[Asa-official] Student Group Posts to IAP Calendar
asa-exec at MIT.EDU
Sun Nov 5 18:14:56 EST 2006
Dear Student Group Officers,
This email contains information about ASA student group activities
during IAP; it is from Dan Chapman in the Office of Undergraduate
Advising and Academic Programming. Please contact him at iap-www at mit.edu
with any questions as the ASA is not as knowledgeable about this as he
is. This email has complete information about IAP 2007. Please read it
all the way through!
The ASA Executive Board
Planning for IAP '07 has begun. We want MIT's student groups to be front
and center with activities for IAP 2007. (Dates are January 8 - February
2, 2007) Here's the how-to information and important dates and deadlines:
*WHO HAS AUTHORITY TO POST (REPRESENT) FOR AN ASA GROUP:*
All activities for IAP must be posted on-line at
http://web.mit.edu/iap/ . Many participants begin making their IAP
plans in November and December. To ensure that student-led events
get ample exposure, organizers are strongly encouraged to post their
activities on line as soon as possible. Note that MIT has not
produced a print version of the IAP Guide since IAP 2004; all IAP
offerings are now browsed online.
*HOW TO GET AUTHORIZED TO POST FOR IAP:*
Any ASA group wishing to sponsor IAP activities must designate 1-2
IAP Coordinators who are authorized to post that group's listings.
Each Coordinator must get authorized to post for that group through
me (Dan Chapman). Please have your Coordinator(s) send me
(iap-www at mit.edu) the following information:
• The name of the student group
• Each Coordinator's kerberos ID (Athena user ID)
*HOW TO POST ACTIVITIES:*
Go to http://web.mit.edu/iap/ . Read first instructions for "Using
the posting forms." Then go to "Post/Revise your IAP Activity." If
your ASA group posted an activity for last IAP and you would like it
to be updated for this year, your group's coordinator will be able
to see a list of activities that may be rolled over from last year.
Click on the "select" box to view the activity, and then click on
"edit" to roll it over.
*QUESTIONS/PROBLEMS WITH POSTING:*
The updated posting form is easy to use. However, please contact
iap-www at mit.edu for any questions or posting problems.
We look forward to you group's participation in IAP, and providing you
with any assistance you might need. If you have any questions or
concerns, don't hesitate to contact us at iap-www at mit.edu, or x3-1668.
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