eLibrary/CLE Materials

eLibrary/CLE Materials

What’s this all about?
Beginning August 2015, the DBA is embracing a greener approach to producing CLE programs. This exciting initiative will involve promotion of many CLE programs through exclusively electronic mediums (such as email, DBA website, and Facebook page) rather than through print. It will also involve providing seminar materials via electronic vs. printed format.

The Initiative
To Serve Your Evolving Needs
*e-materials will provide you with more flexible options for storing and accessing your seminar materials (before, during, and after the seminar) and will be available for download by seminar registrants before programs on the DBAs website.
Providing a Supportive Learning Environment
*To facilitate convenient access to your e-materials on your tablet or laptop during seminars, the DBA has increased the bandwidth of the wireless network within our offices.
*We’re flexible. While e-materials will be the main format for future seminars, we understand that some programs will not lend themselves to e-materials. In such cases, print handouts will be provided, in all cases where e-materials are used, print handouts will be available for purchase for a small additional fee.
Environmental and Fiscal Responsibility
*By reducing our use of print materials, we will eliminate unnecessary paper waste and expenses.

What happens next?
Watch your in box for information from the DBA; as this is the most efficient way for us to keep in touch with you about programs, events, and services aimed to benefit you. Please be sure to update us with any change in your email address. To do this you can contact Carol at cblevins@daybar.org or 937.222.7902.

Whom Can I Contact?
CLE Director, Jennifer Otchy is available to assist you with any questions you may have. 
Feel free to contact her at: jotchy@daybar.org or 937.222.7902.

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