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registration is a multi-part form. To register any part you must first submit Registration
Form 1. Form 1 registers your identity, comprised of your full name, E-mail address and a
personal password that you specify, so that only you can create a new registration, or
revise a previous registration that you submitted in the past. Parts 1 and 2 are required
to become registered with ALP. Parts 3 through 7 are optional.
Information about the Registry and Registration Forms
ALP - Personal
Identification and Password Registration Form (required) - To create
a new registration, or revisions of your existing registration data - Your identification
consisting of Full name, E-mail address, and Password
ALP - Personal
Information Registration Form
(required) - Mailing address, and other contact information. Street address,
Telephone and Fax numbers are optional fields. - Modified October 29, 2001
ALP - AUTODIN
Training History Registration Form
(optional) - Specify
AUTODIN training schools attended, location, course providers, courses attended, and
ALP - Job History
and TimeLine Registration Form
(optional) - Section
assignments, Title(s), Employer(s), Location(s), "From" and "To"
years - Also, you can optionally list your employment "Timeline"
documenting major events during your tenure in AUTODIN.
ALP - Other
Interests and Comments Registration Form
(optional) - Free form
entry fields for listing other personal interests, e.g. hobbies, sports, collections etc.,
and for posting comments about your career in AUTODIN.
ALP - Submit Content for Publication Registration
(optional) - Selection
of content type about AUTODIN - historical, technical, management and overview papers and
publications, that you may or can submit for publication on ALP. either authored by you or
written by others (with permission to publish)
ALP - Volunteer
(optional) - Select
volunteer position(s) in such service areas as the governing body, steering committee(s),
remote web page editing, news reporting (past and present), web page designer, and/or
mirror site hosting. Positions where you believe you can provide a service, or
assistance in managing the ACNet, and the ALP and other related web sites.
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