Mastering the Space and Facilities Database (SFDB)
Thursday, April 4, 2013
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
(Lobby/Phone line opens 10 minutes prior to live webcast; No participants will be admitted after 10:03 AM)
This webcast session will provide an overview of the basic concepts of the Space and Facilities Database (SFDB) and the SFDB update process. The session will also cover the following topics:
- Explanation of SFDB and update process
- How Academic Planning Database relates to SFDB and campus capital planning entitlements
- How campus can analyze space updates with capital planning tools
- Brief review of Private Use reporting
- How to use the SFDB resource
This training program is designed for campus space coordinators and staff who have been, or will be, directly or indirectly involved in making space and facilities updates.
- Theresa Tsik, Associate Facility Planner, Office of the Chancellor
- Eric Chan, Space Analyst, Office of the Chancellor
Registration closes Thursday, March 21, 2013. You will receive an email by Monday, March 25 confirming your registration and the webcast link.
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