||A User's Guide to MicroPAVER #1: MicroPAVER for the New User
This is part of the "A User's Guide to Micro PAVER - Series" series, which also included the following events:
* A User's Guide to MicroPAVER #2: Inspections: The Most Frequently Repeated Tasks in PAVER
* A User's Guide to MicroPAVER #3: Effective Use of System Tables
* A User's Guide to MicroPAVER #4: Practical Aspects of Prediction Modeling
March 30, 2006
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||A User’s Guide to MicroPaver
A four-part webcast series coming in 2006: March 30, April 13, April 27, May 11
Both new and existing users will find this 4-part webcast series on the capabilities and functionalities of the MicroPaver pavement management system a not to be missed opportunity!
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MicroPAVER for the New User
If you are a new user of MicroPAVER or you are thinking about purchasing it, this program is for you! Current users may also learn about features of the software that you are not using to their utmost capabilities. This program will be a brief introduction to:
Features and tools
Setting up a database
Populating the inventory
Building predictive models
Running work plans
Bringing in shape files
||Scott J. McDonald
Scott J. McDonald, Director and MicroPAVER Trainer, Technical Assistance Center, Office of Continuing Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
In his role as Director, Technical Assistance Center, University of Illinois, Scott J. McDonald interfaces with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Construction Engineering Research Lab (CERL) in Champaign Illinois, where he is involved in software development, testing, and training. His lab related activities include working with both developers and users of a series of engineering software systems to provide a flow of vital information in both directions.
Scott travels across the country providing training and implementation assistance to airports, municipalities, military installations, private corporations, and consultants for a wide variety of software users including MicroPAVER.
Scott's educational background includes a B.S. degree in Computer Science, an M.B.A., and he is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Colorado State University, in the field of Organizational Performance and Change.