Concurrent Sessions

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A Concurrent Session is a 60-minute session that could be in the form of presentation, case study, discussion, panel or step-by-step presentation. The majority of concurrent sessions at SRAI meetings typically fit in this category and form the core of conference offerings. Presenters are encouraged to use active learning techniques to engage audiences, distribute materials and respond to follow-up requests for more information. The concurrent sessions are marked with an "M," "T," or "W" for the day of the week that they are presented, followed by the time slot. 

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