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Message ID: 10957
Date: 2021-07-08

Author:Erin McCauley

Subject:NDACAN Summer Training Series

Good afternoon everyone, We had our first session of the 2021 NDACAN Summer Training Webinar Series this morning. We had amazing attendance and it was a great way to kick off the summer training series! In fact, we had too much of good thing and maxed out the zoom room capacity! If you attempted to join us today and were unable to due to the capacity limit, please accept our sincerest apology! Participation exceeded our expectations and that of prior summer series. We have increased the zoom room capacity for future events, so this issue will not occur again. If you were unable to attend today for any reason, but would like to know more about NDACAN, the 2020 Summer Training Series also started with an introduction to NDACAN which covered similar information! The video of that session can be accessed here . Additionally, today’s session will be turned into an ADA complaint webinar and posted to our website in the coming weeks. We hope that you’ll join us for future 2021 Summer Training Webinar Series sessions, such as the data linking and the multilevel modeling workshops later this summer! See the attached flyer for the full schedule and links to register. Thank you again for the over 100 folks who joined us today and sincerest apologies to those who were unable to. If you have any addition questions please follow up with me email at erin.mccauley@duke.edu or ejm354@cornell.edu . Warmest regards, Erin Erin McCauley, M.Ed. www.erinjmccauley.com Doctoral Candidate in Sociology Department of Sociology Department of Policy Analysis and Management Cornell University | ejm354@cornell.edu _________________________________________ Visiting Graduate Student Department of Sociology Duke University | erin.mccauley@duke.edu _________________________________________ Graduate Research Associate National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research Cornell University

Good afternoon everyone, We had our first session of the 2021 NDACAN Summer Training Webinar Series this morning. We had amazing attendance and it was a great way to kick off the summer training series! In fact, we had too much of good thing and maxed out the zoom room capacity! If you attempted to join us today and were unable to due to the capacity limit, please accept our sincerest apology! Participation exceeded our expectations and that of prior summer series. We have increased the zoom room capacity for future events, so this issue will not occur again. If you were unable to attend today for any reason, but would like to know more about NDACAN, the 2020 Summer Training Series also started with an introduction to NDACAN which covered similar information! The video of that session can be accessed here . Additionally, today’s session will be turned into an ADA complaint webinar and posted to our website in the coming weeks. We hope that you’ll join us for future 2021 Summer Training Webinar Series sessions, such as the data linking and the multilevel modeling workshops later this summer! See the attached flyer for the full schedule and links to register. Thank you again for the over 100 folks who joined us today and sincerest apologies to those who were unable to. If you have any addition questions please follow up with me email at erin.mccauleyduke.edu or ejm354cornell.edu . Warmest regards, Erin Erin McCauley, M.Ed. www.erinjmccauley.com Doctoral Candidate in Sociology Department of Sociology Department of Policy Analysis and Management Cornell University | ejm354cornell.edu _________________________________________ Visiting Graduate Student Department of Sociology Duke University | erin.mccauleyduke.edu _________________________________________ Graduate Research Associate National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research Cornell University