1. Amy Myers Jaffe ~ Keynote Preview


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    Email your request and the preferred manner to reach you to info@nationalspeakers.com and we will respond within 24 business hours or call 847-295-1122 during our office hours of CST 8:00am to 5:00pm for an immediate answer.

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    • *Data Management Policies


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      This webinar will provide an overview of the main elements of an Institutional Research Data Management Policy and suggest some approaches to creating a policy that supports the implementation of Data Management within an institution - presented by Frances Watson, Senior Policy Analyst, ANDS - Recorded on the 2nd August 2012

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      • How Washington Really Works For Dummies


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        How Washington Really Works For Dummies Book Trailer

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        • Architecture policy student consultation workshop


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          A film of the student consultation workshop for the Scottish Government's new architecture policy

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          • Chris Sarra's Book Launch - Group Discussion


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            On Monday the 26th of March, Former Queensland Premier Peter Beattie launched Dr Chris Sarra’s new book ‘Strong and Smart’. Beattie and Sarra sat down with Paul Barclay of ABC Radio National.

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            • How to Use HealthyCity.org to Understand Impacts of Changing Demographics across California


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              This webinar is for individuals looking to better understand the changing landscape of their communities. In particular, the webinar will teach participants how to visualize Census 2010 data and compare it to past estimates. It will help viewers answer questions about resource availabilities for changing racial/ethnic and linguistic populations. It will also explain in depth about how Census 2010 data relates to American Community Survey Estimates, the Census Bureau’s ongoing replacement of the now historic long-form of the Census. For the nerds in the bunch, we will discuss changes in geographies for which the Census collects its data. Attendees of this webinar will learn how to use HealthyCity.org to: - Display Census 2010 data alongside public health, civic engagement, and other socioeconomic indicators. - Map changes in population racial/ethnic composition since the last Census. - Research areas where population characteristics changed substantially. - Search for services and infrastructure that can support people in rapidly changing areas.

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              • Knowing North Korea: Reading North Korea


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                Filmed July 12, 2012 How does one analyze North Korea developments? Is it possible to get a clear read and, if so, in what areas? Is North Korea a “black box” or more knowable, especially with new openings? This third installment of this summer’s Knowing North Korea series features Dr. Sue Terry, Managing Director at Gerson Global Advisors, a strategic investment and advisory firm based in New York. In this role, she co-heads the Sovereign Advisory business and is primarily responsible for developing and managing the firm's strategy, activities and client relations in Asia, Australia and New Zealand. She is also a Senior Research Scholar at Columbia University and served most recently with the Council on Foreign Relations, National Intelligence Council and National Security Council. For more information, please visit the link below: http://www.koreasociety.org/policy/policy/reading_north_korea.html

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