19 Strategies for Winning Public Support: Advice from the Elected PerspectiveSA20 Defining Museums 2.0: Evolving our Current Thinking
SA22 Professional Development for Teachers: A Step BeyondSA23 Trends in Design of the Best Temporary Exhibit Space: Results of a Benchmarking StudySA30 Dueling Banjos: Confronting Controversial Issues In Science and Technology
SA32 Green Practices for a More Sustainable FutureSA34 Toward Transactive Exhibits, Experience and LearningSA36 Professional Development and Leadership in the Science Center Field
SA37 Museums and the Topic of RaceSA38 Compelling Relevancy: Not Yet? Why Not?SU6 CEO Reflections on Leadership
SU10 POLAR-PALOOZA and the Growing Public Interest in Climate ChangeSU11 Alternative Sources of InspirationSU15 Storytelling for the International Polar Year
SU16 A Conversation with Ray and Marty: The Science of Fiction SU19 Making the Most of Mobiles: Using Mobile Phones to Enhance the Visitor ExperienceSU21 When Disaster Strikes: Lessons from Katrina and Beyond
SU25 Touring Your Exhibits Overseas: Challenges, Opportunities, and Useful TipsSU27 Partnering with Parents: Establishing the Need for Parent Involvement in Youth ProgramsSU28 What the Heck Is Experience Design?
SU30 Growing a Scientist: Experiential Learning for PreschoolersSU31 Sustainable New Science Center Models: A CEO Update & DiscussionM5 Measuring the Museum’s Achievement of Mission
M6 High Definition for High Impact: Making the Change to HDM7 Girl Talk: Conversations about Programming for the Young Female AudienceM8 The Chronicles of Nanotech: Nanotechnology and Its Amazing Applications
M11 Exploring Your Brain: A Resource for Neuroscience ProgrammingM13 Keep on Growing: Defying the Conventional Wisdom about Post-Expansion Boom and BustM14 Hosting Exhibitions in Unusual Places from A-Z.
M15 Designing Youth: How Teens Can Contribute to Program and Exhibit DevelopmentM17 Supporting Science and Technology Learning in Out-of-School TimeM18 Where Are They Now? Staying Connected with Youth Staff for Lasting Impact
M20 Public Funding: Pot of Gold or Booby Trap?M23 Visitor Visions, Shared RealitiesM27 SEPA and Science Centers: Focus on Health Literacy
M28 The BIG LAB: The Next Big Idea from an Education and Design PartnershipM29 Lights, Camera, Wayfinding: Improving Guest Circulation M31 Taking Care of Real Objects: The Science Behind Conservation
M38 Rolling Your Own: Leveraging Open-Source to Build Web ApplicationsM39 Inside the Master Plan: An Education Department Transformed M40 Exhibit Jazz: Small changes in exhibits, Large changes in outcomes
T4 Web 2.0, the Sequel: What’s Now? What’s Next?T5 Education Program Development: Documenting the ProcessT6 Geckos and Insects and Rats, Oh My! Animal Enrichment and Training in Science Centers
T7 Nanoscale Science Program ShowcaseT8 Armchair Tour of New Science CentersT9 Connecting to the Affective Domain: Communicating CS&T through Personal Stories
T10 It’s a Mystery to Me! Using Mystery Guest Evaluation to Improve OperationsT11 Preparing Competitive Proposals for NSF’s Informal Science Education ProgramT12 Dating Scientists and Engineers: Make Iit Last with New Resources from our Field
T14 Why Can’t Science Be More Like History? The Challenges of Creating Informative Yet Entertaining Science Programs T16 New Voices Inspire the FieldT18 The Kids in the Hall: Integrating Early Childhood Education into Science Centers
T19 When the Science Isn’t So Simple: Exhibit Development and Scientific DiscoveryT20 Figuring Out What Works: The Role of Vision and Culture in Developing Effective Field Trip ExperiencesT22 The Big Chill: How to Do Sub-Zero Science Demonstrations
T23 Easy Money: Plucking Some Low-Hanging Fruit4 Overview of the Water Related Activities of ASTM7 RFID-Increasing Revenue, Increasing Profits - while Increasing Customer Satisfaction
11 Managing a Profitable Waterpark Concession12 Diagnosing and Preventing Recreational Water Illness14 Protecting the Safety of Your Most Important Asset - Your Patrons
15 Birthday Splash Bash16 Marketing and Selling the Family Experience17 Dynamics of a Changing Groups Sales Marketplace
18 Calling 911: Waterpark Emergencies and Your Legal Liability19 Encouraging Staff Development: The Performance Appraisal Process21 Public Sector Waterpark Development - From the Bright Idea to the Shining New Facility (Part 1)
25 Marketing Your Park Inside & Out! Allocating Advertising Dollars27 Seven Star Customer Service: Starting at the Top to Impact the Bottom Line28 Public Sector Waterpark Development - From the Bright Idea to the Shining New Facility ( Part 2)
29 Spray Parks - Making a Splash or Going Down the Drain30 Creating a New Brand in a Busy World31 Regenerative Media Filtration...Technology Moving Forward
32 World-Class Rentention for Waterparks33 What's in YOUR Air? Keeping Guests and Employees Healthy and Happy34 Public Waterparks: The Good, The Bad and the Just Plain Not Right
35 Websites that Sell - 10 Proven Ways to Sell More Advance Tickets37 What’s Your Sign?38 Preventing Slip and Falls
40 Key Issues of Opening and Operating Your Indoor Waterpark Resort: Pre-opening & Post-Opening Checklist and Pitfalls to Avoid41 Find Out What Your Guests Are REALLY Thinking42 Rider Responsibility Reform on a Local Level
43 Tell Your Story in 30 Seconds: 7 Steps to a Perfect Answer to What Do You Do?5 Aquatic Play Feature Operations8 Recruiting and Retaining Aquatics Staff
10 Mini Makeovers for Your Aquatic Center13 Marketing, Promotions & Sponsorships for Public WaterparksComplete Set of all recorded sessions only $249.00!
SA1 Public School Administrators Symposium Literate About Literacy W1 Symposium: Brain Plasticity: Lessons for Learning to ReadW2 Instructional Design, Effective Practices & Research Findings for English Learners with Reading Difficulties
PS1 Samuel Torrey Orton Memorial LectureT1 Multisensory Structured Language Curriculum Components T2 The Wonderful World of Words
T3 The Writing Dilemma: Understanding DysgraphiaT4 Putting Metacognition into Practice: Building Ownership of Language StructureT5 Managing an Effective Learning Through Listening Program at Your School or Home
T6 Rite Flight: Classroom Reading Rate & Comprehension ProgramsT8 Neuropsychological Deficits Underlying Social Skills Weaknesses & Strategies for RemediaitonT10 The Spell of English: Layered Spelling Instruction
T11 Parents - Making a DifferenceT12 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: Lexical Knowledge, Word Recognition and Spelling in Grade 1, Part B: Early Intervention in the Real WorldT13 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: Sharing the Secrets of Success: A Reading Intervention Program That Works, Part B: Can a Multisensory Reading Program Prove Effective for Tier III Students in Small Group Settings?
T14 Preventing & Remediating Reading Difficulties: National Goals & AccomplishmentsT15 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: RTI and Classification, Part B: Identifying Children Who Are Unresponsive to Secondary InterventionT16 Teaching the Teachers: Effective Models for College & Universities
T17 Symposium - Parenting the Child with DyslexiaT18 Symposium - Response to Intervention: From Research to ImplementationT19 Symposium - Accommodations on High Stakes Tests
T21 Etymologies: The Art of Making Words MemorableT22 Innovations in the Assessment of Students with Learning DisabilitiesT23 Morphological Awareness Training: Vocabulary Expansion: The Fascinating History of Words
T25 Bridges of Literacy for English Language LearnersT26 RTI Goes to Pre-K: An Early Intervening System Called Recognition & ResponseT28 Dyslexic Talents Required by the Creative Class
T30 Young Children at Risk for Dyslexia: Issues in Identification and PreventionT31 Research Discussion CirclesT32 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: Memory and It's Disorders in LD, Part B: Cognitive Skill Deficits of L1 and L2 Poor Readers
T34 Teaching the Teachers: Effective Models for Working with Colleges & UniversitiesT35 The Alliance for Accreditation & Certification of Structured Language Education, Consistency of StandardsT36 Beyond Phonemic Awareness: What Teachers Need to Know About Metalinguistic Awareness Instruction
T37 How Sentences Mean: From Sentence to StoryT38 Translating Science-Based Literacy Instruction into Practice for Early Childhood & PrimaryT39 Orton-Gillingham Principles Across Content Areas
T40 Making Math Accessible: a Multisensory Approach to Teaching Math to the Child with LDT41 Bringing Research-Based Interventions Into Community Classrooms: Controlled Evaluation of Efficacy T42 Accommodations Policy: National Variability & its Impact on Testing & Learning
T43 Independent Analysis of the Masonic Learning Center ProgramPS2 Norman Geschwind Memorial LectureF46 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: Are Elementary Teachers Adequately Prepared to Deliver Tier 1 Literacy Instruction to Children in K-3 Classrooms?, Part B: Secondary School Teachers Knowledge of Dyslexia and Related Reading Disabilities
F47 Making Math Real: Conceptual - Procedural Development in a Fully Structured Multisensory K-12 ProgramF48 Games & Activities to Promote Mastery of Elementary Reading & Math SkillsF49 Helping Teachers Work Smarter, Not Harder: The Hastings Mentor Model
F50 Literacy & Dyslexia in ArabicF51 Unlocking the Living Landscape of Language: Syllables & BeyondF53 MRI & Genetic Study of the Gifted Dyslexic
F54 Bringing Multisensory Structured Language Instruction to Public SchoolsF55 From Words to Works: Developing Writing SkillsF56 Implementing Dyslexia Identification & Intervention in an RTI Context: The Journey Begins
F57 Making It Happen! Enhancing Reading/Literacy for AllF58 Models for the Identification of Learning DisabilitiesF60 How Professionals From Different Backgrounds Can Make RTI Work in Your Building
F59 Identifying Dyslexia in ELLs: Beliefs, Research Evidence, & ImplicationsF61 Why Science Should Guide Education Practices & Why This Has Been So DifficultF63 Building & Sustaining Teacher Capacity in Literacy Through School-wide Systemic Professional Development
F64 Closing the Achievement Gap: The Roles of Orthography Morphology & Phonology in Reading & Spelling F65 Welcome to the Future: As the Brain Changes the Environment & the Environment Changes the Brain, Where Are We Going?F66 NICHD’s Learning Disabilities Research Centers: From Neuroscience & Behavior to RTI
F69 Reading Fluency: What is it & How to Teach it EffectivelyF67 The Nemours BrightStart! Dyslexia Initiative: A Model for Early InterventionF70 Patterns of Reading Difficulties in Sixth-Grade Poor Comprehenders
F72 Reading Comprehension Processes in Adolescents with RD & or ADHD F71 Post-Secondary Options for Students with Learning Disabilities: Choices That Lead to SuccessF74 Inquiring Minds Want to Know: Promoting Literacy Skills of Dyslexics Through Inquiry-Based Science & Math Instruction
F75 The 4th Grade Slump: Vocabulary & Fluency CasuesF76 Reading Comprehension: A Complex Multidimensional ConstructF77 Historical Perspectives
F78 National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD) History & Current InitiativesF81 Morphology & Integration with the Content SubjectsF84 The Issue of Equity: Adapting Mathematics Curricula for Special Needs Students
F85 Using Vocabulary & Text Structure to Link Reading & Writing Instruction F86 Group Orton Gillingham Instruction at the Masonic Children Learning CentersF87 Phonics Lessons Designed for Grades 4-12 & Adults
F88 Multi-Generational Communication: Embracing Diversity of a Different LevelF89 No Child Left Behind: Rewards & Roadblocks for Special Education StudentsS92 SPECIAL Symposium for Teens
S93 The ABC’s of Dyslexia for Primary Care PhysiciansS94 A Roadmap for Parents: Symposium for Parent & AdvocatesS95 Adults with Learning Disabilities: Achievements & Challenges
S97 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: Assistive Technology, Part B: The Use of Computer Software to Assist Literacy Instruction in KindergartnersS98 Teach Me How to Read Real Books!S99 A Comprehensive Plan for Developing Vocabulary
S100 Word Shapes: Visualizing Syntax Through Sentence Building ActivitiesS102 Focusing on Vocabulary: Strategies to Enhance Vocabulary Learning in the Content Areas S104 The Importance of Direct Explicit Fluency Instruction
S105 Diagnostic Evaluation: The Road to Effective Intervention & Classroom InstructionS106 What is Research-based Reading Instruction?S107 Proust & the Squid; The Story & Science of the Reading Brain
S108 Mathematics, Multisensory Language Instruction & MetacognitionS109 Reading Comprehension AssessmentS110 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: Can Componential Model of Reading Be Applied to Acquisition of Spanish Literacy?, Part B: The Efficacy of Systematic, Explicit Literacy Instruction in Kindergarten and First Grade
S111 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: Left Handed and Bimanual Hand Movement and the Effects on Reading Performance Among Children with Dyslexia, Part B: Atypical Dyslexia: Visual Deficits and Literacy Development, Part C: Amplitude Envelope Onset Detection....S112 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: Meeting Linguistic Needs of English Language Learners with Dyslexia, Part B: Multilingual (ELL) Adolescents Behind the Eight Ball in English Literacy DevelopmentS113 A Model Professional Development Program to Improve Reading Comprehension
S114 Relations Between Oral Language & Writing: What Teachers Need to KnowS115 Slingerland Multisensory Language Approach for Upper Elementary Through High School StudentsS118 Integrating Success Attribute Skills Throughout the Curriculum
S119 What a Difference a Morpheme Can MakeS120 Center for Advanced ADHD Research, Treatment & Education (CAARTE)S121 Research to Practice: Are We There Yet?
S122 Education & the 21st Century Student: Why Universal Design for Learning is Hot on Capitol HillS123 Early Literacy Intervention: Smoothing the Path to LiteracyS126 Language, Reading, & Spelling: The Interplay
S127 A School-Within-A-School Model for Children with DyslexiaS128 Making Sense of Words: Effective Vocabulary InstructionS129 Learning to Learn: Effective Learning for Students with Dyslexia
S130 Orthographic Processing’s Role in Reading & Dyslexia: Research FindingsS131 Reading Comprehension & O-G: Strategies & Spin-off’sS132 Multisensory to Multimedia - The Old Way, The New Way
S133 Social Competence & the Learning Different StudentS135 Accessing Success Through the Association MethodS136 Manipulative Objects Are Not Enough
S137 New Findings about the Role of Accuracy in Oral Reading Fluency S138 Direct Vocabulary Intervention in Kindergarten: Investigating Transfer EffectsS139 COMBINED SESSION: Part A: Single Word Interventions Do Not Remediate High Error Rates in Sight/Function Words, Part B: Silent Reading of Connected Text Compared to Reading Aloud Isolated Words
S140 The Role of Instructional Leaders Supporting Scientifically Based Reading InstructionS141 Introducing Morphology, the Next Step S142 Combining Montessori & MSLE in an Early Intervention Research Study
S144 Medicine & Education - Parallel DevelopmentS145 Multisensorially Integrating Reading & Composition: An Approach for Enhancing the Comprehension of Middle School StudentsS146 Fluency Instruction CAN Make a Difference!
S148 Decoding - Orton -Gillingham to the Rescue!S149 Fun With VocabularyS150 What’s the Main Idea?
S151 Reading Really IS Rocket ScienceS152 Wake Up, Kids! Multisensory Activities in the ClassroomS153 Preparing for Success in Learning to Read
S154 Cooperative Teaching Means Success for Older StudentsComplete Set of RecordingsComplete Set of all recorded sessions
Complete Set of Recordings1 Vaccine Therapies for Brain Tumors2 How Your Brain Works
3 Saturday Morning Welcome and Music4 Novel Treatments for Brain Tumors: Present and Future5 Radiosurgery For Brain Tumors: 2008 Update
6 New Approaches to Brain Tumor Therapy: Using Avastin & CPT 11 for Malignant Gliomas7 Symptom Management of Brain Tumors 9 Chemotherapy for Brain Tumors: Update
10 Whats New About Your Old Brain? 11 What Do MRI/Spect Scans Tell Us About Your Brain Tumor?12 Managing Seizures & Medication Side Effects
14 Anti-Angiogenesis Therapy 15 Radiation Therapy & Side Effects 16 Benign Brain Tumors: Meningioma, Acoustic Neuroma, etc
17 4:15~5:00pm Question & Answer PanelComplete Set of Recordings1 Pre-Convention Seminar: Love Your Neighbor: Ongoing Formation for Faithful Citizenship
2 Opening Plenary Session, Keynote Speaker3 Plenary Session: The Presbyteral Office of Teaching4 Plenary Session: The Presbyteral Office of Sanctifying
5 Seminar: Priests Serving in Multiple Parishes6 Plenary Session: The Presbyteral Office of Governing7 Closing Plenary Session: The Churchs Experience of Ongoing Presbyteral Formation
Complete Set of all recorded sessions1 Carwash Investment Panel 1012 Green Building Practices for Self-Storage
3 Becoming the Price Leader in Your Marketplace4 Homeland Security Issues: From an Operational View Point5 Cell-Tower Leases for Self-Storage: Long-Term, Reliable Income Opportunities
6 Using Solar Panels in Self-Storage7 Marketing Outside the Box8 Halting Attacks on Your Facility: Foreign, Domestic and Legal
9 Building Boat and RV Storage10 Self-Storage around the World: A Look at Emerging Markets11 Educating Your Self-Storage Managers
12 The Dynamic Influence of Wall Street and the Finance Market on Self-Storage13 Learn More About Records Storage14 Using your Self-Storage Real Estate Professional as an Industry Resource
15 The Pros and Cons of Fee Management16 The Sub-Prime Loan Markets and Commercial/Conduit Financing18 Six Lessons Vegas Can Teach Us About Self-Storage Retailing
19 Self-Storage Valuation: Operating Performance, Trends and Risks20 Four Ways to Motivate Your Staff21 The X Factor in Self Storage Success! Making and Losing Profit in Government Relations
22 Selling Renters Product They Already Need23 The Construction Process24 Turning Yellow Pages Into Green: An Investment that Still Pays Off
5 Economic Feasibility in Self-Storage26 Truck Rental as an Ancillary Service27 Cost Effective Storage Development - Integrated with Green Building Techniques
28 Manager Compensation: Getting the Most out of Your Employees29 Dealing With Tenant Bankruptcy30 eBay Sales in Self-Storage
31 Feasibilities: An Honest Assessment Is Vital32 Insurance: Protecting Your Facilitys Future in the Face of Loss33 Staying on Top of Your Legal Game
34 Why Records Storage Management Is Probably NOT For YouComplete Set of Recordings1 Answering the Leadership Challenge
2 Risk Assessment and the Annual Supervisory Review Process: FINRA Rules 3012 and 3013 Two Years Later3 Alternative Investments4 Regulatory Hot Topics: Breakpoints, 529 Plans, Variable Annuities, Market Timing, etc. from 30,000 Feet
5 Managing the Recruiting and Transition Process from Initial Approach Through the First 90 Days6 Regulatory Hot Topics7 The Pension Protection Act: Guidance for Shaping Strategy
8 State of the Managed Accounts Industry9 The Merrill Rule: A Legal Perspective10 Navigating Client Behavioral Finance Flaws (Do Advisors Exhibit Them Too?)
11 Effectively Communicating with Your Advisors12 How to Select Good Conference Speakers13 Succession Planning
14 Digital Imaging & Electronic Management15 Managing Operations Infrastructure16 Customer Service: Responding to Advisor Inquiries
17 Straight Through Processing18 Closing Session Enforcement PanelComplete Set of Recordings
2 Slipping between the Cracks? Career Services for Dual Degree Students1 The Spark: Igniting the Creative Fire That Lives within Us All4 ABCs of Staff Management & Practical Applications
5 Best Practices: Recruiting GLBT Law Students6 Implementing a Coordinated Firm-wide Recruiting Program7 Public Service Projects: During Orientation & Alternative Break Trips
8 Connecting Career & Alumni Services to Give a Power Boost to Both9 Strategies for Creating & Revitalizing Mentor Programs10 The Balanced Worker Project
11 Interviewing & Hiring Millennials12 Work Allocation: Retain Top Diverse Talent with a Fair Distribution Program13 Keeping the Romance Alive: Nurturing the Relationship Between Law Firm Employer & Lawyer
15 After the JD: The Compelling Findings So Far - & a Look at What is to Come16 The Young & the Restless: Advising Students & Seasoned Lawyers on Alternative Career Paths17 Creating, Building, & Strengthening a Law School Pro Bono Program
18 Introduction to the Business & Economics of Law Firm Practice19 The Courts: An Excellent Place for Lawyers of Color to Launch Their Legal Careers20 Show Them the Love: Successful Lateral Partner Recruiting Strategies
21 The Best of the Rest22 Take a Deep Breath & Plan: How to Make Significant Changes Happen in Your Workplace with Less Stress23 Counseling Second-Career Students
24 Part II - Bridging the Law School & Legal Employer Divide: Working Together as a Team25 How to Use Exit Interview to Develop Effective Retention Policies26 A Beginners Guide to Public Interest Counseling
27 Report Protocols as Career Services Management Tools: The Sequel29 All Aboard: Developing a Collaborative Approach to Law Student Professional Development30 Increasing Diversity Through Pipeline Initiatives: What Works, What Doesnt, & How You Can Make the Business
31 Put The Power Back into PowerPoint33 Putting Your Best Foot Forward: Innovative Ways to Market Your School to Employers34 Professional Development: Got Staff?
35 For Good or Ill - Managing E-Professionalism36 Building a Judicial Clerkship Program37 Counseling JD/LLB Students for International Opportunities
38 The College Cost Reduction Act & Law School LRAPs: Update & Group Discussion39 Our Own Career Development: Moving Up, Moving Over as Legal Career Professionals40 A Candid Dialogue Between Law Firms & Law Schools on the Impact or Pro bono in the Hiring Process
41 Leading from the Middle42 Successful Strides - Law Students & Lawyers Taking Responsibility of Their Own Professional Development43 Navigating the Bridges to Partnership - What We Can Learn from Research
44 Bringing the Benefit of Corporate Project Management Tools into the Law Firm Setting45 Navigating the World of Work Visas46 New Ways to Work: Using Innovative Work Models to Recruit & Retain Lawyers
47 Legal Issues in Diversity: The Real Truth48 Best Practices for Working with Evening Students49 OSCAR (Online System for Clerkship Applications): Season Review & Look Ahead
50 Coaching Students Through the Postgraduate Fellowship Application & Selection Process51 Comeback Lawyers: Re-Entry into the Legal Profession & Why it is Important53 Public Service Luncheon - Pam Shime
54 Small Firms: How to Locate, Get In, & Reach Out to Them56 The Emerging Practice of E-Due Diligence: A Look at the Issues57 Blogging & the Career Services Office
58 Integrating Student Organizations into Career Services Programming59 Fostering Partnerships: Private Sector Funding of Public Interest Initiatives60 You Do What? How Large Law Firms Are Using Internal Career Coaches for Associate Development
61 Extreme Job Listing Makeover62 With Apologies to the Stones: I CAN Get Some Satisfaction64 Whos Going to Pay? Cradle to Grave Professional Development in the Age of Skyrocketing Salaries
65 Clerkships Are for Everyone! Beyond the Articles Ills67 The Future Law Firm: Trends, Predictions, & Imperatives68 Leadership Development Programs in Law Firms: Variations on a Theme
69 Is It a Big Law Revolution?70 Becoming a Professional Coach71 So Youre New, Heres What You Do: How to Develop Alumni Outreach Programs & Become an Expert at Counseling & Networking with Alumni
72 Marketing Diversity Initiatives75 Maximize Your Schools Public Interest Community with a Scholars Program76 Meet the Millenials
77 Domestic Opportunities for LLMs: Expanding the Possibilities78 Learning Center Objectives for Career Development: Lessons from a Teaching Clinic79 Women Lawyers, Women Leaders: 21st Century Strategies for Recruiting, Retaining, & Advancing Women
80 Hidebrandt Program52 Increase Your Credibility, Vanquish Rumors & Misconceptions - NALP has the FactsComplete Set of all recorded sessions available in two formats
GS1 Monday PM, June 9 Keynote: Arvel BirdGS2 Tuesday AM, June 10 Keynote: Dr. Zhi Gang ShaGS3 Tuesday PM, June 10 Keynote: Reverend Kyra Baehr
GS4 Thursday AM, June 12 Board Interactive SessionGS5 Thursday AM, June 12 Keynote: Dan HollowayGS6 Thursday PM, June 12 Keynote: Vy Higginsen
GS7 Friday AM, June 13 Keynote: Gary Simmons1 Energy Leadership - Denny Balish2 The Thought Exchange - David Friedman
3 Secrets of Extraordinary Relationships - Linda & Charlie Bloom4 Best Practices for Growing & Leading a Successful Ministry - Wendy Craig Purcell5 The Face of God in Front of Us - Gayle Nicholson
6 Creating a Greener Unity - Tom Catlin, Barbara Wilson, Tom Wendt & Jane Simmons9 How to Work with the Bible - Sallye Taylor10 Prosperity Planning Teams - Shawn Moninger
11 A-B-C's of Remarkable Relationships - Ray Madaghiele12 Medicine Wheel - Marsha Starrwolf13 Prosperity in Action - Pat Williamson & Mackey McNeill
14 Leadership Wisdom From Unlikely Voices - Dave Fleming15 Sacred Wisdom - A Day in Indian Country - Morning Sky (Gary Bibb)16 Church Growth Dinner - Jamie Sanders
17 The Yearning to Belong - Sharon Connors19 Awakening the Heart - Mark Pope20 Youth & Family Ministry - Diane Venzera
21 Spirit of the Soul - Christine Stevens22 Teachers as Leaders - John Zenkewich23 International Outreach - Robin Goff & Tracie Christian
S1 Prosperity Summit18 Will the REAL You Please Stand Up - Fran HarrisPS1 Plenary I Session
PS1 Opening Plenary SessionComplete Set of all recorded sessions105 Surveys, Benchmarking, Best Practice: How Do You Measure Up?
104 YourSpace, MySpace, DSpace? Finding a Poace for Institutional E-Records103 Leveraging Outreach to Further Your Goals: Tips for Small Repositories102 Were Not the Destination, Were the Journey: Revealing Archival Collections at the Webs Surface
PS2 Plenary II Session106 What, Why, How?: Archival Meaning in a R/Evolutionary Age107 Archival Awareness Along the Pacific Rim
108 Were Ignoring That: Collection Development & What Not to Collect109 Toward a Best Practice guide for Collecting Born-Digital Photographs110 The Future of the Present: Preserving Avant-Garde Art
201 Finding Aids 2.0: Meeting Users Where They Are by Rethinking Finding Air Presentation202 Secrets Revealed on the Web203 Getting Our Hands Dirty (and Liking It): Case Studies in Archiving Digital Manuscripts
204 I Walk the Line: Revolutionary Archivists Leading Special Collections Departments205 Past Rites: Marketing for the Future206 Remember When...? Using Local & International Anniversaries for Outreach Opportunities
207 Convergence: R(e)voltions in Archives & IT Collaboration208 Modern Perspectives on the Relationship Between Archives & Record Management210 Old Vintage in New Bottles: The Catalogue General des Manuscrits
301 Native American Archives Protocols: Looking From Different Perspectives302 Evolving Findings Aids for Basic Processing303 Three Federal Agencies Confront the Challenges of Digital Preservation
304 Visual R/Evolution in the Archive: Complicating the Picture305 Digital Dilemmas: Dealing with Born-Digital Surrogate Audio & Audio-Visual Collections306 Want to Thrive: Listen to Your Users (Patrons, Researchers, Customers)
307 Moving targets: Identifying the Evolving Needs in Electronic Records Education308 Student Paper Sessions309 You Say You Want A Revolution: Combining Archives, Museums & Libraries
310 Documenting A Revolution: Second Wave Feminism & Beyond!401 21st Century Data Curation for Archives, Libraries & Museums402 Digitizing Entire Collections: Project Planning, Cost, & Collaborations
403 Digital Revolution - Archival Evolution: An Archival Web Capture Project404 Values in Design: Defining a Privacy-aware Model for Web Access to Archives405 Returning Displaced Archives: Legal & Ethical Perspectives
406 Getting to the Heart of the Performance: Archivists as Creative Collaborators408 The Reluctant Administrator, or How I Learned to Love Management409 Ethnic Archives: Collecting Within Cultural Contexts
410 E-Records & E-Discovery: A Mini-Sedona Conference Seminar501 The Next R/Evolution: Issues 7 Lessons fro Mass Digitization of Archival Collections502 Pre-Custodial Intervention: Let Them Do the Damn Work!
503 The Power of the Internet & Self-Mediated Reference504 New Methodologies for Prioritizing Preservation Needs of Audiovisual Materials505 Evolution of a Prototype Archival System for Preserving & Reviewing Electronic Records
506 R/Evolution of Access: The Online Archive of California Interface Redesign507 The Non-Record: Is It Evolving?508 Family & Community Archives Project: Introducing High school Students to the Archival Profession
510 Recent Advances in Photography Preservation from the Image Permanence Institute601 Capturing the E-tiger: New tools for Email Preservation602 After the Revolution:Unleashing the Power of EAD
603 Trash or Treasure? Experiences with Deaccessioning and the Implications of Digitization604 Archival Ethics with Changing Practices: The Impact of Technology605 Beyond Show & Tell: engaging Undergraduates with Primary Sources
606 Achieving Diversity in Institutional Archives: How Do We Get There?607 Learning from Experience: Discovering New Ways to Approach Disaster Preparedness608 Old Movies - New Audiences: Archival Films as Public Outreach Tools
609 Documenting & Displaying American Circuses & Carnivals610 Models for Collaboration: Providing Access to Oral History701 Less Process-More Pixels: Alternate Approaches to Digitization & Metadata
703 Skills & Competencies: Changing Requirements in the 21st Century704 Ensuring Our Digital Future: Audit & Certification of Digital Repositories705 Digital Donors: Agreements, Rights & Donor Relations in the Electronic Environment
706 The Ethics of Access: Does One Size Fit All710 Game On: Leading Your Championship TeamPS1 Plenary I Session
PS3 Plenary III SessionPL1 (E) Opening Plenary Session: Keynote Presentation Professor James Coben (1.2 CME Credits in Ethics)Complete Set of Recordings
PL2 Domestic Violence Plenary: Dr. Gregory Firestone (1.2 CME credits in Domestic Violence)PL3 Ethics Plenary: Dean James J. Alfini, Moderator (2.2 CME credits in Ethics)A3 Purpose Drives Practice, Andrew Thomas (2.1 CME Credits)
A4 The Pitfalls of Landlords and Tenants in Eviction Cases Michael Bloom and James Todd (2.1 CME Credits)A5 Risk Analysis: Parties Evaluation of Their Case, Alvin Capp (2.1 CME Credits)A6 Condominium & Homeowner Association ADR, Michael Gelfand (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)
A7 When Worlds Collide, Michael Rogers and Carol Tyson (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)A8 Teaching & Learning Mediator Ethics, Mike Nichols (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)A9 Introduction to the Ombudsman Process, Dinah Mason and Vanessa Hill (2.1 CME Credits)
A10 Mediator Grievances: Education & Preparation, Sharon Press (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)B3 Emotional Communication in Mediation, Gene A. Johnson, Jr. (2.1 CME Credits)B4 County Mediator Ethics, Christopher Shulman (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)
B5 Family Mediation Agreements: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly, Amy Wolsky and Robin Caral Shaw (2.1 CME Credits)B6 Effective Negotiation Skills, Dan Baldwin (2.1 CME Credits)B7 Mediation and the Unlicensed Practice of Law (UPL) Lori Holcomb (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)
B8 Mediation in Crisis Situations, Tina Jaeckle (2.1 CME Credits)B10 If I Knew Then, What I Know Now: Mediation Lessons Weve Learned the Hard Way, Moderator: Bruce Blitman (2.1 CME Credits)B12 Issues in Mediation: Insights From Critical Race, Feminist & Pro-Rights Theorists, Earnestine Reshard (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity & Ethics)
B13 Creating a Conflict-Resolving School Community, Andrew Thomas and Wayne Smith (2.1 CME Credits)C1 Keeping the Brain in Mind: The Neuropsychology of Conflict, Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)C4 The Synergy of Mediation Case Law & Ethics, Fran Tetunic (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)
C5 Mediation from a Business Perspective: Applying Principles of Leadership Communication to the Role of the Mediator, Gregory Hoffman (2.1 CME Credits)C6 Effective Cultural Relativism in the Mediation Context, Tina Jaeckle and Alexia Georgakopoulos (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)C7 Martial Arts & Mediation: Becoming a Kick-!#* Mediator, Michael, Nate & Max Garlick and John Salmon (2.1 CME Credits)
C8 Emerging Forms of ADR: Transformative Mediation, Procedural Justice, Holistic Justice and Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Susan Daicoff and Elizabeth Roach (2.1 CME Credits)C9 The Role of Public Agencies Offering Mediation Services, Bob Jett, Kimberley Reynolds, Marvin Frazier & Timea McMillen (2.1 CME Credits)C10 Impasse Improv: An Opportunity to Learn & Practice New Skills, Greg Firestone (2.1 CME Credits)
C11 Resolving Parenting Conflicts The Parenting Tribunal, Deborah Silver and Sheldon Finman (2.1 CME Credits)C12 Hot Topic One: Family Law Changes to Chapter 61, Elisha Roy (2.1 CME Credits)A2 Consciousness and Mediation (Part One), Douglas E. Noll (2.1 CME Credits)
B2 Consciousness and Mediation (Part Two), Douglas E. Noll (2.1 CME Credits)C2 Mediation Gone Global - Some Precepts for Mediating Abroad, Lynn Cole (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)B9 Recognizing Power Imbalance and Need for Empowerment in Mediation, Zena Zumeta (1.2 CME Credits in Domestic Violence)
Complete Set of RecordingsK1 Opening Keynote Session: Self-Storage at the Crossroads: Which Way Will You Go?Self-Storage Valuation: Trends and Risks
Marketing 101: The New Basics10 Legal Things You Must Know About the Self-Storage BusinessSelf-Storage and the Florida Real Estate Market: Local and National Trends
Getting the Cash You Need for Self-StorageConstruction and RemodelingProviding Manager Training and EducationAdvanced Legal Issues: What Can You Do to Avoid Liability?
Floridas Unique Building Codes and How They Affect Self-Storage DevelopmentSelf-Storage Feasibility: A Road Map to SuccessSure-Fire Facility Marketing
Self-Storage Collections: Some of the Most Important Calls Youll Ever MakeSelf-Storage and Insurance in the State of FloridaBuilding Automation Into Your Self-Storage Operation
Online and Offline Marketing Secrets for the New Self-Storage MarketTodays Capital Market EnvironmentSelf-Storage Supply and Demand in Florida: Problems in Paradise?
