|Date Written:||Friday, July 28, 2000|
|Last updated:||Tuesday, February 7, 2012|
The Leadership Database is a Microsoft Access application for maintaining personal and program information for participants in the Leadership program in the School of Education at Andrews University. It includes a web interface for re-publishing the directory pages on the Leadership web site when requested, for updating membership and email addresses in the various listservs, and for updating the WebCT global database for synchronizing with Regional Group WebCTs. It also includes web registration functions allowing participants to register for the Annual Roundtable conferences, to request enrollment in courses, and to review their Course Plans and grades over the web.
See the System Manual for technical details.
1. Using Microsoft Access
2. Setting Up the Application
3. Setting Up the Tables
4. Maintain Person Details
5. Typical Maintenance Tasks
6. Restricted Web Services
7. Annual Reviews
2.1 Mapping the Andrews Web Server
2.2 The Database Files
2.3 Registering The Object Libraries
The Access application uses file mapping to access the Leadership directory on the UNIX server. Two files need to be created on the PC used by the operator so that this mapping can take place. On a Windows 9X machine, the files should be placed in the C:\Windows directory. On a Windows 2000 machine, place them in the C:\WINNT\system32\drivers\etc directory. On Windows XP, the Windows directory is WINDOWS, not WINNT.
When the user logs on to their PC, two file mappings need to be set up:
The \\sherlock\homes mapping is used to give the user access to the Leadership web directories. This is achieved by building a symbolic link in the user's Sherlock directory to the Leadership web site, using the following UNIX command in the user's logon:
ln -fs /homes/svs/www/leadership/ leadership
Finally, the web System Administrator needs to grant permission for the user to use Samba file sharing in order to have access to the Leadership web pages.
The System Administrator for the School of Education servers needs to add the user to the access list for the Leadership directory on the SED web server.
3.1 Table Descriptions
3.2 Typical Values in the Lookup Tables
|ACTIVITY_STATUS||Activity Status||This is a lookup table that holds the codes and descriptions for the activity status of each in the database, such as Active, Inactive, Graduated, Faculty, etc.|
|COHORT||Cohorts||An entry must be created in this table for each new cohort. The table also holds the name of the listserv, and a flag indicating if a web directory page should be published.|
Other Tables Menu
Competency Table Menu
|Competency Group Headings by Bulletin Year|
Other Tables Menu
Competency Table Menu
|Competency Group Sub-Headings by Bulletin Year|
|COURSE||Courses||Lookup table of standard course codes and titles.|
|COURSE_PLAN||Details of participants' Course Plans|
|COURSE_REG||Courses students have registered for|
|CREDIT_SOURCE||Institutions credits have been transferred from|
|DEGREE||Degrees||In the personal details form, the name of the degree comes from a dropdown box. The values in the box come from this table, so if a new degree is added to the program, it must be entered in this table.|
|DISS_COMM||Dissertation Committee Members|
|DISS_COMM_POSN||(none)||Codes for members position on Dissertation Committee|
|FACULTY_ATTEND||Faculty Attendance at Regional Group Meetings|
|IDPSTAT||IDP Status||This is a lookup table that holds the codes and descriptions for the status of the IDP.|
|LIST||Other Lists||Persons in the Leadership database have their name and email address in several listservs and WebCTs. Each person is in one cohort list, and one or more regional group lists. This table is for maintaining membership and email addresses in additional lists, such as leadfac for faculty, and leadadmin for faculty members of the WebCT administrators’ list.|
|LOGFILE||Log of participant access to Restricted Function|
|PARAM||System Parameters||This table holds the registration year and term currently open. This is used when participants to sign up for courses over the web.|
|PERSON||Personal information about participants, faculty, etc|
|PERSON_COMP||Competency signoff dates|
|PERSON_COMP_MA||Competencies selected by MA students|
|PERSON_LIST||Membership of other listservs|
|PERSON_REGION||Membership of Regional Groups|
|PERSON_TYPE||Person Types||Type of person a PERSON record describes - Participant, Faculty, Instructor, etc.|
