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OU Analytics User Group

The OU Analytics tool provides IEEE volunteer access to member data. It replaces SAMIEEE which was sunset in May. The OU Analytics User Group was formed to facilitate discussions among users, identify the top issues affecting user productivity, and provide a communication path between users and IEEE staff working to improve OU Analytics. The user group is currently meeting twice a month via WebEx. Meeting notes are published in the "IEEE OU Analytics" group in IEEE Collabratec. If you are interested in participating, contact Chris Gunning (cgunning@ieee.org) or Larry Hamerman (l.hamerman@ieee.org).

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