The Association for Institutional Research (AIR) is hosting 3 one-day IPEDS Workshops for newer Keyholders (less than two years) during the month of March. Financial support for this workshop is provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
*Funding for this workshop is provided by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
Workshop 1: March 11, 2014 in Atlanta, GA
Held at the Hotel Indigo College Park, 1776 Harvard Ave, College Park, Georgia 30337
Workshop 2: March 13, 2014 in Orlando, FL
Held at the Hilton Garden Inn Orlando Airport, 7300 Augusta National Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32822
Workshop 3: March 20, 2014 in Phoenix, AZ
Held at the Doubletree by Hilton Phoenix - Tempe, 320 North 44th St., Phoenix, Arizona, 85008-7698
These workshops are limited to 45 participants. Workshop seats are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Seat confirmations are delivered via email on a rolling basis approximately 3 business days after an online seat registration is submitted.
NOTE: You do not have to be an AIR member to attend these trainings.
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These base level Keyholder Trainings provide participants with a thorough introduction to the IPEDS data collection cycle and reporting requirements. Created specifically for newer IPEDS Keyholders, these workshops outline the roles and responsibilities of a Keyholder and the resources available to assist in the IPEDS planning and reporting processes. The workshops also provide participants an opportunity to create an IPEDS planning calendar for the upcoming data collection cycle. Because these workshops are designed for newer Keyholders (less than two years), they also serve as valuable professional networking opportunities for institutional researchers in their new roles.
*Note: This Workshop curriculum is intended for both officially designated IPEDS Keyholders as well as individuals that serve in a secondary (proxy Keyholder) role assisting the official IPEDS Keyholder in the data collection/entry process.