|REGION||Regional Groups||If a new regional group is formed, an entry must be created in this table. The table holds the full name of the regional group, its listserv name, its WebCT name, the URL if the group has a web site, a flag indicating if a web directory page should be published, the name of the WebCT Administrator for the group, and a flag indicating if the group is required to have Regional Group meetings..|
|REGION_ATTEND||Attendance at Regional Group Meetings|
|REGION_ATTEND_HEAD||Faculty Attendance at Regional Group Meetings|
|REQHEAD||Course Plan Requirement Headers||Standard headers for Course Plans for different Bulletin Years, etc.|
|RTEVENT||Roundtable event schedule|
|RTHOST||Roundtable host for the day|
|RTPERSON||Personal details recorded in holding file during Roundtable registration|
|RTREG||Roundtable Registration details|
|TERM||Term Codes||Lookup table of valid term codes.|
ACTIVITY_STATUS: Lookup table for Activity Status in the program
COHORT: Lookup table for list of current cohorts
COMP_SECTION: Lookup table for Competency Group Headings
COMP_SUBSECTION: Lookup table for Competency Group Sub-headings
COURSE: Lookup table of standard course codes and titles
DEGREE: Lookup table for degrees offered in Leadership
IDPSTAT: Lookup table of IDP status codes and meanings
LIST: Other listservs to be maintained
PARAM: System Parameters, such as current year and term open for registration
PERSON_TYPE: Type of person a PERSON record describes - Participant, Faculty, Instructor, etc
REGION: Lookup table to be maintained for Regional Groups
REQHEAD: Header lines for Andrews credits in Course Plan
TERM: Lookup table of valid term codes
Most of these codes are to indicate the status of a participant in the program. However, since the same PERSON table is used for all personal records, Use N=Non-participant for Faculty, Instructors, Staff, etc. The Sort field in this table is used to determine the order in which this information should be presented in a dropdown box.
See Section 5.5 Changing A Person’s Activity Status, 5.6 When A Student Graduates, and 7.1 Activity Status for notes on tasks involving Activity Status.
All participants starting together are members of the same cohort. Typically, there is one starting group per year, and the name of the cohort is the year in which it starts. "Detroit2000" and "Europe2000" are examples of when this is not the case. Faculty, staff, and other non-participants involved with the program should be assigned to cohort "Faculty". For persons in the system who are not associated with the program, use "UNCOHORT". The system is able to generate a web directory page and a listserv for entries in this table. Check the IncludeOnWeb box if this is desired. The cohort listservs plus the faculty listserv are compiled together to make the leadall listserv. The ITS System Administrator maintains the process that constructs leadall from the other lists. Whenever a new cohort is added, an email will automatically be sent to the person configured as the System Administrator asking him/her to create the listserv, and to modify the procedure that includes the cohort in leadall. The system will maintain membership and current email addresses once the listserv is created.
See 5.8 Adding A New Cohort for additional notes.
|EDUC650||Leadership Program Continuation||0|
|LEAD650||Leadership Program Continuation||0|
|EDUC631||Individual Development Plan||1|
|LEAD635||Individual Development Plan||1|
|LEAD636||Issues in Leadership Foundations||2|
|LEAD638||Issues in Leadership Theory||2|
|LEAD637||Issues in Research||2|
|EDCI665||Advanced Instructional Models||5|
|EDRM805||Advanced Methods in Qualitative Research||5|
|EDRM611||Applied Statistics Educational Psychology I||5|
|NRSG635||Clinical & Research Application of Statistics||5|
|EDUC648||Communication for Leaders||5|
|LEAD648A||Communication for Leaders||5|
|EDCI547||Foundations Curriculum Development||5|
|EDRE690||Foundations of Spiritual Formation||5|
|EDRM605||Qualitative Research Methods in Education and Psychology||5|
|EDAL720||Theory of Administration||5|
This table is used to populate the course dropdown box in the registration forms, both in the Access application and via the web. Entries are displayed in the dropdown boxes sorted by SortKey, CourseTitle, then CourseCode. The core courses are present with EDUC and LEAD prefixes, but they are generally not both offered simultaneously.
||Automatically generated ID||7284|
||Automatically generated ID||568|
||Code for term course was taken||Sp|
||Year course was taken||2003|
|CourseName||Name of course||LEAD690 Independent Study|
||Topic studied in course||Theory & Teaching Models in Higher Education|
||ID of person teaching the course||Tucker, James|
Details of participants' Course Plans, including credits taken at Andrews as well as transfer credits from other institutions.