Addressing New Challenges in Self-Storage FinancingBeing the Price Leader in Your Storage MarketLocal Law and You: Self-Storage Rights vs. City Regulations
Time to Build? Do the Math! How to Find, Evaluate and Purchase Self-Storage FacilitiesFive Steps to Successful Phone Sales in Self-Storage
Economic Feasibility in Self-StorageGreen Building Practices for Self-StorageAvoiding Common Pitfalls of Self-Storage Operation
Show Me the Money! Finding Hidden Profit When You Sell or RefinanceBuilding Boat and RV Storage: Cruising Toward SuccessCar Care and Self-Storage: A Great Add-On Opportunity
Specialty Insurance Coverage for Self-StorageUsing Solar Panels in Boat and RV StorageKey Indicators for Self-Storage Success
Insurance: Protect Your Self-Storage InvestmentSA8 The Physics of Time and Space: Managing Exhibition Projects - Jennie ZehmerSA11 Alternative Revenue Generation Strategies Fit for the Public Eye - Kua Patten
SA12 Web 2.0: A New Crossroads for Science Centers - Kevin von AppenSA13 Listening to and Supporting the Field of Informal Science Education - Ellen McCallieSA20 Structured Experiences: Improving the Effectiveness of Our Facilities - Dennis Schatz
SA22 Creating Museum Programs That Are Inviting and Accessible to All - Christine ReichSA23 Volunteers as Science Presenters: Optimizing the Experience for Volunteers and Visitors - Naomi EchentalSA24 CEO Reflections on Leadership - Nancy Stueber
SA25 Immersing Minds in the ISE Mission: Working Frontiers of 3-D Technology - Ka Chun YuSA26 The Big Picture: Aligning Youth Programs with Your Organizations Mission - Andrea MottoSA32 Climate Science Updates from the Poles - Frank Niepold
SA34 Creating Major Corporate Sponsorships and Keeping Them! - Lisa RothSU2 The Global Discussion on Global Sustainability: Where Do Science Centers Fit In? - Joe PalcaSU3 Development Luncheon Speaker: Fund-Raising in the Field of Science and Technology - Larry Dubinski
SU5 Small Traveling Exhibitions: Its Not about Making Big Exhibitions Smaller - Victoria CoatsSU7 A Scientist Walks Into A Bar: Science Caf As Outreach - Amanda ThomasSU8 Introducing NSF's New Framework for Planning and Evaluating Impacts - Sue Allen
SU9 The Bilingual Museum: Strategies for Serving Multicultural Communities - Carlos PlazaSU10 Science: Tell It Like A Story (Part 1, Why?) - Laura MartinSU13 Mission Driven Membership Programs - Ginny Auer
SU14 Beyond the Basics: New (and Successful!) Approaches to Teacher Professional Development - Andrea MottoSU15 Is Open-Ended an Open Invitation for Chaos? - Sabrina GreupnerSU16 Using the Science of Kids to Engage Adult Visitors - Rebecca Kipling
SU18 You Can't Do That in Museums! - Nina SimonSU20 Beyond Visitors: Growing Mission and Margin - John JacobsenSU23 Museums and the Mind: Applying Cognitive Neuroscience to Free-Choice Learning - Jayatri Das
SU24 IMLS Grant Opportunities at the Crossroads of Science and Culture - Mary Estelle KennellySU25 Traveling Exhibitions: Cash Cow or Monkey on Our Backs? - Jeanie StahlSU26 From Island to Mainland : Science and Community Identity - Vishnu Ramcharan
SU27 Running a "Green" Museum: It's Not Impossible - Paul TazarSU29 Visitors and Scientists: Are They Speaking the Same Language? - Martin WeissSU30 ASTC in the YouTube Community - Kathy Nicholaichuk
SU32 Engaging Chaperones: Planning and Conducing an Action Research Project - Scott RandolSU35 The Promise and Pitfalls of Digital Learning Games - Joe AdamsSU36 Creating Partnerships to Bring Science to Diverse Communities - Nikki Melchior
SU37 You Are the Exhibit: Self-Reflection in Interactive Exhibits - Joyce MaCommunities - Nikki MelchiorSU38 Critical Issues in Building a Portal to the Public for Current Science Research - Dennis SchatzM3 Early Childhood Programs that Engage Families from Diverse Backgrounds - Ellen Blinderman
M4 Math as an Entry Point to Conservation Education - Laura MartinM6 Equity and Diversity: At the Junction of Science and Culture - LaJean BurnettM8 What Do We Know About What They Know About Climate Science? - Walter Staveloz
M9 Why and How Sponsors Develop Strategic Relationships with Science Centers - Gina FocaretaM10 Word of Mouth Marketing: The Most Powerful Way to Engage Your Participants - Joe BarnesM11 Creating Stronger Partnerships Between Research Institutions and Science Centers - Patrick Hamilton
M12 Museum Exhibit Collaboratives: Dreams and Nightmares - Catherine McCarthyM14 Programs and Partnerships on a Small Budget - Emily FoxM13A Youth Staff: Doing Authentic Work in Their Communities - Angie Schubert
M15 How to Revive Your Upper-Level Membership Program: A Case Study - Marci GeneroseM16 New Models: Broadening Our Perspectives - David ChesebroughM17 Public Engagement in Science Policy: New Roles for Science Museums - Larry Bell
M18 Why is Diversity important? - Jamie AlonzoM19 Making Science Exhibitions Memorable - Rita Mukherjee HoffstadtM20 Remote Worlds: Bringing Visitors New Experiences Through Scientific Visualization - Jennifer Frazier
M21 Forging Effective Research Center/Science Museum Partnerships - Carol Lynn AlpertM31 LEAP Into Science: A Museum/Library Partnership in After-school Science Learning - Lori Albert McCrackenM29 Managing a Building Renewal: Lessons Learned at the Franklin Institute - Walter Crimm
M25 What We Bring to the Table: How Different Professions Support Youth Program Development - Cynthia GravilleM24 The Role of Culture and Worldviews in Science Learning - Martin StorksdieckM23 Addressing Culture and Science in Digital Dome Theaters/Planetaria - Alexandra Hall
M22 Long-Term Educational Impact - Wendy PollockTU3 Science Quilting: Knitting Together Infectious Diseases from Different Perspectives - Terri SternTU4 Summer Camp Rules! Diary of a Happy Camper - Adrienne Kimball
TU5 Easy Money: Quick & Simple Ways to Enhance Revenue - Stacey MoyersTU8 The Marriage of Guest Services and Education: A Love-Hate Relationship - Hi'ilani ShibataTU9 Nature's Forecast - Joaquin Fargas
TU10 Armchair Tour of New Science Centers - Erik JacquemynTU12 The NSF Informal Science Education Program: An Update - Al DeSenaTU13 ASTC Connect Unplugged: Continuing the Conversation on Working with Scientists and Engineers - Eric Marshall
TU16 Education Program Development: Documenting the Process, Part II - Kirsten EllenbogenTU17 Digging Deeper at Exhibits: Tools for Building Visitors' Experimentation Skills - Sue AllenComplete set of all recorded sessions
Bundle A: (PL3 & C4) = 4.3 CME hours in EthicsBundle B: (PL3, C4, PL2, B9 & C6) = 8.8 CME including 4.3 in Ethics, 2.4 in Domestic Violence and 2.1 in Cultural Diversity6 Media Buying for Waterparks
1 Ready Set, Go Program10 The Strategy of International Staffing11 Small Food Service Operations - Big Profits
17 Spray Parks- Making a Splash or Going Down the Drain19 Missing Links of Waterpark Party Programs20 Waterpark Energy Efficiency: Optimal Design & Operation
24 Improving the Effectiveness of Your Lifeguard In-Service Training Program26 Plants for Poolscapes27 Tax Planning for Waterparks: Home Runs & Base Hits for Developers & Operators
28 Turning Your Aquatic Center into a Destination Waterpark29 Get Creative: Marketing That Cuts Through the Clutter30 What Happened Last Summer: An Update on the Battle Against Waterborne Illness
34 Concession Operation: 51 Ways to Improve Service, Increase Sales, & Reduce Costs37 On Target - Customer Focused Marketing39 Local Land Use Applications & Regulatory Strategies
40 Group Sales Power Hour41 Who Knew? The Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Chose Public Life42 Whats in Your Air? Keeping Guests & Employees Healthy & Happy
44 Millenial Workforce: Solutions for Todays Staffing Issues2 Crisis Communication Workshop4 Advanced Waterpark Group Sales Workshop
7 Getting the Most Out of Your Sand Filter8 Waterpark Resort Technology Review9 Preventative Maintenance for Indoor Waterparks
12 Generating Revenue & Mazimizing the Yield13 eMarketing Solutions: Reaching Customers on Their Terms15 Guest Experience & Expectations at a Resort Waterparks
21 Evaluating Hotel Indoor Waterparks Sites23 Back to the Future: Transport Your Media Strategy into the New Media World31 Addressing Government Relations Issues
38 The Next Generation of Leaders: Turning Your Kids into Captains43 Indoor Waterpark Design - What Does it Mean to be Greeen?25 Celebrities Draw Customers: How Do We Find the Right Celebrity?
32 Best Practices for Hiring Waterpark Resort Staff33 Reducing Energy Costs & Resource Conservation45 Aging Waterparks and the Life Cycle of Slides & Structures
46 Virginia Graeme Bakers Act Impact on WaterparksComplete set of all recorded sessions, audio and visuals.6 - Media Buying for Waterparks
7 - Getting the Most Out of Your Sand Filter 8 - Waterpark Resort Technology Review 9 - Preventative Maintenance for Indoor Waterparks
10 - The Strategy of International Staffing 11 - Small Food Service Operations - Big Profits 12 - Generating Revenue & Mazimizing the Yield
13 - eMarketing Solutions: Reaching Customers on Their Terms 15 - Guest Experience & Expectations at a Resort Waterparks 17 - Spray Parks- Making a Splash or Going Down the Drain
19 - Missing Links of Waterpark Party Programs 20 - Waterpark Energy Efficiency: Optimal Design & Operation 21 - Evaluating Hotel Indoor Waterparks Sites
23 - Back to the Future: Transport Your Media Strategy into the New Media World24 - Improving the Effectiveness of Your Lifeguard In-Service Training Program25 - Celebrities Draw Customers: How Do We Find the Right Celebrity?
26 - Plants for Poolscapes 27 - Tax Planning for Waterparks: Home Runs & Base Hits for Developers & Operators 28 - Turning Your Aquatic Center into a Destination Waterpark
29 - Get Creative: Marketing That Cuts Through the Clutter 30 - What Happened Last Summer: An Update on the Battle Against Waterborne Illness 31 - Addressing Government Relations Issues
32 - Best Practices for Hiring Waterpark Resort Staff 33 - Reducing Energy Costs & Resource Conservation 34 - Concession Operation: 51 Ways to Improve Service, Increase Sales, & Reduce Costs
37 - On Target - Customer Focused Marketing 38 - The Next Generation of Leaders: Turning Your Kids into Captains 39 - Local Land Use Applications & Regulatory Strategies
40 - Group Sales Power Hour 41 - Who Knew? The Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Chose Public Life 42 - Whats in Your Air? Keeping Guests & Employees Healthy & Happy
43 - Indoor Waterpark Design - What Does it Mean to be Greeen?44 - Millenial Workforce: Solutions for Todays Staffing Issues 45 - Aging Waterparks and the Life Cycle of Slides & Structures
46 - Virginia Graeme Bakers Act Impact on Waterparks Complete set of all recorded sessions3 Advanced Water Quality Course
OS1 Opening Session: Top Three Strategies for Self-Storage Survival and Success in 20091 Self-Storage Marketing Secrets for Tough Economic Times2 Practicing Green: How to Reduce Operational Costs and Improve Your Facility Image
4 How to Develop Storage When Money is Mean, Profits are Lean, & You Want to Go Green5 A Creative Approach to Promotions: Special Events, Charity Work and Mainstream Media6 Collecting Delinquent Rent: Making the Best of a Bad Situation
7 Protecting Your Storage Business in 2009: Advanced Legal Issues8 Reality Check: Self-Storage Feasibility, Resources and Recommendations9 50 Hot Marketing Tips for Self-Storage
10 Facility Auditing and Potential Theft in Self-Storage11 The Effect of Market Forces on Self-Storage Real Estate: Should You Hang On, Sell or Finance?12 Form Follows Function: Maximizing Your Self-Storage Investment
13 More Self-Storage Profit: Learning to Market and Sell Ancillary Services14 Running Your Self-Storage Operation With a Retail Mentality15 Drafting Retail Leases for Mixed-Use Self-Storage Projects
16 Trends in Self-Storage Valuation: How Is the Economy Affecting Your Facilitys Worth?17 Changing the Mindset, Changing the Results: Luring Tenants in Tough Times18 Key Indicators for Self-Storage Success
19 Amending the California Lien Law: Is This an Opportunity in Your State Too?20 Purchasing Existing Self-Storage Facilities, Safely and With Nothing Out of Pocket21 Turning Facility Employees Into Effective Marketers and Salespeople
23 Risk Management in Self-Storage: Using Insurance to Maximize Profit and Minimize Expenses24 Using Solar Covers in Storage: Politically Correct and Profitable25 Its Not Your Fathers Yellow Pages: Advertising Opportunities in a New Age
26 Manager Compensation: Getting the Most out of Your Employees27 Financing in 2009: Will the Bailout Save Us?28 Project Feasibility: Developing Your Own Rosetta Stone for Self-Storage
29 Dialing for Dollars: Perfecting Phone Skills to Sustain Self-Storage Profit30 Help Yourself Storage: How Self-Service Increases Net Operating Income31 Assembling a Loan Package That Attracts Dollars and Approvals
32 State of the Industry: A Panel Perspective on Construction, Feasibility and FinanceComplete Set of all recorded sessions3 Today's Investment-Sales and Capital-Market Environment
Complete Set of all recorded sessions13. Leading From the Future As It Emerges1. Strategic Staff Planning, Development & Evaluation
2. Effective Hiring for Effective Ministry in the Church4. Can Your Building Team Work Together?6. Church Unique
7. Innovations Dirty Little Secret: Confessions of a Serial Innovator8. Stewardship Strategy: When Your Vision Is Bigger Than Your Budget16. Components and Trends of Multisite
15. When Churches Get Stuck19. Prepare Your Church for Change20. Smart Use of Existing Church Space
21. Ministry Planning Before Master Planning22. Dealing with Difficult People in Church23. The True Role of Technology in Worship
24. Sermon Branding25. Develop Tomorrows Church Leaders Today26. Cash Management & Church Loan Solutions
28. 25 Ways Your Church Can Go Green Today29. Small Church, Big Challenges30. Building Successful Volunteer Programs
3. Church 2.05. Financing Solutions in Tight Credit Markets9. Developing Disciples & Leaders for Kingdom Impact
10. Metaphor as Metamorphosis11. Its Not the Great Depression, But It Is Depressing12 Executing Leadership and Influence When Your Arent the Senior Pastor
17. Identifying Safety and Security Gaps27. Communicating The Next Big ThingK1. Keynote Session - Pastor John K. Jenkins, Sr.
K2. Keynote Session - Jerry Colangelo, Chairman, Phoenix Suns14. Avoiding HR Landmines: Wrongful Termination, Sexual Harassment, Discrimination and MoreComplete Set of Recordings
Dont Fight the Web: Surviving & Thriving in a 2.0 WorldFrom an Idea to Worldwide Impact: The Story of Habitat for HumanityBecoming an Event Planner Extraordinaire:
Counseling the Challenging StudentCan We Talk? How Law Firms Can Work with Career Service Professionals to Maximize Law Firm RecruitmentFrom Mission Statement to Action Plan: Making the Most of Strategic Planning
Law Firm Diversity Initiatives - How Do You Spell Success?Career Counseling & the Search for Golden ResourcesStronger Links in the Chain: Lawyer Evaluation to Professional Development to Career Planning
Life Management: Going Beyond Just Time ManagementRecruiting IP Lawyers: Secrets of the TradeReligion & Culture - Interesting & Challenging Dimensions of Diversity in the Legal Profession
Tips & Tricks to Get Your Grads into GovernmentUnderstanding the Current Legal EconomyCan It Be Done? Creating a Great Place for Women Lawyers
How to Keep Yourself Energized & EngagedGain the Competitive Edge in Lateral RecruitingFrom Hollywood to the Heartland - Best Practices for Large & Small Career Services Offices
How Employers Can Partner with Law Schools to Improve DiversityLeadership for Every Angle: Identifying Leaders & Develop LeadersTurning Chaos into Opportunity: Managing Student Expectations & Ensuring CSO Resiliency in an Economic Downturn
A Report on the New Guide to Students Practice RulesTaming the E-mail Beast: Key Strategies for Managing Your E-mail OverloadEffectively Counseling Lawyers Through a Career Crisis
Career Advising & Recruitment of Overlooked PopulationsHow Turbo-Charge Your Online Job Postings to Recruit Top CandidatesLong Distance (Recruitment) Relationships
Revitalizing Your Law Student ProgrammingRecruiting for International Offices: The BasicsTeaching Professionalism to the Small/Mid-sized Firm New Lawyer
Best Practices in Law Student Professional DevelopmentDiversity Success Beyond the Bright Lights of the Big City - It Is PossibleDown & Out in Law School: Identifying & Coaching Students with Depression
The Mess Called MCLE: Tips & Best Practices for Managing Continuing Legal Education Rule Everything You Need to Know to Advise Students on the Federal Security Clearance ProcessIntroduction to the Business & Economics of Law Firm Practice
The NALP/Street Law Diversity Pipeline ProgramA Candid Discussion on the Role of Pro Bono in the Hiring ProcessVirtual Realities - Will You Byte?
Law Firm Programs for Firm Alumni: What, Why & HowThe Doctor Is In, 5 Cents Please: Counseling Techniques Even Lucy Would LoveOnboarding: Lateral Partner & Associate Integration
Public Service Loan Forgiveness & More!Reaching Out to Small Firms Through Effective ProgrammingRecruiting During Recession & Recovery: Making Sense Out of Uncertain Times
OSCAR (Online System for Clerkship Application & Review): Season Review & First Look at Version 5.0Tell Me, Show Me, Involve Me: Integrating Practical Skills into the Law School CurriculumAdmissions for Career Services People: Building Blocks for a Successful Three Years
Immigration Update 2009Comparing Canadian & American Professional Development for First-Year HiresHarness the Power of PowerPoint
Improving Retention & Promotion of Women LawyersLearning to Blog IIPolicy Lawyers: Counseling for Careers Beyond the Courtroom
The Role of Professional Development in Law Firm Risk ManagementAlternative Careers for Legal Career ProfessionalsWere All in This Together: Beginning a Collaborative Legal Employer & Law School Professional Development Dialogue
Mentoring Across the Lines of Gender, Race & Sexual OrientationPartner Recruiting & Financial ConsiderationsDestination Collaboration: The Skinny on Dipping into the Shared Resource Pool
How to Turn Lawyers into Engaging Presenters in One Easy LessonThe Core Curriculum: Training for Summer Associate ProgramsResearch Revolution: You Say You Want to Do a Survey.. Well, You Know...
The NALP Employer Form: Avoiding Mistakes & Putting Your Best Foot ForwardLeadership Through People SkillsWork Gone Wild: Professional Presence & Accessibility
After the Offer: Closing the Deal Through Follow-UpDont Ask Dont Tell - Our Best Amelioration is RepealEvening Students: An Employers Perspective
The Compatibility of Study Abroad Programs with Career Objectives & Job OpportunitiesOffice Management Boot Camp: Increasing Office Productivity Through Leadership & ManagementTaking Control of Your Professional Development: Soliciting, Receiving, & Integrating Feedback
The Cycle of Lateral Associate RecruitingBuilding a Winning Team: How to Recruit, Develop and Retain Your StaffBundle A: (PL3 & C4) = 4.3 CME credits in Ethics
Bundle B: (PL2, PL3, B9, C4 & C6) = 8.8 CME credits, including 4.3 in Ethics, 2.4 in Domestic Violence and 2.1 in Cultural DiversityPL1 Opening Plenary Session: Keynote Presentation Professor James Coben (1.2 CME Credits in Ethics)Recruiting During Recession & Recovery: Making Sense Out of Uncertain Times
OS1 Opening Session: Top Three Strategies for Self-Storage Survival and Success in 2009Complete Set of all recorded sessionsOPS - Monday PM, June 8 Keynote: Sky St. John
PS1 - Prosperity SummitGS1 - Tuesday AM, June 9 Keynote: Cindy WigglesworthGS2 - Tuesday PM, June 9 Keynote: Alan Nelson
GS3 - Tuesday PM, June 9 Keynote: Bishop SpongGS4 - Wednesday PM, June 10 Keynote: Lynne TwistGS5 - Thursday AM, June 11 Keynote: Brian Robertson
GS6 - Friday AM, June 12 Keynote: Marliyn MuehlbachDR7 - Women Ministers Dinner with Rev. Patricia BassDR8 - Thriving Ministries with Deborah Frownfelter & Shannah McAleer
1 - Sacred Meditation Healing Experience - Scott Sherman2 - Metaphysical Romp - Paul Hasselbeck3 - We Don't Have It All Together But Together We Have It All - Mr. & Mrs. Armitage
4 - Board Members - Effective Leaders - Cindy Henson5 - Sex, Lies & Boundaries - Marilyn Muehlbach, Pat Bessey & Beth Head6 - Nehemiah Projects - Tom Lee
7 - The Coherent, Connected Leader -Juan Enrique Toro (Spanish Only)8 - Spiritual Parenting In Unity - Linda Martella-Whitsett & Jennifer Holder9 - Spirit Rising - Pamela Douglas-Smith & Anne Marie Davis
10 - 21st Century Metaphysicans - Jim Lee, Dr. Garland Landreth, Wes Hopper, & Robert Blackstone11 - Spiral Dynamics - E. J. Niles, Kelly Isola & Lori Boyd13 - The Holacracy Experience - Brian Robertson & Tom Thomison
14 - Going Global-Using Technology - Mindy Audlin16 - Developing Leaders - Shannah McAleer & Deborah Frownfelter17 - Awakening the Dreamer Change the Dream - Lynne Twist
15 - Rules & Tools-Music in Your Ministry - Richard Mekdeci, Sue K-Riley, Karen DruckerPS1: Plenary Session I: CoSA Celebrates 75th Anniversary of NARA and NHPRCComplete Set of all recorded sessions
PS2: Plenary Session II: SAA Presidential AddressPS3: Plenary Session IIIL1: Austin Music Matters: Documenting the Music of a Community
101: Building, Managing, and Participating in Online Communities: Avoiding Culture Shock Online102: Herding Your Cats: Implementing Sustainable Museum Records Management103: Statewide Sustainability: Arizonas Experiment in Collaborative Collection Management
104: The Real Archives 2.0: Studies of Use, Views and Potential for Web 2.0105: Replevin: The View from State Archives (Part 1 of 2)106: Appraising the Archives Profession: Multiple Outlooks on Professional Sustainability Issues
107: Sustaining the Global and Local Archival Profession through Re-conceptualized Education108: From Colonialism to Collaboration: Perspectives on Collecting Internationally109: Not Another Survey! Managing Statewide Collections Inventories and Needs Assessments
110: Under One Roof: Reorganizing and Merging Archives111: Perfecting Your Pitch: Grant Writing and Budgeting for Sustainable Audiovisual Collections201: Videogame Archives: Collecting, Preserving, and Providing Sustained Access
202: Expressing Identities and Constructing Memories: Archiving Local, Global, and Online Communities203: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Electronic Records Preservation204: Keeping Up with the Deluge: Managing Digital Collections Responsibly with Limited Resources
205: Replevin: An Open Discussion from All Sides (Part 2 of 2)206: Where Is Everyone?: Staying Current with a Small Staff207: Preserving Data, Building Relationships: Two Experiences with Distributed Digital Preservation
208: Private Cultures and Public Archives: What Is Cultural Privacy and Why Is It Important?209: Survey Says...: Motivations, Methodologies, and Findings from Four Archival Repository Surveys210: Money, Money, Money: Lessons from Successful Advocates for Archives Funding
301: Consortia: Models for Creating Sustainable Collaborations302: SAA Fellows Speak Out on Advocating for Archives Programs303: Sleeping with the Enemy: Hate Collections in Catholic, Masonic, and LGBTQ Repositories
304: If We Go Beyond Record Non-Record, What Comes Next?306: Omeka: Using Web 2.0 Technologies to Enhance Digital Content307: Strategies for Accommodating People with Physical Impairments and Disabilities in Archives
308: Preserving Digital Research Data in the Health Sciences309: Oral History in Action: Sustaining Organizational Knowledge and Institutional Memory310: Implementing Digital Records Preservation Research in Small Organizations: InterPARES 3
401: The Potential of Web 2.0 for Collection Development402: ACA at 20: The Evolution, Challenges, and Future of Certification403: Loss and Recovery: Understanding the Toll of Insider Theft on Collections and Organizations
404: Collaborative Teaching and Learning in the Archives: Assessment and Insights405: Expanding Your Local and Global Audiences406: Seeing the Forest: Environmental Sustainability and Archives
407: Scheduling Transitory Records as Part of a Sustainable Information Management Strategy408: Advocacy, Education, and Money: How State Historical Records Advisory Boards Can Help409: Brick by Bricolage: Sustaining Caribbean Archives in the 21st Century
410: Divided Collections, Divergent Missions411: Emerging Archivists Paper Presentations501: More Product, Less Process (MPLP) Revisited: Choosing the Right Processing
502: My Face / Public Space: Privacy Issues for Photographs and Film in the Web 2.0 World503: Archives and Records Management Programs: Making the Case to Local Government Officials504: More Than Just Passing Acquaintances: DACS and Companion Standards
505: From Traditional Formats to Digital Delivery: Visual Collections Sustained506: Lest We Forget-Lest We Forget!: Sustaining Memory in Post-Colonial Archives507: Remembering Leonard Rapport
509: Taking Archives to the Streets: Creating Sustainable Archives510: How We Appraise: When Theory Meets Reality601: Going With the Flow: Sustainable Models for Integrating Digitization
602: Focusing the Wide-Angle Lens: Minimal Processing of Visual Materials Collections603: Getting at the Good Stuff: Declassifying the Most Sensitive Records of the Federal Government604: The Perfect Storm or a Stalled Weather System? The Sustainability of Graduate Archival Education
605: Saving De Niros Boxing Trunks: Sustaining Performing Arts Archives Collaboratively606: Meeting the Challenge: Documenting Under-Represented Communities and Topics607: Bridging the Gap: Managing Staff Transitions
608: Lasting Memories: Sustained Use of Collections of Tragedy611: Treading Water in a Sea of Data: Three Risk-Based Approaches to Appraisal701: The British Are Coming! New Perspectives in a Changing World
702: Fostering Historical Reasoning and 21st Century Skills703: Braving the New World: Archival Explorers in Digital Terra Incognita704: Libraries, Archives, and Museums - Converging for Real
705: Engaging Your Chief Information Officer in Records Retention and Access706: All the News Thats Fit to Keep: The Challenges of News Preservation in the Digital Age707: Whistle Blower Ethics: When Do You Report Wrongdoing and How?
708: Building Sustainable Preservation Environments for Born-Digital Records: Three Case Studies709: Sustainable Archives for a Sustainable and Effective Democracy610: COSTEP Case Studies: Statewide Emergency Preparedness in the Real World
Bundle A: (PL2, A4, B1, B15 & C1) = 9.6 CME credits including 4.2 in Ethics, 5.4 in Domestic Violence & 1.2 in Cultural DiversityBundle B: (A1, A8, B1, B12, B15, C1, C4 & C12) = 16.8 CME credits for County, Family, Circuit & Dependency Mediators including 4.2 in Ethics, 4.2 in Domestic Violence & 2.1 in Cultural DiversityComplete Set of Recordings
PL1 - Opening Plenary Session: Keynote Presentation by Rachel Wohl (1.2 CME Credits)PL2 - Plenary: Violence Against Women: Become Part of the Solution, Anthony Porter (1.2 CME Credits in Domestic Violence and Cultural Diversity)PL3 - Ethics Plenary: MEAC Opinions - A Year in Review, moderated by Professor Sharon Press (2.0 CME Credits in Ethics)
A1 - Breaking Impasse & the Martial Arts: Advancing as a Kick #$% Mediator!, John Salmon, Joseph Sachter & Gerry Goradesky (2.1 CME Credits)A2 - Building a Better Business, Stuart W. Umbarger (2.1 CME Credits)A4 - Florida ADR Case Law Update, Michael J. Gelfand (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)
A3 - The Mediation Within The Mediation: Sources of Intra Party and Inter Party Conflict, Jerome Tabas & David Lichter (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)A5 - Mediation: The Dance and the Deal, Stephen C. Sawicki (2.1 CME Credits)A7 - Diversity in Living Color, Dr. Oscar Franco (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)
A8 - What Are Acceptable Limits of Deception in Mediation? Robin Caral Shaw and Amy S. Wolsky (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)A10 - Train the Mediation Trainer: Training with Panache, Melvin A. Rubin and Stephanie McHardy (2.1 CME Credits)A11 - Family Violence: A Typology and the Implications for Mediation, Judith McKay (2.1 CME Credits in Domestic Violence)
A12 - Mediators Tool Box, Peter O. Brick (2.1 CME Credits)B1 - Reflections on Florida Mediator Grievances: Enforcing Ethics, Professor Sharon Press (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)B2 - Improving Mediation through People Skills, Gregory Hoffman (2.1 CME Credits)
B3 - Essential Financial Concepts for Family Mediators and Practitioners, Darryll R. Bauchert, Sr. (2.1 CME Credits)B4 - Understanding Cultural Frameworks: Techniques for Mediators, Tina Jaeckle and Alexia Georgakopoulos (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)B5 - Is Incorporating Your Mediation Practice All Its Cracked Up to Be? Linda Smith and Ed Alexander (2.1 CME Credits)
B6 - I Dont Do That! Bad Habits of Good Mediators, Kim W. Torres and Ollie M. Lyons (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)B7 - The Role of Public Agencies Offering Mediation Services Part Deux, Panel: B. Jett, M. Frazier, K. Reynolds and C. T. Hill (2.1 CME Credits)B8 - Religion and Domestic Violence: Intimate Partner Violence in Specific Religious Groups, Earnestine Reshard (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity and Domestic Violence)
B9 - Angels and Demons: How Mediations Rise and Fall through Narrative, Judith McKay and Richard Toumey (2.1 CME Credits)B11 - ABCs of Diversity Mediation: Attitudes, Behaviors and Cultural Challenges, Robert Shearer and Jeanne Maes (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)B12 - The Nuts and Bolts of Running Your Mediation Practice, Ellen Kaslow Shulman and Christopher M. Shulman (2.1 CME Credits)
B13 - Ethical Challenges in Mediation: Deal or No Deal? Gregory Firestone (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)B14 - Purpose Drives Practice: Whats Your Purpose? Andrew Thomas (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics and Cultural Diversity)B15 - Domestic Violence: What Mediators Need To Know, Elinor Robin and Susan Dubow (2.1 CME Credits in Domestic Violence)
C1 - Chemical Dependency and Domestic Violence, Anthony Porter (2.1 CME Credits in Domestic Violence)C2 - Steak and Sizzle: Pro Se Family Mediation and Attracting Clients, Gerald S. Deutsch (2.1 CME Credits)C3 - Interpersonal Skills, Daniel Baldwin (2.1 CME Credits)
C4 - Expanding Access to Justice Globally Through Court-Related Mediation, Lynn H. Cole (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)C5 - Mediation in Afghanistan, Arve A. Wikstrom (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)C6 - Selling the Process: Winning Tactics to Engage Mediation Participants, Rodney Romano (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)
C7 - Workers Compensation, Jonathan Conant (2.1 CME Credits)C8 - Multiculturalism and Mediation: Where Are We Now? Kirk Rascoe (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)C9 - The Peacemakers of Institutionalized Mediation: Theories to Reveal the Influences of Power in Family Mediation, Rebecca Storrow and Alexia Georgakopoulos (2.1 CME Credits)
C10 - Circle Process and Creative Problem Solving in Mediation, Professor Susan Daicoff and Elizabeth Roach (2.1 CME Credits)C11 - God as Mediation Participant, Alexandra Hedrick (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics and Cultural Diversity)C12 - Mindfulness for Conflict Resolvers, Rachel Wohl (2.1 CME Credits)
C13 - Tips for Non-Attorney Mediators: Working with Attorneys, Salvatore Gardino (2.1 CME Credits)C14 - Residential Foreclosure Mediation: A Tsunami Wave? Thomas H. Bateman III (2.1 CME Credits)18. Top 5 Ways to Improve Your Church Web Site
Ready Set, Go ProgramAll recorded breakout presentations on audio CD'sToxic Toys: How to Manage the Sale & Use of Consumer Products & Toys
Reinventing Food Operations at Waterparks: A Case StudyGreen Water$Low Cost Marketing Strategies for Public Facilities
Is Your Facility ADA Compliant?Igniting Brilliance in Times of ChangeInterface Training with Lifeguards & Fire & Rescue Staff
Managing the Issues of Unique GuestsSmart Ways to Negotiate & Save on Media BuyingStaying One Step Ahead of RWIs
Help Us Help You: Top Ten Claims ProducersGrowing Your Sales, Not Youre Prices-Increase Your Foodservice Volume and Bottom LinePumps and Motors
How to Breathe New Life into an Aging Indoor WaterparkDoing More with Less: Renovate to Generate a Return on Your InvestmentPR is Free Media...Are You Getting Your Share?
Ten Top Reasons Liability Claims Go AwryThe Science of Spray Parks: Managing Water Quality & Other IssuesWAVES for Teenage Workforce Success: How to Recruit, Educate, Motivate and Retain TODAYS Teens and Young Adults
Developing the US Model Aquatic Health CodeEmergency Response Plans Made EasyTen Critical Steps in Designing & Laying Out a Game Zone
Power Up Group Sales with an Interactive DiscussionMost Popular Theories of Liability & How to Defeat ThemExplore the Use of Coatings in Repair & Maintenance
Operating Your Aquatic Center at a ProfitGift Shop Gold: Merchandising Tips That WorkSuccessful Marketing Strategies in a Down Economy
Mock Trial: Carter v Happy Valley Water World, (Part 1)Energize Your Savings: A Panel On Energy ConservationWhy Do They Hate Me? Lets Count the Ways!
