HUG Access SIG Meeting 6:30 pm, July 20, 2016, at JCCC, Regnier Center - 3rd Floor, RC 355


Presentation 1
Title: Collecting Data from E-mail
Presenter: Silvia Siren
Description: Silvia's presentation will cover how to set up an Access database so that you can use e-mail responses to update specific fields. This can be useful if you need to update contacts, if you are setting up an event and want RSVP's, or if you need specific data fields updated.  A great thing is that the updates can post in an automated manner.

Silvia works at Olathe Medical Center and uses Access for different projects.


Presentation 2:
Title: What's the process?
Presenter: Denise Griffey
Description: JCCC received a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor for workforce development in the area of computer science and information technology.  The grant has provided the opportunity to change how support services are provided to students to increase positive outcomes. An Access database has been designed to identify students, document student progress and report required outcomes to the Federal government.

Denise has a degree in secondary education from Simpson College, a master’s degree in education from MidAmerica Nazarene University and a building leadership endorsement from Baker University. She has taught secondary math in Iowa, Illinois, Florida and Kansas plus served as a curriculum coordinator for career and technical education in the Olathe Public Schools. She recently transitioned to a research data analyst position for Johnson County Community College.


Upcoming Meetings:
08/17/16 – RC 353
09-21-16 – RC 353
10-19-16 – RC 353
11-16-16 – RC 361
12-21-16 – RC 353 

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