Professional Development Services
The NEAIR Professional Development Services (PDS) Committee was established to develop and implement professional development opportunities for institutional researchers. During the pandemic when in-person professional development was not possible, NEAIR pivoted to virtual offerings held via Zoom. Due to the popularity and convenience of this format, we have expanded our virtual workshop offerings for the 2023 season. The 2023 Professional Development season is our best yet, and it is with pride that the committee offers these workshops to members.
Based on the popularity of past workshop seasons and the feedback from NEAIR members, the 2023 season has two major changes from years' past:
- The 2023 season has expanded beyond the summer months; workshops are scheduled from April through October 2023.
- Workshops cover three main themes: Technical Skills, Professional Communication, and IR Policy and Context.
Workshops are typically 90 minutes long and focus on teaching a specific technical skill or task. NEAIR leadership has priced these workshops with an eye toward access and affordability. Fees for each 90-minute-workshp in the 2023 season are as follows:
- April 2023-August 2023: $29 for members/$59 for non-members
- September 2023-October 2023: $35 for members/$70 for non-members
Ready to sharpen your skills? Click on the button below to register for upcoming workshops.
NEAIR will not refund any workshops, but will issue a credit in the event of technical difficulties.
Have you missed a past workshop? NEAIR has curated most of our past professional development workshops in our Online Learning Course center. Past courses have included workshops on Tableau, Power BI, SQL, R, SWOT Analysis, and many more. These courses are for members only and are priced at $29 per ninety minutes of instruction.
The IR Guiding Light webinar series is an additional professional development opportunity focusing on current issues in IR and is free for NEAIR members. These webinars are recorded. Past topics have included data governance, best practices on working remotely, and the role of data in DEISJ, and much more.
Please click the button to access the recordings.