|CourseID||Automatically generated ID for this Course Registration record||334|
|PersonID||Automatically generated ID for this Person||206|
|CourseTopic||Course Topic||Effective Teaching & Instructing|
|Credits||Number of Credits||4|
|Instructor||Instructor||Dr. Shirley Freed|
|InstructorID||ID of person teaching the course||Freed|
|Browser||Details of browser used to register over the web|
|RemoteHost||IP Address coming from|
|TimeVisit||Time and date of last registration login|
Details of courses students have registered for.
|1||Fleming, Cheryl||(use Requirements Header)||Yes|
|3||Heise, David||Macquarie University Graduate Coursework||No|
|4||Heise, David||The University of Newcastle Graduate Coursework||No|
|5||Bryson, Jeanette||Additional Andrews University Graduate Coursework||Yes|
|6||Bryson, Jeanette||Transfer Graduate Work from San Diego State University||No|
|7||Caviness, Linda||Additional Andrews University Graduate Coursework||Yes|
|8||Caviness, Linda||Transfer Graduate Work from University of California at Berkeley||No|
|11||Eggers, Marilyn||Transfer Graduate Work from San Jose University||No|
|12||Kirner, Marianne||Transfer Graduate Work from Central CT State University||No|
Names of institutions credits are being transferred from.
This table is used in the Program tab of the Maintain Personal Details form.
The Sort field in this table is used to determine the order in which this information should be presented in a dropdown box, and indicates a progression through the approval process.
See 7.2 IDP Status for additional notes.
|1||LeadAdmin||Regional Group WebCT Administrators||Y|
Persons active in the program are automatically members of a cohort listserv, and should be assigned to at least one regional group listserv. Other lists can be created for special purposes, and these lists can also be maintained by the system. Enter the details in this table, and make the appropriate entry in the person’s details screen. The LeadAdmin list automatically includes those who are shown as WebCT Administrator in the Regional Group Table. Others who need to be on this list, such as faculty or support staff, can be added to LeadAdmin by making an entry in the LIST table for the LeadAdmin list. This is done in the Maintain Personal Details screens.
|OpenYear||Current year that is open||2001|
|OpenTerm||Current term that is open||Sp|
|LshipAdminName||Leadership Administrator name||Carol Castillo|
|LshipAdminEmail||Leadership Administrator email email@example.com|
|SysAdminName||System Administrator name||Dan Bidwell|
|SysAdminEmail||System Administrator email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|WebCTAdminName||WebCT Administrator name||Lorena Bidwell|
|WebCTAdminEmail||WebCT Administrator email email@example.com|
|UseEmail||True = use email features||Yes|
|UseWeb||True = use web features||Yes|
|TermRegOpenDate||Date Registration for next term can begin||18-Jul-03|
|TermRegCloseDate||Date Registration for next term closes||10-Sep-03|
|RTRegOpenDate||Date Registration for next Roundtable can begin||10-Mar-03|
|RTRegCloseDate||Date Registration for next Roundtable closes||12-Jul-03|
|RTInfoOpenDate||Date Information for next Roundtable is available for display||29-Jun-03|
|RTInfoCloseDate||Date Information for next Roundtable is unavailable for display||31-Jul-03|
|RTConfOpenDate||Date for opening of Roundtable Conference||18-Jul-04|
|RTConfCloseDate||Date for closing of Roundtable Conference||21-Jul-04|
|RTFee||Fee for Roundtable Conference||$395.00|
|MenuColor||Background color on the Switchboard menu||128|
|LogoFile||File name containing the graphic for the logo on the menu||title.gif|
|LogoLeft||Distance of logo file from left of form||0|
|LogoTop||Distance of logo file from top of form||0|
|LogoWidth||Width of logo file in PIXELS (1440 pixesl/inch)||1.834|
|LogoHeight||Height of logo file in PIXELS (1440 pixesl/inch)||0.625|
When the application starts up, the values that are displayed for Year and Term are taken from this table. However, any desired values can be chosen by the operator. This is important, because reports that select data based on Year and Term, such as the registration reports, use the values that are displayed on this form.
Registration via the web uses the values of Year and Term that are held in this table.
The administrator names and email addresses are used for email notification of web registrations, and for making requests concerning new WebCTs and listservs following creation of new Regional Groups and Cohorts.