A Community Center Without WallsFresh Air: Maintaining Healthy Air QualitySink or Swim: Marketing in a New Media World
Mock Trial: Carter v Happy Valley Water World, (Part 2)Challenges and Opportunities of Surf AttractionsSA4 Informal Science Education Inquiry Groups - Terri Gipson
SA5 Toronto, Helsinki: Whats Next? - Walter StavelozSA6 The LGBT in STC - Jesse William HallSA7 Engaging the Nation to Address Climate Change - Frank Niepold
SA8 The Do's and Don'ts of Community Partnerships - Nikki MelchiorSA9 Leading for Impact: What Makes a Science Center Essential to Its Community? - Lynn LuckowSA10 Dissemination and Scale-Up: Making the Most of a Good Thing - Diane Miller
SA13 The Business Case for Culturally Competent Institutions - Laura Huerta MigusSA14 Activating The Opportunigy Equation - Ruth CohenSA15 Developing a World Class Board for Your Science Center - Kerry Orlyk
SA16 Just Get the Development Committee to Do It! - Lara KimberSA17 Community Conversations on Climate and Water - Walter StavelozSA18 Are Science Centers Missing the Science? - Devon Hamilton
SA19 Go Collaboration! Increasing Traffic, Awareness, and Profit Through Cultural Partnerships - Carol MurraySA20 21st Century Models for Professional Development - Carol ValentaSA22 Web 2.0 for Newbies - Kevin von Appen
SA25 Sea Level Rise and a Living Coast: Engage our Communities in a Dialogue about the Future - David HerringSA26 Forty Years Young: Now Where are we Going? - Kurt HaunfelnerSA28 Science Education Partnership Awards for ISE Exhibits: A Funding Tutorial - Monique Scott
SA29 Creative Animation: A Science, Art, and Technology Exploration - Elena BacaSA30 Beyond Painting Science Pink: Creating Programs That Engage Girls in STEM - Christina SoontornvatSA31 Experience Science in New Ways: Here Comes the Science Festival! - Jennifer Boxer
SA32 Discussions on Leadership in Changing Times - Heather GibbonsSU5 Public Impact Results for the Nanoscale Informal Science Education (NISE) Network - Christine ReichSU6 Youth as Science Consumers and Facilitators: Continuums of Participation - Susan Foutz
SU7 Put the M Back in STEM: Encouraging Mathematics - Rae OstmanSU9 Building Successful Promotional Partnerships: Make Them Work For You! - Stacey MoyersSU10 Equity Issues and Strategies in Informal Science Education - Maryann Stimmer
SU11 How Sexy is Science? - Mikko MyllykoskiSU12 Dimensions of Public Engagement: Finding Your Footing in a Paradigm Shift - Larry BellSU14 Does Design Matter in Science Centers? Part II - Dottie Miles
SU15 Attracting Volunteers: With a Little Help from Technology - Susan NesbittSU16 Relevant Experiences for Zoomers, Xers, and Yers - Carly DeBoiceSU17 Increasing Science Literacy through Public Participation in Research - Wendy Pollock
SU19 Belief and Science - Andy MarquartSU20 The 82% Solution: Why Individuals are Our Best Source of Relationships and RevenueSU21 Making the Invisible Visible: Visualizing Emerging Science with Artists - Jennifer Frazier
SU22 Addressing Important Issues, Local - Charlie TrautmannSU24 SMILE: Creating Community Around Digital Collections in Science Centers - Keith BraafladtSU25 Lights Up on Science-Rich Learning Experiences through Live Theater - Kristin Leigh
SU26 Removing Barriers, Ensuring Success in Teacher Professional Development - Diane LaFolletteM2 Leisure Decisions and Non-Museum-goers: Recent Research among Various Cultural Communities - Cecilia GaribayM3 Bioart: The Blending of Art, Science, and Technology - Joaquin Alfonso Fargas Bracco
M4 Think Globally, Play Locally: How Science Centers Can Help Bring Social and Global Issues to Teens - Karen HagerM5 Thriving in Tough Times - Charlie TrautmannM6 New Administration, New Initiatives, New Opportunities - Sean Smith
M7 Noticing: Reflective Practice Methodology for Professional Development in Informal Settings - Judith LombanaM8 Coherence: Creating a Focus and Sticking with It - Paul TatterM9 Tapping the Fountain of Youth: Involving Teens in Exhibit Development - Tamara Schwarz
M10 Small Programming Resources, Big Educational Impact - Ilene FrankM11 Recruiting, Recognizing, and Retaining High-Performance Development Teams - Erik Pihl M12 Creatively Deepening Relationships Between Informal and Formal Institutions - Lesley Kennedy
M15 Revolution or Evolution? Making the Most of Organizational Change - Chris WallaceM16 The Art of Creating, Building, and Maintaining Meaningful Corporate Partnerships - Andrea BlankenM17 Preparing to Present: Session Planning and Proposal Development for the 2010 Conference - Kathy Gustafsson-Hilton
M18 A Decade of Investigation: Measuring One Science Centers Impact - Jeffrey RudolphM19 Outside the Box: Engaging Multimodal Approaches in Exhibits and Programs - Elsa BaileyM20 IMLS Update: Using Federal Funding to Create a Better Future for Your Institution - Mary Estelle Kennelly
M21 Whose Reality? Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, and Virtual Humans - Steve SnyderM23 Creative Programming and Current Science Learning - Rae OstmanM26 Active Audience Planetarium Shows in Digital Theaters - Alan Gould
M27 CSI: The Experience - Charlie WalterM28 The Art and Science of Partnership: Reaching Audiences Through Collaborations - Marsha SemmelM29 Early Childhood Learning in Science Centers: What Is It and How Can We Affect It? - Alice Stevenson
M30 Engaging Museum Audiences with Climate Change Science - Katie LevedahlM32 What's the Evidence Base? The National Academies Informal Science Report - Kirsten EllenbogenTU1 After School Programs: Where the Kids Are - Jason Freeman
TU2 Public Engagement in Current Science and Global Issues - Anders LiljeholmTU3 Partnerships Around Spherical Display Systems: Promoting Environmental Literacy Collaboratively - John McLaughlinTU6 Collaborative Museum-Based Approaches to Science and Art for Teachers, Students, and Families - Helena Carmena
TU7 Beyond Translation/Ms all de la traduccin: Bilingual Learning Places - Derlly GonzalezTU8 Building Skills for Lifelong Learning: The Critical Role for Museums - Scott PattisonTU9 Science On Stage: Community Partnerships That Perform - Larry Gard
TU10 Armchair Tour of New Science Centers - Erik JacquemynTU11 Integrating Food Service Operations and Mission - Tim RitchieTU12 Relationship Management: Using Membership to Develop, Nurture, and Deepen Relationships - Shannon Schumacher
TU13 Documenting Education Program Development: The Spectacular Finale! - Karen HaysSA11 Interpreting the Nanoworld through Juggling, Drama, Art, and Media - Carol Lynn AlpertTU14 What Is Art Doing in Our Science Center? - Claire Pillsbury
TU15 Creative Dramatics: A Portal for Preschool Science Learning - Paul TaylorTU16 Space Science after School: Engaging Youth and Community Leaders with NASA Resources - Leslie LowesTU17 Going Green: Nurturing a Culture of Sustainability - Sharon Tinianow
TU19 Museums and 21st Century Skills - Marsha SemmelTU20 Science Alliance: Advancing Science Communication by Bridging Diverse Organizations - Catherine McCarthyTU22 Designing Exhibits for Safety and Easy - Kathy Kraft
TU18 Preparing and Rewarding Staff for Excellence Marti CortezSA3 Creative Couplings: Art + Science - William MaloneySA2 Public Engagement with Science and Technology Policy: How Far Should We Go? - Larry Bell
SA1 Science Centers as Agents of Change Anousheh Ansari37, A Community Center Without WallsCD-ROM of all recorded presentations
T2, MSL Instruction for Dyslexics in Foreign and Second Language Classes - Elke SchneiderT3, Empowering African American Social Emotional Needs in the Classroom - Phyllis RandleT4, Shared Roots of Excellence: Orton - Gillingham and the Slingerland Approach - Nancy Cushen White et al.
T5, Adapting K-2 Classroom Reading Instruction to Meet the Needs of Students with Reading Difficulties & Disabilities - Carolyn A. DentonT6, Response to Intervention as a Framework for Early Identification - Hugh W. CattsT7, The Main Idea Strategy: Improving Reading Comprehension Through Inferential Thinking - Daniel J. Boudah
T8, Next Day Strategies: Teaching Ideas to Implement Tomorrow -David C. Winters et al.T9, Word Smarts: Using Morphology to Make Sense of Words for Reading & Spelling - William Van CleaveT10, The Essential Components of Reading Instruction: If Teachers Knew, What Could They Do? - Lori Graham et al.
T11, Integrating Felts and Letter Tiles to Teach Phonological Awareness and Phonics - Farrell & ClemensT12, From the laboratory to the congress, to the white house to the classroom. The NICHD Reading Research Program and the birth of evidence-based instruction. - Reid LyonT13, Understanding the Complexities of Disability Documentation: In the Shadow of IDEA 2004 and in Light of the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 - Loring C. Brinckerhoff & Manjushri Banerjee
T18, Solving the Emotional Enigma of Dyslexia - Michael C. RyanT19, RTI and Dyslexia Referral Process - Vickery & JonesT22, Self-Advocacy: Helping Children Understand Their Learning Disabilities - Sandra K. Gilligan
T25, To What Extent Does Vocabulary Instruction Impact Childrens Comprehension of Text?: A Meta-Analytic Review - Amy M. Elleman & Endia LindoT27, The Nuts and Bolts of Memory - Mele-McCarthy & CastleberryT29, Teaching the Teachers: Effective Models for Colleges and Universities - Mary E. North et al.
T30, MAKING MATH REAL: A Comprehensive Evidenced-Based Multisensory-Structured Methodology in Mathematics for All Processing Styles, K-12 - David BergT31, National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities [NJCLD]: History & Current Initiatives - Nancy Cushen White et al.T33, Scientific Spelling: Foundation of Reading and Ornament of Writing - Katy J. Farmer
T36, Diving Deep to Understand Comprehension Instruction - Nancy E. HennessyT37, Hows and Whys of Cursive Handwriting - Susie van der VorstT38, Ways with Words: Vocabulary Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities - Marcia K. Henry
T39, Intervention Strategies & Accommodations in the Content Areas: Literacy in Social Studies & Science - Andrew StetkevichT40, Testing Times - What teachers need to know about assessment: Issues, Criteria and Implications for Practice - Gavin Reid & Gad ElbeheriT42, Reading Skills of Pre-Service Teachers: Closing the Gap in Teacher Preparation Courses - Elaine Cheesman
T44, NICHD Reading and Dyslexia Research - Future Directions - Peggy McCardleT45, Teacher Effectiveness and Improved Student Outcomes: The Charles Armstrong School Model - Whitlock & LopezT46, Integrated language arts instruction: Effect sizes, teacher impact, and current research. - White & North
T47, What role do home, child, and classroom factors play in determining resilience among kindergarteners at risk for dyslexia? - Jessica Sidler FolsomT48, Reading Comprehension...the primary goal of reading - Karen Jane Avrit & Evelyn MaduT49, Voice of LD: Profiles of Anne Ford Scholarship Winners - Sheldon H. Horowitz & Katie Reilly
T50, Making Words Real for Young Children - Hoover & StokesF1, Implementing RTI: Principles, Practices and Reports from Real Life - Barbara A. Wilson et al.F2, Ensuring Early, Effective Dyslexia Identification and Intervention in Schools: RTI in Action - Gibbs & Patterson
F3, RTI is for Math Too - Bradley S. WitzelF4, An Unfortunate Confusion of Dyslexia and ADHD: What Parents, Teachers and Administrators Need to Know. - David P. Hurford & Kara LasaterF5, Multiple Component interventions for Struggling Readers in the Primary Grades-Evaluating the Impact of Early Intervention - Maureen W. Lovett
F8, Weaving Success; Metacognition in Structured Language Lesson - Yochanon J. Stein & Jane BakerF9, RTI and Identification of Learning Disabilities: Challenges for Educator Preparation - Louise Spear-Swerling et al.F10, Fast and Wrong: Reframing the Concept of Fluency Instruction - Kit Harper & Anna Wagner
F12, Strategies for Scaffolding Narrative and Expository Expression - Charles W. Haynes & Terrill JenningsF13, Using Assessment to Direct Instruction - Heather StephensF14, Rudiments of RTI: A Focus on Attention, Behavior and Motivation for Struggling Readers - Luana Greulich
F15, Teach Fractions From Whole to Part Using Familiar Durable Images - Christopher Lee WoodinF16, The Impact of Attention on Reading Comprehension Performance - Mary Beth BurnsF17, The Power of Dyslexic Thinking, How a Learning Disability Shaped Six Successful Careers - Rob Langston
F18, Samuel Torrey Orton and Anna Gillingham: Legend, Lore, and Legacy - Marcia K. HenryF19, The Room Was Too Cold! How Do You Evaluate Professional Development? - Deborah R. GlaserF20, What can the brain tell us about the response to intervention approach? - Nicole Davis
F21, Multisensory Math - Make It/ Take It: Using Manipulatives to Model Math Concepts - Marilyn ZecherF22, Innovative Ways of Using Assistive Technology to Meet Writing Needs of Students with Learning Disabilities - Melissa WoodF23, Transition Planning for College Students with Learning Disabilities - Cheryl Chase-Carmichael
F24, Improving reading fluency and comprehension for students with reading disabilities: Comparing the effects of a phonology-only intervention with a multi-componential intervention on key reading outcomes - Norton & SpencerF25, English: Not One Language But Five - Diana Hanbury KingF28, IDA 2009 Legislative Session: The Law in Action - Blackwood et al.
F29, Phonology + Phonics + Morphology + Etymology = Orthography: Four Converging Paths En Route to Automatic Word Recognition and Spelling - Nancy Cushen WhiteF30, Standards for the Training of Reading Specialists - Louisa Moats et al.F32, Learning disabilities identification and intervention: Lessons from Arabic -Gad Elbeheri et al.
F33, Poetry is Contagious! A Tier Two Problem Solving Approach Within the RTI Framework - Bronstein & OtisF36, Preparedness to teach reading: Perceptions of the pre-service teacher - Emily Ocker Dean & Gae Lynn McInroeF37, Developing Reading Fluency: Why Student Awareness is Key to Success - Marykate Elizabeth Russo & Lynn Ottaway
F39, Utilizing Multiple Intelligences to Teach Self-Awareness and Assertive Skills - Gloria Hash Marcus & Pat PorterF40, IEP Goals and State Content Standards: Meaningful Match or Irrelevant Relationship - C. Cortiella & R. QuenemoenF41, Now That I Have The Evaluation, What Does It Mean? Kathleen Bergeson
F42, An Examination of Fourth Grade Quality Writing Scores Using the Floridas Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT): Proficient vs. Non-Proficient Writers. - Ramona T. PittmanF43, RTI for Middle and High Schools: Structuring for Success - Denise P. GibbsF44, Add up Your Number Sense - Bradley S. Witzel
F45, Striving to Create an Effective Online Learning Environment for Special Education Students - Rebecca J. PetreyF46, Preparing Johnny for College: A practical, hands-on approach to the transition to college - Susan R. FlahertyF47, Empowering Parents as Their Childs First Teachers: Giving Parents the Necessary Tools to Develop Oral Language, Early Reading, and Early Writing Skills in Young Children. - Krista Danielle Drummond & Jenni Billings
S1, Being Dyslexic and Gifted: Identification, Neuroscience, and Education - Jeffrey W. Gilger & Gordon ShermanS3, Mnemonics and Multisensory Strategies: How important are these for teaching reading skills to at-risk students? - Rebecca H. Felton & Elizabeth C. CrawfordS5, Is Learning Disability a Misnomer and Dyslexia a Problem Reading? - G. Emerson Dickman, III
S6, Teaching Curriculum-Based Measurement and Miscue Analysis for Implementation in Classroom Based Assessment and Instruction - Calhoon & FainS7, RTI for Comprehension:Tackling Reading Comprehension from its Language Roots - Bronstein & OtisS8, Issues in Phonology: what you need to know before you pick up those cards. - Marcia Mann
S10, Roadmap for Parents: Getting the Right Help for Your Child - Rebecca M. Clingman et al.S11, Meaningful Accountability for Students with Dyslexia Candace Cortiella et al.S13, Beyond the double-deficit model: An information-processing model for assessing dyslexia and linking the childs profile to modifications in Orton-Gillingham instruction - Janet Lynn Kemp
S14, Key Aspects of an Effective Adolescent Literacy Program - Nancy E. Marchand-Martella & Ronald MartellaS15, When the Same Mistakes Keep Happening: Helping Dyslexic Students Develop and Apply Cognitive Strategies - Carol S. WoodsS16, An Introduction to Wilson JUST WORDS: An Intervention Literacy Program for Grades 4-12 - Barbara A. Wilson
S17, Developing Vocabulary for Reading Success - Rai ThompsonS18, Practicing Metacognition: Building Ownership of Language Structure - David C. WintersS19, Reading Interventions for Students in the Upper Elementary Grades - Jeanne Wanzek
S20, Identifying and Teaching the Twice Exceptional Learner - Arlene W. SondayT32, Creating the Academic College Experience for College Students with Learning Disabilities: A Workshop for Secondary and Postsecondary Teachers and Administrators - Lydia Block et al. T34, MSL Grammar Instruction for Native and Non-Native Speakers of English - Elke Schneider
F26 The Link Between Learning Disabilities and Social/Emotional Development - G. Emerson Dickman, IIICD-ROM of all recorded presentations.Bundle C: (A10-445 & A8-428) = 4 CME credits for Train the Mediation Trainer
30, Explore the Use of Coatings in Repair & Maintenance17, How to Breathe New Life into an Aging Indoor Waterpark3, Toxic Toys: How to Manage the Sale & Use of Consumer Products & Toys
4, Reinventing Food Operations at Waterparks: A Case Study5, Green Water$6, Low Cost Marketing Strategies for Public Facilities
7, Is Your Facility ADA Compliant?8, Igniting Brilliance in Times of Change9, Interface Training with Lifeguards & Fire & Rescue Staff
10, Managing the Issues of Unique Guests12, Smart Ways to Negotiate & Save on Media Buying13, Staying One Step Ahead of RWIs
14, Help Us Help You: Top Ten Claims Producers15, Growing Your Sales, Not Youre Prices-Increase Your Foodservice Volume and Bottom Line16, Pumps and Motors
19, Doing More with Less: Renovate to Generate a Return on Your Investment20, PR is Free Media...Are You Getting Your Share?21, Ten Top Reasons Liability Claims Go Awry
22, The Science of Spray Parks: Managing Water Quality & Other Issues23, WAVES for Teenage Workforce Success: How to RecruitEducate, Motivate and Retain TODAYS Teens andYoung Adults 24, Developing the US Model Aquatic Health Code
25, Emergency Response Plans Made Easy26, Ten Critical Steps in Designing & Laying Out a Game Zone27, Power Up Group Sales with an Interactive Discussion
28, Most Popular Theories of Liability & How to Defeat Them31, Operating Your Aquatic Center at a Profit32, Gift Shop Gold: Merchandising Tips That Work
33, Successful Marketing Strategies in a Down Economy34, Mock Trial: Carter v Happy Valley Water World, (Part 1)35, Energize Your Savings: A Panel On Energy Conservation
36, Why Do They Hate Me? Lets Count the Ways!5, Green Water$Brand Extension and the Value of Co-Branding in Tough Times
18, Brand Extension and the Value of Co-Branding in Tough Times38, Fresh Air: Maintaining Healthy Air Quality39, Sink or Swim: Marketing in a New Media World
40, Mock Trial: Carter v Happy Valley Water World, (Part 2)41 Challenges and Opportunities of Surf AttractionsComplete Set of all recorded sessions
1. How to Use the Internet to Build Your Self-Storage Business An Overview2. From Drab to Fab: Reinvention of an Older Self-Storage Business4. The Lowdown on Going Up: Building Multi-Story Self Storage
5. Clever Marketing to the Generations: Boomers, Xers & Millennials6. Boost Your Business: Managing Rates, Staff & Costs7. Using Insurance to Maximize Profit & Minimize Expenses
8. Conducting a Self-Storage Feasibility Study: A Checklist for Success9. Social-Media Mastery for Self-Storage Operators10. Using the Internet to Streamline Your Self-Storage Operation
11. Whats Your Facility Worth? Operating Performance Levels & Valuation Trends12. Now Is the Time to Build Self-Storage: Taking Advantage of a Down Economy13. Building a Self-Storage Website & E-Mail Database
14. Analyze & Minimize Self-Storage Expenses15. If I Mess Up My Lien Sale, So What? Avoid Common Pitfalls16. Creating the Most Effective Site Design & Self-Storage Layout
17. Igniting Self-Storage Profit Through Super Sales18. From Mediocre to Magnificent: The Making of a Motivated Manager19. The Capital Markets: Whats on the Horizon for Self-Storage
20. Making Money With Self-Storage Conversions21. Cost-Effective Marketing Strategies for Self-Storage22. Tenant Screening, Crime Prevention & Dealing With the Media
23. Managing Your Financial Future: Credit Markets & Exit Strategies24. Self-Storage Acquisitions: Affordable Deal Structures for Todays Economy25. Maximizing Free Online Advertising Opportunities for Self-Storage
26. Working With a Third-Party Management Company: Pros & Cons27. Ready to Sell Your Storage Property? The Prep Behind the Sale28. Solar Technology 101: Incentives, Rebates & Feed-In Tariffs
29. Making the Most of Community Events & Grassroots Marketing30. Conducting an Effective Self-Storage Audit31. Self-Storage Insurance: An Overview of Critical Coverages
32 Using Solar in Self-Storage: An Economic Model for Optimizing Your Site & Maximizing Your Investment33. Self-Storage Sales: Keys to Converting Leads to Rentals34. Own It? How Self-Storage Managers Can Step Up Their Role in the Business
35. Creating Profit & Peace of Mind With Self-Storage Tenant Insurance36. Green Building Certification for Self-Storage Builders37. Overcoming Competition: Four Secrets Used by Top Companies
38. Self-Storage Facility Maintenance: A Competitive Edge39. Dealing With Tenant or Corporate Bankruptcy40. Going Green: Creating an Onsite Recycling Center
3. Assembling a Loan Package That Attracts Dollars & ApprovalsB2, A Step-by-Step Guide to Lateral Partner Recruiting: From Identifying Firm Needs to Successful Integration B4, Counseling Students & Associates to Overcome Barriers to Career & Job Search Success
B5, Employee Insiders: What Your Students Need to Know About Professionalism to Survive & ThriveB6, Great Expectations: A Staff Management Toolbox for the Experienced ManagerB9, Productivity & Profitability: Facilitating the Understanding of Firm Economics
B10, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - The Case for Affinity GroupsC13, America the Beautiful - Exploring the Country Through State Court ClerkshipsC14, Counseling on Federal Opportunities 101
C15, E-Networking, Part 1: To Tweet or Not to TweetC16, How to Reinvigorate Your Core Training for AssociatesC17, Issues in the Legal Profession for Transgender Law Students
C19, Recruiting in the Aftermath of the RecessionC20, Reinventing Yourself: Changing Positions, Changing Employers, Changing SidesC21, Knowledge is Power: Using Recruiting & Professional Development Data to Raise Your Profile at the Firm
C22, Strengthening Diversity Leadership Through Emotional IntelligenceD30, OSCAR (Online System for Clerkship Application & Review): Season Review & Look AheadD29, New Perspective on Recruiting Models
D28, Lessons Learned from the Economic DownturnD27, Is Anybody Out There?: Strategies for Legal Employers to Attract & Retain LGBT LawyersD26, Developing Data Driven PD Initiatives
D31, Says Who? The Art & Science of Changing MindsE33, Deferred Associates & Public Sector Placements: Looking Back & Building RelationshipsE35, Employment Law for the Recruiting Manager
E36, E-Networking, Part 2: Putting Your Best E-Footprint ForwardE38, Managing Your CSO in a Shifting EnvironmentE39, Maximizing Hiring, PD & Diversity Initiatives in Small & Mid-Size Firms
E40, Preparing Your Students & Redesigning Your Outreach Efforts to Effectively Reach Small FirmsF44, Become a Strategic Partner in Lateral HiringF45, Easing the Transition of Deferred Associates
F46, Jump the Shark: How to Cope When Programs Outlive Their Usefulness F47, LRAPs Post CCRAAF52, What the NALP Directory of Legal Employers Data Tell Us About Diversity in Law Firms
G54, Aligning Recruitment Strategy with Firm VisionG57, Diverse Lawyer Recruiting Challenges & StrategiesG61, Leading & Managing a Multi-Office & Multi-Disciplinary Team
G62, Leading in Challenging Times: Recharge, Refocus, & RenewH67, Ethics of Lawyer Recruiting PracticesH69, Judicial Clerkships: From Mainstream to Off the Beaten Path
H71, Navigating Online Rumor Mills & Maintaining a Positive Image for Law Firms/SchoolsH72, Strengthening the Legal Diversity PipelineI74, Adding Horsepower to Your CSO
I76, Diversity Yourself: Solidifying Your RoleI77, Law Firm Interviewing:I78, Looking Beyond Today: Developing Recruiting Strategy in Tough Times
I79, Making Lemonade: Blueprint for the Alternative Career CounselorI80, NALP on the State of the Legal Economy & the Legal Employment MarketI81, Public Interest Workshop: Whats Working, Whats Not, & Hot Topics
I82, The Who, What, When & Where of Law Student Mentoring ProgramsJ83, Coping with Crisis: Practical Tactics for Reinforcing Resiliency & Responding to Warning Signals of Lawyer DistressJ84, High-Stakes Presentations
Complete Set of all recorded sessionsA73, Plenary Session: Successful Leadership Through Times of ChangeCD-ROM, Contains MP3 audio files of all recorded presentation from this conference
CD-ROM, Contains MP3 audio files of all recorded presentation from this conferenceCD-ROM, Contains MP3 audio files of all recorded presentation from this conferenceH64, A Roadmap for Counseling JDs & LLMs on International Opportunities
Complete Set: All recorded presentationsGS1 Monday PM, June 7 Circles of Divine LoveGS2 Tuesday AM, June 8 Keynote: Doug Krug
GS3 Tuesday PM, June The Transformation ExperienceGS4 Tuesday PM, June 8 Julie Montague & Wayne ElseyGS5 Tuesday PM, June 8 Keynote: Dr. Barbara Marx Hubbard
GS6 Thursday AM, June 10 Joseph R. MyersGS7 Thursday PM, June 10 Keynote: Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith & Rickie Byars BeckwithGS8 Friday AM, June 11 The Board Interactive Session
GS9 Friday PM, June 11 Keynote: James TrappDR8 Women Ministers Dinner with Karen TudorDR9 Thriving Minister's Dinner
1 Operating From Expanding Circles of Compassion - Cindy Wigglesworth2 Top Ten Ways To Make Your Ministry Intergenerational - Team of Nguers3 The Art & Practice of Living With Nothing And No One Against You - Gary Simmons & Rima Bonario
4 Returning the Ministry To The People of God - Vernon & Charlene Armitage5 Compass Point: Keeping Our Kids Connected To Their Source - Kellogg & Simmons 8 Music & Theatre - Kristine Theurer & Myles Murchison
9 Turn Your Music Department Into A Music Ministry - Richard Mekdeci & Sue Riley10 The G.E.N.I.U.S. Project For Youth & Family Ministry - Diane Venzera12 Speaking With Confidence & Power; What Every Minister & Author Needs To Know - Temple Hayes
13 Unity Partnerships In The Larger Community: See How It Works! - Jan Chase6 Expansion Concentrica - Luzette Rivera11 El Rol Pastoral De Un Ministro De Unity - Coco Ramos
PS1- Plenary Session I Complete Set: All recorded presentationsPS2- Plenary Session II
PS3- Plenary Session IIIPS4- Plenary Session IV101- Taking on the Big Issues in Government That Affect Us All
102- Structured Data Is Essential for Effective Archival Description and Discovery: True or False?103- Western Trailblazing: The Movement Toward State and Regional Collaboration104- Taking Scale Seriously: Practical Metadata Strategies for Very Large Digital Collections
105- After the Ice Age: Collection Recovery After the Recovery Is Over106- Archival Training on a Shoestring107- Real-World Digitizing for Humble Shops Undertaking Hefty Digitization Projects
108- Achieving Positive Diversity Outcomes109- Current Archives and Research Issues from Indian Country201- Intellectual Property Legislation and Litigation Update
202- Content in the Cloud: Opportunity or New Risk for Records Managers?203- Providing Web Access to Medical and Health-Related Visual Materials for Diverse Users204- Braving the New Archives World: Updating the Skills of a New Generation of Mid-Career Archivists and Records Professionals
205- Emergency Preparedness: Different States, Different Responses206- Is EAD Too Complex? Breaking Down Barriers to EAD Implementation207- Developing a Model Statute for Access to and Ownership of Governors Records
208- The Federal Agencies Digitization Guidelines Initiative: Case Studies of the Guidelines at Work209- Archivist or Educator? Meet Your Institutions Goals by Being Both301- Coping with Downsizings
302- So, Like, Byte Me: A Critical Response by Records Professionals to Born-Digital Records303- Privacy, Freedom of Information, Transparency, Accountability, and the Public Record304- Out of the Classroom and Into the Laboratory: Experimenting with Archives Education 3.0
305- Gold, Guns, and the Press (or Do as I Say, Not as I Do): Learning When Things Go Wrong306- Sex, Sports, and Parking: From Documentation Strategy to Documenting Society307- Emerging Archivists Paper Session
308- That Was Easy! Making Digital Archives a Pleasure to Use309- Minding the Information Gap: Research Outreach Programs in Caribbean Government Archives401- On the Case with the History Detectives: Public Television and Archival Advocacy
402- Archivist 2.0: Policies, Partnerships, Predictions, and Possibilities403- Security Challenges of the 21st Century404- Replevin: Whats Mine Is Mine (Unless Its Yours)
406- E-Discovery and Records Professionals: Overcoming the Digital Tsunami407- Trust Me, Im an Archivist: Transparency, Accountability, and Archival Documentation408- Archives on Trial: How International Justice Is Served
409- Nourishing Local Government Archives and Records Centers501- Distributed Custodial Archival Preservation Environments (DCAPE) Project: Status Report and Demonstration502- Not on Google? It Doesnt Exist: Findability and Search Engine Optimization for Archives
503- Working Toward Clarity on Copyright Publication for Visual Works504- Building a National Network of State Historical Records Advisory Boards506- Lessons Learned: Addressing the Challenges of an ERMS Implementation in King County, Washington, and Washington, D.C.
507- The Realities of Authenticity508- Perspectives on Cartoons: Art, Archival Objects, Assets509- Working for Freedom: Documenting the Civil Rights Movement
510- Walk Out of This Session with a Disaster Plan!601- Balancing Public Services with Technical Services in the Age of Basic Processing603- Becoming a Real Player in the Policy Game: Preparing Stewards of Digital Public Information
604- Bibliographic Control of Archival Materials: The Impact of Library Standards on Archives605- Implications of Web-Based Technology in Records Management: ARMA/ANSI Standards Project606- The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Working with Dirty or Hazardous Collections and Your Health
607- But Hes Really Rich!: Selection, Appraisal, and Fundraising Campaigns608- Labor Records...and So Much More: New Directions in Acquisition, Access, and Outreach for Labor Collections 609- High-Risk Disaster Preparedness and Response: Lessons for Us All
701- The Art of Archival Judgment: Applying More Product Less Process (MPLP)702- The Archivist Is STILL the Interface: The Ongoing Role of Mediation in Archives703- Tools and Processes for Trustworthy and Scalable Electronic Accessioning
704- Online Graduate Archival Education: Can We Do It? Yes, We Can!705- The Real Reference Revolution706- Challenges and Success Stories from the National Digital Newspaper Project
707- Preserving and Digitizing Records in the Developing World: Trust, Accountability, and International Cooperation708- The World at Our Doorstep: Digitizing Historical Maps 709- Insular Records for the Unincorporated: Archiving the Historical Record of U.S. Territories
Seniors Housing 101Commitment to Quality Services: Effects of the Great Recession and Where Do We Go From Here?Navigating Todays Conventional Financing Market
Advanced Underwriting: How to Recognize and Deal with RiskSales & Marketing: The New FundamentalsAccessing REIT Capital
20 Year Perspective: The Past, The Present and The Future of Seniors Housing and CareThe Changing Healthcare Landscape and How it Affects Your Bottom Line: Views from Washington InsidersThe Future of Agency Financing
Case Studies of ValuationsMedicaid Funding and the Future of Skilled Nursing PropertiesMedicare Changes and Their Impact on Long-Term Care
Fantastic Food Service FinancialsSponsorships Real Value/Real Revenue Ten Critical Steps in Designing & Laying Out a Game Zone
Where's the $ for Preventative Maintenance: The Public Sector StruggleYear-Round Staffing -- Recruit & Retain the Team You NeedCha-Ching! New Profit Centers to Make you a Mint
Demystifying Waterpark Insurance Lone Star Water Wars - A History and Update of Waterparks in TexasMaintaining Your Assets - A Proactive Approach
Is Your Claims Management Department Helping You or the Plaintiff?The New & Evolving Business of Group SalesThe Nuts & Bolts Approach to Nearly Perfect Water
Pump Up Your Per Caps - Concessions Panel Discussion Slips, Trips, and Falls in Waterparks: Biomechanical Implications of Various FactorsModel Aquatic Health Code - The Latest News for Waterparks
Trends in Secondary Sanitation Systems Are They for You?All Recorded Presentations on CD-ROMComplete set of all recorded sessions, audio and visuals.
Complete set of all recorded sessions, audio and visuals.Proven Tips to Lower Energy Demand & ConsumptionT1: Sentence Comprehension Workout Time
T2: The Substance of the SchwaT3: Assessment of Spelling: Errors CountT4: Dyslexia 101
T6: Different Learners: How Nature and Nurture Interact to Cause or Remediate Learning ProblemsT7: Navigating the River of EnglishT8: When the Principal Supports the Principles: School-wide professional development for systematic writing instruction
T9: Teaching the Teachers: Effective Models for Colleges and UniversitiesT13: Strategies for Reading ComprehensionT14: Instruction for Older Students with a Word-Level Reading Disability
T15: Morphological Awareness Instruction: Integrating Decoding, Spelling, & VocabularyT16: Genes and Dyslexia - A Guide for BeginnersT17: DIBELS and Beyond: A Critical Review of Reading Fluency Measures
T18: Contributions of Phonological Processing Skills to Reading Skills in Arabic Speaking ChildrenT19: Active Student Engagement: The Key to Effective Instructional DeliveryT20: Comprehension instruction that integrates imagery and verbal processes results in student achievement
T22: Sensational Syllabication The 2nd Tier for DecodingT23: Addressing Teacher Preparation Standards and Practices... A Collaborative University-School Partnership ModelT24: Identifying Dyslexia: Let's Stop Monkeying Around
T25: RtI and DyslexiaT26: Self-Advocacy: Helping Children Understand Their Learning DisabilitiesT27: Fulbright Scholar Project: International Research to Practice - Working with Teacher/Logopedia Training in Latvia
T28: Helping Students to 'Get Their Words Out and On Paper': Oral and Written Strategies for Supporting Narrative and Expository ExpressionT29: Phonology+Phonics+Morphology+Etymology=OrthographyT30: Implementing Response to Intervention (RtI): Practical Tips from a School Perspective
T31: Weaving Success: Metacognition in Structured Language LessonT32: Phonological Awareness: Middle Schoolers Need It Too!T33: Spelling errors reveal word study knowledge
T34: Planning and Implementation of a Comprehensive Teacher Training Program in Multisensory Instruction at the Therapist Level in the Public School System: A Model for a Self-Sustaining Program.T35: What Does Dyslexia Mean for Entrepreneurs and Successful Business Leaders?T36: Stages of Instruction for Decoding, Encoding, and Vocabulary
T37: Get Together With Your School Psychologists and Speech Pathologists! Fighting for best practices in schools together, not aloneT38: Can Phonological Awareness Equally Predict Reading Ability in L1 and L2? A Pilot Study of Lebanese First Graders.T41: Spelling--The Key to Writing and Reading Success
T43: Neuropsychological deficits underlying social skills weaknesses and strategies for remediationT45: Meeting the Needs of dyslexic studentsT46: The Perfect Storm: Multisensory SMART Board and the Dyslexic
T47: Parents as Advocates: A new national Parent Leaders initiativeF1: Arizona Response to Intervention (AZRtI)F2: What it all Means: The role of rich vocabulary knowledge in reading and its intervention
F3: Using Syllable Instruction to Connect Reading and Writing in the Content AreasF4: Training K-2 Teachers to Teach Reading: Results from a 3-year ProjectF5: Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and procedura learning deficit
F6: Teach Efficient Computational Skills to Students With Written Output DeficitsF7: MSL Grammar instruction with children's literatureF8: Welcome to the Future Where Dyslexic Brains Thrive
F9: Evaluating the efficacy of research-based reading remediation in high school: Immediate and long-term outcomes following participation in the PHAST PACES Program.F10: Why an evaluation of ADHD is critical for a diagnosis of dyslexia: What parents, teachers and administrators need to knowF11: Effective school and reading strategies for Arizona's ELL students
F12: Dyslexia Construction Zone: Building a Definition and Assembling Tools for TeachingF13: The Comprehension Crossroads: Fluency and VocabularyF14: Mastering the Alphabetic Principle: A course in how we MAP speech to print for teaching reading and spelling
F16: Daily Plan to Overcome Handwriting DifficultiesF17: Teaching Math is Teaching ThinkingF18: Using RtI Reading Assessments Effectively
F19: Effective Interventions for English Language Learners: From Research to PracticeF21: Orton's Legacy: Dyslexia and Talent ReconsideredF22: Orton & Gillingham: Legend, Lore and Legacy
F23: What's the connection? Dialect features and reading subskills in African-American children who are struggling readers.F24: Increasing Written Language Expression in Young Reluctant WritersF25: Linking Neuroscience and Reading Remediation
F26: Hidden deficits in sentence level production: The relationship between oral language knowledge and reading text in developmental dyslexiaF27: Thank You, Alice.F28: Using Technology with Our Most Struggling Readers Programs That Make a Difference!
