Round-Table Discussions

Round-table discussions focus heavily on group discussion and best practices. This format addresses another learning style of our conference attendees; some do not prefer group work or question-and-answer time as part of educational sessions. Round-table discussions will last the duration of a 60-minute education block; one round-table discussion will be featured in each block. Delegates can attend any of these 10 round-tables:

Updated Oct. 15, 2010
Session TitleCore CompetenciesSession
Block
Best Practices and New Trends in Auxiliary Services
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Facilities Management
  • Marketing
  • Management
Round8
Centralized Scheduling and R25 Basics
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Communication
  • Facilities Management
  • Technology
Round3
Chasing Windmills: What's Next for Sustainability
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Fiscal Management
  • Leadership
  • Planning
Round9
EMS Reservation System and Reporting
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Facilities Management
Round7
Integrating Print and Electronic Marketing Strategies
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Communication
  • Marketing
Round10
Late-Night Programs Round-Table
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Communication
  • Facilities Management
  • Marketing
Round5
Plan and Program in your Bowling and Billiard Center
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Management
  • Planning
  • Student Learning
Round1
Program Boards in the 21st Century
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Leadership
  • Planning
  • Student Learning
Round6
Small School Programmers Unite!
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Communication
  • Marketing
  • Planning
Round2
What’s Hot and What’s Not: College Union Trends
LocationLevel 4
RoomArmitage
  • Facilities Management
  • Planning
  • Technology
Round4
Updated Oct. 15, 2010

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