The 2004 workshop was held in December at Okanagan University College in Kelowna, B.C.
Training Handouts and Materials
Maxine is creating a treasure map.
Mike thinks that he found it.
Jean hopes that MS Windows does not crash on her Crash Course.
Susan, Elizabeth and Doug are deep in concentration.
Speak to the hand, Doug.
Jean looks for Mike’s weight variable.
Leah, Walter, Bernie and Marie-Josee debate the quality of the wine.
The Statistics Canada website employs international icon standards.
Michelle’s Mom, Michelle and Sage enjoy a good story.
Sage was born to blog.
Daniel and Gail look for more answers.
Doug signals its time to stop.
Gwen explains the halo over Garth’s head.
Ross and Natalie.
Chuck needs a map to find where he is.
Laine revisits the scene of the accident.
Another international icon on the Statistics Canada website.
Garth keying in dinner choices for everyone.
Mike is driving Anna to drink.
Pam and Marie-Josee start their own collection of glasses.
Peter tells Gwen what he wants for Christmas.
Peter’s prayers are answered!
Sharon dangles a bright, shiny object in front of the panel.
Katy ignores the male scrum in the corner.
Sage uses a pole for support to give her report.
Karen, Mary and Jean discuss the finer points about weight variables.
Michelle and Gail prepare to compute.
The scene of the accident.
Garth accepts his award as outstanding Data Librarian of the year.
Susan and Maxine approve of the reception.
Elizabeth stresses the importance of pleasing directors while Garth ducks.
Never take your eye off the glass.
Garth has Laine in stitches.
Marie-Josee gets in a word about DDI.
Under which glass did he hide the pea?
Walter reads the fine print.
Mary reports her team’s findings.
Linda, Christine and Leah enjoy a break.
Mike’s new diet.
Gwen and Sharon compare notes.
Anna found all of the answers.
Sage, Chuck and Karen experiment with a visual wiki.
Chuck dishes it out to Marilyn.
Michelle warns the class to remember the semi-colon.
Laura, Garth and Chuck enjoy the floor show.
Laine interprets statistics.
Sharon, Garth, Gwen, Elizabeth and Marilyn contribute to shifting sands.
Daniel found his answers on the Statistics Canada website.
Raye counts the number of glasses she has had for Winnie.
One more step and Laine won’t be the only one with stitches.
Laurie locates the treasure on Maxine’s map.
Bernie makes his point using crime.
Elizabeth can’t believe Walter’s choice of dinner.
Laine draws a diagram of a lump on the white board.
Mike and Sharon collaborate.
Vicki provides insider tips!
Using email to send Santa Christmas wish lists.
Gail gets down to business.
As an original wiki sister, Karen knows how to furl.
Peter prays that the GIS exercise will work.
Marie-Josee and Winnie are startled by Sage’s yoga techniques.
Lee and Peter compare notes while maps emerge on monitors.
Doug provides the entertainment.
Walter’s mass storage devices.
Christine, Linda and Marilyn are enjoying the entertainment.
Yes, those are stitches!
Daniel, Peter, Will and Doug start a collection of PetroCan glasses.
Bernie balances a poinsettia on his head.
Does the wine sparkle?
Jean, Maxine and Karen enjoy refreshments at the reception.