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AAPOR
The leading association
of public opinion and
survey research professionals
American Association for Public Opinion Research

Conference Platform

How to Access the Conference Platform

If you registered for the AAPOR 76th Annual Conference, you should have received an email with instructions for accessing our virtual conference platform, Pathable. The email was sent from no-reply [at] pathable [dot] com to the email address you used to register for the conference.

If you do not see this email in your inbox, please check your junk and spam folders. If you use Gmail, please check your "Promotions" tab. If you did not receive the email, please contact us.

If you've already created a login for the virtual conference platform, you can access it here.
 

How to Use the Conference Platform

For information on how to create your profile; build your agenda; and meet with ‎exhibitors, sponsors, and other attendees see the Attendee Technical Guidelines
 
AAPOR Conference Information Session: How to Get the Most Out of the ‎‎Conference
Monday, May 10, 12:00 – 1:30 pm EDT

This session provides an ‎overview of the conference and a “how to” ‎guided tour of the conference ‎platform. Look for the recording on the session page in the agenda. ‎

Sustaining Sponsors

Westat

Platinum Sponsors

ReconMR
RTI

Gold Sponsors

Abt Associates
D3 Systems, Inc.
Marketing Systems Group
NORC

Silver Sponsors

AIR
EdChoice
ICF
Ipsos Public Affairs, LLC
Ironwood Insights Group, LLC
Lucid
Qualtrics
Voxco

Exhibitors

ASDE
Oxford University Press
Precision Research
Promark Research
Stata

Notice to Federal Employees

The Annual AAPOR Conference conforms to the OPM definition of a “developmental assignment.” It is intended for educational purposes; over three quarters of time schedule is for planned, organized exchange of information between presenters and audience, thereby qualifying under section 4101 of title 5, United States Code as a training activity. The AAPOR Conference is a collaboration in the scientific community, whose objectives are to provide a training opportunity to attendees; teach the latest methodology and approaches to survey research best practices; make each attendee a better survey researcher, and; maintain and improve professional survey competency.