Presentations

About Past Presentations

If presenters at a meeting have prepared content, such as Keynote presentations, we do our best to post that content here for download.

Presentations are posted in PDFi and Keynote file formats and are compressed using Stuffit Deluxe prior to uploading. To expand the files you will need a copy of Stuffit Expander external website link which typically shipped with your Mac. You can get the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader external website link for free to view the PDF files or use Apple's Preview application external website link. To open the Keynote files you'll need a copy of Apple's Keynote application external website link

Please remember the items presented for download are outline notes and typically do not contain the full scope of what was discussed at a meeting. The interactive nature of presentations and the open floor questions help draw out a lot of content that isn't included in the downloaded files.

All presentations posted remain the copyright of their respective authors. They may be downloaded and used for non-commercial use only and may not be reproduced or redistributed in whole or in part without the authors prior written approval.

Our presentation archives are organized by year which may be accessed using the links below.

Comments

All Presentations posted remain …

We might want to change that sentence above … to: They may be downloaded and used for non-commercial use only and may not be reproduced or redistributed in whole or in part "without" the authors prior written approval.

it's fixed

good catch Del

for future reference, those types of changes can be made by officers by clicking on the EDIT tab at the top of an article and simply making the change. Posting comments work but it adds another layer to the process -- direct editing and simply logging a comment in the appropriate field at the bottom of the article page (when editing it) can help us track the changes while allowing officers to edit thereby reducing the overall workflow.