SIOP’s newest Web Site initiative,
The Learning Center,
consolidates conference and consortia media into one all-access pass. Launched
this week, The Learning Center allows subscribers access to all past and present
conference and consortia multimedia on one easy-to-use Web page.
Subscribers can download streaming audio from SIOP’s 2005-2008 Annual
Conferences and audio and video for 3 years of the Leading Edge Consortium. They
also have access to PowerPoint and notes for each presentation at the Leading
Edge Consortium. Once members logon to The Learning Center, they can view all of
these multimedia features whenever and as many times as they wish.
The Learning Center is now your center for all
conference and consortium multimedia with one easy
subscription. Join The Center today and start your
all-access pass to all of SIOP’s informative and
Please contact the SIOP Administrative Office with any questions about The
Learning Center or any other SIOP services at 419-353-0032.
Members and nonmembers alike have raved about this unique resource and its
innovative format, which includes peer-reviewed articles, reader commentary, and
author responses. That’s why we want everyone to have access to the high-quality
content in IOP, and we hope you can help!
To help make this journal available to more I-O students, researchers, and
practitioners around the world, we invite you to recommend a subscription to
your institutional library.
It only takes a few moments to send your librarian a quick and simple e-mail
using this onlinelibrary
Your peers will thank you for the opportunity to read the premier journal on I-O
As a new school year unfolds, college newspapers and national publications are
beginning to write student-related stories. Topics include job interviews,
internships, careers, training, work behavior—you name it—and SIOP wants I-Os to
be included as expert sources in these areas.
We are looking for members who have done research or are knowledgeable in
several fields of I-O psychology to serve as sources for national publications.
We are currently seeking members—including students—who have great ideas for
college or student-related stories. Some past ideas that have been used include
how to dress for an interview, how to impress during an internship, and what
effect body art has on interviewer perceptions of an applicant.
If you have an idea for a story, know of research that is being done in this
area, or if you know someone who may make a good source, please submit your
suggestions to SIOP’s
Tips and Trends.
Contact SIOP Communications Specialist Stephany Schings at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (419) 513-0032 with questions.
Help APA Recognize Employers On March 7, 2008, APA recognized 14 employers for their efforts in
fostering employee well-being through its Psychologically Healthy Workplace
I-O psychologists have a tremendous opportunity to use their expertise to make
an impact on these awards by getting involved at a local level. The national
PHWA winners are nominated by state, provincial, and territorial psychological
associations through local PHWA programs/committees.
Many of these local committees are seeking I-O psychologists to help promote the
award and evaluate nominees. However, many of these state-level
associations have no I-O psychologists as members. Contact your local
association or the PHWA
committee for your state to see how you can help. Another
way to get invol ved is to nominate employers that foster psychologically
healthy workplaces. You can nominate a workplace
Anna Erickson represents SIOP as the Division 14 Representative to the Business
of Practice Network, the APA organization sponsoring and promoting the
Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award. Contact Anna Erickson at (651)
683-8697 or via e-mail at
email@example.com. You can also learn more about the APA