F30: Instruction and self-assessment of expository writingF31: Putting Fluency in PerspectiveF32: Mining Learning Disability Documentation for Clues in Determining Eligibility for Specific Accommodations
F34: Morphological Awareness Training for Vocabulary Expansion and Higher Level Decoding: A Classroom Perspective.F35: Using Your Eyes and Ears Doesn't Cost an Arm and a LegF36: Leveraging Technology to Build Professional Learning Communities: A Model for Professional Development at The Charles Armstrong School
F37: IDA 2010 Legislative Session: AdvocacyF38: MAKING MATH REAL: The Comprehensive Evidenced-Based Multisensory-Structured Methodology in Mathematics Consistent with Research from Cognitive Science and NeurobiologyF39: A New Look at Learning Disabilities
F40: Illustrating & Linking Elementary and Secondary Math Concepts: Practical Multisensory Strategies For Use With The Dyslexic LearnerF41: Is it possible to prevent reading difficulties? The results of a multisensory, multi-tier linguistic phonics kindergarten curriculumF42: Writing Adventures: Structured & Systematic Writing Instruction
F44: Technology Supports for the Reading & Writing Processes Geared to the Older Student or Adult with DyslexiaF45: Implementing Curriculum-Based Measurement and Miscue Analysis to Individualize Remedial Reading InstructionF47: Dysgraphia: Writing on the Wall Can Spell Trouble in the Classroom
S1: Determining Accommodations for Students with Psychiatric Disorders: New Challenges in Light of the ADA Amendments ActS2: Writing Matters: Developing Writing Skills In Students Who StruggleS3: Using Multi-sensory instruction for language arts
S4: Recent Biobehavioral Insights in Dyslexia, AD(H)D, Asperger-Autism, and Tourette SyndromeS5: Executive Functions: What Are They, Why Are They Important, and How Can We Help?S6: Morphology: A Structured, Sequential Approach
S7: Multisensory Instruction: Preschool to High SchoolS8: Shared Roots of Excellence: Orton-Gillingham and the Slingerland ApproachS9: Sustaining Your Literacy Programs to Support Continuous Student Improvement
S10: Using the computer with dyslexics to treat the deficit in transition from letter-by-letter sounding out to word part decoding of multi-syllable words.S11: Beyond RtI for Decoding: Supporting Early Vocabulary Development within a Multi-tier Approach to Instruction and InterventionS13: Syllable Serendipities: Two Thematic Motifs for Syllable Division
S15: Top 10 Secrets to Using Technology for Better LearningS16: Evaluation of Students with Learning Disabilities: Test/Treat or Treat/Test?S17: Learning Game Ideas to Adapt and Apply
S18: Transition Planning for CollegeS19: Community-based Strategies, Stories, and Successes of Implementing AIM and Assistive TechnologyS20: Making Cents Scents Sense of Words
W1: Working Memory and Learning : The Critical LinkW2: Reforming Teacher Education - What Does it TakeW4: Dyslexia: Linking Assessment to Effective Intervention
A2 Immigration SessionB1 Adverse Effects of Water Spots on GlassB3 Water-fed Pole 101
C1 Glass Corrosion What You Need To KnowC2 Transportable Rigging Equipment Safety SeminarD1 Architectural Glass: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
D2 OSHAD3 Water-fed Pole Tips & TricksE1 Fabrication Debris: What You Need To Know
E2 Awning Cleaning, Restoration & ProtectionE3 Solar Electric Panel CleaningF1 How to Series
G2 High Rise PanelG1 Operational StructureG3 Scaffold User Safety & Hazard Awareness
H1 Ladder & Water-fed Pole SafetyH2 Route PanelH3 Understanding the Application for Effective Leadership
A1 Inventory ManagementAll recorded presentations from the conference.1. Creating a Mindset for Business Growth - John Traver
2. Creative Self-Storage Marketing: Real-Life Case Studies - Carl Touhey and Jason Allen3. Design-It-Yourself Marketing: Marketing Printable Promos for Self-Storage - John Roser4. Free Ways to Get Self-Storage Tenants Online - Mario Feghali and Chuck Gordon
5. Effective Self-Storage Sales Skills - Brad North6. Take the Mystery Out of Mystery Shopping - Lori Niemczyk7. Demystifying SEO: Understanding and Applying It to Self-Storage Marketing - Brandon Honeycutt
8. Motivating Staff to Embrace Sales: Units and Retail Product - Kenny Pratt9. Community Marketing for Self-Storage: Embracing Grassroots Strategies - Tammy Ross10. Providing Supreme Customer Service in Self-Storage - Tom Litton
11. Tips for Hiring, Training and Evaluating Self-Storage Employees - Joe Niemczyk12. Conflict in the Workplace: Dealing With Difficult Tenants and Co-Workers - Tron Jordheim13. Revising Your Self-Storage Rental Agreement: Important Changes 2011 - Jeffrey Greenberger
14. Lien Sales: Understanding a Facilitys Legal Liabilities - Scott Zucker15. Is the Boogieman in the Closet? Storage Auction Myths vs. Realities - Lance Watkins Storage; Dan Dotson16. Tornadoes, Fires and Storms Oh My! What to Do Before and After a Disaster - Jonathan Vogel
17. Curb Appeal is King: Self-Storage Facility Maintenance and Renovation - Andrew Fawcett18. Critical Insurance Coverages for Self-Storage - Randy Tipton19. Getting Rid of the Self-Storage Discount Disease - RK Kliebenstein
20. Choosing a Self-Storage Tenant-Insurance Program - Harry Sleighel and Matt Schaller21. Is Now the Time to Build or Buy? Project Feasibility for Self-Storage - Jim Chiswell22. Self-Storage Facility Valuation: Understanding the Worth of Your Investment - Charles Ray Wilson
23. Creating the Most Effective Site Design and Layout for Self-Storage - Jamie Lindau24. Buying Self-Storage and Conducting Due Diligence - RK Kliebenstein25. Self-Storage: State of the Industry 2011 - Christian Sonne and Greg Wells
26. The Self-Storage Investment Transaction Marketplace - (Moderator) John Gilliland27. Boat and RV Storage: Developing and Constructing Buildings for This Profitable Niche - Caesar Wright 28. Solar Self-Storage 101: Technology, Costs, Financial Incentives and More - Bob Hayworth and Matt Harrison
29. Buying Distressed Self-Storage Facilities: The Basics of REOs, Foreclosures and Short Sales - Scott Frank30. A Guide to Selling Self-Storage in Todays Real Estate Market - Ben Vestal 31. Using Interactive Technology & Social Media to Generate Leads & Improve Marketing Presence - Randy Hatch & Stacey Shaw
32. Self-Storage Software and Security: Evaluating Options, Maximizing Products - (Moderator) Mel Holsinger33. Self-Storage Technology: The Mobile Transition - Aaron Warnock and Kim Evered34. New Technological Tools: Automation, Sales and Operational Support - (Moderator) Tron Jordheim
35. Meeting Monthly Income Goals: Creative Techniques for Self-Storage Collections, Sales and Auctions - Anne Ballard36. Cash Isnt Always King: Manager Compensation and Incentives - Linnea Appleby37. Using SBA Financing for Self-Storage - Georgia Ragsdale
38. Building a Powerful Online Presence: Making the Web Work for Self-Storage - Scott JensenComplete Set of all recorded sessionsT2. Charting the Future in the Midst of Fiscal Uncertainty
T1. What is the Future of the Skilled Nursing Sector?T3. The Coming Cap Rate Divide: The Future (Not the Past) of ValuationsT4. Innovative Directions for the Skilled Nursing Sector
T5. Strategies for Dealing with Funding CutsT6. Creative Financing in a Low Leverage Environment- The Real DealT7. Still Taking up the Slack: HUD/LEAN 2011
T8. Positioning Your Company in the Post-Acute ContinuumT9. Case Studies for Modernization: Keeping Up with the Times the Old-Fashioned Way- With Ingenuity, Not MoneyT10. When to Hold and When to Fold: Exit Strategies for Nursing Home Sellers and Investors
T11. Making Your Case: Using Data Systems to Capture OutcomesT12. When Will the Banks Be Back? And What Are They Doing Now?T13. Culture Change- Soft Like a Brick: How Facilities and Companies are Achieving Serious Financial and Clinical Results Through Resident-Directed Care
Complete Set of both the NIC Regional Symposium and National Skilled Nursing Investment Forum Recorded SessionsComplete Set of all National Nursing Investment Forum Recorded SessionsComplete Set of all NIC Regional Symposium Recorded Sessions
R2. Economic Update: Color Commentary and Analysis for Your Game StrategyR3. Whats in Your Playbook?R5. Extreme Makeover: Recycling Older Communities Offers Cost-Effective Alternative to New Construction
R4. Who'll Finance My Deal? And On What Terms?R6. Playing Offense: The Growth PlayR7. The Lending Environment Has Changed: Has Your Loan Package?
R8. Behind the Numbers: How CEOs Measure ValueR9. Playing Defense: The Recap PlayR10. Fresh Plays for a Changing Sales and Marketing Field
R11. Competing for Capital in a Challenging ClimateR12. Moving the Ball and Holding the Line: New Plays for Driving NOIT1-11. What is the Future of the Skilled Nursing Sector?
T2-11. Charting the Future in the Midst of Fiscal UncertaintyT3-11. The Coming Cap Rate Divide: The Future (Not the Past) of ValuationsT4-11. Innovative Directions for the Skilled Nursing Sector
T5-11. Strategies for Dealing with Funding CutsT6-11. Creative Financing in a Low Leverage Environment- The Real DealT7-11. Still Taking up the Slack: HUD/LEAN 2011
T8-11. Positioning Your Company in the Post-Acute ContinuumT9-11. Case Studies for Modernization: Keeping Up with the Times the Old-Fashioned Way- With Ingenuity, Not MoneyT10-11. When to Hold and When to Fold: Exit Strategies for Nursing Home Sellers and Investors
T11-11. Making Your Case: Using Data Systems to Capture OutcomesT12-11. When Will the Banks Be Back? And What Are They Doing Now?T13-11. Culture Change- Soft Like a Brick: How Facilities and Companies are Achieving Serious Financial and Clinical Results Through Resident-Directed Care
R2-11. Economic Update: Color Commentary and Analysis for Your Game StrategyR3-11. Whats in Your Playbook?R4-11. Wholl Finance My Deal? And On What Terms?
R5-11. Extreme Makeover: Recycling Older Communities Offers Cost-Effective Alternative to New ConstructionR6-11. Playing Offense: The Growth PlayR7-11. The Lending Environment Has Changed: Has Your Loan Package?
R8-11. Behind the Numbers: How CEOs Measure ValueR9-11. Playing Defense: The Recap PlayR10-11. Fresh Plays for a Changing Sales and Marketing Field
R11-11. Competing for Capital in a Challenging ClimateR12-11. Moving the Ball and Holding the Line: New Plays for Driving NOIW1, Alumni Engagement Through Career Services & Professional Development
W2, New Models of Leadership for a Changing ProfessionW3, Core Competencies for Recruitment Professionals: Understanding & Development Skills in Career SuccessW4, Counseling for International Public Interest Opportunities
W5, From Black Boxes to Glass Houses: Evolving Expectations of Law Firm TransparencyW6, From Classroom to Boardroom: How Career Services & Law Firm Professionals Can Help Prepare Students W7, Lead a Horse to Water & Get It to Drink: Coaching & Inspiring Your 3Ls Down the Home Stretch
W8, Next Generation Recruiting: Competency-based Behavioral InterviewingW9, We Are Family - Institutionalizing Support for Your LGBT StudentsW10, Bridging the Gap: Cross-Deparmental Collaboration forSuccessfull Hiring & Retention
W11, Developing & Maintaining the Law School-Employer RelationshipW12, Diverse Women: Success Strategies in Law FirmsW13, Recognizing & Responding to Mental Illness: A Guide for NALP Members Without Backgrounds in Mental Health
W14, Short Term Strategies to Achieve Long Term Career Goals: Bridging the Gap From Law School to PracticeW15, The Changing World of Client Expectations: How Talent Management Can Add Value in the New ParadigmW16, This Is Not the Time to Be Shy: How to Reach Out, Network & Build the Strategic Relationships Your Legal Career
T19, Creating Your Brand - Image Management for Career Success in the New MillenniumT20, Leveraging Your Lateral Partners: Integration Methods to Maximize Return on InvestmentsT21, Post-Graduate Public Interest Fellowships: The Inside Scoop for Maximizing Success
T22, Recruiting & Hiring for FitT23, Teaching Newer Lawyers About the Law Firm as a BusinessT24, The Joy of Self-Assessment: How Knowing More About Yourself Can Improve Your Effectiveness as a Lawyer
T25, The Rise of Alumni Clerks: Challenges & Opportunities for Career Conuselors & Legal Recruiting ProfessionalsT29, Cultural Intelligence: A Required Skilled for Those Who Interview, Hire, & Advise International JD & LLMs T30, Improving Racial & Ethnic Diversity in Federal Clerkships
T31, Capatilize on Alumni ConnectionsT32, Super Sizing Your Symplicity UsageT33, The Complete Guide to Federal Work Study
T34, Tiptoeing Around Landmines: Diversity-Related Employment LawT35, Weathering the Storm: Using NALP Research to Survive & Thrive in Todays Uncertain TimesT36, Beyond the Basics - Tips & Tricks for Using OSCAR
T37, E-Learning E-lert: Efficient & Effective Technologies toEngage A Broader Audience T38, Exploring Internship & Externship Programs for Law Students: Investigating the Concerns & AdvantagesT39, Gender Matters
T40, Immigration: Basics & BeyondT41, Job Satisfaction & Personality Type: Finding a Legal Specialty Appealing to the Core of Your PersonalityT42, Lateral Hiring in the New Normal
T43, Testing the Tests: Can Objective Assessment Help Solve Recruitment, Evaluation, & Development Challenges?T44, The Power of Effective FacilitationT45, The Presidential Management Fellows Program: Entree to Prestigious Non-Attorney Federal Positions
F48, Pathways to NALP LeadershipF50, Cracking the Lateral Partner Recruiting Code: Secrets From the Other SideF51, Fostering Collaborations Between Experiential Learning Programs & Career Development Offices
F52, Social Media SuperchargedF53, The Five Most Important Trends in Talent ManagementF55, The Three Year Plan for a Successful Clerkship Program at Your Law School
F57, Building Bench Strength: Succession Planning StrategiesF58, Hot Topics Session: Dont Ask Dont TellF59, iConnect- A Method to Work with the Press to Showcase Your Success
F61, Manging a Team is Stressful! It Can Get Lonely At The Top:HR Tools for Helping Managers Cope F62, Moving Beyond the Pyramid: Exploring Alternative Staffing ModelsF63, Public Interest Hot Topics Discussion - Whats Working & Whats Not!
F64, The Evolution of the Legal Profession: A Conversation with the Legal Communitys Thought LeadersF65, The Wild Wild West: Corralling the Misconceiptions of Setting Up a Solo PracticeF66, Above the Fray: Maintaining a Positive Image Online
F67, Alternative Careers: Now More Than EverF68, Diversity Committees That Work: Creation, Utilization & ReformationF69, Get Em While Theyre Young - One-L Outreach
F70, Helping Associates Go Gentle Out of the FirmF71, Interpreting the Law School Transcript: The Insiders Guide to Law School CurriculumF72, Predictors of Success: Models for Selecting Legal Talent
S74, Influence: Getting a Seat at the Table & Your Ideas HeardAll Recorded Presentations on CD-ROMF60, Small Firm = Big Market
PL1 - Opening Plenary Session: Keynote Presentation by Rachel Wohl (1.2 CME Credits)PL2 - Plenary: Violence Against Women: Become Part of the Solution, Anthony Porter (1.2 CME Credits in Domestic Violence and Cultural Diversity)PL3 - Ethics Plenary: MEAC Opinions - A Year in Review, moderated by Professor Sharon Press (2.0 CME Credits in Ethics)
A1 - Breaking Impasse & the Martial Arts: Advancing as a Kick #$% Mediator!, John Salmon, Joseph Sachter & Gerry Goradesky (2.1 CME Credits)A2 - Building a Better Business, Stuart W. Umbarger (2.1 CME Credits)A3 - The Mediation Within The Mediation: Sources of Intra Party and Inter Party Conflict, Jerome Tabas & David Lichter (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)
A4 - Florida ADR Case Law Update, Michael J. Gelfand (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)A5 - Mediation: The Dance and the Deal, Stephen C. Sawicki (2.1 CME Credits)A7 - Diversity in Living Color, Dr. Oscar Franco (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)
A8 - What Are Acceptable Limits of Deception in Mediation? Robin Caral Shaw and Amy S. Wolsky (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)A10 - Train the Mediation Trainer: Training with Panache, Melvin A. Rubin and Stephanie McHardy (2.1 CME Credits)A11 - Family Violence: A Typology and the Implications for Mediation, Judith McKay (2.1 CME Credits in Domestic Violence)
A12 - Mediators Tool Box, Peter O. Brick (2.1 CME Credits)B1 - Reflections on Florida Mediator Grievances: Enforcing Ethics, Professor Sharon Press (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)B2 - Improving Mediation through People Skills, Gregory Hoffman (2.1 CME Credits)
B3 - Essential Financial Concepts for Family Mediators and Practitioners, Darryll R. Bauchert, Sr. (2.1 CME Credits)B4 - Understanding Cultural Frameworks: Techniques for Mediators, Tina Jaeckle and Alexia Georgakopoulos (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)B5 - Is Incorporating Your Mediation Practice All Its Cracked Up to Be? Linda Smith and Ed Alexander (2.1 CME Credits)
B6 - I Dont Do That! Bad Habits of Good Mediators, Kim W. Torres and Ollie M. Lyons (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)B7 - The Role of Public Agencies Offering Mediation Services Part Deux, Panel: B. Jett, M. Frazier, K. Reynolds and C. T. Hill (2.1 CME Credits)B9 - Angels and Demons: How Mediations Rise and Fall through Narrative, Judith McKay and Richard Toumey (2.1 CME Credits)
B11 - ABCs of Diversity Mediation: Attitudes, Behaviors and Cultural Challenges, Robert Shearer and Jeanne Maes (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)B12 - The Nuts and Bolts of Running Your Mediation Practice, Ellen Kaslow Shulman and Christopher M. Shulman (2.1 CME Credits)B13 - Ethical Challenges in Mediation: Deal or No Deal? Gregory Firestone (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)
B14 - Purpose Drives Practice: Whats Your Purpose? Andrew Thomas (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics and Cultural Diversity)B15 - Domestic Violence: What Mediators Need To Know, Elinor Robin and Susan Dubow (2.1 CME Credits in Domestic Violence)C1 - Chemical Dependency and Domestic Violence, Anthony Porter (2.1 CME Credits in Domestic Violence)
C2 - Steak and Sizzle: Pro Se Family Mediation and Attracting Clients, Gerald S. Deutsch (2.1 CME Credits)C3 - Interpersonal Skills, Daniel Baldwin (2.1 CME Credits)C4 - Expanding Access to Justice Globally Through Court-Related Mediation, Lynn H. Cole (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)
C5 - Mediation in Afghanistan, Arve A. Wikstrom (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)C6 - Selling the Process: Winning Tactics to Engage Mediation Participants, Rodney Romano (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics)C7 - Workers Compensation, Jonathan Conant (2.1 CME Credits)
C8 - Multiculturalism and Mediation: Where Are We Now? Kirk Rascoe (2.1 CME Credits in Cultural Diversity)C9 - The Peacemakers of Institutionalized Mediation: Theories to Reveal the Influences of Power in Family Mediation, Rebecca Storrow and Alexia Georgakopoulos (2.1 CME Credits)C10 - Circle Process and Creative Problem Solving in Mediation, Professor Susan Daicoff and Elizabeth Roach (2.1 CME Credits)
C11 - God as Mediation Participant, Alexandra Hedrick (2.1 CME Credits in Ethics and Cultural Diversity)C12 - Mindfulness for Conflict Resolvers, Rachel Wohl (2.1 CME Credits)C13 - Tips for Non-Attorney Mediators: Working with Attorneys, Salvatore Gardino (2.1 CME Credits)
C14 - Residential Foreclosure Mediation: A Tsunami Wave? Thomas H. Bateman III (2.1 CME Credits)Complete Set of all recorded sessionsAll recorded presentations from the conference.
GS1 Monday PM, June 13 Licensed Teacher's SeminarGS2 Tuesday AM, June 14 Keynote: Gregg LevoyGS3 Tuesday PM, June 14 Keynote: Brian Luke Seaward
GS4 Tuesday PM, June 14 Keynote: Howard MartinGS6 Thursday AM, June 16 Barry JohnsonGS7 Thursday PM, June 16 Keynote: David McArthur
GS8 Friday AM, June 17 The Board Interactive SessionGS9 Friday AM, June 17 Keynote: LeRoy WhiteTuesday PM Women Ministers Dinner
A0 Ministry as a Career - Julie PetersB0 Growing the Next Generation of Unity Ministers - Ted Collins & Mark FussA1 The Call to Serve - Gregg Levoy
A2 Activating Your Heart's Intelligence - Howard MartinA5 Consciousness of Prosperity - Chris MichaelsA6 From 0-100 in City Center - Scott Chrostek
A7 Transformational Celebration Services - Patricia Bass Music by Fred AlbersA8 Rhythms of Consciousness - Linda ChubbuckC1 Seeing is Loving Seeing is Relieving - Barry Johnson & Cindy Wigglesworth
C2 Reenergize Your Ministry Through Earth Care - Michael McCord & KYM FarmerC5 Multi Generational Ministry - Jane Simmons & Kathy KelloggC6 Using Social Media in Your Ministry - Futurre Trends Team
C7 Sacred Selfless Service - Mary OmwakeC8 Speaking With Power & Confidence II - Temple HayesC9 Ministry & Music that Matters - Richard Mekdeci & Sue Riley
C3 Spiritual Leadership Circles - Elizabeth LongoC4 El Linder Unity Corazon Radiante (Presentation in Spanish) - Carmen Fe FiguoraA3 Building the Kingdom (Presentation in Spanish) - Alberto Valles-Brusadin
GS1 Monday PM, June 13 Licensed Teacher's SeminarGS1 Monday PM, June 13 Licensed Teacher's SeminarPS2- Plenary Session II
All recorded presentations from the conference.PS3- Plenary Session III101- Skeletons in the Closet: Addressing Privacy and Confidentiality Issues forBorn-Digital Materials
103- Doing a 180: Putting Ephemera on the Front Burner105- Pay It Forward: Interns, Volunteers, and the Development of New Archivists and the Archives Profession106- With Many Voices: The Emergence of the Archives and Records Management Professions in the United States
107-What Happens After Here Comes Everybody: An Examination of Participatory Archives108- Consider the Possibilities: Creative and Low-Cost Preservation Strategies in Practice109- Engaged! Innovative Engagement and Outreach and Its Assessment
201- 7 x 5 at 75: Presidential Perspectives202 -Long Live the Story! How Public Media Archivists Are Influencing Content Lifecycle Best Practices Outside the Traditional Archive203 -What ARMA Can Teach Us Beyond Records Management: Confidence, Communication, Inreach, and Optimism
204 -Rights, Risk, and Reality: Beyond Undue Diligence in Rights Analysis for Digitization/205 - EAD and the Global Information: An Exploration of Opportunities206- Literary Archives 360: Challenges and Opportunities for National and International Collaboration
207- The Future Is Now: New Tools to Address Archival Challenges208- Which Hat Are You Wearing: You Need What? When?210- Genuine Encounter, Authentic Relationships: Archival Covenant and Professional Self-Understanding
301- Archives on the Go: Using Mobile Technologies for Your CollectionsArchives: Using Mobile Technologies for Your Collections302- Practical Approaches to Born-Digital Records: What Works Today303- Archiving the Civil Rights Movement: North and South, Past and Future
304- Archives in the Web of Data: Toward a Virtuous Flow of Data in the UK and Beyond305- Continuum: Managing Permanently Active Records306- The View From Here: Perspectives on Educating About Archives
307- Going Hands-On with Information Technology in Archives Education309- Roundtables as Incubators for Leadership: The Legacy of the Congressional Papers Roundtable310- To Which We Serve: Perspectives from the Navy and Marine Corps Archives
403- Reaching Out to Expand Our Research Horizons404- Founding Brothers: Leland, Buck, and Cappon and the Formation of the Archives Profession405- 360 Records Management: New Research into Metadata, Systems, and People/
406- Reference, Access, and Outreach: An Evolved Landscape, 1936-2011407- Faces of Diversity: Diasporic Archives and Archivists in the New Millennium408- Cooperation Makes It Happen: Collaboration in Museum Archives
409- Geospatial Preservation: The State of the Landscape410- The Archivists Toolkit: Innovative Uses and Collaborations502- Born-Digital Archives in Collecting Repositories: Turning Challenges into Byte- Size Opportunities
503- Exposing Hidden Collections Through Consortia and Collaboration504- More Access to More Content: The EAD Finding Aid & Other Effective Tools for Large-Scale Digitization 505- Open-Source Tools for Taming Records Management
506- 75 Years of International Womens Collecting: Legacies, Successes,Obstacles, and New Directions507- Never a Straight Road: Three Case Studies Documenting the 20th Century Development of Archives508- Is There an Archivist in the House? How Health Information Technologies Are Changing Archival Practice
509- Reading Spaces in Digital Places: A Quick-and-Dirty Approach for Making Born-Digital Personal Papers Available Online510- Archival Outreach 360: Archivists as Advocates601- Rappin with a Fiddle: A 360 Perspective of Music Archives
602- Exploring the Evolution of Access: Classified, Privacy, and Proprietary Restrictions603-Trusting Digital Evidence: Findings from the Digital Records Forensics Project 604- Fostering a Diverse Profession: Mentoring and Internship Programs
605- Acquiring Organizational Records in a Social Media World: Documentation Strategies in the Facebook Era606- E Pluribus Unum? SAA and the Regionals609- Design for the Next Larger Context: Exposing Architecture Collections for the Broadest Use
610- Practical Approaches to Born-Digital Records: Whats Coming Next701- New Perspectives for the 1940 Census702- Return on Investment: Metadata, Metrics, and Management
703- Acquisitions for the 21st Century: An Inquiry into the Art of Field Collecting704- The Web Is a Mess: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Web Archiving705- Theft Transparency in the Digital Age: Stakeholder Perspectives
706- Thirty Years On: SAA and Descriptive Standards707- Evolving Trends and Ongoing Issues in Processing: The Model of Political Papers708- The Giver Who Keeps on Giving: Donor-Assisted Appraisal and Description
709- Archivists in the Midst: Collaborating with Records Creators for Early Intervention710- The Social Networks and Archival Context Project: EAC-CPF at WorkA1 - The Crossroads of Conflict: A Journey into the Heart of Dispute Resolution - Kenneth Cloke (2.1 CME credits)
A3 - (DV) The Effects of Intimate Partner Violence on the Mediation Process - Teresa Drake (2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence)PL3 - (E) Ethics Plenary featuring Janice M. Fleischer, Professor Sharon Press, and the Honorable Burton Conner, Moderated by Professor Josh Stulberg (2.2 CME with 2.0 Ethics)A2 - Prejudice and Bias in Mediation: The Most Challenging Seminar Ever Presented by Michael Bloom and Jim Todd (2.1 CME credits)
A4 - (E) Maximizing Mediation Ethically: Tips for Mediators - Jerome Tabas and Keith Grossman (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)A5 - (DV) Family Violence: New Perspectives and Approaches - Judith McKay (2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence)A6 - (E) Fairly Legal: A Model for Good Mediator Techniques or Just a Good Television Show? - Eric Dunlap (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)
A8 - Divorce Without War: The Steak and Sizzle (09 Encore) - Gerald S. Deutsch and Dr. Oscar Franco (2.1 CME credits)A9 - See What Youve Been Missing: The Importance of Visual Observation in Mediation Stephan B. Widmeyer (2.1 CME credits)A10 - (T) Adult Teaching Techniques from Pedagogy to Andragogy - Mike Nichols (2.1 CME credits in Trainer)
A12 - (DV & CD) Does Your Cultural Background Push Your Buttons? Exploring Cultural Identity and How You React to Others and Stressors - Cynthia Schuler and Tammy Martin Kosier (2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence and Cultural/Diversity Awareness)B1 - (E & CD) Changing Cultures: Its Impact on Values, Morals, Principles, and the Ethics of Mediation - Rosezetta Bobo (2.1 CME credits in Ethics and Cultural/Diversity Awareness)B2 - (CD) Mediation: Around the World in 80 Ways - Lynn Cole (2.1 CME credits in Cultural/Diversity Awareness)
B3 - (DV) Mediation: The POWER in the Process - Cynthia Schuler and Tammy Martin Kosier (2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence)B4 - (CD) Stereotyping and Cultural Bias in Mediation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Dr. Oscar Franco (2.1 CME credits in Cultural/Diversity Awareness)B5 - (A) I Already Won the Trial. Now I Have to Go to Appellate Mediation? - Gary F. Canner (2.1 CME credits in Appellate)
B6 - Improving Mediation Through People Skills (09 Encore) - Gregory D. Hoffman (2.1 CME credits)B7 - (CD) Increasing Your Mediator CQ (Cultural Intelligence): A New Slant on Diversity Awareness - Jeanne Maes and Robert Shearer (2.1 CME credits in Cultural/Diversity Awareness)B8 - (CD) Cultural Competence in Foreclosure Mediation - Nadine Pierre-Louis (2.1 CME credits in Cultural/Diversity Awareness)
B10 - Settling Collaborative Divorce Cases with Mediation - Teresa Parnell, Audrey A. Simmons, Nancy S. Weber, and Samuel J. Weiss (2.1 CME credits)B11 - Basic Contract Information for the Mediators Tool Kit - Guno O. Ritfeld (2.1 CME credits)B12 - (E) How to be Neutral, Especially When You Think You Know All the Answers - Janet Seitlin (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)
B13 - (DV & CD) Diversity and Domestic Violence: An Interactive Workshop - Robin Caral Shaw and Amy S. Wolsky (2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence and Cultural/Diversity Awareness)B14 - Negotiation Styles: Mine, Yours and Theirs - Hal Wotitzky (2.1 CME credits)B15 - (E) Effective Use of Caucus - Peter O. Brick (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)
B16 - How to Avoid Impasse - Rhonda Hollander and Samuel A. Coffey (2.1 CME credits)C2 - Mindfulness and Dispute Resolution: Moving Mountains with the Breath - Scott L. Rogers (2.1 CME credits)C3 - Evaluating Truthfulness: See What You Have Been Missing - Susan Constantine (2.1 CME credits)
C4 - (DV) Circuit and County Mediators: Domestic Violence is NOT Just a Family Thing - Andrew Wentzell (2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence)A11 - Choose Your Words Carefully: Using Language to Reduce Conflict in Family Mediation Teresa F. Parnell (2.1 CME credits)PL1 - Opening Plenary Session & Keynote Presentation: The Neurophysiology of Conflict by Kenneth Cloke (1.0 CME Credit)
A13 - (CD) Diversity for County Mediators - Stephanie L. McHardy (1.0 CME credit in Cultural/Diversity Awareness)C1 - (DV) Peacemaking with Victims and Offenders - J. Kim Wright (1.0 CME credit in Domestic Violence)402- How a Solid Preservation Plan Can Cure Insomnia
C5 - (CD) Islam and Muslims: A Session on Cultural Diversity - Nadia Ahmad (2.1 CME credits in Cultural/Diversity Awareness)C6 - Your Marketing Practice: The Missing Link - Elinor Robin and Susan Dubow (2.1 CME credits)C7 - Keeping Family Mediation Authentic and Meaningful: Metaphors, Narratives, Mindfulness, and Forgiveness Speak Volumes - Alexia Georgakopoulos and Rebecca Storrow (2.1 CME credits)
C8 - (T) Designing ADR and Negotiation Courses and Training Modules in Higher Education Robert Shearer and Jeanne Maes (2.1 CME credits in Trainer)C9 - Dependency Mediator: Facilitator or Scribe? - Beverly Graper and Nancy Huggard (2.1 CME credits)C11 - (CD & E) God as Mediation Participant (09 Encore) - Alexandra Hedrick (2.1 CME credits in Cultural/Diversity Awareness and Ethics)
C12 - (E) Mediation Case Law and Confidentiality - Fran L. Tetunic (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)C13 - (E) Mediating a Military Divorce - Guno O. Ritfeld (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)C14 - Generating Movement - Mel Rubin (2.1 CME credits)
C16 - (A) Appellate Mediation Skills - Beth Greenfield-Mandler (2.1 CME credits in Appellate)PL1, Opening Plenary Session & Keynote Presentation: The Neurophysiology of Conflict by Kenneth Cloke (1.0 CME Credit)PL3, Ethics Plenary featuring Janice M. Fleischer, Professor Sharon Press, and the Honorable Burton Conner, Moderated by Professor Josh Stulberg (2.2 CME with 2.0 Ethics)
A1, The Crossroads of Conflict: A Journey into the Heart of Dispute Resolution - Kenneth Cloke (2.1 CME credits)A2, Prejudice and Bias in Mediation: The Most Challenging Seminar Ever Presented Michael Bloom and Jim Todd (2.1 CME credits)A3, The Effects of Intimate Partner Violence on the Mediation Process - Teresa Drake (2.1 CME credits Domestic Violence)
A4, Maximizing Mediation Ethically: Tips for Mediators - Jerome Tabas and Keith Grossman (2.1 CME credits Ethics)A5, Family Violence: New Perspectives and Approaches - Judith McKay (2.1 CME credits Domestic Violence)A6, Fairly Legal: A Model for Good Mediator Techniques or Just a Good Television Show? - Eric Dunlap (2.1 CME credits Ethics)
A8, Divorce Without War: The Steak and Sizzle (09 Encore) - Gerald S. Deutsch and Dr. Oscar Franco (2.1 CME credits)A9, See What Youve Been Missing: The Importance of Visual Observation in Mediation Stephan B. Widmeyer (2.1 CME credits)A10, Adult Teaching Techniques from Pedagogy to Andragogy - Mike Nichols (2.1 CME credits Trainer)
A11, Choose Your Words Carefully: Using Language to Reduce Conflict in Family Mediation Teresa F. Parnell (2.1 CME credits)A12, Does Your Cultural Background Push Your Buttons? Exploring Cultural Identity and How You React to Others and Stressors - Cynthia Schuler and Tammy Martin Kosier (2.1 CME credits Domestic Violence & Cultural Diversity Awareness)A13, Diversity for County Mediators - Stephanie L. McHardy (1.0 CME credits Cultural Diversity Awareness)
B1, Changing Cultures: Its Impact on Values, Morals, Principles, and the Ethics of Mediation Rosezetta Bobo (2.1 CME credits Cultural Diversity Awareness & Ethics)B2, Mediation: Around the World in 80 Ways - Lynn Cole (2.1 CME credits Cultural Diversity Awareness)B3, Mediation: The POWER in the Process - Cynthia Schuler and Tammy Martin Kosier (2.1 CME credits Domestic Violence)
B4, Stereotyping and Cultural Bias in Mediation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Dr. Oscar Franco (2.1 CME credits Cultural Diversity Awareness)B5, I Already Won the Trial. Now I Have to Go to Appellate Mediation? - Gary F. Canner (2.1 CME credits Appellate)B6, Improving Mediation Through People Skills (09 Encore) - Gregory D. Hoffman (2.1 CME credits)
B7, Increasing Your Mediator CQ (Cultural Intelligence): A New Slant on Diversity Awareness Jeanne Maes and Robert Shearer (2.1 CME credits in Cultural Diversity Awareness)B8, Cultural Competence in Foreclosure Mediation - Nadine Pierre-Louis (2.1 CME credits in Cultural Diversity Awareness)B10, Settling Collaborative Divorce Cases with Mediation - Teresa Parnell, Audrey A. Simmons, Nancy S. Weber, and Samuel J. Weiss (2.1 CME credits)
B11, Basic Contract Information for the Mediators Tool Kit - Guno O. Ritfeld (2.1 CME credits)B12, How to be Neutral, Especially When You Think You Know All the Answers - Janet Seitlin (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)B13, Diversity and Domestic Violence: An Interactive Workshop Robin Caral Shaw and Amy S. Wolsky (2.1 CME credits in Domestic Violence & Cultural Diversity Awareness)
B14, Negotiation Styles: Mine, Yours and Theirs - Hal Wotitzky (2.1 CME credits)B15, Effective Use of Caucus - Peter O. Brick (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)B16, How to Avoid Impasse - Rhonda Hollander and Samuel A. Coffey (2.1 CME credits)
C1, Peacemaking with Victims and Offenders - J. Kim Wright (1.0 CME credit Domestic Violence)C2, Mindfulness and Dispute Resolution: Moving Mountains with the Breath - Scott L. Rogers (2.1 CME credits)C3, Evaluating Truthfulness: See What You Have Been Missing - Susan Constantine (2.1 CME credits)
C4, Circuit and County Mediators: Domestic Violence is NOT Just a Family Thing - Andrew Wentzell (2.1 CME credits Domestic Violence)C5, Islam and Muslims: A Session on Cultural Diversity - Nadia Ahmad (2.1 CME credits Cultural Diversity Awareness)C6, Your Marketing Practice: The Missing Link - Elinor Robin and Susan Dubow (2.1 CME credits)
C7, Keeping Family Mediation Authentic and Meaningful: Metaphors, Narratives, Mindfulness, and Forgiveness Speak Volumes - Alexia Georgakopoulos and Rebecca Storrow (2.1 CME credits)C8, Designing ADR and Negotiation Courses and Training Modules in Higher Education Robert Shearer and Jeanne Maes (2.1 CME credits in Trainer)C9, Dependency Mediator: Facilitator or Scribe? - Beverly Graper and Nancy Huggard (2.1 CME credits)
C11, God as Mediation Participant (09 Encore) - Alexandra Hedrick (2.1 CME credits in Cultural Diversity & Ethics)C12, Mediation Case Law and Confidentiality - Fran L. Tetunic (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)C13, Mediating a Military Divorce - Guno O. Ritfeld (2.1 CME credits in Ethics)
C14, Generating Movement - Mel Rubin (2.1 CME credits)C16, Appellate Mediation Skills - Beth Greenfield-Mandler (2.1 CME credits in Appellate)Medicare & Post-Acute Care: Dynamic Changes on the Horizon - George V. Hager, Jr., Laurence F. Lane, Laurence Wilson and Lynn Snyder-Shapiro
The Changing Seniors Housing Customer - David Schless, Mary M. (Molly) Forrest, John A. Moore and Randy RichardsonAlignment of Interests in a Year of Big Deals: The Marriage of Capital & Operations - Charles J. Herman, Jr., Scott Brinker, Mark S. Ordan, Loren Shook and Sharon YesterAdvanced Underwriting: Looking Deeper into the Risks and Rewards of Skilled Nursing Finance - James D. Scribner, Steven Curwin, Steven J. Insoft, David K. Ronck and Ray Thivierge
Sales and Marketing Benchmarks - Larry Cohen, Shannon Ingram, Anthony Mullen and Margaret WyldeDebt Capital - Who Has it, What Does it Look Like and How Do I Get Access to it? - Dan Biron, Vic Clark, Garrett Fletcher, Nancy A. Herman and Cary TremperWhat Drives Valuations in Todays Market? - Brian Beckwith, Steve Blazejewski, Matthew F. Whitlock and John Dark
Thursday Plenary: The Case for Capital Allocation - David Roth, Ted Bigman, Noah Levy & Richard K. MatrosFriday Plenary: Year of the Health Care REIT - Mike Kirby, George Chapman, James (Jay) F. Flaherty, III and Raymond J. LewisMedicaid: How Will This Tattered Safety Net Evolve? - Leonard Russ, Doug Burr, Joseph DeMattos, Jr., and Loren Monroe
Complementary Ancillary Services & Other Revenue Drivers: How Do They Integrate with Seniors Housing & Care? - Loren Shook, Fred Bentley, Will Clark, Sr., Dan Hirschfeld and Robert (Randy) A. PlattPreparing a Privately Held Enterprise for a Financing, Sale or Merger Transaction - David Caleca, Alan Leet, John D. Stasinos and Chris Taylor, M.D.Going Green: The Next Frontier of NOI Growth - Jason Price, Rick Avery, Chip Gabriel, Lisa Michelle Galley and Mark Alexander
T1, Medicare & Post-Acute Care: Dynamic Changes on the Horizon - George V. Hager, Jr., Laurence F. Lane, Laurence Wilson and Lynn Snyder-ShapiroT2, The Changing Seniors Housing Customer - David Schless, Mary M. (Molly) Forrest, John A. Moore and Randy RichardsonT3, Alignment of Interests in a Year of Big Deals: The Marriage of Capital & Operations - Charles J.Herman, Jr., Scott Brinker, Mark S. Ordan, Loren Shook and Sharon Yester
T4, Going Green: The Next Frontier of NOI Growth - Jason Price, Rick Avery, Chip Gabriel, Lisa Michelle Galley and Mark AlexanderT5, Advanced Underwriting: Looking Deeper into the Risks and Rewards of Skilled Nursing Finance - James D. Scribner, Steven Curwin, Steven J. Insoft, David K. Ronck and Ray ThiviergeT6, Sales and Marketing Benchmarks - Larry Cohen, Shannon Ingram, Anthony Mullen and Margaret Wylde
T7, Debt Capital - Who Has it, What Does it Look Like and How Do I Get Access to it? - Dan Biron, Vic Clark, Garrett Fletcher, Nancy A. Herman and Cary TremperT8, What Drives Valuations in Todays Market? - Brian Beckwith, Steve Blazejewski, Matthew F. Whitlock and John DarkT9, Thursday Plenary: The Case for Capital Allocation - David Roth, Ted Bigman, Noah Levy & Richard K. Matros
F12, Complementary Ancillary Services & Other Revenue Drivers: How Do They Integrate with Seniors Housing & Care? - Loren Shook, Fred Bentley, Will Clark, Sr., Dan Hirschfeld and Robert (Randy) A. PlattF10, Friday Plenary: Year of the Health Care REIT - Mike Kirby, George Chapman, James (Jay) F. Flaherty, III and Raymond J. LewisF11, Medicaid: How Will This Tattered Safety Net Evolve? - Leonard Russ, Doug Burr, Joseph DeMattos, Jr. and Loren Monroe
F13, Preparing a Privately Held Enterprise for a Financing, Sale or Merger Transaction - David Caleca, Alan Leet, John D. Stasinos and Chris Taylor, M.D.Complete Set of All Recorded Presentations on DVD-ROMComplete Set of All Recorded Presentations on Audio CD's
Complete Set of RecordingsComplete Set of All Recorded Presentations on Audio CD'sComplete set of all recorded presentations, audio and visuals.
