Tim Lloyd Analyzes Patterns over 40 Years of AFS Annual Meeting Programs

AFS News, Annual Meeting News

Tim Lloyd, Executive Director of AFS from 2001 to 2018, recently published a guest post on Jason Baird Jackson’s Shreds and Patches describing how the Annual Meeting program has shifted over the years, measured by the types of sessions presented. Members are often curious as to which elements change and which elements stay the same year after year; Lloyd’s analysis of five sample meetings over a 40-year span lends concrete insight into the changes in paper sessions, workshops and forums, media sessions, plenary sessions, and business sessions.

You can read Lloyd’s post here. Readers are encouraged to explore the repository in Indiana University ScholarWorks to examine other patterns in AFS’s institutional history.

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