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2015 AEBG Readers' Conference

The 2015 AEBG Readers' Conference took place on December 1st and 2nd, 2015, at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Sacramento.

Attendees: Please complete the Post Conference Survey.

Download the Readers' Conference Table Questionnaire

Participants: We are requesting that each consortium send at least one person to Sacramento on December 1-2 to participate in the 2015 AEBG Reader's Conference. Those consortia that have co-chairs may send more than one person from their consortium. If the primary lead or chair cannot attend, please send someone else from the consortium who has participated in the AB86 process and now the AEBG.

Program: The conference is an important step of the process of reviewing all submitted AEBG plans. There will be plenary sessions and small group discussions. Participants will also have the opportunity to network with fellow leads or chairs and receive technical assistance from the AEBG Office. You can view the Agenda here.

Preparation: The center piece of the conference will be a small group discussion of the AEBG consortia plans. Each small group will be comprised of representatives from neighboring consortia according to this list. During this discussion you will share observations and compare notes on the AEBG plans submitted by the consortia in your group. At the end of the conference, each small group will share their insights with the larger group. Download the small group roster list here.

1. You should review the AEBG plans submitted by the consortia in your small group (the link to all AEBG consortia plans will be emailed to you separately).
2. To ensure a productive exchange of ideas, please fill out this Reviewer Questionnaire by Tuesday evening, December 1, and bring it with you on Wednesday, December 2. You can view or download the Reviewer Questionnaire here.

Logistics: Please bring a laptop or tablet as hard copies of consortia plans will not be available. All documents will be available via Google docs. Wifi/Internet access will be provided to you at the Sheraton free of charge.
Food will be provided throughout the conference including at the networking reception on December 1. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided on December 2.
Consortia are responsible for paying for their own travel, hotel, parking and incidentals. A group rate is available until October 30, depending on availability.

Reserve your Hotel Room at the Sheraton Grand Hotel
(1230 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814)

Registration: The conference registration is free. Register by clicking the link below. Bring your registration confirmation to the conference.

Register for the 2015 AEBG Readers Conference

(Code: sent to Consortia Primary Contacts)

Questions: As always, should you have any questions or concerns, please email the Adult Education Block Grant In-Box at: aebg@cccco.edu.

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