Earn CE Credits at SIOP 2008!
There are several opportunities to earn CE credits at this year’s SIOP conference, to be held at the Hilton San Francisco April 10–12.
On Wednesday, April 9, there are 15 preconference workshops offered. By attending two half-day sessions, you will be eligible to receive seven CE credits. You must attend both the morning and afternoon sessions, half-day registration is not an option. In addition to receiving credits, the preconference workshops are great for networking. A nice lunch is served, allowing for conversation among other I–O professionals.
Friday Seminars are another great way to earn CE credits. On April 11, there are four Friday Seminars scheduled. Three credits will be awarded per seminar, and you have the option to attend two, earning six credits total.
Please keep in mind registration and additional fees are required for the preconference workshops and Friday Seminars.
Credits will be awarded for attending master tutorials as well.
Per tutorial, two credits will be given for the following:
- Multilevel Modeling: Application to Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Designs
- Dynamic Research in I–O Psychology
- Adverse Impact: A Review of Practical, Statistical, and Legal Issues
- Lights, Camera, Action: How to Develop a Video-Based Test
Per tutorial, one and a half credits will be given for the following:
- A Comparison of Fixed-, Random-, and Mixed-Effects Models in Meta-Analysis
- How People Change: The Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change
- Constructive Use of Comments in Organizational Surveys: A Targeted Tutorial
- It's Your World: Building Realistic Simulations for Complex Jobs
- Update in Wage and Hour Litigation
- Update on Neural Networks in I–O Psychology
Also, CE credits are being offered for one of the Theme Tracks, which is a new feature this year. You are eligible to earn seven CE credits by attending the Saturday Theme Track on April 12, but all six sessions of the track must be attended. This track is entitled Preparing For the Future: A Critical and Constructive Look at I–O Education.