This table had to be introduced to handle the situation where a participant joins the faculty. ActivityStatus used to include a value for Faculty, but then it was not possible for a person to have ActivityStatus = G (Graduated) and F (Faculty) simultaneously. At the same time as this was done, the dropdown box for Faculty was created, and there are instructors who are not Leadership faculty. This table allows for that situation to be handled.
|3||Berrien Dissertation||BerrienDis||BERRIENDIS||Yes||Tucker, Cilla||Yes|
|9||Berrien Springs Local||LeadBerSpr||LEADBERSPR||Yes||Heise, David||Yes|
There is an entry in this table for each of the Regional Groups, plus some non-regional group entries for persons in the PERSON table who are not active participants.
The system is able to generate a web directory page and a listserv for entries in this table. Check the IncludeOnWeb box if this is desired. All active participants should be assigned to at least one Regional Group. Whenever a new regional group is added, an email will automatically be sent to person configured as the System Administrator asking him/her to create the listserv. The system will maintain membership and current email addresses once the listserv is created. An email will also be sent to the person configured as the WebCT Administrator, asking him/her to create a new WebCT for the regional group. WebCT maintains its own database of student IDs, and to facilitate maintenance of class lists and student logons, a single ID is held for each student. WebCT calls this the "Global ID". A data file of global IDs is created for each regional group and imported into the WebCT Global ID database when the operator selects Web and List Updates from the menu.
See 5.9 Adding A New Regional Group for additional notes.
|ReqHeadID||Automatically generated ID for this Course Plan Requirements Header||15|
|ReqDesc||Description of this requirement header||Detroit2000|
|AUCredits||Required semester credits taken at Andrews University||32|
|TransferCredits||Maximum semester credits that can be transferred into the program||43|
|DissertationCredits||Number of Dissertation credits||16|
|ReqHead1||Text to print in Course Plan for this requirement||Minimum Requirement at AU after admission to Doctoral Program 32 (or 48 qtr cr)|
|ReqHead2||Description to print in Course Plan for this requirement||[Must include: (1) EDUC630 Leadership Seminar, 6 cr AND (2) LEAD635 Individual Development Plan, 2cr AND (3) LEAD636 Issues in Leadership Foundations, 2cr AND (4) LEAD637 Issues in Research, 2cr (5) LEAD 638 Issues in Leadership Theory, 2 cr AND (5) **At least 9 cr of coursework 700+ level.]|
See 7. Annual Reviews for additional notes.
This table is used to populate the Term dropdown box in various places. Two of the values in this table are present only because some data in the Course Plan had not been recorded correctly. These values can be removed when the data is cleaned up.
The screen opens with the cursor placed in the Select Last Name box. Start typing the person’s last name to select the person you wish to call up. Click on the down button at the end of the dropdown box to see a list of names starting with the one nearest to what you have typed so far.
As you tab from field to field, text will appear in the Status Bar at the bottom of the Microsoft Access window describing the meaning of the current field.
The AU User Name is used for the logon to Leadership Restricted Services via the web. The AUID can be used as the password, but if this is done, grades will not be displayed in the online Course Plan. The regular Andrews password can also be used, but this is not stored in the database.
The AU User Name is also used for populating the WebCT Global Database.
Up to two email addresses can be held for each person. If two addresses are given, both will be used in the listservs and in the web directory.
The PERSON table holds personal records for different types of persons. See the lookup table in 3.2 Person Type for the different types (includes participant, faculty, instructor, etc.)
There are constraints between the following elements on this form for each of the types of persons, as shown in the following table. These constraints are not forced by the program, but must be manually observed by the operator.
|Person Type||Activity Status||Cohort||Regional Group||Other Lists|
|Participant||Any but "N"||Regular cohort||
Regular group, GRADUATED,
INACTIVE or WITHDRAWN
|Possibly WebCT Administrators|
|Faculty||N (Non-participant)||Faculty||FACULTY||Leadership Faculty|
Participants in the program should be assigned to at least one Regional Group. Use "Unknown" if this has not been decided at data entry time. One and only one of the Regional Groups should be designated as the Primary group. See Section 5.9 Adding A New Regional Group for further details.
Bio Status: If a biography is available for this person, enter "Y" in Bio Status. See Section 5.10 Photographs And Biographies for notes on posting and revising biographies.
Pic Status: If a picture is available for this person, enter "Y" in Pic Status. See Section 5.10 Photographs And Biographies for notes on formatting and posting pictures for the web directory.