1. DPA on the Rise: The Science and Formulation Potential behind an Emerging Omega-3 Fatty Acid - Alex Byelashov, Ph.D.2. Bone Health beyond Calcium; New Insights into Bone Strength - Bahram H. Arjmandi, Ph.D. 3. Discovering Botanicals to Combat Metabolic Syndrome from Concept to Clinic - D. Craig Hopp, Ph.D. (Moderator), Ilya Raskin, Ph.D.
4. The Integrity of Botanicals and Reference Materials - Joseph M. Betz, Ph.D. (Moderator), Guido F. Pauli, PharmD, Ph.D.5. The Role of Genetic Variability in Determining the Metabolism and Impact of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid found In Western Diets and Dietary Supplements The Emergence of Personalized Nutrition - Leila G. Saldanha, Ph.D., R.D. (Moderator), Floyd H. (Ski) C6. Quality Control Challenges in the Global Herbal Marketplace: Use of Unapproved Solvents and Excessive Solvent Residues and Economically Motivated Adulteration of Botanical Raw Materials, Herbal Extracts and Essential Oils in the Global Marketplace
7. Writing Specifications for Dietary Ingredients and Dietary Supplements using Public Standards - Gabriel I. Giancaspro, Ph.D. 8. Succeeding in Todays Health and Wellness Market: Key Success Factors for Nutraceutical Products - Gregory J. Stephens, R.D.9. The Impact of FSMA on Dietary Supplement Manufacturers Insights on Contaminants, Inspections and Recalls - Sharrann Simmons
10. Personalized Nutrition and the Future of Functional Foods - Tom Vierhile11. The Top Trends Driving Innovation - Steven French12. The Pill Poppers - A. Elizabeth Sloan, Ph.D.
13. Why Traceability is Key to Preventing Recalls - Amanda Josey, Ph.D. 14. The Clinical Trial Advantage - Malkanthi Evans, Ph.D., Steven Shapiro, Esq., Karen E. Todd, R.D. 15. Global Strategies for Claims - Ray Matulka, Ph.D. (Moderator), Violaine Chaumont, Douglas Kalman, Ph.D., R.D., Nancy Szabo, Ph.D.
17. Working with Contract Manufacturers in Todays Industry - Mark A. LeDoux, J.D., Marc S. Ullman, Esq. 19. Cardiovascular Disease Predictors and Biomarkers - Joseph L. Evans, Ph.D. 21. Product Endorsements: How to Legally Use Testimonials and Endorsements to Market and Advertise Products - Justin J. Prochnow, Esq.
22. EU Legislation An Opportunity or a Threat? - Martin Last24. FDA Update on GMP Inspections - Bradford W. Williams25. Yes, the Industry is Watching Your Advertising! - John F. Gay, Steven Mister, Esq.
28. Individualized Nutrition and Metabolic Variability - Andrew G. Swick, Ph.D. 29. Cross Analyzing Food Industry Trends: A Look at the Future of Food, Health, Consumer,Government and Technology Trends and Red Herrings to Avoid - Suzy Badaracco 31. Naturally Functional - A. Elizabeth Sloan, Ph.D.
32. Food Innovation and Global Health - Sheetal Ghelani, Ph.D. 33. Functional Ingredients Try-athon - Kantha Shelke, Ph.D., Kimberly Lord Stewart34. How and When Does R&D, Product Development, Ingredient and Marketing Converge in Building a Beverage Brand? - James S. Tonkin (Moderator), David Del Pozo, Michael Hammer
35. How to Better Market Solutions for Aging - Steven Walton36. Global Performance of Health-Positioned Food and Drinks - Ewa Hudson37. New Product Opportunities in Functional/Natural Ready-to-Drink Beverages - Kara Nielsen, David Sprinkle
38. Overcoming Flavor and Texture Issues in Product Development - George Ennis, Scott Riefler39. Nutrition You Can See: Colorants for Foods and Beverages - John Foley40. The State of Anti-Aging: Ingredients, High Tech Actives and Devices - Amy Ziegler
41. International Regulatory Round Up - Glenda Williams42. Stem Cells, Plant Cells, Mother Cells and Epidermal Growth Factors - Ameann DeJohn43. Algae for Next Generation Skin Care - Rebecca James Gadberry
44. Innovations in Skin Care: Cellular Anti-Senescence and Nutrition for Anti-Aging - Shyam Gupta, Ph.D. 45. The Best Newly Rediscovered Topical Natural Ingredients for Skin Whitening and Wrinkle Reduction - Jeanette Jacknin, M.D.46. Superfruit Update: Science, Consumers and the State of the Category - Mark Blumenthal, Amanda N. Carey,Ph.D., Tom Vierhile
47. Health Practitioners and Supplements: Channel Data, Strategies and Opportunities for Growth - Rob Lutz (Moderator), David Barnes, Ph.D., Derrick M. DeSilva, Jr., M.D., Douglas MacKay, N.D., Christopher Turf, R.Ph. 48. IPA Probiotic Update: Insights and Perspectives from the Physician, Regulator and Market Analyst - Ewa Hudson, David Mack, M.D., Anthony L. Young, Esq. 49. GOED Exchange Update: Regulatory and State-of-the-Market Issues for EPA and DHA Omega-3 - Adam Ismail, Jay Udani, M.D., C.P.I., Mary E. Van Elswyk, Ph.D.
16. The Top 10 Issues Confronting the Global Supplement Industry and What Industry Should Be Doing about Them - John P. Venardos 18. Joint Health Clinical Trials How to Support Joint Health Claims without Arthritis - Jay Udani, M.D.,C.P.I. 20. Finalizing FDAs Operating Procedures for GRAS Determinations Finally?!! - Robert S. McQuate, Ph.D.
23. Dietary Supplement cGMPs: One Year after Full Compliance What Have We Learned? - Joy A. Joseph26. Warning Letters, cGMPS and Recalls Trending Upward - Michael McGuffin, Anthony L. Young, Esq. 27. The Formula for Healthy Aging Insights into Consumer Goals and Attitudes - Sharon Gerdes
30. Food Allergens and their Control in the Food Manufacturing Industry - Jane Griffith Complete Set of All Recorded Presentations on CD-ROMT2: Outside the Classroom: Advancing Students with Disabilities in Graduate Programs, Social Work, and Health Professions
T3: Words with Spelling Connections have Meaning ConnectionsT5: Develop Number Sense and arithmetic skills using whole-to part multimodal strategies.T6: The Simple View of Reading
T7: Challenges for Educators in Implementing Response-to-Intervention and Teaching Students with Reading DisabilitiesT8: What Our History Tells Us about DyslexiaT9: Reading Comprehension strategies for Narrative and Expository text
T10: Writing Keys to LearningT12: Connect, Communicate, Collaborate: Promoting Literacy through technology and UDL.T13: Unique Challenges of Reading Acquisition in ELL Students and the Effects of Computer-Assisted Instruction
T14: Early Identification of Reading Disabilities within a RTI FrameworkT15: Rime-Onset Decoding Strategy for People with DyslexiaT19: Literacy Beyond 3rd Grade-Getting Adolescents College and Career Ready
T20: Welcome to the Future Where Dyslexic Brains ThriveT21: Tier Three Techniques in a Tier Two SettingT22: Let's Help Students to Get Their Words Out and on Paper!: Strategies for Scaffolding Oral and Written Expression
T23: A View of Reading Research -- Now and the Next 5 YearsT24: MSL Letter-sound awareness practice with authentic children?s literature for native and non-native speakers of English with dyslexiaT25: The Location and Effects of Visual Hemisphere-specific Stimulation on Fluency in Children with the Characteristics of Dyslexia
T29: Different Learners: How Nature and Nurture Interact to Cause or Remediate ProblemsT30: Becoming a Strategic Reader: Linking Assessment to Comprehension InstructionT31: Developing the Qualities of an Independent and Sustainable Learner: the Winston Preparatory School Model
T34: Counteracting the Failure to Launch: What to do Now to Launch Them LaterT35: The Role of the Eyes in Reading Disorders: Evidence and RecommendationsT36: Software Solutions for Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Listening: Engaging and Empowering Students Through Integrated Technology
T37: Intervention for Language-Based Learning Differences: Three Therapy ModelsT38: The NEW Herman MethodF1: Pieces of the Pie: Keys to a Successful High School-to-College Transition
F2: Enhancing Your Child's Vocabulary: Why and How Parents Can HelpF4: What Research Tells Us about Math Problem Solving Grades 4 -8W1: English Language Learners: From Assessments to Effective Interventions
W3: Spelling: Development, Assessment and InterventionW4: Independent School HeadsF5: Demystifying Dyslexia for Students, Parents, and Teachers: What to Say and How to Present It
All recorded presentations from the conference.All recorded presentations from the conference.F6: Active Student Engagement: The Key to Effective Instructional Delivery
F7: Putting Research into Practice: Common Features of Wilson? ProgramsF8: Why Do My Students Need to Spell Anyway? Cant They Use Spell Check?F9: Identifying Students with Dyslexia within an RTI Framework
F10: MS/ High school RTI ?How is content literacy part of the tier 1 instruction?F11: IBIDA's 'It takes a village' award:' F13: An Overview of IDA's Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading
F14: Orton and Gillingham: Legend, Lore and LegacyF15: Implementing a Multi-Tier Reading Model in Special Education School SettingsF17: Reversing Students' Reluctance to Write
F19: Legislative Call to Action: Access to Literacy for All StudentsF20: Teaching the Teachers: Effective Models for Colleges and UniversitiesF21: The Link Between Learning Disabilities and Social/Emotional Development
F22: Principals' Use of Implementation Science to Improve Three-Tiered Literacy Program OutcomesF24: Parent Primer: How to Advocate and Get Resources to Help Your Child ReadF25: Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback with Dyslexia
F26: Harnessing the Power of Digital Books and Mobile Technologies to Improve the Academic Performance of Students with Learning DisabilitiesF27: Effective Vocabulary Instruction: Throw Away the Dictionary!F30: Reaching Today's Struggling Readers with Digital Accessible Books and Technology
F31: Making Words Real for Young ChildrenF34: Dyslexia 101: What Parents Need to KnowF35: Motivating students with dyslexia to learn: Strategies for teachers
F36: Scaling Up Teacher Knowledge: Preschool through Third GradeF37: Classroom Language Dynamics: The Influence of Cognitive-Linguistic Methodology on Teaching and LearningF38: Are we overlooking a tier? The role of early childhood literacy programs in prevention and identification of later reading difficulties.
F39: Ethics workshop for individuals working as educational therapists in private practiceF40: Examining the Synergistic Relationship of Encoding and Decoding Instruction and its Effect on First Graders Struggling with ReadingS1: Morphology: How Writing/Spelling/Orthography Take Shape
S2: Sentence Comprehension Workout TimeS3: Language Learning Intervention Research: Early Childhood through Grade 7S5: 'Getting College Right: Preparing Students with Disabilities for the College Environment'
S6: Experience Dyslexia?S7: Educational and Clinical Implications of Genotype-Phenotype Analyses of Dyslexia in the South African Afrikaner Population.S8: Odds Ratios for Kindergarten Predictors of Reading Failure in First Through Fifth Grade
S10: The Role of Reading FluencyS11: 'Getting It Together - Foundational Skills and Reading Success'S12: Morphology: A Structured, Sequential Approach
S13: What does multisensory reading instruction look like in general education K-2 classrooms?S15: Feel Like a Struggling ReaderS16: Is Spelling Really Important?
S18: Writing Matters! Developing Sentence Structure in Students Who StruggleS19: Boost Your Dyslexia IQ: The Antidote to DysteachiaS20: Fun 'Fonics' from 'Dr. Feuss' Unlocking the Mysteries of English Spelling and Orthography
S21: Morphological Awareness Training for Vocabulary Expansion and Higher Level Decoding.S22: Teaching Phonological Awareness to Students of All AgesS24: Vocabulary Development at the Middle School
S26: Help for Harried Parents: a practical guide for dealing with daily life while helping their children to have a successful academic experince.W2: Working MemoryComplete Set of all recorded sessions
1. Creating a Mindset for Business Growth - John Traver2. Mass Media = Massive Results: A Case Study and 'How to' Session for Self-Storage Operators, Randy Smith1. Experiment for Online Success: The Science of Pay-Per-Click Advertising, Craig Barrett
3. The Great Debate: Mass Media vs. Web Marketing in Self-Storage, Moderator: Joe Niemczyk 4. Sure-Fire Marketing Strategies to Ensure Prospects Conclude, 'Id Have to Be a Moron to Store With Anyone But You!', Derek Naylor 5. People Are Finding Your Self-Storage Facility Online ... Here's How to Convert Them Into Renters, Nick Bilava and Christopher Baird
6. Tactics for Acquiring Self-Storage Customers Through Social Media, Kenny Pratt7. The Quick-Response Invasion: QR Code Marketing for Self-Storage Facilities, Stacie Maxwell8. An SEO-Survival Guide for Beginners: How to Outwit, Outplay and Outlast Your Competition, Julie Purcell
9. Power Marketing: A Mini Clinic for Self-Storage Operators, Tom Litton10. Mastering the Art of Self-Storage Collections, Bob Copper11. Great Customer Service in Self-Storage: How to Quit Discounting and Greatly Improve Profit, M. Anne Ballard
12. Pest-Management Practices in Self-Storage, Mark Sheperdigian13. 10 Things You Should Be Doing Now in Regard to Self-Storage Technology and Software, Matthew Van Horn and James Ross 14. Creating an Internal Social Network to Make Every Employee as Good as Your Best, Stacey Shaw and Michaels Wilder
15. Creative Strategies for Increasing Your Bottom Line: Self-Storage Case Studies, Jay Allen and Carl Touhey16. How to Turn Your Tenant-Insurance Program Into a Manager-Motivation Program, Matt Schaller and Harry Sleighel17. Protecting Your Assets: Avoiding Lawsuits, Saving on Taxes and Preparing for Business Succession, Larry Oxenham
18. Managing Your Self-Storage Auctions, Scott Zucker19. Self-Storage Insurance Coverage and Limits: Avoiding Loss and Liability, Randy Tipton and Tim Healy 20. I Can Get in Trouble for That? Common Legal Pitfalls for Self-Storage Operators, Jeffrey Greenberger
21. Self-Storage Feasibility Due Diligence: It's a Requirement, Not an Option, Jim Chiswell22. Going Vertical in Self-Storage: Multi-Story Construction, Caesar Wight23. A Love Affair With Retrofitting: Self-Storage Conversions, Lewis Pollack
24. Solar Self-Storage 101: Technology, Costs, Financial Incentives and More, Bob Hayworth and Robin Heuer25. Self-Storage Development: Step by Step, James Bratton26. International Summit, Moderator: RK Kliebenstein
27. Super Sales: A Mini Clinic for Self-Storage Operators, Brad North28. Ancillary Symposium: Add-On Income Opportunities, Bob Copper29. Exit Strategies to Maximize Self-Storage Value, Jim Stevens
30. Navigating the Self-Storage Transaction Market, Ben Vestal31. Self-Storage State of the Industry 2012, Charles Ray Wilson and Christian Sonne32. Managing Self-Storage Employees: HR Perks and Pitfalls, Carol Shipley
33. Finance Symposium, Moderator: Shawn Hill34. The Banking and Lending Recovery: How Does It Affect Your Ownership Strategy?, Neal Gussis35. Self-Storage Market Update: Property Values, Financing and Loan Restructuring, John Gilliland, Shawn Hill and Marc Boorenstein
36. Desarrollo y Construccin, Cristian Batres, Nancy Torres37. Operacin y Gestin de Instalaciones, Luca Darnell38. Self-Storage Data: Where to Get It, and How to Use It as a Powerful Benchmarking Tool, Christian Sonne
GS2. The Future of Medicaid: The State Perspective, James H. Gomez, Tim Graves, Richard J. Herrick & Emmett Reed J1. The Politics of Healthcare Reform and Deficit Reduction and its Impact on Seniors Housing and Care, Governor Tommy ThompsonJ2. Domestic and International Economic Issues: More Than Headlines, Theyre Game Changers, Dr. Peter Morici
1. Medicare Cuts: Past, Present and FutureAnd Their Impact on Operations, Gene Curcio, Jeff Myers & Alan G. Rosenbloom2. Learning From Your Own Data Before Someone Else Uses It Against You, Emil Parker3. Adapting to Change: How to Create Flexible, Sustainable Business Strategies, Robert M. Chur, Joseph McCarron, Greg Miller, & Susan McDonough
4. Health Care Systems and Skilled Nursing Partnerships: How Operators Can Get In the Game, Kyle R. Allen, Julie Conrad & Kathleen M.Griffin 5. Everything You Want to Know About Billing Audits and What to Do About Them, Richard M. Brame, Paul Nevala, Nancy Truver & Sara Kay Wheeler6. How Lenders Are Responding to Rate Cuts, Sam Dendrinos, Joshua Kochek, Keith D. Reuben, R. Buford Sears & William Shine
7. Connecting Quality Care to Key Financial Indicators, Trissie Copses Farr, Mark Jaeckle, Leonard Lucas & Joseph Veno8. High Quality Makes for Good Business: Countering Potential Reimbursement Cuts With Quality-Based Incentives and their Impact on State and Federal Reimbursements, Michael Julian, Bonnie Kantor-Burman Sheila Lambowitz & James Thompson9. Putting the Doctor into the Nursing Home, Troy Langsdale & Dr. Kenneth Scott
10. Whos Financing and on What Terms, Stephen Ervin, Doug Korey, Clint Malin, Daryl McCombs, Kenneth M. Mitchell, Colleen A. Mullaney & Carolyn Nazdin11. Repositioning Models for Skilled Nursing Properties for the Future, Alexander Fraser, Peter Longo, Vincent A. Myers & Renee Pruzansky12. The Great Pricing Divide, Mike Hargrave, Charles J. Herman Jr., Doug Korey, Kevin McMeen & Alan Plush
13. Smart Responses to Severe Rate Cuts, Imran Javaid, Jeff Jerebker, Joe Mitchell, Ronald R. Payne & Joe Steier GS1. Seniors Housing Transactions: Volume and Pricing Terms, Robert M. White, Jr.GS2. Residential Housing and Employment Forecasts and the Significance for Seniors Housing, Stuart Hoffman
J1. The Politics of Healthcare Reform and Deficit Reduction and its Impact on Seniors Housing and Care, Governor Tommy ThompsonJ2. Domestic and International Economic Issues: More Than Headlines, Theyre Game Changers, Dr. Peter Morici 1. Getting a Real Sense of What Communities Are Worth, Don Ambrose, Charles Bissell & Robert M. White, Jr.
13. Smart Responses to Severe Rate Cuts, Imran Javaid, Jeff Jerebker, Joe Mitchell, Ronald R. Payne & Joe Steier 2. Clear Approaches to Blurring Levels of Care: Dealing with Acuity Creep, Paul A. Gordon, W. Keith Kreidel & Rita Vann3. Evaluating Insurance and Risk Management Financing OptionsAnd Saving Money in the Process, Richard Dingman, Tom Stanley & Lauren T. Yurick
4. The Deals You Wish You Never Did, Tony Crooks, Charles J. Herman Jr., Carl Mittendorff, Paul Mullin, Tim Sanders & Scott Stewart5. Case Studies in Successful Property Turnarounds and Repositioning, Roger Bernier, Tom Danker, Aaron DCosta & Susannah Myerson 6. Developing Your Plan for Successful, Smart Development, Chris Cain, H. Todd Kaestner, Chris Kazantis, Christian Maingot & Craig Spaulding
7. Driving NOI: Generate Income, Cut Costs and Measure Success, Facilitator: Wallace Saunders8. Sales and Marketing: Strategies That Drive Real Results, Tim Buchanan, Lawrence A. Cohen & Margaret Wylde9. Research for Targeting Markets and Underwriting Properties, Chuck Harry, Bill Kauffman & Chris McGraw
10. Whos Lending on What Terms, Philip Kayden, Brian Reynolds, Matt Ryan & Chris Taylor11. Leveraging Data and Analytics to Drive Business Decisions, Peter Edeburn, John J. Getchey, Mike Hargave, Shailini Nehra, Jason Rock & Margaret I. Scott12. Loan Packages: More Than Just a Numbers Game, Kristen Ahrens, Steve Gilleland, Matthew T. Huber & Cathy Voreyer
13. Acquisition vs. Development: Assessing Your Options, Stephanie Anderson, Marilynn K. Duker, Stephanie, Handelson & Steven Vick14. It Takes More Than a Great Idea to Obtain Capital, Steve Blazejewski, Noah Levy, Eric Mendelsohn, Kenneth Segarnick, John Stasinos & Lisa WidmierComplete Set of All Recorded Presentations on CD-ROM
Complete Set of All Recorded Presentations on CD-ROMAll Recorded Presentations on CD-ROMW1. Rocket Docketeers Judicial Clerkships for the IP Student
W1. Alumni Engagement Through Career Services & Professional DevelopmentW2. Alternative Careers: The Upside Down PyramidW5. Diverse Women: Success Strategies from Law School to Practice
W7. Lateral Partner Hiring: The Final Mile of Arrival, Integration, On-Boarding, & Retaining New PartnersW8. NALP Update on the Legal Employment MarketW9. Now What? When Summer Jobs Are Scarce: Skills Building, Employer Outreach, & Counseling
W10. Professional Leadership: The Road to the Top - GettingThere & Bringing Others With You PL1. PLENARY: Triumph Over ChallengesW12. Backing the Right Horse: Strategies for Identifying Associate Performance Issues
W13. Giving Performance Feedback Using a Solutions Focused ApproachW16. Launching an Immigration Law Career at the CourthouseW14. How Career Services Offices Can Do More With Less
W18. Selling to Firm Leadership: Using Your Persuasive Powers & a Healthy Dose of DataW22. How to Develop a Successful City GroupT23. Effective Lateral Partner Recruiting Through Third Party Relationship Building & Firm Branding
T24. Get Their Attention! Tips on High & Low-Tech Ways to Communicate with Students & GradsT25. Hot Topic: The Rise of Legal Process Outsurcers & What They Mean for Law Students & EmployersT26. Navigating Choppy Waters: Diversity Programs & Employment Law Issues
T27. Not All Employer Outreach is Equal! Navigating Public Service Employer OutreachT28. Organizational Power & the Implications for Advancing WomenT29. Running a Successful Field Placement Program: An A to Z Primer on the Academic & Practical Grounding
T30. Tips for Submitting a Strong Conference ProposalT31. Beyond the Basics: Leveraging Employer, School, State & Federal Loan Repayment Assistance FundsT33. Hot Topics Session: Issues in Recruiting - Whats Hot, & Whats on Your Mind
T34. Increasing the Effectiveness, Clarity, Productivity & Value of Your Organization Through PlanningT35. It Takes a Village: Social Media Success at Your OrganizationT37. Navigating the U.S. Bar Exam Requirements for Foreign Trained Lawyers
T38. Practice Readiness: Innovative Immersion Programs for Lawyers T40. Adding a Diversity Pipeline Program to Your Organizations Diversity MenuT41. Lets Get This Party Started Right: How to Make Your Events Meaningful & Memorable on Low Budget
T42. Mapping Competencies in Experiential Learning Opportunities: Facilitating Student Engagement & Professional DevelopmentT43. Outreach of Everyone: A Top 10 List for Structuring (or Restructing) Your Employer Outreach Efforts T44. PIE: A Paradign for Career Development
T45. Raising Your Schools Profile in the Land of Opportunity: The Smaller Firm MarketT46. Top Guns: Working Together to Recruit, Retain, Develop, & Promoted LGBT Law Students & LawyersT47. When Due Diligence Meets Social Media
F52. New Career Models Task ForcePL2. PLENARY: Understanding the Currently Legal EconomyF53. Alternative Staffing Models: How to Build Effective Program
F54. Establishing Effective Partnerships Between Admissions & Career Services in a Transparent EnvironmentF55. Hypothetically Speaking: Preparing Students for Prosecutor & Public Defender InterviewsF56. Judicial Clerkships as a Public Career Accelerator
F57. Positive Partnering: Strengthening Diversity Ties Between Law Schools & Law FirmsF58. Rainmaking: Do Women Have What It TakesF61. Case Study: Recruiting & Marketing DepartmentsWorking Together on Lateral Integration
F62. Hot Topics Session: After Dont Ask Dont TellF63. Maximizing the Law School Professional DevelopmentProgram:How Employers Can Increase Visibility F67. Bringing the Profession to Legal Education: How the Local Bench & Bar Can Help Lawyers
F68. Childrens Rights, Parental Rights, & Juvenile Justice, How Knowing the Nuances Can Get Your Students JobsF69. Harnessing Alumni PowerF70. How to Keep a Summer Program Relevant in the World of Increased Lateral Hiring
F71. Learning by Doing: Pro Bono & Lawyer DevelopmentF72. Making the Best With Less: Maximizing Your ResourcesF73. Making the Business Case for Legal Project Management
F74. Moving Beyond the Mainstream: Three Unique Law Student Diversity InitiativesS75. Coaching 2.0: Take Your Coaching Skills Next LevelGS1 Monday PM, June 11 Keynote: Rev. Jim Lee
GS2 Tuesday AM, June 12 Keynote: Beena Sharma & Cindy WigglesworthGS3 Tuesday PM, June 12 Experience TransformationGS5 Thursday AM, June 14 Keynote: Barbara Marx Hubbard
GS6 Thursday PM, June 14 Keynote: Jean HoustonGS7 Friday AM, June 17 The Board Interactive SessionA1 The Ownership Project- Gary Simmons
A2 Healthy Congregations - Martha CreekA3 Vibrant Music Ministry - Richard Mekdeci & Sue RileyA5 Spiritual Evolution in Multi-Generational Ministries - Kellogg & Simmons
A6 Quantum Spirituality - Peter CanovaA7 The Wisdom Gospels - Ed TownleyA9 Unified Identity Program - Kristen Preud'homme
B1 Building Effective Ministry Teams - Bill & Cher HoltonB2 Energy Management - Jackie WoodsideB3 Streaming Your Ministry Live - Brian Griffin
B5 Creating Intentional Prosperity - Toni Boehm & Pat BesseyB6 Heart to Heart - Mitzi CrallB7 Learning to Unlearn - (Spanish Session) Magaly Sanchez
B8 An Introduction to the Enneagram - Carol SaundersB9 Being an "Enlightened Leader" - Panel of TE Pilot GroupAll recorded presentations from the conference.
