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February 11, 2024

Building upon the resounding success of our first series of Premium Workshops held in the last quarter of 2023, we are thrilled to unveil an exciting new series of workshops slated to run throughout 2024. 


We’ve received glowing feedback from the participants of our first workshop series, which truly speaks to the value of these sessions: 

  • Andy Pederson from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln remarked, “Every aspect of the workshop was invaluable – from the prework to the instruction, exercises, and the opportunity to engage directly with the instructor.” 
  • Blythe Webster, from the University of West Florida, praised the blend of presentation slides and live interaction with the instructor, noting its effectiveness. 
  • Liza Campbell, echoing sentiments from the same institution, appreciated the practical approach of tackling typical and real-world problems, emphasizing their significance in enhancing the learning experience.


Our virtual, instructor-led training sessions are designed to be interactive, fostering small-group dynamics to ensure a personalized and hands-on learning experience. Each 2-hour workshop will delve into a specific topic, combining structured lectures with practical exercises. Participants are actively encouraged to engage by posing questions and sharing their screens. Class sizes are deliberately kept intimate to facilitate meaningful interaction, and are capped at a maximum of 12 attendees. 


We are excited to announce two upcoming workshops: 

  • “Use Discovery Interface Display Logic to Enhance User Discovery Experience” on March 12th and 13th. 
  • “Perform Global Updates in Alma Using Sets and Jobs” on March 19th and 20th. 


Seats are limited, so secure yours today 

Visit our website for detailed workshop descriptions and information on how to purchase your seat. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your skills and elevate your expertise. Join us on this journey of professional growth and enrichment. 


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