File Name: If a bio or a picture is available, enter the file name that is used in the File Name box. The bio should be written to a file called <File Name>.html and the picture should be saved in a file called <File Name>.jpg. The file usually consists of the first 8 letters of the last name. If it has less than 8 letters, start using the letters of the first name. The dimensions of the picture are given in Section 5.10 Photographs And Biographies . The full size picture is used in the biography. A "thumbnail" version is also saved, using the name <File Name>_t.jpg.
Other Lists: Cohort and Regional Group listservs are generated from members in cohorts and regional groups. Other lists can also be maintained by recording memberships in those lists on this forms. For example, Faculty are included in firstname.lastname@example.org only by being made a member of that list on this form. All regional groups should have a WebCT Administrator, and the email@example.com list automatically includes all those who are recorded as the administrator for a regional group. In addition, some faculty and support personnel need to be in this list, so they that is accomplished via Other Lists on this form.
Adding a new cohort
Adding a new regional group
Adding another list (other than cohorts and regional groups
Maintaining student or faculty personal details
Adding a new faculty member
Student Course Plans
Other typical maintenance tasks and standard operations are described in this section.
5.1 Changing a Person’s Password
5.2 Changing a Person’s Email Address
5.3 Maintaining Membership of Regional Groups
5.4 Changing a Person’s Job Title
5.5 Changing a Person’s Activity Status
5.6 When a Student Graduates
5.7 Changing the WebCT Administrator
5.8 Adding a New Cohort
5.9 Adding a New Regional Group
5.10 Photographs and Biographies
5.10.1 Photographs and Personal Details
5.10.2 Maintaining Biographies
5.11 Posting Minutes to the Web
5.11.1 Recording Regional Group Meeting Attendance
5.11.2 Posting Minutes to the Web
5.11.3 Cleaning Up Posted Minutes
5.11.4 Periodic Meeting Reminders
5.12 Adding Competency Headings for a new year
|Regional Group Name||Name of group, as it appears in listings, report, web directory, etc||Detroit - Devious Rascals|
|List Name||Name of the listserv for this group (always prefix with Lead)||LeadDetDR|
|WebCT||Name of the WebCT for this group (always in upper case, usually the same as the listserv name)||LEADDETDR|
The bio should be written to a file called <File Name>.html and the picture should be saved in a file called <File Name>.jpg. The file usually consists of the first 8 letters of the last name. If it has less than 8 letters, start using the letters of the first name. The thumbnail pictures need to be as close as possible to a uniform size. This can be done by cropping the larger picture to include just the head and neck, and then sizing the result, if necessary, to the following dimensions:
72 Pixels / Inch
96 Pixels / Inch
The name of the thumbnail version of the picture must be <File Name>_t.jpg, where <File Name> is the name recorded in the File Name box on the Maintain Personal Details screen. This is used for the bio and for the main picture, and "_t" is added for the thumbnail picture.
The biography and picture files are stored on the Leadership web site in a
subdirectory under the Cohorts subdirectory. For instance, for a person
in the 2000 Cohort named Rebecca Patterson, the file names would be be:
patterso.html, patterso.jpg, patterso_t.jpg.
The directory on the Andrews web server would be:
When minutes of group meetings are received on LeadAll, there are two things that must be done:
If minutes are posted to the wrong group, or if they contain errors, click the Clean-up Minutes button to load the above form. Click the Open File button to locate and retrieve the file. If the file was posted to the wrong place, click Delete File to delete it. If corrections need to be made, then make them now. The email will load in the Text Only or Formatted window as appropriate. The Save File button will be enabled as soon as any change is made in the Text Onl y window. For changes made in the Formatted window, it is necessary to click in the File Name box after making corrections in order to enable the Save File button.
At the start of a new year, the values for the current year should be copied across, and any changes made if appropriate.
|6.3||Restricted Web Services|
|1.||Inspect Participant Course Plan|
|2.||Review Participant Progress|
|3.||Record IDP Signoffs|
|4.||Record Competency Signoffs|
|5.||Request Form for <semester> <year> courses|
|6.||Information about Roundtable <year>|
|7.||Maintain Roundtable Schedule|
|8.||Registration for Roundtable 2004|
|9.||Post Minutes to the Web (on Group's behalf)|
|11.||Update Web Directories and Passwords|
|12.||Update Reading List from EndNote|
|13.||Log off and return to Leadership Home Page|
Only the information that you provide, or the choices you make while visiting a Web site, can be stored in a cookie. For example, the site cannot determine your e-mail name unless you choose to type it. Allowing a Web site to create a cookie does not give that or any other site access to the rest of your computer, and only the site that created the cookie can read it. The cookies created by the Leadership web application are temporary, and time out after about 20 minutes. You may have noticed that if you are distracted by a phone call for instance after having logged in, when you resume your web registration, you get a message saying Your session has expired. You need to logon again.