A10 Attracting More Men to Your Church - Greg FinchTuesday PM Thriving Ministers Dinner A4 Integrating Polarities in Your Personal Spiritual Development - Beena Sharma & Cindy Wigglesworth
All recorded presentations from the conference.PS1, Plenary Session IPS2, Plenary Session II
101, Bitstreams Beyond Borders: The Value of Digital Forensics to Archivists102, Archiving Mujeres: Un Movimiento Toward Greater Indiscriminate and Inclusive Recordkeeping Practices Within Information Repositories103, Choose Your Own Arrangement: Using Large-scale Digitization Efforts to Process Image and Audiovisual Collections
104, Commemorating the Civil War: Transforming the Historical Record Through Digitization106, Connecting to Collections: Improving Collections Care Through Statewide Collaboration110, Partnerships, New and Old: Preservation in the 21st Century
201, Taking Stock and Making Hay: Archival Collections Assessment in Action202, Hybrids and Legacies: Challenges of Finding Aids in the Digital Age203, To the Community and Beyond: Engaging Users to Interact with Participatory Archives
204, New Ways of Seeing: Successful Advocacy, Outreach, & Diversity Strategies in Academic Special Collections and Archives205, Share a Byte! A Practical, Collaborative Approach to Electronic Records in Modern Political Collections 206, The Thin Line Between Supply and Demand: The Pesky Business of Archival Education
207, Beyond Borders of Belief: Spirituality and the Archival Enterprise208, Kids These Days: K-12 Students and the Use of Primary Sources210, The Attorney / Archivist Dialog: Crossing Professional Borders to Provide Access to Legal Records
301, Crowdsourcing Our Collections: Three Case Studies of User Participation in Metadata Creation and Enhancement302, Strange Bedfellows: Transgressing Sector Borders in Records Management and Archival Practice Projects 303, Things They Never Taught You in Graduate School: Donor Relations
305, Trustworthiness Beyond Borders: Developing and Implementing the ISO TDR Standard307, A New International Network on Literary Archives 310, Archival Outreach Through the Breath of Life Institute
401, Linking Data Across Libraries, Archives, and Museums404, Removing Borders: Toward Seamless Connections Between Born-Digital and Hard-Copy Records405, Contesting History in the Archives
407, Small Frame, Big Picture: Preservation and Access for Small-Gauge Film408, In Pursuit of the Moral Imperative: Exploring Social Justice and Archives409, Asian and Pacific Islanders (API) Creating Diverse and Collaborative Community Archival Methods
501, New Ways of Seeing: Successful Advocacy, Outreach, and Diversity Strategies in Academic Special Collections and Archives502, Graduate Student Paper Presentations504, Breaking Down Boundaries: Incorporating Users into Digital Repository Development
505, Solving Our Problem with Authority and Sharing: Current Developments and Prospects506, Removing Barriers and Creating Bridges: Archives, Development, and Advocacy507, Strategies for Undertaking Electronic Records Management in Museums
508, Interlibrary Loan and Archives: The Final Frontier509, Beyond Resettlement: Overcoming Hurdles to Document the Experiences and Contributions of Refugees602, Beyond Inherited Order: Lone Arrangers, Legacy Arrangements, and Electronic Records
603, The Objects of Our Affection: Arranging and Describing Artifacts in Archival Collections604, A Bilingual History: Promoting Spanish Language Collections to Tell the History of the American West/Mexico605, Inside and Out: NEH Preservation Assistance Grants for Smaller Institutions
606, Documenting Beyond Our Gates: Exploring New and Diverse Collecting Activities of Historically Black College and Universities607, The Challenges and Rewards of Open Source Digital Video Preservation608, Archivist-Artist Partnerships: Learning from Three Case Studies of Creative Collaboration
609, Creating an International Consortium: The Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission610, We Are Not Alone: Perspectives on International Copyright701, Behind the Scenes: How Archivists in the Studio System Work Among the Silos of the Entertainment Industry
702, Crossing into Consulting: Tales from the Trenches703, Archival Description: Regional, Continental, and Global704, Oral History in Kentucky: Collaborative Initiatives in Preservation and Accessibility
705, Darkness at Noon: Dealing with the Coming Digital Dark Age of Too Much (Archival) Information706, Yours? Mine? Ours? How Changes in Academia Are Affecting Institutional Archives707, Crossing Borders: Barriers to Documenting the Underdocumented
708, Speed Leading! Rapid Exchange of Leadership Ideas709, Mining Our Own Archives: The Ethics of Archivists Publishing About Collections They Oversee710, Coloring Outside the Lines: Tattoos as Personal Archives
108, "Let a Record Be Kept Among You": Archival Theory and Religious Thought209, Gulliver's Travels: Collaboration Among Different Worlds Within Archival Institutions306, Beyond Allied Professions: When You're the Archivist and the Librarian
309, Rules of Engagement: The Politics and Pleasures of "Living Archives"402, Engaging Undergraduates, Advancing Archives: Innovative Approaches for a "Forgotten" User Group403, Beyond Documents: The Archivist's Role in Research Data Curation
406, 80,000 Volunteers Can't Be Wrong: The Case for Greater Collaboration with Wikipedia601, Using ArchonTM and Archivists ToolkitTM to Become More ParticipatoryGS1. Whats Happening Behind the Scenes in Washington and What it Means for Skilled Nursing Providers and Lenders, Dan Mendelson
PL3, MEAC Ethics Plenary, Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee (MEAC) member panel (2.0 CME Credits Ethics)A1, Featured Workshop Understanding Distortions in Decision Making in Mediation by Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)A3, Conflict Resolution in Non-Traditional Families Relationships by Dennis McGlothin and Peter Lewis Spanos (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)
A4, Corporate Monitoring as a Dispute Resolution Option in Complex Commercial Cases by Melanie Ann Hines and William Shepherd (2.1 CME Credits)A5, Disability Awareness Accommodating A Person with Disabilities in Mediation - Important Things You Probably Forgot to Consider by Eric Dunlap and Ginger Malcom (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)A6, Domestic Violence for County Mediators by Carol Williams (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)
A8, Establishing and Operating an In-House Dispute Resolution Program by Jane L. King (2.1 CME Credits)A9, Ethical Considerations Conflicts of Interest Impartiality and Self-Determination by Gregory Hoffman, D. Robert Hoyle and William Christopher (2.1 CME Credits Ethics)A11, Ethics for Mediators by Mike Nichols (2.1 CME Credits Ethics)
A12, The Latest Research Trends and Interventions in Family Violence by Judith McKay (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)A13, Mandatory Reporter Training by the Florida Abuse Hotline by Nana Gatlin and Zandra Odum (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)A14, MEAC Opinion Workshop and Update by Charles N. Castagna (2.1 CME Credits Ethics)
A15, Multi-Party Mediation A Map through the Land Mines by Alvin Capp and Panelists (2.1 CME Credits)A16, Wait Wait Dont Tell Them Counterintuitive Mediation Techniques That Will Settle Your Case by Kira Willig (2.1 CME Credits)B1, Featured Workshop Mediation in Germany by Gisela Wachinger (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)
B2, Affect Labeling Creating Effective Empathic Connections to De Escalate Emotions by Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)B3, Best Practices to Increase Your Market Value Avoid Grievances and Spot and Handle Diversity Dynamics that Affect Mediation Negotiations by Rodney Romano, Theodore Deckert & Richard Wennet (2.1 CME Credits)B4, Co-Parents at War Child-Proofing the Trenches by Lori Frazier (2.1 CME Credits)
B5, Domestic Violence within the LGBT Community An Exploration of Myths and Misconceptions by John Dorris (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence and Cultural Diversity)B6, Elements of Appellate Mediation by Beth Greenfield-Mandler (2.1 CME Credits Appellate)B7, Exploring How Personality and Communication Affect Negotiation by Charles C. Ward (2.1 CME Credits)
B8, Frontiers in Mediation in a Globalized World by Lynn Cole (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)B9, How a Mediator Can Use the Attorneys for the Parties to Facilitate a Settlement by Marc Sinensky (2.1 CME Credits)B11, See What Youve Been Missing The Visual Aspects of Mediation by Stephan Widmeyer (2.1 CME Credits)
B12, Special Considerations in Mediating Probate and Commercial Disputes by Edmund Sikorski Jr. (2.1 CME Credits)B13, Special Education Mediation Understanding the Frameworks by Dr. Mary Bruck (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)B14, Tips and Techniques How to Break Impasse by Renee Thompson and Christine Harter (2.1 CME Credits)
B15, Two Heads Are Better Than One A Team Approach to Mediation by Leonard Helfand and Leonia Maresch (2.1 CME Credits)C1, Featured Workshop The LGBT Family Issues Which All Mediators Should Know by Elizabeth Schwartz (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)C2, Apology Forgiveness and Redemption as Tools for Resolving Disputes by George Knox (2.1 CME Credits)
C3, The Direct Inferential Communication Model Are You Hearing What I Am Saying Am I Saying What You Are Hearing by Michael Holler (2.1 CME Credits)C4, Discovering Your Creative Vision A Creativity Workshop for Mediators and Arbitrators by Aric Attas (2.1 CME Credits)C5, DV Same-Sex Relationships by Athea Antoine (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)
C6, Everything I Know About Mediation I Learned on the Internet by Michael Bloom and Jim Todd (2.1 CME Credits)C9, Going the Extra Mile with Frequent Filers Suggestions from a Magistrate and Family Mediator by Michael Lang and Susan Maulucci (2.1 CME Credits)C10, Improving Party Engagement in the Mediation Process An Insightful Approach by Gregory Firestone (2.1 CME Credits)
C11, Language as a Tool for Conflict Resolution The Power of Metaphor and Discourse Analysis by Howard Marsee (2.1 CME Credits)C12, Mediation The Dance and the Deal by Stephen Sawicki (2.1 CME Credits)C14, The Power to Persuade by Robin Lavitch (2.1 CME Credits)
C15, Understanding Me Understanding You by Teeluck Persad and Evelyn Pabon Figueroa (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)C16, Yoga for Mediators by Alexandra (Sandra) Hedrick (2.1 CME Credits)PL1, Opening Plenary and Keynote, The Power of Peacemaking by Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)
PL2, Friday PM Plenary Legal Issues of the LGBT Community An Overview for Mediators by Elizabeth Schwartz (1.2 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)PL3, MEAC Ethics Plenary, Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee (MEAC) member panel (2.0 CME Credits Ethics)A1, Featured Workshop Understanding Distortions in Decision Making in Mediation by Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)
A3, Conflict Resolution in Non-Traditional Families Relationships by Dennis McGlothin and Peter Lewis Spanos (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)A4, Corporate Monitoring as a Dispute Resolution Option in Complex Commercial Cases by Melanie Ann Hines and William Shepherd (2.1 CME Credits)A5, Disability Awareness Accommodating A Person with Disabilities in Mediation - Important Things You Probably Forgot to Consider by Eric Dunlap and Ginger Malcom (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)
A6, Domestic Violence for County Mediators by Carol Williams (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)A8, Establishing and Operating an In-House Dispute Resolution Program by Jane L. King (2.1 CME Credits)A9, Ethical Considerations Conflicts of Interest Impartiality and Self-Determination by Gregory Hoffman, D. Robert Hoyle and William Christopher (2.1 CME Credits Ethics)
A12, The Latest Research Trends and Interventions in Family Violence by Judith McKay (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)A14, MEAC Opinion Workshop and Update by Charles N. Castagna (2.1 CME Credits Ethics)A15, Multi-Party Mediation A Map through the Land Mines by Alvin Capp and Panelists (2.1 CME Credits)
A16, Wait Wait Dont Tell Them Counterintuitive Mediation Techniques That Will Settle Your Case by Kira Willig (2.1 CME Credits)B1, Featured Workshop Mediation in Germany by Gisela Wachinger (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)B2, Affect Labeling Creating Effective Empathic Connections to De Escalate Emotions by Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)
B3, Best Practices to Increase Your Market Value Avoid Grievances and Spot and Handle Diversity Dynamics that Affect Mediation Negotiations by Rodney Romano, Theodore Deckert & Richard Wennet (2.1 CME Credits)B4, Co-Parents at War Child-Proofing the Trenches by Lori Frazier (2.1 CME Credits)B5, Domestic Violence within the LGBT Community An Exploration of Myths and Misconceptions by John Dorris (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence and Cultural Diversity)
B6, Elements of Appellate Mediation by Beth Greenfield-Mandler (2.1 CME Credits Appellate)B7, Exploring How Personality and Communication Affect Negotiation by Charles C. Ward (2.1 CME Credits)B8, Frontiers in Mediation in a Globalized World by Lynn Cole (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)
B9, How a Mediator Can Use the Attorneys for the Parties to Facilitate a Settlement by Marc Sinensky (2.1 CME Credits)B11, See What Youve Been Missing The Visual Aspects of Mediation by Stephan Widmeyer (2.1 CME Credits)B12, Special Considerations in Mediating Probate and Commercial Disputes by Edmund Sikorski Jr. (2.1 CME Credits)
B13, Special Education Mediation Understanding the Frameworks by Dr. Mary Bruck (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)B14, Tips and Techniques How to Break Impasse by Renee Thompson and Christine Harter (2.1 CME Credits)B15, Two Heads Are Better Than One A Team Approach to Mediation by Leonard Helfand and Leonia Maresch (2.1 CME Credits)
C1, Featured Workshop The LGBT Family Issues Which All Mediators Should Know by Elizabeth Schwartz (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)C2, Apology Forgiveness and Redemption as Tools for Resolving Disputes by George Knox (2.1 CME Credits)C3, The Direct Inferential Communication Model Are You Hearing What I Am Saying Am I Saying What You Are Hearing by Michael Holler (2.1 CME Credits)
C4, Discovering Your Creative Vision A Creativity Workshop for Mediators and Arbitrators by Aric Attas (2.1 CME Credits)C5, DV Same-Sex Relationships by Athea Antoine (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)C6, Everything I Know About Mediation I Learned on the Internet by Michael Bloom and Jim Todd (2.1 CME Credits)
C9, Going the Extra Mile with Frequent Filers Suggestions from a Magistrate and Family Mediator by Michael Lang and Susan Maulucci (2.1 CME Credits)C10, Improving Party Engagement in the Mediation Process An Insightful Approach by Gregory Firestone (2.1 CME Credits)C11, Language as a Tool for Conflict Resolution The Power of Metaphor and Discourse Analysis by Howard Marsee (2.1 CME Credits)
C12, Mediation The Dance and the Deal by Stephen Sawicki (2.1 CME Credits)C14, The Power to Persuade by Robin Lavitch (2.1 CME Credits)C15, Understanding Me Understanding You by Teeluck Persad and Evelyn Pabon Figueroa (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)
C16, Yoga for Mediators by Alexandra (Sandra) Hedrick (2.1 CME Credits)A2, ADR Educators Roundtable Facilitated Discussion of Current Issues Trends and Best Practices in Negotiation and ADR Education Training by Robert Shearer and Jeanne Maes (2.1 CME Credits Train the Trainer)A13, Mandatory Reporter Training by the Florida Abuse Hotline by Nana Gatlin and Zandra Odum (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)
A2, ADR Educators Roundtable Facilitated Discussion of Current Issues Trends and Best Practices in Negotiation and ADR Education Training by Robert Shearer and Jeanne Maes (2.1 CME Credits Train the Trainer)T1. What is the Future of the Skilled Nursing Sector?T3 How Private Pay Seniors Housing Plays in the Post-Acute Continuum
T2 The Case for Seniors Housing Investments T1 What Will the Growing Role of Managed Care in Medicaid and Medicare Mean for SNFsT4 Life After Medicare Cuts, Delivering Value and Maintaining Profitability
T5 Private Equity, Current Capital Deployment Strategies for Seniors HousingT6 Seniors Housing Market Trends and Outlook T7 Partnerships Across the Continuum of Care, Changing the Face of Skilled Nursing
T8 Not All Valuations Are Created Equal, Pricing Variables Today and TomorrowT9 Facts and Fiction About Todays Options for Financing Development and RedevelopmentF10 Special General Session- How CEOs are Creating Value for Residents and Investors
F11 Debt Financing, Whats Changed and What to Expect Going Forward F12 Dealmakers Forum, After the Year of the REIT F13 The Evolving Landscape and Need for Memory Care Services in Seniors Housing
Complete Set of RecordingsL1 Extreme Humor MakeoverL2 So That's Why It Feels So Good to Laugh
L3 Teaching Culture Through LaughterL4 This Just In: Humor Cures Everything! L5 Finding Fund$ In A Not-So-Funding World
L6 The Kids Are Laughing At Me...And I Love It! Using Humor To Connect With StudentsL7 Encouraging The EncouragerL8 Reflections In A Bedpan: What Your Patients Won't Tell You
Complete Set of Recordings1 Quality Mind, Quality Life2 Effective Communications
3 From Associate Evaluations to Associate Development: Making the Connection4 Gender Matters: Improving Cross Gender Communications & Create Successful Women’s Initiative Programs11 Management Makeover
12 Maximizing Profit13 RV and Boat Storage 14 Site Selection
15 On the Build: Speed Bumps Along the Way16 Controlling Development in Uncertain Times17 Determining the Right Loan for You
18 Self Storage Is Still a Good (the Best) Real Estate Investment19 How to Audit for Theft 20 How to Tap Your Trapped Equity - Tax-Free
22 Life (and Business) Is Good! Making the Most of Bad Situations23 Legal Issues in Self-Storage: Auction Rules24 Self-Storage Operations 101
25 Selling Self-Storage26 Advanced Legal Issues28 Revenue Management: Practical Use and Results
29 Yellow Pages Advertising 10130 Touring Through a Real Estate Transaction31 Your Presence on the Internet
32 The Three Greatest Risks to Facility Value33 Construction Financing: What You Need to Know34 Kiosks: Improving Your Bottom Line
DS FSSA Developers' Seminar7 The Self-Storage Lease and Legal Protection27 Feasibility: Questions to Address in Your Study
21 The Benefits of Reflective InsulationL10 Humor And Hypnosis: Is It A Laughing Matter?L12 Adding Razzmatazz To Your Training
L13 Using Humor In A Weight Management ProgramL14 Comfort Works: The Use of Humor and Complimentary Techniques In Therapeutic SettingsL15 The Power of Parody
L16 The Social Contagion of LaughterL17 Too Many Hot Peppers? Use Humor To Cool The Fire And Improve CommunicationsL00 How to Integrate Humor into the Classroom
L18 Oh My Gosh! Your Amygdala Is Showing L20 Humor for the HeartL21 Life Is What Happens To You While You're Making Other Plans
L22 More Flies With Honey: Using Humor To Highlight HealthL23 I Am Woman! I Am Strong! I Am Invincible! I Am Pooped!L24 Beating Out The DolDRUMS!
L25 Serving Up A Plate Of FunL26 Laughing with "U": A University Based ClassL27 Injections Of Joy: Self Medicated With Humor
L28 Honey, Hush!L29 Building CharacterL30 What Would I Do Today If I Were Brave?
L31 The Secrets Of StorytellingL32 Laughter, My Drug Of ChoiceL11 How To Be UGLY: Unique, Gifted, Lovable You
L9 Funny Numbers: Formulas For Fun In The Learning Experience - Yes, Even Math/Stats Class Complete Set of all recorded sessionsMW Management Workshop
1 Optimal Financing Structures to Maximize Return2 Out With the Old, In With the New3 Self-Storage 101
4 Records Storage—Simple and Profitable in a Self-Storage Environment5 Carwash Success -- It's All in the Planning6 Understanding a Self-Storage Pro Forma
8 Great Management and Marketing9 Seven Steps to Self-Storage Success 10 Tenant Satisfaction & Rental-Rate Management
6 Open Doors: A How-To on Job Development for Career Services7 Reviewing OSCAR: A Look Back at the Inaugural Year of the Federal Clerkship Online Application System8 Safe Zone Training: How to Set-Up a Program at Your Office
10 Career Development Beyond OCI - Joining Forces with Student Groups & Other Law School Departments11 Counseling for International Human Rights Internships & Post Graduate Opportunities12 Finding Job Satisfaction Using Personality Type
13 Get Your Summer Program the Attention it Deserves..From the Hiring Committee, the Office and the Firm14 How to Start a Firmwide Attorney Development Program from Scratch: What’s Important & Achievable15 Illegal, Immoral or Just Plain Stupid: Interview Questions Examined
16 Interviewing Summer Law Clerks & Associates - Getting More From Your 20 Minutes19 The Top Ten Secrets of Successful Negotiating20 Working Effectively with Search Firms
22 E-learning for Law Firms23 Hiring an Executive Coach25 Managing Conflict in the Workplace
26 Self Assessment for Law Students27 State Court Clerkships: Discovering Another Judicial Clerkship28 The Care & Feeding of Problem Children: Handling Difficult Cases
29 Training Lateral Interviewers30 Using Principles of Professional Development to Motivate & Prepare Law Students for Successful Careers31 What Are They Thinking? Getting Into Student’ Heads During the Fall Recruiting Process
32 What Do You Really Want? Working with Associates to Set & Achieve Their Goals33 9/11, Katrina, & Beyond: Disaster Preparedness Lessons from Those Who Have Lived Through the Unexpected35 Budgeting: Developing a Successful Business Plan
36 Creating Substantive Training with Practice Groups37 Job Possibilities Beyond the Legal Career Professional39 Networking for Career Success: Tips & Ideas for Lawyers, Law Students & NALP Professionals
40 Solomon Amendment 2006: Where Do We Stand?41 Using Technology to Reach Small & Mid Size Firms42 Career Opportunities for Law School Students with Disabilities
44 First Year Programming Information Session: What Work What Doesn’t & What You Can Do to Revitalize Efforts45 How Your Students Can Afford Public Interest Careers! Models that Balance Educational Debt with PI Salaries 46 Integrating Laterals Into Law Firm Culture
47 Recruiting & Retaining Diverse Attorneys48 Training Students to Become Negotiators When Considering Small/Medium Firm Offers49 Understanding the ABA Accreditation Process
50 Women Reaching the Top: Why & How to Implement a Successful Women’s Initiative51 America’s Top Ranked Plenary on Legal Ratings & Rankings52 Building Your Influence Quotient (IQ): Working Through Other People to Achieve Goals
53 Coming to America: The Market for International LLMs54 Counseling for Fellowships55 Cross Cultural Training for Law Students Engaged in Public Interest & Pro Bono
56 Developing Innovative Ways to Legal Employers & Law57 Challenges & Opportunities in Transitioning from Minority Law Students to Partner58 Effective Recruiting: Leading Indicators of Success
59 Making the Marriage Work: Looking After the Professionals in Law Firm Mergers60 Managing the Lawyer Evaluation Process61 The Advantages of Part Time Policies
62 Working with Transgender & Non Gender-Conforming Lawyers & Law Students63 Federal Clerkships After FLCIS & OSCAR: The Reality for Most Schools64 Highlighting Lesser Known Government Honors Programs
65 Implementing an Effective Mentoring Program67 Marketing Your Firm to Today’s Young Professional68 Meet the Parents: Counseling Millenials & Their Parents
69 Military Hiring: Exciting & Immediate Experience70 Personal Transition & Career Renewal: Strategies for Navigating Change71 Supporting Students in the Small Firm Pitch
72 There’s a New Sheriff in Town: How to Survive, & Even Thrive, During Transition74 Advanced Diversity Training75 Effective Personal Strategic Planning
76 Building Professional Networks77 Identifying & Mastering Your Effectiveness as a Leader2 Creating the Future Care Plan for Family Members with Special Needs
3 Family Business Indecision: Strategies to Assist Family Decision Making4 Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation5 Special Area of Estate Planning
6 The Style Grid: Defined Incorrectly, Used Incorrectly, & Hurting Performance7 Financial Professionals & Collaborative Law8 Health Savings Accounts
9 Inner Workings of a Mutual Fund10 The Service Offering For The Next Generation11 Economic Update
12 Media Training for Members13 Non-Traditional Families14 Sustained Withdrawals During Retirement
15 Inside the Investing Brain16 Emerging Firms17 Experience, Evolution & Growth:
18 International Investing: Is It Too Late? 19 Larger Firm Initiative21 Economic Outlook
22 Donor Advised Funds23 Expanding Your Practice to Serve the Ultra Wealthy Client: Understanding Their Tax Issues & Concerns24 Industry Update
26 Portfolio Management Using Sector Exchange-Traded Funds27 The NAPFA Benchmarking Survey28 Passive vs. Active
25 MBTI & Money Matters - A Further Walk on the Soft SideComplete Set of RecordingsComplete Set of Recordings
PC1 The Thinning Vision of Self-Determination in Divorce & Family Mediation = 7.2 CME CreditsPC2 Advanced Institute on Parenting Coordination = 7.2 CME CreditsPC3 Controversial Issues in Child Custody Evaluations = 7.2 CME Credits
PC4 “The Research Says...” Effective Use of Social Science Research in Family Law Cases = 7.2 CME CreditsPC5 Negotiation 2006: New Frontiers = 7.2 CME CreditsPC6 Domestic Violence: What’s a Neutral to Do? = 7.2 CME Credits in Domestic Violence
PL1 Plenary - In Whose Best Interests? Juggling the Rights, Needs & Interests of Children, Parents & Families = 1.8 CME Credits 1 Special Needs of Military Families for the Family Law Practitioner = 1.8 CME Credits 2 Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover: Successful Mediator Interventions = 1.8 CME Credits
3 Judges are from Mars, Everyone Else is from Venus = 1.8 CME Credits 4 How Courts View Intimate Relationships: Implications for Families & Practice = 1.8 CME Credits 5 Smokescreen or Fire? Allegations of Sexual Abuse in the Context of Parental Separation = 1.8 CME Credits
6 Preventing Abduction in Child Custody Disputes = 1.8 CME Credits 8 Split Custody: Family Circumstances for Implementation = 1.8 CME Credits 9 Ethical Challenges for Lawyers: When Zealous Advocacy & Best Interests Collide = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics
10 Differentiating Types of Domestic Violence = 1.8 CME Credits in Domestic Violence12 How Attachment Relationships Inform Custody Evaluators = 1.8 CME Credits 14 Dealing with Challeging Clients = 1.8 CME Credits
13 Avoiding Crises for Non-Residential Parents: Helping Them Juggle = 1.8 CME Credits 16 One is the Loneliest Number = 1.8 CME Credits 17 A National Survey of Psychologists Testing Practices in Custody Evaluations = 1.8 CME Credits
18 Impact of Domestic Violence in First Generation Hispanics in Mediation = 1.8 CME Credits in Domestic Violence19 Assessing & Resolving Religious Conflicts in Child Custody Disputes = 1.8 CME Credits 20 If All Else Fails...Trial Preparation for Lawyers = 1.8 CME Credits
21 Custody Evaluation & Parenting Plans for Relocation: Risk Assessement for High Conflict or Partner Violence = 1.8 CME Credits 22 Helping Children Survive Family Conflict = 1.8 CME Credits 23 Strategic & Artful Thinking: A Collaboration or Oxymoron = 1.8 CME Credits
PL2 Juggling for Judges: It’s Not Just Decision Making Anymore = 1.8 CME Credits PL3 What’s Wrong with Children’s Rights? = 1.8 CME Credits 25 PC Plagues, Problems & Prophecies = 1.8 CME Credits
26 Views from the Eye of the Storm = 1.8 CME Credits 27 Children’s Treatment in Family Law Cases = 1.8 CME Credits 28 Expert Testimony & the Admissibility of Psychological Testing = 1.8 CME Credits
29 Connecting Unwed Nonresidential Parents with their Children = 1.8 CME Credits 30 Reforming Family Law Education = 1.8 CME Credits 31 Innovations in Court Services = 1.8 CME Credits
32 International Mediation in Transfrontier Children’s Conflicts = 1.8 CME Credits 33 Implementing Family Law Education Reform = 1.8 CME Credits 34 Who’s Ready for Mediation? Assessment & Intervention for Client Readiness = 1.8 CME Credits
35 Criteria for Psychopathy or Dangerousness = 1.8 CME Credits 36 The Challenges When Child Legal Representatives & Mental Health Professionals Practice Together = 1.8 CME Credits 37 Preventing the Impact of Family Violence in the Lives of Children = 1.8 CME Credits
38 Challenges for Institutionalizing Parenting Coordination: An Open Dialogue = 1.8 CME Credits 39 Ethical Challenges in Family & Dependency Mediation = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics42 Burnout, Compassion Fatigue & Vicarious Traumatization in Working with Families in Conflict= 1.8 CME Credits
41 How to Break Impasse in Custody Disputes = 1.8 CME Credits40 The Passive-Aggressive Parent & Divorce = 1.8 CME Credits43 Collaborative Divorce: Working Beyond the Shadow of the Law = 1.8 CME Credits
44 Innovations in Family Court Dispute Resolution = 1.8 CME Credits45 Calm Clients, Positive Outcomes: Divorce Professionals as Affect Management Team = 1.8 CME Credits46 Lawyers with Clients in Mediation: Problem Solvers or the Problem? = 1.8 CME Credits
47 Listening to Voices of Children of Separation & Divorce = 1.8 CME Credits48 Who’s Afraid of Financial Planning? = 1.8 CME Credits49 Developing Skills for Parallel Parenting = 1.8 CME Credits
50 Out of the Mouths of Babes: Children’s Voices Informing Change = 1.8 CME Credits52 High Conflict Divorce & Child Adjustment: Conceptualization & Intervention from a Vicarious Trama Perspective = 1.8 CME Credits53 Family Restructuring Therapy for High Conflict Families & Estranged Children = 1.8 CME Credits
54 Mediating with the Angry Client = 1.8 CME Credits55 Topography of Style & the Myth of Objectivity: Influences on the Custody Evaluation Process = 1.8 CME CreditsComplete Set of Recordings
GS1 Saturday AM: Edwene GainesGS3 Tuesday AM: General SessionGS4 Tuesday PM: General Session
GS5 Wednesday PM: General SessionGS6 Thursday AM: General Session Closing Service/Passing of the Gavel1 Songs Held in Mind
2 Laughter Doesn't Hurt3 Creativity of the Spirit4 Overview of The New Master's of Divinity & M.A. Programs
5 Prayer & Perspective with Myrtle Fillmore7 What Are They Saying About Prayer & Spirituality?8 Nonviolent Communication
9 Transforming Your Classes to Interactive Learning10 The Four Spiritual Law of Prosperity11 Pioneering a New Paradigm
12 Let me FlyComplete Set of RecordingsMW Management Workshop
DS2 How to Invest in Self-Storage: Acquisition StrategiesDS Developers’ SeminarKP Keynote Presentation State of the Industry
1 Feasibility - Is There Any Room Left to Build?2 Due Diligence3 Running Records Storage With “Just in Time Labor”
4 The Do’s and Don’ts of Storage Development5 The Reno Market6 Self-Storage Conversions
7 Plotting Through the Zoning Process8 Preparing a Facility for Sale10 Maximizing Your Sales Program
11 Cross Selling: How to “Super Size” Your Storage Sales12 Cost Segregation: Maximizing Depreciation, Increasing Cash Flow13 How to Play the Yellow Pages Game ... and Win!
14 To Rent or Not to Rent: That is the Customer’s Question! 15 The Future of Self-Storage Software and Security16 Mystery-Shopping and Employee Evaluations
17 Alternative Self-Storage Niches: RV and Boat Storage18 Key Insurance Coverages for Self-Storage19 Death, Divorce, Disappearance and DragNet
20 Choosing the Right Lender & Loan for Your Project21 Making the Most of Mainstream Media22 Bridge and Permanent Financing for Properties in Lease-up
23 The Sale vs. Refinance24 Advanced Legal Issues9 Hiring and Training Self-Storage Managers
Complete Set of all recorded sessionsPS1 Plenary Session I: Public Awareness and AdvocacyPS2 Plenary Session II: Technology
PS3 Plenary Session III: Disaster Preparedness and RecoveryPS4 Closing Plenary Session101. Institutional Approaches to Digital Recordkeeping in Government: Frameworks and Collaboration
102. Replevin: Fact, Fiction and Pitfalls103. “X” Marks the Spot: Archiving GIS Databases104. Passport to History: African American Historic Sites in Washington, DC
105. Yizkor Books, Weblogs and Ethnic Cleansing: Grassroots Documentation and New Technologies106. Archives Seminar: Creating Capability for Digital Preservation Partnerships107. The Archival Pharmakon
108. The Impact of Archival Institutes on the American Archival Profession109. “More Product” in the Image Archives: Applying Minimal Processing Guidelines to Visual Materials Collections110. Archivists and Enterprise Architecture
202. How Did You Find That? Angling for Access204. Sixteen Tons: The Diversity of Heavy Industry Archives205. Making Technology Work: DSpace and Its Implementations
208. Big Bird's Digital Future: Appraisal and Selection of Public Television Programming209. The Role of the National Archives of the United States in Nominations to the Supreme Court: The John Roberts and Samuel Alito ...210. Archivists Are Teachers: New Ideas and Techniques for Fostering Learning in the Archives
301. The Current State of Electronic Records Preservation302. The “New” ICA: An Update and Progress Report303. Planning for Sustainability for Digital Programs
304. Designing Successful Internships305. Extended Archival Description: Context and Specificity for Digital Objects306. Secrecy vs Access: Government Information in the George W Bush Era
309. Conquering the Case File Mountain: A Canadian Perspective for Archivists and Records Managers310. The Digital Story Revolution: How Teachers Are Using Our Archives401. On the Road for Archival Outreach: The Circuit Rider Archivist Program in Georgia
402. Developing Standards for Digitally Created Microfilm403. Developing An Open-Source and Standards-Compliant Descriptive Tool for Lone Arrangers404. Considering the Source: Archivists and Educators Partner to Design an Innovative Undergraduate Course in Archival...
405. Uncovering the Hidden: Finding GLBTQ Resources in Archives and Libraries407. Brown University Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice409. Putting Primary Sources to Music: The Thomas Hampson Teacher Institute
410. Use It Or Lose It: Preserving Your Digital Documents501. Sex, Lies, and Audiotape: Documenting Fallen Politicians502. Measuring Performance in Archival Repositories
503. New Challenges in Collaboration: Library and Archival Perspectives on Digital Content Management and Preservation504. The Raisins of Wrath: Ethics and the Business Archivist505. Vital Records: The Importance of National Archives and Records Administrations in Governance and Civil Society
506. Caught with Our Classifieds Showing: Learning from the CIA-Led Review of the Henry M Jackson Papers at UW507. Ethnographic Collections: Description and Access508. Future Shock: Saving the Signals of Audiovisual Records
510. Archives Seminar: Possibilities and Problems of Digital History and Digital Collections601. Watching the Watchers: Surveillance Files in Public Archives602. A Web Crawl… Is Not a Web Crawl… Is Not a Web Crawl: Building an Archive of Government Websites
603. Cultural Content Online: Criteria for Choosing Digitization Projects604. Finding Aids: The Next Generation605. Graduate Student Paper Session
606. Public vs Private Sectors: Adapting to the Private Sector607. CoSA Incubator Session: Local Government Records608. Archives Seminar: Managing Archives in a Time of Change
609. Not Just A City: Recapturing the History and Culture of New Orleans610. Must the Show Go On? Managing Digital Records of Visual and Performing Art Organizations701. What I Did Last Summer: The 2005 Hurricanes’ Impact on Archives, Libraries, Museums
702. Beyond the Memorandum of Agreement: Working Out the Nuts and Bolts of Collaboration704. Marriage of Convenience or Shotgun Wedding?: Applying DACS to Finding Aids705. Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004: The Impact of Federal Regulations and Standards for the Issuance...
706. Family Ties: Connecting Individuals to Archives707. New Archival Collaborations Between Traditional Government Archives and Academic Data Archives708. What Makes a Good Leader? For Libraries? For Archives? For Museums?
710. We Did It and So Can You: Tackling Electronic Records Issues801. How We’d Like to Spend Next Summer: The Type of Actions We Should Take to Deal with Regional Disasters in the Future802. Managing Change in the Archives
803. The Next Generation of Archivists: What Should They Know? International Perspectives on Archival Education804. Ties That Bind or a Different Worldview? The Intersection of Archives, Museums, and Libraries805. Dusting Off the Crystal Ball: Future Directions for Special Collections in Research Libraries
806. No Government Is an Island: Interactions Between NGOs and the Government807. Archives Seminar: Archives for Justice Seminar808. Providing Access, Maintaining Privacy: The Challenge of Administering Health Care Records Under HIPAA
809. Emerging Digital Preservation Standards: Certification of Trusted Digital Repositories and PREMIS810. Getting the Stuff: Challenges and Victories of Archival Fieldwork408. Public Records in the Electronic Age
All Recorded Breakout Sessions1 Ready Set, Go Program (Not a Breakout Session)2 Advanced Waterpark Group Sales Workshop (Not a Breakout Session)
3 The Future is Here - Bonus Mini-Workshop (Not a Breakout Session)4 Attracting the Lucarative School Group Market5 Creating & Operating a Successful Public Sector Waterpark
6 How to Make $$$ with Coin-Op Games in Indoor & Outdoor Waterparks7 So You Think You Have Something To Say8 Regenerating Water Quality with a Payback
9 The Risk List Part II: Developing a Preventive Legal Liability Plan10 A Typical Day at an Indoor Waterpark Resort11 Past, Present & Future of the ADA & Waterparks
12 The Secrets to Keeping Our Customers Happy!13 51 Ways to Improve Service, Increase Sales & Reduce Costs at Your Waterpark Concession14 Stay COOL: Create Ongoing Opportunities to Love Your Jobs, Your Customers & Your Teammates
15 Managing a Profitable Indoor Waterpark Concession16 Operationally What Comes First? Waterpark or Hotel17 Hot Topics in Aquatic Risk Management
18 How to Get the Most Out of Your Advertising Dollars19 Internal Branding: Creating a Culture of Service Within a Waterpark20 Protecting the Safety of Your Most Important Asset - Your Patrons
21 Thinking Inside, Outside & Around the Box22 Successful Staffing: Tips on Finding & Hiring Great International Employees23 The NEW Neighborhood Pool - Public Pools Making Big Profits
24 Introduction to Waterpark Group Sales25 Technical Advances in the Treatment of Water & Air for Indoor Waterpark Safety & Guest Satisfaction26 Aquatic Crisis Management: Managing the “Press”ure
27 Attractions Management: Slides, Waves, Rivers & Play Structure28 Marketing to the iPod Generation29 From No-go to Mojo: Making Teams Work
30 Staying Afloat During the Storm: Crisis Communications for Waterparks31 Strategically Managing Your Self-Insured Retention32 Developing & Expanding Your Public Facility
33 Marketing a Waterpark...Everyday...All Year34 Keeping the Buzz (Marketing) Going in the Off-Season35 Designing a Performance Based In-Service Training Program
36 Pumps & Motors37 When Lifeguards Become Supervisors38 Empty Nests, Full Pockets - How the Empty Nesters Can Improve Your Bottom Line
39 Coin/Debt Operated Games - Everything You Need to Know to Design Your Game Space40 Developing Indoor Waterparks for Long Term Success: Lessons Learned from 35 yrs of Waterpark Management41 Sand Filter Maintenance
43 Park First Aid: Is Airway Still King?42 What’s In a Name? Protecting Your Trademarks Before You’re All Wet44 Navigating the RFP Process for Aquatic Projects
45 101 Ways to Save Money, Make Money & Improve Your Bottom Line46 Water Quality Review47 Indoor Waterpark Operator’s Roundtable
48 Everything You Need to Know About the New Changes to the Red Cross Lifeguard Training Program49 Survivor Tools for Coaching Your Team to SuccessComplete Set of all recorded sessions
SA1 Keynote Address: It's a New Demographic Ballgame: Are Science Centers Ready?SA3 Thinking It Over: Research Perspectives On Informal LearningSA4 A Wrenching Renaissance: Return of the Exhibit Developer as Central Figure
SA5 Build Your Capacity to Secure Major Gifts: Steps to SuccessSA6 Ten Years Later: Humanities Seminars in Science MuseumsSA8 Community Youth Ambassadors: An Untapped Resource
SA11 Innovative Ideas in Astronomy and Aerospace EducationSA13 Developing Themed Exhibitions: The Challenges and Rewards of Using Licensed Properties in ExhibitsSA14 High-Definition Cinema Showcase and Panel: Catch the Wave
SA15 Citizen Science: Global Impact Through PartnershipsSA16 New Voices Inspire the FieldSA18 Trends in the Design of the Best Exhibit Space: A Benchmarking Study of Science Centers (Year 2)
SA19 Museums On TV: How Fifteen Science Centers Starred on PBS and What We All LearnedSA20 Starting From Scratch: The Exploratorium, the Lawrence Hall of Science, and the Ontario Science CentreSA21 The Next Wave: Emerging Internet Technologies at Museums
SA23 Opportunities for Engaging Active Older Adults with Science CentersSA24 Communicating Expectations and Performance Levels to Education Staff and VolunteersSA25 Community Partnerships: Opportunities and Challenges
SA26 Evolution Exhibitions TodaySA27 Science TV and Museum Partnerships 2006SA28 Start Small and Raise Big Bucks
SA30 Green Exhibits ShowcaseSA31 Exploring Custom-Designed Approaches to Evaluation SA33 After-School Partnerships: Math + Equity = Success
SA34 ‘Sustainable New Models’ Open Discussion: A Deeper Look at How We Might EvolveSU2 Distinguished Lecture: Selections from "The Creation" SU3 Keynote Address: "Preaching to the Choir: What You Think You Already Know, but Maybe You Don't..."
