IQCP Recertification descriptions and activity logs
Category 7: Publishing / Presenting Conference Papers
Credit is given for authoring/presenting or co-authoring/co-presenting an IQ-related paper at a professional or academic conference during your Recertification Period.
- Authoring/presenting a paper earns 4 RCs.
- Co-authoring/co-presenting a paper earns 2.5 RCs.
- Authoring and presenting one paper (4 RCs) and co-authoring and presenting another paper (2.50 RCs) during your three-year Recertification Period earns you a total of 6.5 RCs.
Proof of Content:
- Proof of course content requires a copy of one of the following: Course Flyer, Description Sheet, or Course Outline/Syllabus. (Must show Proof of paper content requires a copy of the Paper Abstract and a list of IQ-related topics.
Proof of Publication / Presentatoin:
- Proof of having published and/or presented an accepted paper requires a copy of one of the following: Program Guide, Program Outline/Schedule. (Must show conference name, author(s)/presenter(s) name(s), paper title and description, and conference dates.)
- Credit for attending conferences is given under Category 1.
- Credit for publishing books is given under Category 6.
- Credit for publishing journal articles, white papers, reports and blogs is given under Category 8.
- Credit for teaching non-college/university education courses, above and beyond your regular job duties is given under Category 9.
Activity Log Example:
|Presentation Title:||Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Information & Data Quality|
|Link to Presentation Info:||http://www.[website].com|
|Conference Name:||IDQ 2013|
|Conference Location:||Little Rock, AK USA|
|Author Name(s):||Jonathan Doe|
|Contribution:||Author/Presenter ✔ Co-Author/Co-Presenter|
|Publication Date:||2011-11-06||# RCs Claimed:||4.00|