A web interface to the Leadership database has been developed to provide a variety of services for participants and for faculty and staff. The services that are presented in the menu are taylored according the needs of the person logging on.
After a successful logon, the menu of restricted services is displayed. Roundtable Registration will be in the list only when appropriate.
The registration entry form has a dropdown box of all currently offered courses, and another box for free text entry of the course topic, if necessary. After entering the number of credits, there is another dropdown box listing all the instructors. If a participant wishes to take a course not in the course dropdown list, this course needs to be added by the Leadership Office (see Section 3.2 Typical Values in the Lookup Tables under the file COURSE). Similarly, if a participant is taking a course with an instructor not in the instructor dropdown list, the instructor needs to be added by the Leadership office (see Section 3.2 Typical Values in the Lookup Tables under the file PERSON_TYPE and read about the constraints in Section 4. Maintain Person Details)
Validation tests require that if a course is selected, a whole number of credits must be entered (0 is valid) and an instructor must be selected). To remove a course, choose "Select a course" as the course number and title, and click Continue.
When all the correct details are entered, the participant clicks Continue and the registration confirmation form is displayed. This displays the courses selected for confirmation. If Doctoral Dissertation is chosen, the following note is also displayed:
Must have approved dissertation committee and topic to register.
Must have approved dissertation proposal to register beyond 8 credits.
At this stage, the participant can click Make Corrections, to return to the previous form to make changes to what has been entered. If all the details are correct, the participant can click Return to Restricted Services Logon . When this is done, an email is sent to the participant with the registration details, and a copy is sent to the Leadership secretary.
As with Web Course Registration, a confirmation screen is displayed on completion, with an option to make further changes. If all the details are correct, the participant can click Return to Restricted Services Logon . When this is done, an email is sent to the participant with the registration details, and a copy is sent to the Leadership secretary.
A separate EndNote library file has been created for each of the six competencies. The file names are as follows:
After changes have been made to one or more of the EndNote libraries, follows these steps to update the Reading Lists on the web site.
7.1 Activity Status
7.2 IDP Status
7.3 Course Plans
7.4 Meeting Attendance
7.5 Progress Reports
You get to this function from the main menu as follows:
8.2 Progress Reports
8.3 Registration Reports
8.4 Roundtable Reports
|Alphabetical Listing||Participants in the Leadership program listed alphabetically, with their cohort, regional group(s) and email address(es).|
|Listing By Cohort||Participants listed by cohort with their regional group(s), email address(Es) and activity status.|
|Listing By Region||Participants listed by regional group with their cohort email address(Es) and activity status.|
|Participants Without Bios||Participants who do not have their bio in the online directory.|
|Participants Without Pictures||Participants who do not have their picture in the online directory.|
|Person Details By Cohort||Personal detail summary of participants, sorted by cohort.|
|Person Details By Region||Personal detail summary of participants, sorted by regional group.|
|Regional Groups||Listing of regional groups, with listserv name, WebCT course name, and WebCT administrator name.|
|Course Plans||Leadership Course Plans with grades and credits.|
|IDP Status||Alphabetical listing grouped by IDP status.|
|AU Credits Completed||Review of credits listed in Course Plan, credits completed and credits still to be taken.|
|Regional Group Meeting Attendance||Alphabetical listing showing regional group meetings and dates and total numbers of meetings attended.|
|Annual Leadership Review||Annual Review summarizing for each participant the status of the IDP, Course Plan credits taken, grades for core courses, dissertation credits taken, and meetings attended.|
|Annual Review: Meeting Attendance||Review of regional meeting attendance showing meetings attended, by person within cohort.|
|Courses by Person||Course registration report by student, one student per page.|
|Blue Cards||"Blue Cards" report ready to print on blue page, 3 per page.|
|Courses by Course||Course registration sorted by course.|
|Persons Registered||Participants registered for the Roundtable Conference, showing banquet places requested.|
|Persons Not Registered||Participants not registered for the conference, with contact phone numbers and email address.|
|Flags Needed||Nationality of flags needed for the Roundtable Conference.|