SU5 Dysfunction Junction: How Well Is Your Staff Working Together?SU6 Partnering with NOAA: A Wealth of Earth Information SU7 Are You Really Going Green? Step Into the Future with Green Buildings
SU8 Passing the TorchSU9 Understanding the Audience Potential of FullDome Digital Video SU11 Science Education and Issues of Diversity: Current Research and Practice
SU12 The NASA Explorer Institutes and Other OpportunitiesSU14 Beyond the Warm and Fuzzy Stuff: How a Youth Employment Program Can Draw In FundingSU21 Volunteer Voices: What Can Active Teens and Adults Tell Us About Learning and Teaching Science in Informal Settings?
SU22 Talk to Me! A Fund-Raiser’s Guide to What Donors Want to HearSU23 New Look at an Old Neighbor: Return to the MoonSU24 The Inquiry Fashion Show 2: Another Showcase of Styles
SU27 Models and Metaphors: Finding Tools to Think Through ProblemsSU29 If We Don’t Call It Science, Will They Come? How Preconceptions About Science Affect the Science Exhibit ExperienceSU31 Alliance-Based Growth Stategies: Appropriate Choices on the Collaboration-Merge Continuum
SU32 Human Impact on Climate: What We Did and What We Can Change, Part 1 SU34 Compelling Relevancy: Making Science Centers Really MatterSU35 Do It Again! Repeatable Special Events That Drive Attendance
SU38 Moving Your Museum Toward Tomorrow with Funding from IMLSSU39 Many Voices: Strategies for Multivocal Exhibitions SU41 Marketing and Implementing Programs To Facilitate Institutional Growth
SU44 Innovative Collaboration for Sustainable GrowthSU46 Human Impact on Climate: What We Did and What We Can Change, Part 2SU47 Current and Emerging Research in Informal Learning
M4 SunWise: A Program that Radiates Good IdeasM6 Teacher Programs in an Age of Education Accountability M7 The Revolution Will Not Be Podcast
M8 Partnering with Corporate Volunteer ProgramsM9 Assessing Technological Literacy in Formal and Free-Choice Learning EnvironmentsM12 You Need It, We’ve Got It: Providing Science Laboratories to Schools and Communities That Lack Them
M13 Pitcher Plants, Deep Sea Vents, and Dinosaurs: Making Science Practice Central to the ExperienceM14 How Has the Evolution/Intelligent Design “Controversy” Affected My Institution?M15 Impacts of Informal Science Experiences on Girls: First-Year Results and Tools
M16 Sustaining Growth in a Small Science CenterM17 Give Me S'more Science Summer CampM18 VP Dialogue
M20 The Extended Visit: Three Perspectives on Handheld Tours and BookmarkingM21 Starting From Zero: Fund-Raising for Absolute Beginners M22 Building Bridges: A Discussion of Practitioner/Research Relationships in Informal Science Institutions
M23 Incorporating Current Science in Exhibits and Programs M24 Invigorating the Front LineM25 Tuning In: Music in the Soundscape
M30 SEPA and Science Centers: A Great PartnershipT2 Niche Marketing on a ShoestringT4 Growth Is Great: Renewal Is Necessary
T5 Winning Support from NSF by Advancing Informal Science EducationT8 Science Research and Learning Experiences in Native American Communities T11 Promoting Lifelong Learners by Integrating Early Childhood Education in the Museum
T12 Full-Body, Social Learning Through Computer-Based InteractivesT13 The BIG LAB: The Big-Boned Offspring of an Education and Design PartnershipT14 What You Know Does Matter: Science Centers and Environmental Science Literacy
T15 Louisville Science Center Exposed: Learning to Ask the Right QuestionsT17 Advocacy 101: Making Your Voice Heard on Capitol Hill and BeyondT19 Making the Best of Both: Professional Development On-Site and Online
T20 Applying RFID and Web Analysis Tools to Exhibit Evaluation T21 Innovative Practices in Exhibition EvaluationT22 Listening to Visitors: Resolving the Broken Exhibit Dilemma
T23 Engineering with Elementary Students in Schools and Museums T2 Exploring Schwab Learning’s Online ResourcesT4 Roadblocks to Reading Acquisition: Is Teacher Knowledge One of Them?
T6 RFB&D Research UpdateT7 COMBINED SESSION: Resilience, Social Competence & Self -EsteemT8 Making Math Real: Conceptual/Procedural Development in a Multisensory Structured Program
T11 If a Martian Anthropologist Would Look at Our Theories of Dyslexia...T12 Effectiveness of Two Intensive Phonological Interventions on the Oral Language Functions of Severe Dyslexics: Research and ...T13 Slingerland Multisensory Language Approach for Upper Elementary through High School Students
T14 Complex, Complicated and Challenging: The Adolescent Struggling ReaderT15 Exceptional and Gifted Dyslexics: Demographics, Profiles, Causes, and Education T16 The Need For Speed: Fluency Instruction CAN Make a Difference
T18 From Words To Works: Developing Writing SkillsT23 English: Not One Language But FourT24 Making the Leap from High School into Post-Secondary Education: A Discussion of Transitioning
T25 Early Intervention: Identification and Instruction of At-Risk StudentsT26 Closing the Research to Practice Gap: What Science Offers Teachers of ReadingT27 Patterns, Principles and Procedures: Roots to Proficiency in Spelling
T29 The Contribution of Phonological and Morphological Processing Skills to Reading Development amongst Dyslexic and Non-Dyslexic Speakers of ArabicT32 Principles of Intervention: How to Help Students with NLD Reach Their Potential Through Language T33 Integrating Authentic Children’s Literature into Explicit Multisensory Structured Grammar Instruction
T34 Quick and Easy Phonics AssessmentsT35 Dyslexia and Nonverbal LD: Contrasts and Commonalities T36 Decreasing the Vocabulary Gap: Explicit Vocabulary Instruction During Shared Storybook Readings
T38 Moving Beyond the Basics: Higher Mathematics for Students with Math DisabilitiesT40 Remediation into the High School Years: Is It Effective?T41 Memory Skills: The Dyslexic Paradox
T42 Take Flight: Comprehension Strategies to Free the Struggling Reader T43 Developing Reading Comprehension in Children with Dyslexia: Scaffolds, Strategies and ‘Spin-offs’T44 Maintaining the Gold Standard: Keeping the Essential Elements in Every Orton-Gillingham Lesson
T45 Oral & Written Language Disorders: Early Intervention ResearchT46 Recognition & Response: An Approach to Ensuring Learning Success for All Children in the Early YearsT47 Reading Comprehension Processes in Adolescents with Reading Disabilities and ADHD
T48 Creatively Speaking: Increasing Word Retrieval Skills through Fun Games and ActivitiesT49 Internalized Speech and Reading T50 Kindergarten Screening and Promising Interventions for Children at Risk of Reading Failure
T51 Learning Disabilities Research at the NICHD:An Update and Future DirectionsF54 Tax Benefits for Families with Learning DisabilitiesF56 Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Dyslexia
F57 Neuroimaging Studies of Skilled Reading and Reading Disability F58 Go Digital: An Approaching Milestone for RFB&D’s Learning Through Listening for Dyslexic StudentsF59 COMBINED SESSION: Intervention Studies
W2 From ABC to ADHD: What Parents Need to Know About Dyslexia and Attention ProblemsF60 Using the Three Tier Model to Ensure Early, Effective Dyslexia Identification and Intervention in SchoolsF61 The Alliance for Accreditation and Certification of Structured Language Education, Inc. :Consistency of Standards Within a Variety of Programs
F62 Vocabulary Instruction: Making the Most of Defining MomentsF63 Literacy Assessment and Treatment for English Language LearnersF64 Catch Them Before They Fail: Response to Intervention Using Research-Based Instruction
F65 LANGUAGE! Increasing Literacy Scores in America’s Urban Classrooms!F66 COMBINED SESSION: Music, Rhythm & LanguageF68 In the Eyes of the Law and Policy: IDA Visibility and Credibility
F69 Utilizing Literature to Educate Students about Their Learning DifferencesF70 Alliance Exam Preparation: A Review Course for MSLE Teachers and TherapistsF71 Make Phonics Dynamic Using Picture Cues for Reading, Spelling and Pronunciation
F72 The SLANT System: A Multisensory Structured Language Training Program for Use with Response to Intervention ModelsF73 Teaching Social Skills: Everybody Needs a Friend F74 A Study of Comprehensive District Reform in Reading in an Urban Public School District
F75 Implementing Multisensory Language Instruction in Middle & High School ProgramsF76 Word Shapes: Visualizing Syntax through Sentence Building ActivitiesF77 Don’t Forget to Develop Orthographic Automaticity! Prediction of Dyslexia
F78 Write to Read: Using the Writing Process to Increase Text Comprehension and Expository WritingF79 Morphological Awareness Training: Vocabulary Expansion and the Fascinating History of WordsF80 The Art of Blending
F81 Building Bridges: Frameworks for Connecting Receptive Language, Expressive Language Proficiency and Social Language SkillsF82 Creating Research-Based Resources for Adult Literacy InstructionF84 Weaving Success: Metacognition in A Structured Language Lesson
F85 Does the O-G Approach Apply to Content Area Instruction?F86 Technological Preparedness for Students with Learning DisabilitiesF87 Wake Up, Kids! Multisensory Activities in the Classroom
F88 The ABC’s of Dyslexia Evaluations Made SimpleF89 Lesson Planning to Address Challenging Reading RecommendationsF90 Building Ownership of Language Structure in Persons with Dyslexia
F91 The Why’s & What-to-Do’s of Reading Comprehension DifficultiesF92 The Interaction of Language and Math F93 Longitudinal Predictors of Foreign Language Word Docoding & Spelling
F94 Making Math Accessible: A Multisenory Approach to Teaching Math to the LD ChildF95 A Systems Approach to the Evaluation & Educational Care & Management of Students with Language based LDF98 Narrative Development in Children with Early Oral Language Impairment
F99 Dual Coding with Imagery & Verbal ProcessingF100 What’s the Main Idea?F101 Biology Success! Teaching Sciences to LD Students
F102 Using a Comprehensive Reading Model to Guide Assessment & INterventionF103 Study Skills & Technology for Struggling LearnersF104 Hows & Whys of Cursive
F105 Low SES Multilingual K-6 Children’s English Developments F106 Improving Reading in Elementary Public Schools:F109 Teaching Kindergarten & Grade 1 Children to Read
F110 Launching At-Risk Preschoolers into ReadingF112 Reading Intervention StrategiesF113 Phonics in a Three Tier Model of Reading Instruction
F116 Automaticity, Fluency, Spelling & VocabularyF118 Brave New World is Here!?? F119 Unlocking the Living Landscape of Language
S122 Dyslexia Ages & Stages: Insights for ParentsS123 Dyslexia 101: What Parents Need to KnowS124 Dyslexics Spell Success
S125 Combined Session: Intervention StudiesS126 Research with LETRSS128 Fresh AIR for Reading Fluency
S129 From Single-Paragraph to Multiparagraph WritingS130 Verbal Auditory Processing DisorderS131 Teaching the Teachers
S132 Early Identification & Classification of Reading DisabilitiesS134 The Spalding Medthod: Ladder to LiteracyS135 Rising to New Heights: Classroom Intervention for the Struggling Reader
S136 The Efficacy of Computer Based Phonic InstructionS137 A Roadmap for Parents & Advocates for Dyslexic StudentsS138 Eliminating LD Barriers for Life Success
S140 Vocabulary Instruction for LD StudentsS142 Teaching the TeachersS143 Teach Math to Pre-K or Remediated Elementary School Students Using Visual/Tactile Methods
S144 Dyslexia’s Diagnostic Pattern of Strengths & WeaknessesS145 Tweedle-dee & Tweedle-dum: Syllables & MorphemesS146 Combined Session: Retrieval, Accuracy & Automaticity
S147 Combined Session: Intervention Studies S150 Rediscovering the ME - instead of the WE - in HoMEwork!S151 Five Life Lessons from a Successful Dyslexic
S153 I Completed the Advanced O-G CourseS154 Sensational SyllablesS155 Utilizing the Principles of O-G in Teaching Skills Needed for Life
S156 Growing Up Dyslexic & Surviving a Family of Five DyslexicsS157 Images of Children with Communication Disorders in Modern Children Fiction S158 ADHD & Dyslexia: Choosing Effective Interventions
S159 Dyslexia Assessment: Looking at All the AnglesS161 “504” Ways to Accommodate Learning Different Students in the Regular ClassroomS162 Developing Decision Making & Self-Advocacy Skills in Dyslexic Students
S163 Oral Language Underpinnings for Academic Achievement S165 Fractions: Breaking Up is a Hard Thing To DoS166 Learning to Help & Helping to Learn at Home
S167 Harnessing the Power of Data-Driven InstructionS168 Neuropsychological Deficits Underlying Social SkillsS169 Classroom Survival Skills for the Dyslexic Learner
S170 The Wonderful World of WordsS171 Attention Deficit Disorders & Math Problem SolvingS172 DIBELS & Rtl Implementation
S173 IJAM: I’m Just a Mom; What Can I Do?S174 Solving the Enigma of Emotions in DyslexiaS175 Parent Home Help with Young Children at Risk for Dyslexia
S176 Deciphering the Language of a Math TextbookS177 After the Weekly Spelling Test: What’s Next? S178 Coaching Oral Reading
S179 Professionals Instruct Parents How To Develop Pre-Requisites for School Success S180 Don’t Underestimate the Role of Figurative Language in Children’s LiteratureS181 Legal & Business Considerations for a Provider of Educational Services
Complete Set of RecordingsF97 NCLB and Its Impact on Students with LDF114 Seeing What Others Do Not See
S164 Improving Reading Instruction Through Policy and LawT3 Top 10 Changes that Affect Students with LDW1 Preparing and Supporting Teachers of Reading: What’s Wrong, What’s Right, and What’s Needed Now
SA1 Public School Administrators Essentials of Response to Intervention: From Theory to PracticeComplete Set of Recordings407, Small Frame, Big Picture: Preservation and Access for Small-Gauge Film
Complete Set of All Recorded Presentations on Audio CDsComplete Set of All Recorded Presentations on CD-ROMT1, What Will the Growing Role of Managed Care in Medicaid and Medicare Mean for SNFs
T2, The Case for Seniors Housing InvestmentsT3, How Private Pay Seniors Housing Plays in the Post-Acute Continuum T4, Life After Medicare Cuts, Delivering Value and Maintaining Profitability
T5, Private Equity- Current Capital Deployment Strategies for Seniors HousingT6, Seniors Housing Market Trends and Outlook T7, Partnerships Across the Continuum of Care, Changing the Face of Skilled Nursing
T8, Not All Valuations Are Created Equal, Pricing Variables Today and TomorrowT9, Facts and Fiction About Todays Options for Financing Development and RedevelopmentF10, How CEOs are Creating Value for Residents and Investors
F11, Debt Financing, Whats Changed and What to Expect Going ForwardF12, Dealmakers Forum, After the Year of the REITF13, The Evolving Landscape and Need for Memory Care Services in Seniors Housing
PL1, Opening Plenary and Keynote, Florida Supreme Court Updates Related to Mediation by Janice M. Fleischer and The Power of Peacemaking by Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)PL2, Friday PM Plenary, Legal Issues of the LGBT Community, An Overview for Mediators by Elizabeth Schwartz (1.2 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)PL3, MEAC Ethics Plenary, Moderator Janice M. Fleischer and Mediator Ethics Advisory Committee (MEAC) member panel (2 CME Credits Ethics)
A1, Featured Workshop, Understanding Distortions in Decision Making in Mediation by Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)A2, ADR Educators Roundtable, Facilitated Discussion of Current Issues, Trends, and Best Practices in Negotiation and ADR Education/Training by Robert Shearer and Jeanne Maes (2.1 CME Credits Train the Trainer)A3, Conflict Resolution in Non Traditional Families/Relationships by Dennis McGlothin and Peter Lewis Spanos (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)
A4, Corporate Monitoring as a Dispute Resolution Option in Complex Commercial Cases by Melanie Ann Hines and William Shepherd (2.1 CME Credits)A5, Disability Awareness Accommodating A Person with Disabilities in Mediation, Important Things You Probably Forgot to Consider by Eric Dunlap and Ginger Malcom (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)A6, Domestic Violence for County Mediators by Carol Williams (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)
A8, Establishing and Operating an In House Dispute Resolution Program by Jane L. King (2.1 CME Credits)A9, Ethical Considerations, Conflicts of Interest, Impartiality and Self Determination by Gregory Hoffman, D. Robert Hoyle and William Christopher (2.1 CME Credits Ethics)A11, Ethics for Mediators by Mike Nichols (2.1 CME Credits Ethics)
A12, The Latest Research, Trends and Interventions in Family Violence by Judith McKay (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)A13, Mandatory Reporter Training by the Florida Abuse Hotline by Nana Gatlin and Zandra Odum (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)A14, MEAC Opinion Workshop and Update by Charles N. Castagna (2.1 CME Credits Ethics)
A15, Multi Party Mediation, A Map through the Land Mines by Alvin Capp and Panelists (2.1 CME Credits)A16, Wait Wait, Dont Tell Them Counterintuitive Mediation Techniques That Will Settle Your Case by Kira Willig (2.1 CME Credits)B1, Featured Workshop, Mediation in Germany by Gisela Wachinger (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)
B2, Affect Labeling, Creating Effective Empathic Connections to De Escalate Emotions by Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)B3, Best Practices to Increase Your Market Value, Avoid Grievances and Spot and Handle Diversity Dynamics that Affect Mediation Negotiations by Rodney Romano, Theodore Deckert and Richard Wennet (2.1 CME Credits)B4, Co Parents at War, Child Proofing the Trenches by Lori Frazier (2.1 CME Credits)
B5, Domestic Violence within the LGBT Community, An Exploration of Myths and Misconceptions by John Dorris (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence and Cultural Diversity)B6, Elements of Appellate Mediation by Beth Greenfield Mandler (2.1 CME Credits Appellate)B8, Frontiers in Mediation in a Globalized World by Lynn Cole (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)
B7, Exploring How Personality and Communication Affect Negotiation by Charles C. Ward (2.1 CME Credits)B9, How a Mediator Can Use the Attorneys for the Parties to Facilitate a Settlement by Marc Sinensky (2.1 CME Credits)B11, See What Youve Been Missing, The Visual Aspects of Mediation by Stephan Widmeyer (2.1 CME Credits)
B12, Special Considerations in Mediating Probate and Commercial Disputes by Edmund Sikorski, Jr. (2.1 CME Credits)B13, Special Education Mediation, Understanding the Frameworks by Dr. Mary Bruck (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)B14, Tips and Techniques, How to Break Impasse by Renee Thompson and Christine Harter (2.1 CME Credits)
B15, Two Heads Are Better Than One, A Team Approach to Mediation by Leonard Helfand and Leonia Maresch (2.1 CME Credits)C1, Featured Workshop, The LGBT Family, Issues Which All Mediators Should Know by Elizabeth Schwartz (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)C2, Apology, Forgiveness and Redemption as Tools for Resolving Disputes by George Knox and Kristina Colon (2.1 CME Credits)
C3, The Direct/Inferential Communication Model, Are You Hearing What I Am Saying Am I Saying What You Are Hearing by Michael Holler (2.1 CME Credits)C4, Discovering Your Creative Vision, A Creativity Workshop for Mediators and Arbitrators by Aric Attas (2.1 CME Credits)C5, DV Same Sex Relationships by Athea Antoine (2.1 CME Credits Domestic Violence)
C6, Everything I Know About Mediation, I Learned on the Internet by Michael Bloom and Jim Todd (2.1 CME Credits)C9, Going the Extra Mile with Frequent Filers, Suggestions from a Magistrate and Family Mediator by Michael Lang and Susan Maulucci (2.1 CME Credits)C10, Improving Party Engagement in the Mediation Process, An Insightful Approach by Gregory Firestone (2.1 CME Credits)
C11, Language as a Tool for Conflict Resolution, The Power of Metaphor and Discourse Analysis by Howard Marsee (2.1 CME Credits)C12, Mediation, The Dance and the Deal by Stephen Sawicki (2.1 CME Credits)C14, The Power to Persuade by Robin Lavitch (2.1 CME Credits)
C15, Understanding Me, Understanding You by Teeluck Persad and Evelyn Pabon Figueroa (2.1 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)CC16, Yoga for Mediators by Alexandra (Sandra) Hedrick (2.1 CME Credits)Complete Set of Recordings
L1 Extreme Humor MakeoverL2 So That's Why It Feels So Good to LaughL3 Teaching Culture Through Laughter
L4 This Just In: Humor Cures Everything! L5 Finding Fund$ In A Not-So-Funding WorldL6 The Kids Are Laughing At Me...And I Love It! Using Humor To Connect With Students
L7 Encouraging The EncouragerL8 Reflections In A Bedpan: What Your Patients Won't Tell YouComplete Set of Recordings
1 Quality Mind, Quality Life2 Effective Communications 3 From Associate Evaluations to Associate Development: Making the Connection
4 Gender Matters: Improving Cross Gender Communications & Create Successful Women’s Initiative Programs11 Management Makeover12 Maximizing Profit
13 RV and Boat Storage 14 Site Selection 15 On the Build: Speed Bumps Along the Way
16 Controlling Development in Uncertain Times17 Determining the Right Loan for You18 Self Storage Is Still a Good (the Best) Real Estate Investment
19 How to Audit for Theft 20 How to Tap Your Trapped Equity - Tax-Free22 Life (and Business) Is Good! Making the Most of Bad Situations
23 Legal Issues in Self-Storage: Auction Rules24 Self-Storage Operations 10125 Selling Self-Storage
26 Advanced Legal Issues28 Revenue Management: Practical Use and Results 29 Yellow Pages Advertising 101
30 Touring Through a Real Estate Transaction31 Your Presence on the Internet32 The Three Greatest Risks to Facility Value
33 Construction Financing: What You Need to Know34 Kiosks: Improving Your Bottom Line DS FSSA Developers' Seminar
7 The Self-Storage Lease and Legal Protection27 Feasibility: Questions to Address in Your Study21 The Benefits of Reflective Insulation
L10 Humor And Hypnosis: Is It A Laughing Matter?L12 Adding Razzmatazz To Your TrainingL13 Using Humor In A Weight Management Program
L14 Comfort Works: The Use of Humor and Complimentary Techniques In Therapeutic SettingsL15 The Power of ParodyL16 The Social Contagion of Laughter
L17 Too Many Hot Peppers? Use Humor To Cool The Fire And Improve CommunicationsL00 How to Integrate Humor into the ClassroomL18 Oh My Gosh! Your Amygdala Is Showing
L20 Humor for the HeartL21 Life Is What Happens To You While You're Making Other PlansL22 More Flies With Honey: Using Humor To Highlight Health
L23 I Am Woman! I Am Strong! I Am Invincible! I Am Pooped!L24 Beating Out The DolDRUMS! L25 Serving Up A Plate Of Fun
L26 Laughing with "U": A University Based ClassL27 Injections Of Joy: Self Medicated With HumorL28 Honey, Hush!
L29 Building CharacterL30 What Would I Do Today If I Were Brave?L31 The Secrets Of Storytelling
L32 Laughter, My Drug Of ChoiceL11 How To Be UGLY: Unique, Gifted, Lovable YouL9 Funny Numbers: Formulas For Fun In The Learning Experience - Yes, Even Math/Stats Class
Complete Set of all recorded sessionsMW Management Workshop1 Optimal Financing Structures to Maximize Return
2 Out With the Old, In With the New3 Self-Storage 1014 Records Storage—Simple and Profitable in a Self-Storage Environment
5 Carwash Success -- It's All in the Planning6 Understanding a Self-Storage Pro Forma8 Great Management and Marketing
9 Seven Steps to Self-Storage Success 10 Tenant Satisfaction & Rental-Rate Management6 Open Doors: A How-To on Job Development for Career Services
7 Reviewing OSCAR: A Look Back at the Inaugural Year of the Federal Clerkship Online Application System8 Safe Zone Training: How to Set-Up a Program at Your Office10 Career Development Beyond OCI - Joining Forces with Student Groups & Other Law School Departments
11 Counseling for International Human Rights Internships & Post Graduate Opportunities12 Finding Job Satisfaction Using Personality Type13 Get Your Summer Program the Attention it Deserves..From the Hiring Committee, the Office and the Firm
14 How to Start a Firmwide Attorney Development Program from Scratch: What’s Important & Achievable15 Illegal, Immoral or Just Plain Stupid: Interview Questions Examined16 Interviewing Summer Law Clerks & Associates - Getting More From Your 20 Minutes
19 The Top Ten Secrets of Successful Negotiating20 Working Effectively with Search Firms22 E-learning for Law Firms
23 Hiring an Executive Coach25 Managing Conflict in the Workplace26 Self Assessment for Law Students
27 State Court Clerkships: Discovering Another Judicial Clerkship28 The Care & Feeding of Problem Children: Handling Difficult Cases29 Training Lateral Interviewers
30 Using Principles of Professional Development to Motivate & Prepare Law Students for Successful Careers31 What Are They Thinking? Getting Into Student’ Heads During the Fall Recruiting Process32 What Do You Really Want? Working with Associates to Set & Achieve Their Goals
33 9/11, Katrina, & Beyond: Disaster Preparedness Lessons from Those Who Have Lived Through the Unexpected35 Budgeting: Developing a Successful Business Plan36 Creating Substantive Training with Practice Groups
37 Job Possibilities Beyond the Legal Career Professional39 Networking for Career Success: Tips & Ideas for Lawyers, Law Students & NALP Professionals40 Solomon Amendment 2006: Where Do We Stand?
41 Using Technology to Reach Small & Mid Size Firms42 Career Opportunities for Law School Students with Disabilities44 First Year Programming Information Session: What Work What Doesn’t & What You Can Do to Revitalize Efforts
45 How Your Students Can Afford Public Interest Careers! Models that Balance Educational Debt with PI Salaries 46 Integrating Laterals Into Law Firm Culture47 Recruiting & Retaining Diverse Attorneys
48 Training Students to Become Negotiators When Considering Small/Medium Firm Offers49 Understanding the ABA Accreditation Process50 Women Reaching the Top: Why & How to Implement a Successful Women’s Initiative
51 America’s Top Ranked Plenary on Legal Ratings & Rankings52 Building Your Influence Quotient (IQ): Working Through Other People to Achieve Goals53 Coming to America: The Market for International LLMs
54 Counseling for Fellowships55 Cross Cultural Training for Law Students Engaged in Public Interest & Pro Bono56 Developing Innovative Ways to Legal Employers & Law
57 Challenges & Opportunities in Transitioning from Minority Law Students to Partner58 Effective Recruiting: Leading Indicators of Success59 Making the Marriage Work: Looking After the Professionals in Law Firm Mergers
60 Managing the Lawyer Evaluation Process61 The Advantages of Part Time Policies62 Working with Transgender & Non Gender-Conforming Lawyers & Law Students
63 Federal Clerkships After FLCIS & OSCAR: The Reality for Most Schools64 Highlighting Lesser Known Government Honors Programs65 Implementing an Effective Mentoring Program
67 Marketing Your Firm to Today’s Young Professional68 Meet the Parents: Counseling Millenials & Their Parents69 Military Hiring: Exciting & Immediate Experience
70 Personal Transition & Career Renewal: Strategies for Navigating Change71 Supporting Students in the Small Firm Pitch72 There’s a New Sheriff in Town: How to Survive, & Even Thrive, During Transition
74 Advanced Diversity Training75 Effective Personal Strategic Planning76 Building Professional Networks
77 Identifying & Mastering Your Effectiveness as a Leader2 Creating the Future Care Plan for Family Members with Special Needs3 Family Business Indecision: Strategies to Assist Family Decision Making
4 Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation5 Special Area of Estate Planning6 The Style Grid: Defined Incorrectly, Used Incorrectly, & Hurting Performance
7 Financial Professionals & Collaborative Law8 Health Savings Accounts9 Inner Workings of a Mutual Fund
10 The Service Offering For The Next Generation11 Economic Update12 Media Training for Members
13 Non-Traditional Families14 Sustained Withdrawals During Retirement15 Inside the Investing Brain
16 Emerging Firms17 Experience, Evolution & Growth:18 International Investing: Is It Too Late?
19 Larger Firm Initiative21 Economic Outlook22 Donor Advised Funds
23 Expanding Your Practice to Serve the Ultra Wealthy Client: Understanding Their Tax Issues & Concerns24 Industry Update26 Portfolio Management Using Sector Exchange-Traded Funds
27 The NAPFA Benchmarking Survey28 Passive vs. Active25 MBTI & Money Matters - A Further Walk on the Soft Side
Complete Set of RecordingsComplete Set of RecordingsPC1 The Thinning Vision of Self-Determination in Divorce & Family Mediation = 7.2 CME Credits
PC2 Advanced Institute on Parenting Coordination = 7.2 CME CreditsPC3 Controversial Issues in Child Custody Evaluations = 7.2 CME CreditsPC4 “The Research Says...” Effective Use of Social Science Research in Family Law Cases = 7.2 CME Credits
PC5 Negotiation 2006: New Frontiers = 7.2 CME CreditsPC6 Domestic Violence: What’s a Neutral to Do? = 7.2 CME Credits in Domestic ViolencePL1 Plenary - In Whose Best Interests? Juggling the Rights, Needs & Interests of Children, Parents & Families = 1.8 CME Credits
1 Special Needs of Military Families for the Family Law Practitioner = 1.8 CME Credits 2 Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover: Successful Mediator Interventions = 1.8 CME Credits 3 Judges are from Mars, Everyone Else is from Venus = 1.8 CME Credits
4 How Courts View Intimate Relationships: Implications for Families & Practice = 1.8 CME Credits 5 Smokescreen or Fire? Allegations of Sexual Abuse in the Context of Parental Separation = 1.8 CME Credits 6 Preventing Abduction in Child Custody Disputes = 1.8 CME Credits
8 Split Custody: Family Circumstances for Implementation = 1.8 CME Credits 9 Ethical Challenges for Lawyers: When Zealous Advocacy & Best Interests Collide = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics10 Differentiating Types of Domestic Violence = 1.8 CME Credits in Domestic Violence
12 How Attachment Relationships Inform Custody Evaluators = 1.8 CME Credits 14 Dealing with Challeging Clients = 1.8 CME Credits 13 Avoiding Crises for Non-Residential Parents: Helping Them Juggle = 1.8 CME Credits
16 One is the Loneliest Number = 1.8 CME Credits 17 A National Survey of Psychologists Testing Practices in Custody Evaluations = 1.8 CME Credits 18 Impact of Domestic Violence in First Generation Hispanics in Mediation = 1.8 CME Credits in Domestic Violence
19 Assessing & Resolving Religious Conflicts in Child Custody Disputes = 1.8 CME Credits 20 If All Else Fails...Trial Preparation for Lawyers = 1.8 CME Credits 21 Custody Evaluation & Parenting Plans for Relocation: Risk Assessement for High Conflict or Partner Violence = 1.8 CME Credits
22 Helping Children Survive Family Conflict = 1.8 CME Credits 23 Strategic & Artful Thinking: A Collaboration or Oxymoron = 1.8 CME Credits PL2 Juggling for Judges: It’s Not Just Decision Making Anymore = 1.8 CME Credits
PL3 What’s Wrong with Children’s Rights? = 1.8 CME Credits 25 PC Plagues, Problems & Prophecies = 1.8 CME Credits 26 Views from the Eye of the Storm = 1.8 CME Credits
27 Children’s Treatment in Family Law Cases = 1.8 CME Credits 28 Expert Testimony & the Admissibility of Psychological Testing = 1.8 CME Credits 29 Connecting Unwed Nonresidential Parents with their Children = 1.8 CME Credits
30 Reforming Family Law Education = 1.8 CME Credits 31 Innovations in Court Services = 1.8 CME Credits 32 International Mediation in Transfrontier Children’s Conflicts = 1.8 CME Credits
33 Implementing Family Law Education Reform = 1.8 CME Credits 34 Who’s Ready for Mediation? Assessment & Intervention for Client Readiness = 1.8 CME Credits 35 Criteria for Psychopathy or Dangerousness = 1.8 CME Credits
36 The Challenges When Child Legal Representatives & Mental Health Professionals Practice Together = 1.8 CME Credits 37 Preventing the Impact of Family Violence in the Lives of Children = 1.8 CME Credits 38 Challenges for Institutionalizing Parenting Coordination: An Open Dialogue = 1.8 CME Credits
39 Ethical Challenges in Family & Dependency Mediation = 1.8 CME Credits in Ethics42 Burnout, Compassion Fatigue & Vicarious Traumatization in Working with Families in Conflict= 1.8 CME Credits41 How to Break Impasse in Custody Disputes = 1.8 CME Credits
40 The Passive-Aggressive Parent & Divorce = 1.8 CME Credits43 Collaborative Divorce: Working Beyond the Shadow of the Law = 1.8 CME Credits44 Innovations in Family Court Dispute Resolution = 1.8 CME Credits
45 Calm Clients, Positive Outcomes: Divorce Professionals as Affect Management Team = 1.8 CME Credits46 Lawyers with Clients in Mediation: Problem Solvers or the Problem? = 1.8 CME Credits47 Listening to Voices of Children of Separation & Divorce = 1.8 CME Credits
48 Who’s Afraid of Financial Planning? = 1.8 CME Credits49 Developing Skills for Parallel Parenting = 1.8 CME Credits50 Out of the Mouths of Babes: Children’s Voices Informing Change = 1.8 CME Credits
52 High Conflict Divorce & Child Adjustment: Conceptualization & Intervention from a Vicarious Trama Perspective = 1.8 CME Credits53 Family Restructuring Therapy for High Conflict Families & Estranged Children = 1.8 CME Credits54 Mediating with the Angry Client = 1.8 CME Credits
55 Topography of Style & the Myth of Objectivity: Influences on the Custody Evaluation Process = 1.8 CME CreditsComplete Set of RecordingsGS1 Saturday AM: Edwene Gaines
GS3 Tuesday AM: General SessionGS4 Tuesday PM: General SessionGS5 Wednesday PM: General Session
GS6 Thursday AM: General Session Closing Service/Passing of the Gavel1 Songs Held in Mind2 Laughter Doesn't Hurt
3 Creativity of the Spirit4 Overview of The New Master's of Divinity & M.A. Programs5 Prayer & Perspective with Myrtle Fillmore
7 What Are They Saying About Prayer & Spirituality?8 Nonviolent Communication9 Transforming Your Classes to Interactive Learning
10 The Four Spiritual Law of Prosperity11 Pioneering a New Paradigm12 Let me Fly
Complete Set of RecordingsMW Management WorkshopDS2 How to Invest in Self-Storage: Acquisition Strategies
DS Developers’ SeminarKP Keynote Presentation State of the Industry1 Feasibility - Is There Any Room Left to Build?
2 Due Diligence3 Running Records Storage With “Just in Time Labor”4 The Do’s and Don’ts of Storage Development
5 The Reno Market6 Self-Storage Conversions7 Plotting Through the Zoning Process
8 Preparing a Facility for Sale10 Maximizing Your Sales Program11 Cross Selling: How to “Super Size” Your Storage Sales
12 Cost Segregation: Maximizing Depreciation, Increasing Cash Flow13 How to Play the Yellow Pages Game ... and Win! 14 To Rent or Not to Rent: That is the Customer’s Question!
15 The Future of Self-Storage Software and Security16 Mystery-Shopping and Employee Evaluations17 Alternative Self-Storage Niches: RV and Boat Storage
18 Key Insurance Coverages for Self-Storage19 Death, Divorce, Disappearance and DragNet20 Choosing the Right Lender & Loan for Your Project
21 Making the Most of Mainstream Media22 Bridge and Permanent Financing for Properties in Lease-up23 The Sale vs. Refinance
24 Advanced Legal Issues9 Hiring and Training Self-Storage ManagersComplete Set of all recorded sessions
PS1 Plenary Session I: Public Awareness and AdvocacyPS2 Plenary Session II: TechnologyPS3 Plenary Session III: Disaster Preparedness and Recovery
PS4 Closing Plenary Session101. Institutional Approaches to Digital Recordkeeping in Government: Frameworks and Collaboration102. Replevin: Fact, Fiction and Pitfalls
103. “X” Marks the Spot: Archiving GIS Databases104. Passport to History: African American Historic Sites in Washington, DC105. Yizkor Books, Weblogs and Ethnic Cleansing: Grassroots Documentation and New Technologies
106. Archives Seminar: Creating Capability for Digital Preservation Partnerships107. The Archival Pharmakon108. The Impact of Archival Institutes on the American Archival Profession
109. “More Product” in the Image Archives: Applying Minimal Processing Guidelines to Visual Materials Collections110. Archivists and Enterprise Architecture202. How Did You Find That? Angling for Access
204. Sixteen Tons: The Diversity of Heavy Industry Archives205. Making Technology Work: DSpace and Its Implementations208. Big Bird's Digital Future: Appraisal and Selection of Public Television Programming
209. The Role of the National Archives of the United States in Nominations to the Supreme Court: The John Roberts and Samuel Alito ...210. Archivists Are Teachers: New Ideas and Techniques for Fostering Learning in the Archives301. The Current State of Electronic Records Preservation
302. The “New” ICA: An Update and Progress Report303. Planning for Sustainability for Digital Programs304. Designing Successful Internships
305. Extended Archival Description: Context and Specificity for Digital Objects306. Secrecy vs Access: Government Information in the George W Bush Era309. Conquering the Case File Mountain: A Canadian Perspective for Archivists and Records Managers
310. The Digital Story Revolution: How Teachers Are Using Our Archives401. On the Road for Archival Outreach: The Circuit Rider Archivist Program in Georgia402. Developing Standards for Digitally Created Microfilm
403. Developing An Open-Source and Standards-Compliant Descriptive Tool for Lone Arrangers404. Considering the Source: Archivists and Educators Partner to Design an Innovative Undergraduate Course in Archival... 405. Uncovering the Hidden: Finding GLBTQ Resources in Archives and Libraries
407. Brown University Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice409. Putting Primary Sources to Music: The Thomas Hampson Teacher Institute410. Use It Or Lose It: Preserving Your Digital Documents
501. Sex, Lies, and Audiotape: Documenting Fallen Politicians502. Measuring Performance in Archival Repositories503. New Challenges in Collaboration: Library and Archival Perspectives on Digital Content Management and Preservation
504. The Raisins of Wrath: Ethics and the Business Archivist505. Vital Records: The Importance of National Archives and Records Administrations in Governance and Civil Society506. Caught with Our Classifieds Showing: Learning from the CIA-Led Review of the Henry M Jackson Papers at UW
507. Ethnographic Collections: Description and Access508. Future Shock: Saving the Signals of Audiovisual Records510. Archives Seminar: Possibilities and Problems of Digital History and Digital Collections
601. Watching the Watchers: Surveillance Files in Public Archives602. A Web Crawl… Is Not a Web Crawl… Is Not a Web Crawl: Building an Archive of Government Websites603. Cultural Content Online: Criteria for Choosing Digitization Projects
604. Finding Aids: The Next Generation605. Graduate Student Paper Session606. Public vs Private Sectors: Adapting to the Private Sector
607. CoSA Incubator Session: Local Government Records608. Archives Seminar: Managing Archives in a Time of Change609. Not Just A City: Recapturing the History and Culture of New Orleans
610. Must the Show Go On? Managing Digital Records of Visual and Performing Art Organizations701. What I Did Last Summer: The 2005 Hurricanes’ Impact on Archives, Libraries, Museums702. Beyond the Memorandum of Agreement: Working Out the Nuts and Bolts of Collaboration
704. Marriage of Convenience or Shotgun Wedding?: Applying DACS to Finding Aids705. Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004: The Impact of Federal Regulations and Standards for the Issuance...706. Family Ties: Connecting Individuals to Archives
707. New Archival Collaborations Between Traditional Government Archives and Academic Data Archives708. What Makes a Good Leader? For Libraries? For Archives? For Museums?710. We Did It and So Can You: Tackling Electronic Records Issues
801. How We’d Like to Spend Next Summer: The Type of Actions We Should Take to Deal with Regional Disasters in the Future802. Managing Change in the Archives803. The Next Generation of Archivists: What Should They Know? International Perspectives on Archival Education
804. Ties That Bind or a Different Worldview? The Intersection of Archives, Museums, and Libraries805. Dusting Off the Crystal Ball: Future Directions for Special Collections in Research Libraries806. No Government Is an Island: Interactions Between NGOs and the Government
807. Archives Seminar: Archives for Justice Seminar808. Providing Access, Maintaining Privacy: The Challenge of Administering Health Care Records Under HIPAA809. Emerging Digital Preservation Standards: Certification of Trusted Digital Repositories and PREMIS
810. Getting the Stuff: Challenges and Victories of Archival Fieldwork408. Public Records in the Electronic AgeAll Recorded Breakout Sessions
1 Ready Set, Go Program (Not a Breakout Session)2 Advanced Waterpark Group Sales Workshop (Not a Breakout Session)3 The Future is Here - Bonus Mini-Workshop (Not a Breakout Session)
4 Attracting the Lucarative School Group Market5 Creating & Operating a Successful Public Sector Waterpark6 How to Make $$$ with Coin-Op Games in Indoor & Outdoor Waterparks
7 So You Think You Have Something To Say8 Regenerating Water Quality with a Payback9 The Risk List Part II: Developing a Preventive Legal Liability Plan
10 A Typical Day at an Indoor Waterpark Resort11 Past, Present & Future of the ADA & Waterparks12 The Secrets to Keeping Our Customers Happy!
13 51 Ways to Improve Service, Increase Sales & Reduce Costs at Your Waterpark Concession14 Stay COOL: Create Ongoing Opportunities to Love Your Jobs, Your Customers & Your Teammates15 Managing a Profitable Indoor Waterpark Concession
16 Operationally What Comes First? Waterpark or Hotel17 Hot Topics in Aquatic Risk Management18 How to Get the Most Out of Your Advertising Dollars
19 Internal Branding: Creating a Culture of Service Within a Waterpark20 Protecting the Safety of Your Most Important Asset - Your Patrons21 Thinking Inside, Outside & Around the Box
22 Successful Staffing: Tips on Finding & Hiring Great International Employees23 The NEW Neighborhood Pool - Public Pools Making Big Profits24 Introduction to Waterpark Group Sales
25 Technical Advances in the Treatment of Water & Air for Indoor Waterpark Safety & Guest Satisfaction26 Aquatic Crisis Management: Managing the “Press”ure27 Attractions Management: Slides, Waves, Rivers & Play Structure
28 Marketing to the iPod Generation29 From No-go to Mojo: Making Teams Work30 Staying Afloat During the Storm: Crisis Communications for Waterparks
31 Strategically Managing Your Self-Insured Retention32 Developing & Expanding Your Public Facility33 Marketing a Waterpark...Everyday...All Year
34 Keeping the Buzz (Marketing) Going in the Off-Season35 Designing a Performance Based In-Service Training Program 36 Pumps & Motors
37 When Lifeguards Become Supervisors38 Empty Nests, Full Pockets - How the Empty Nesters Can Improve Your Bottom Line 39 Coin/Debt Operated Games - Everything You Need to Know to Design Your Game Space
40 Developing Indoor Waterparks for Long Term Success: Lessons Learned from 35 yrs of Waterpark Management41 Sand Filter Maintenance43 Park First Aid: Is Airway Still King?
42 What’s In a Name? Protecting Your Trademarks Before You’re All Wet44 Navigating the RFP Process for Aquatic Projects45 101 Ways to Save Money, Make Money & Improve Your Bottom Line
46 Water Quality Review47 Indoor Waterpark Operator’s Roundtable48 Everything You Need to Know About the New Changes to the Red Cross Lifeguard Training Program
49 Survivor Tools for Coaching Your Team to SuccessComplete Set of all recorded sessionsSA1 Keynote Address: It's a New Demographic Ballgame: Are Science Centers Ready?
SA3 Thinking It Over: Research Perspectives On Informal LearningSA4 A Wrenching Renaissance: Return of the Exhibit Developer as Central FigureSA5 Build Your Capacity to Secure Major Gifts: Steps to Success
SA6 Ten Years Later: Humanities Seminars in Science MuseumsSA8 Community Youth Ambassadors: An Untapped Resource SA11 Innovative Ideas in Astronomy and Aerospace Education
SA13 Developing Themed Exhibitions: The Challenges and Rewards of Using Licensed Properties in ExhibitsSA14 High-Definition Cinema Showcase and Panel: Catch the Wave SA15 Citizen Science: Global Impact Through Partnerships
SA16 New Voices Inspire the FieldSA18 Trends in the Design of the Best Exhibit Space: A Benchmarking Study of Science Centers (Year 2)SA19 Museums On TV: How Fifteen Science Centers Starred on PBS and What We All Learned
SA20 Starting From Scratch: The Exploratorium, the Lawrence Hall of Science, and the Ontario Science CentreSA21 The Next Wave: Emerging Internet Technologies at MuseumsSA23 Opportunities for Engaging Active Older Adults with Science Centers
SA24 Communicating Expectations and Performance Levels to Education Staff and VolunteersSA25 Community Partnerships: Opportunities and Challenges SA26 Evolution Exhibitions Today
SA27 Science TV and Museum Partnerships 2006SA28 Start Small and Raise Big BucksSA30 Green Exhibits Showcase
SA31 Exploring Custom-Designed Approaches to Evaluation SA33 After-School Partnerships: Math + Equity = SuccessSA34 ‘Sustainable New Models’ Open Discussion: A Deeper Look at How We Might Evolve
SU2 Distinguished Lecture: Selections from "The Creation" SU3 Keynote Address: "Preaching to the Choir: What You Think You Already Know, but Maybe You Don't..."SU5 Dysfunction Junction: How Well Is Your Staff Working Together?
SU6 Partnering with NOAA: A Wealth of Earth Information SU7 Are You Really Going Green? Step Into the Future with Green BuildingsSU8 Passing the Torch
SU9 Understanding the Audience Potential of FullDome Digital Video SU11 Science Education and Issues of Diversity: Current Research and PracticeSU12 The NASA Explorer Institutes and Other Opportunities
SU14 Beyond the Warm and Fuzzy Stuff: How a Youth Employment Program Can Draw In FundingSU21 Volunteer Voices: What Can Active Teens and Adults Tell Us About Learning and Teaching Science in Informal Settings?SU22 Talk to Me! A Fund-Raiser’s Guide to What Donors Want to Hear
SU23 New Look at an Old Neighbor: Return to the MoonSU24 The Inquiry Fashion Show 2: Another Showcase of StylesSU27 Models and Metaphors: Finding Tools to Think Through Problems
SU29 If We Don’t Call It Science, Will They Come? How Preconceptions About Science Affect the Science Exhibit ExperienceSU31 Alliance-Based Growth Stategies: Appropriate Choices on the Collaboration-Merge ContinuumSU32 Human Impact on Climate: What We Did and What We Can Change, Part 1
SU34 Compelling Relevancy: Making Science Centers Really MatterSU35 Do It Again! Repeatable Special Events That Drive AttendanceSU38 Moving Your Museum Toward Tomorrow with Funding from IMLS
SU39 Many Voices: Strategies for Multivocal Exhibitions SU41 Marketing and Implementing Programs To Facilitate Institutional GrowthSU44 Innovative Collaboration for Sustainable Growth
SU46 Human Impact on Climate: What We Did and What We Can Change, Part 2SU47 Current and Emerging Research in Informal Learning M4 SunWise: A Program that Radiates Good Ideas
M6 Teacher Programs in an Age of Education Accountability M7 The Revolution Will Not Be PodcastM8 Partnering with Corporate Volunteer Programs
M9 Assessing Technological Literacy in Formal and Free-Choice Learning EnvironmentsM12 You Need It, We’ve Got It: Providing Science Laboratories to Schools and Communities That Lack ThemM13 Pitcher Plants, Deep Sea Vents, and Dinosaurs: Making Science Practice Central to the Experience
M14 How Has the Evolution/Intelligent Design “Controversy” Affected My Institution?M15 Impacts of Informal Science Experiences on Girls: First-Year Results and ToolsM16 Sustaining Growth in a Small Science Center
M17 Give Me S'more Science Summer CampM18 VP DialogueM20 The Extended Visit: Three Perspectives on Handheld Tours and Bookmarking
M21 Starting From Zero: Fund-Raising for Absolute Beginners M22 Building Bridges: A Discussion of Practitioner/Research Relationships in Informal Science InstitutionsM23 Incorporating Current Science in Exhibits and Programs
M24 Invigorating the Front LineM25 Tuning In: Music in the Soundscape M30 SEPA and Science Centers: A Great Partnership
T2 Niche Marketing on a ShoestringT4 Growth Is Great: Renewal Is NecessaryT5 Winning Support from NSF by Advancing Informal Science Education
T8 Science Research and Learning Experiences in Native American Communities T11 Promoting Lifelong Learners by Integrating Early Childhood Education in the MuseumT12 Full-Body, Social Learning Through Computer-Based Interactives
T13 The BIG LAB: The Big-Boned Offspring of an Education and Design PartnershipT14 What You Know Does Matter: Science Centers and Environmental Science LiteracyT15 Louisville Science Center Exposed: Learning to Ask the Right Questions
T17 Advocacy 101: Making Your Voice Heard on Capitol Hill and BeyondT19 Making the Best of Both: Professional Development On-Site and OnlineT20 Applying RFID and Web Analysis Tools to Exhibit Evaluation
T21 Innovative Practices in Exhibition EvaluationT22 Listening to Visitors: Resolving the Broken Exhibit DilemmaT23 Engineering with Elementary Students in Schools and Museums
T2 Exploring Schwab Learning’s Online ResourcesT4 Roadblocks to Reading Acquisition: Is Teacher Knowledge One of Them?T6 RFB&D Research Update
T7 COMBINED SESSION: Resilience, Social Competence & Self -EsteemT8 Making Math Real: Conceptual/Procedural Development in a Multisensory Structured ProgramT11 If a Martian Anthropologist Would Look at Our Theories of Dyslexia...
T12 Effectiveness of Two Intensive Phonological Interventions on the Oral Language Functions of Severe Dyslexics: Research and ...T13 Slingerland Multisensory Language Approach for Upper Elementary through High School StudentsT14 Complex, Complicated and Challenging: The Adolescent Struggling Reader
T15 Exceptional and Gifted Dyslexics: Demographics, Profiles, Causes, and Education T16 The Need For Speed: Fluency Instruction CAN Make a DifferenceT18 From Words To Works: Developing Writing Skills
T23 English: Not One Language But FourT24 Making the Leap from High School into Post-Secondary Education: A Discussion of TransitioningT25 Early Intervention: Identification and Instruction of At-Risk Students
T26 Closing the Research to Practice Gap: What Science Offers Teachers of ReadingT27 Patterns, Principles and Procedures: Roots to Proficiency in SpellingT29 The Contribution of Phonological and Morphological Processing Skills to Reading Development amongst Dyslexic and Non-Dyslexic Speakers of Arabic
T32 Principles of Intervention: How to Help Students with NLD Reach Their Potential Through Language T33 Integrating Authentic Children’s Literature into Explicit Multisensory Structured Grammar Instruction T34 Quick and Easy Phonics Assessments
T35 Dyslexia and Nonverbal LD: Contrasts and Commonalities T36 Decreasing the Vocabulary Gap: Explicit Vocabulary Instruction During Shared Storybook ReadingsT38 Moving Beyond the Basics: Higher Mathematics for Students with Math Disabilities
T40 Remediation into the High School Years: Is It Effective?T41 Memory Skills: The Dyslexic ParadoxT42 Take Flight: Comprehension Strategies to Free the Struggling Reader
T43 Developing Reading Comprehension in Children with Dyslexia: Scaffolds, Strategies and ‘Spin-offs’T44 Maintaining the Gold Standard: Keeping the Essential Elements in Every Orton-Gillingham LessonT45 Oral & Written Language Disorders: Early Intervention Research
T46 Recognition & Response: An Approach to Ensuring Learning Success for All Children in the Early YearsT47 Reading Comprehension Processes in Adolescents with Reading Disabilities and ADHD T48 Creatively Speaking: Increasing Word Retrieval Skills through Fun Games and Activities
T49 Internalized Speech and Reading T50 Kindergarten Screening and Promising Interventions for Children at Risk of Reading FailureT51 Learning Disabilities Research at the NICHD:An Update and Future Directions
F54 Tax Benefits for Families with Learning DisabilitiesF56 Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and DyslexiaF57 Neuroimaging Studies of Skilled Reading and Reading Disability
F58 Go Digital: An Approaching Milestone for RFB&D’s Learning Through Listening for Dyslexic StudentsF59 COMBINED SESSION: Intervention StudiesW2 From ABC to ADHD: What Parents Need to Know About Dyslexia and Attention Problems
F60 Using the Three Tier Model to Ensure Early, Effective Dyslexia Identification and Intervention in SchoolsF61 The Alliance for Accreditation and Certification of Structured Language Education, Inc. :Consistency of Standards Within a Variety of Programs F62 Vocabulary Instruction: Making the Most of Defining Moments
F63 Literacy Assessment and Treatment for English Language LearnersF64 Catch Them Before They Fail: Response to Intervention Using Research-Based InstructionF65 LANGUAGE! Increasing Literacy Scores in America’s Urban Classrooms!
F66 COMBINED SESSION: Music, Rhythm & LanguageF68 In the Eyes of the Law and Policy: IDA Visibility and CredibilityF69 Utilizing Literature to Educate Students about Their Learning Differences
F70 Alliance Exam Preparation: A Review Course for MSLE Teachers and TherapistsF71 Make Phonics Dynamic Using Picture Cues for Reading, Spelling and PronunciationF72 The SLANT System: A Multisensory Structured Language Training Program for Use with Response to Intervention Models
F73 Teaching Social Skills: Everybody Needs a Friend F74 A Study of Comprehensive District Reform in Reading in an Urban Public School DistrictF75 Implementing Multisensory Language Instruction in Middle & High School Programs
F76 Word Shapes: Visualizing Syntax through Sentence Building ActivitiesF77 Don’t Forget to Develop Orthographic Automaticity! Prediction of DyslexiaF78 Write to Read: Using the Writing Process to Increase Text Comprehension and Expository Writing
F79 Morphological Awareness Training: Vocabulary Expansion and the Fascinating History of WordsF80 The Art of BlendingF81 Building Bridges: Frameworks for Connecting Receptive Language, Expressive Language Proficiency and Social Language Skills
F82 Creating Research-Based Resources for Adult Literacy InstructionF84 Weaving Success: Metacognition in A Structured Language LessonF85 Does the O-G Approach Apply to Content Area Instruction?
F86 Technological Preparedness for Students with Learning DisabilitiesF87 Wake Up, Kids! Multisensory Activities in the ClassroomF88 The ABC’s of Dyslexia Evaluations Made Simple
F89 Lesson Planning to Address Challenging Reading RecommendationsF90 Building Ownership of Language Structure in Persons with Dyslexia F91 The Why’s & What-to-Do’s of Reading Comprehension Difficulties
F92 The Interaction of Language and Math F93 Longitudinal Predictors of Foreign Language Word Docoding & Spelling F94 Making Math Accessible: A Multisenory Approach to Teaching Math to the LD Child
F95 A Systems Approach to the Evaluation & Educational Care & Management of Students with Language based LDF98 Narrative Development in Children with Early Oral Language Impairment F99 Dual Coding with Imagery & Verbal Processing
F100 What’s the Main Idea?F101 Biology Success! Teaching Sciences to LD StudentsF102 Using a Comprehensive Reading Model to Guide Assessment & INtervention
F103 Study Skills & Technology for Struggling LearnersF104 Hows & Whys of CursiveF105 Low SES Multilingual K-6 Children’s English Developments
F106 Improving Reading in Elementary Public Schools:F109 Teaching Kindergarten & Grade 1 Children to ReadF110 Launching At-Risk Preschoolers into Reading
F112 Reading Intervention StrategiesF113 Phonics in a Three Tier Model of Reading Instruction F116 Automaticity, Fluency, Spelling & Vocabulary
F118 Brave New World is Here!?? F119 Unlocking the Living Landscape of Language S122 Dyslexia Ages & Stages: Insights for Parents
S123 Dyslexia 101: What Parents Need to KnowS124 Dyslexics Spell SuccessS125 Combined Session: Intervention Studies
S126 Research with LETRSS128 Fresh AIR for Reading FluencyS129 From Single-Paragraph to Multiparagraph Writing
S130 Verbal Auditory Processing DisorderS131 Teaching the TeachersS132 Early Identification & Classification of Reading Disabilities
S134 The Spalding Medthod: Ladder to LiteracyS135 Rising to New Heights: Classroom Intervention for the Struggling ReaderS136 The Efficacy of Computer Based Phonic Instruction
S137 A Roadmap for Parents & Advocates for Dyslexic StudentsS138 Eliminating LD Barriers for Life Success S140 Vocabulary Instruction for LD Students
S142 Teaching the TeachersS143 Teach Math to Pre-K or Remediated Elementary School Students Using Visual/Tactile MethodsS144 Dyslexia’s Diagnostic Pattern of Strengths & Weaknesses
S145 Tweedle-dee & Tweedle-dum: Syllables & MorphemesS146 Combined Session: Retrieval, Accuracy & AutomaticityS147 Combined Session: Intervention Studies
S150 Rediscovering the ME - instead of the WE - in HoMEwork!S151 Five Life Lessons from a Successful DyslexicS153 I Completed the Advanced O-G Course
S154 Sensational SyllablesS155 Utilizing the Principles of O-G in Teaching Skills Needed for LifeS156 Growing Up Dyslexic & Surviving a Family of Five Dyslexics
S157 Images of Children with Communication Disorders in Modern Children Fiction S158 ADHD & Dyslexia: Choosing Effective InterventionsS159 Dyslexia Assessment: Looking at All the Angles
S161 “504” Ways to Accommodate Learning Different Students in the Regular ClassroomS162 Developing Decision Making & Self-Advocacy Skills in Dyslexic StudentsS163 Oral Language Underpinnings for Academic Achievement
S165 Fractions: Breaking Up is a Hard Thing To DoS166 Learning to Help & Helping to Learn at HomeS167 Harnessing the Power of Data-Driven Instruction
S168 Neuropsychological Deficits Underlying Social SkillsS169 Classroom Survival Skills for the Dyslexic LearnerS170 The Wonderful World of Words
S171 Attention Deficit Disorders & Math Problem SolvingS172 DIBELS & Rtl ImplementationS173 IJAM: I’m Just a Mom; What Can I Do?
S174 Solving the Enigma of Emotions in DyslexiaS175 Parent Home Help with Young Children at Risk for Dyslexia S176 Deciphering the Language of a Math Textbook
S177 After the Weekly Spelling Test: What’s Next? S178 Coaching Oral ReadingS179 Professionals Instruct Parents How To Develop Pre-Requisites for School Success
S180 Don’t Underestimate the Role of Figurative Language in Children’s LiteratureS181 Legal & Business Considerations for a Provider of Educational ServicesComplete Set of Recordings
F97 NCLB and Its Impact on Students with LDF114 Seeing What Others Do Not SeeS164 Improving Reading Instruction Through Policy and Law
T3 Top 10 Changes that Affect Students with LDW1 Preparing and Supporting Teachers of Reading: What’s Wrong, What’s Right, and What’s Needed Now SA1 Public School Administrators Essentials of Response to Intervention: From Theory to Practice
Complete Set of RecordingsW17. On-Ramping: How Law Schools & Employers Can Effectively Counsel, Recruit, & Integrate LawyersW19. Social Media Strategy: How to Teach an Experienced Dog New Tricks
W20. The State of Mentoring in the Legal Profession: Where Weve Been & Where Were GoingW21. Watch Your @#$% Mount! Race, LGBT, & Other Four-Letter Words & the Difficult Conversations Around ThemT36. Looking at Diversity Through the Lens of the Assignment Process
F51. Legal Employer Alumni Relations Interest GroupF59. The Ins & Outs of Public Interest AdvisingF60. Bridge to Practice Fellowships: Everything You Need
F64. Public Interest Hot Topics: Updates & DiscussionsF65. The New Law of the Land: Doing More With LessF66. What Lurks Beneath the Surface: Identifying,Acknowledging, & Combating Implicit Bias
S76. Enhancing Your Leadership Effectiveness Through Heightened Intercultural Fluency Complete Set of All Recorded Presentations on CD-ROMComplete Set of All Recorded Presentations on Audio CDs
T1, What Will the Growing Role of Managed Care in Medicaid and Medicare Mean for SNFs by Dan Mendelson, James Gomez, Mary Kennedy, Dr. Timothy SchwabT2, The Case for Seniors Housing Investments by Jeff Theiler; Brian Beckwith, Tim Fox, Thomas Grape, Chuck Harry, Ray LewisT3, How Private Pay Seniors Housing Plays in the Post Acute Continuum by Larry Cohen, Will Clark, Dr. Rodney Hornbake, Annette Walker
T4, Life After Medicare Cuts, Delivering Value and Maintaining Profitability by Neil Pruitt, Dale Patterson, George Repchick, Mike Rich T5, Private Equity, Current Capital Deployment Strategies for Seniors Housing by John Moore, Billy Butcher, John Dark, David RothT6, Seniors Housing Market Trends and Outlook by Chuck Harry, Mike Hargrave, Chris McGraw
T7, Partnerships Across the Continuum of Care, Changing the Face of Skilled Nursing by George V. Hager; Richard Bennett, MD, David R. Gifford, MD, MHP, Joanne Reifsnyder, PhD, ACHPNT8, Not All Valuations Are Created Equal, Pricing Variables Today and Tomorrow by Chuck Harry, John Cobb, Mike Hargrave, Ryan Saul, Jim SeymourT9, Facts and Fiction About Todays Options for Financing Development and Redevelopment by Noah Levy, Alex Markowits, Jason Schreiber, Doug Spear, Richard Thomas
F10, Special General Session, How CEOs are Creating Value for Residents and Investors by Raymond Braun, George V. Hager, Mark Ordan, William Pettit, Bill SheriffF11, Debt Financing, Whats Changed and What to Expect Going Forward by Beth Mace, Kelly Haines, Christopher Honn, Steven Schmidt, Bill ShineF12, Dealmakers Forum, After the Year of the REIT by Steven Blazejewski, Charles J. Herman, Jr., Justin Hutchens, Sharon Yester
F13, The Evolving Landscape and Need for Memory Care Services in Seniors Housing by Loren Shook, Anne Ellett, Paul Donaldson, Stephanie Handelson, Mark Maberry W1 Reconciling the Common Core Standards with Reading ResearchW2 Assessment of Dyslexia
T1 A Literacy Framework, Constructing A Guide for Comprehension InstructionT2 A State-wide Initiative, Intensive Reading Teacher Training for Broad Based Impact in the AL Public SchoolsT3 An Oral Language Success Story, RTI for 2 Tier Instruction of Narrative Discourse Skills etc.
T4 Playing Outside the Box, Outdoor Free Play and the Dyslexic StudentT5 A New Look at Learning DisabilitiesT6 Spelling Error Analysis, Using Spelling Instruction Data to Plan Word Study Instruction
T7 Dyslexia Affects Math TooT9 Helping Students Take Control of Everyday Executive FunctionsT11 Federal Policy Update
T12 Number Sense and Number Nonsense, The Cognition and Brain Science of Math LearningT14 The Comprehension Connection, Fluency and VocabularyT15 Supporting Diverse Learners in the 21st Century Classroom
T17 Truly Special Education for Students with Dyslexia, Raising the Bar for IEP Goals, Services and OutcomesT19 Town Hall Meeting for DSM-5F13, The Evolving Landscape and Need for Memory Care Services in Seniors Housing by Loren Shook, Anne Ellett, Paul Donaldson, Stephanie Handelson, Mark Maberry
T21 Using RTI Data to Screen fro Dyslexia and Twice-Exceptional StatusT22 iPad Apps to Support Skills in Reading, Vocabulary and WritingT23 Multi-tiering Instruction for Early Care and Education, A Collaborative Professional Learning Model
T25 Revising and Rethinking Comprehension Intervention for Low Progress ReadersT26 Multisensory Structured Language (MSL) 101 for School AdministratorsT27 Orton and Gillingham, Legend, Lore, and Legacy
T29 Working Memory, Assessment and InterventionT30 The History and Structure of Written EnglishT31 Multisensory Math Magic
T32 Genetics of Dyslexia- Introduction, Results, and a New Research ProjectT33 Documentation of Psychiatric Disorders on High Stakes Tests In order to Support AccommodationsT33 Documentation of Psychiatric Disorders on High Stakes Tests In order to Support Accommodations
T34 Strategies for Reversing Students Reluctance to Write, Including Handwriting, Spelling and OrganizationT35 Content-Related Shared Book Reading and Preschool Dual Language Learners Acquisition of English Vocabulary and Conceptual KnowledgeT36 A Phonics-Based Approach to Teaching High Frequency Words
T41 Harmless Musings of a Lunch-Pail HeadmasterT42 A Transformative Design, Investigating How Word Identification Increases Reading Fluency of Urban African American Adolescents with DyslexiaT43 Teaching Multiplication and Division Facts to the Whole to Part, Visual Learner
T44 International Networking SessionF1 Executive Functions, What Are They, Why Are They Important, and How Can I HelpF2 Essential Components of Scientifically-Based Effective Teacher Preparation Programs
F3 Reading FAST or Reading WELL, Putting Fluency in PerspectiveF5 Writing Keys to LearningF6 Kinesthetic Vocabulary and Concept-Building Language
F8 Reading Interactively, Building Language and Thinking Skills in At Risk Children Preschool and Primary GradesF9 Using the Assessment of Reading Instructional Knowledge-Adults in Professional DevelopmentF10 A Successful RTI Model for the Prevention of Reading Problems in L1 and L2 Students
F11 FLUENCY, Related to Prosody - More Than SpeedF12 Paragraphology The Study of Writing Through Color-CodingF13 Learning to Read Before Reading to Learn, How Foundational Reading Skills Impact Comprehension
F14 Multi-ple Intelligences, Multi-Sensory, Multi-plicationF15 Whats So Difficult About Improving Teacher Preparation in ReadingF17 Teaching Morphological Awareness
F18 Project Early ID Plus, Lift-Off for Early LiteracyF21 Does Good Science Lead to Good Practice, Building Implementation Capacity to Support Sustainability and Scalability of Literacy ProgramsF22 Finding Flow in Teaching and Learning
F24 Verbal Expression and Comprehension, Moving from the Concrete, to the Representational to the AbstractF25 Current Research on Adults with Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia, Implications for the Beyond School YearsF26 I Can Write, But I Am NOT a Writer, Applying Instructional Strategies to Improve Students Writte Expression
F27 Demystification and Self-Advocacy, Why Kids Need to Know and Ways to Teach ItF28 Teachers as Researcher, A Schools Innovative Approach to Investigating the Reading Performance of Students with Language Based Learning DisabilitiesF29 Make Great Strides in Teaching, Use Multisensory Approaches, Gestures, Students Teaching Students, and Technology in Your Classroom
F30 Teaching the Teachers, Effective Models for College and UniversitiesF32 LEAD Colorado, Lessons in Self-AdvocacyF33 Write to Read, Using the Writing Process to Increase Fluency, Text Comprehension and Expository Writing
F34 Professional Knowledge of English Grammar, A Brief TutorialF35 Multisensory Teaching for All Ages - How ToS1 Experience Dyslexia
S2 ReversalsS3 Fostering Reading and Spelling Competences for Dyslexic English-Learning Children, The Situation in and Solutions for GermanyS4 Preparing Students for the Challenges of Close Reading in College
S6 Word Power, An Overlooked Piece of the Comprehension PuzzleS7 Research-to-Practice, Evolution of Curriculum for Students With DyslexiaS8 Picking It Apart and Putting It Back Together, Analyzing Elementary School Students Writing
S9 Setting the Foundation with FUN, Wilson Fundations for Prevention and Early InterventionS10 Integrating Basic and Intervention-based Science to Help Learners With Reading Disabilities, Update from NICHDs Learning Disabilities Research CentersS11 Investigating the Psychometric Properties of IDAPEL French Language Early Literacy Measures With Students Learning to Read French
S12 Talking to Parents, Teachers, and Students About DyslexiaS13 Pre-K Can Work, With Research-Based PracticesS14 From Personal Sequence Narrative to Essay, Strategies for Scaffolding Oral and Written Expression
S16 Using the iPad to Enhance Multisensory Structured Language (MSL) InstructionS17 Motivating Students to Learn, Tips for TeachersS19 Tablet PCs and Organizational Skills in the Middle School, One Schools Approach
S21 STRESS, Why The Brains of Students With Dyslexia and ADHD Are At Risk and What You Can Do About ItS22 Getting Ready to ReadS23 Real Orthography for Real Kids, Making Spelling Meaningful in Elementary Classrooms
S24 Learn, Practice, Engage - Theres an App for That...S26 MSL Content Vocabulary Instruction With Dyslexic High School Students, An Interactive Morphological ApproachS27 Linking Language Comprehension to the Study of History, Interdisciplinary Learning in the Social Sciences That Targets Higher Order Reading Processes
S28 Preservice Teacher Knowledge of Basic Language Constructs in Canada, England, and the USS29 Ethics Workshop for Individuals Working as Educational Therapists in Private PracticeS30 All Children Ready to Read, A Pre K-K Collaborative Design
All recorded presentations from the conference.Complete set of all recorded presentations, audio and visuals.PL1, Opening Plenary & Keynote, The Power of Peacemaking by Douglas Noll (2.1 CME Credits)
PL2, Friday PM Plenary: Legal Issues of the LGBT Community: An Overview for Mediators by Elizabeth Schwartz (1.2 CME Credits Cultural Diversity)