DAAUG, the Denver Area Access Users Group was established in 1994 in order to help Microsoft Access users at all skill levels get the most from Microsoft's Office database product. Still active and going strong, the membership shares current methods and techniques at our monthly interactive labs, general meetings and special events. DAAUG is dedicated to helping everyone involved with Microsoft Access improve their database skills and understanding. Whether you are a novice user or advanced developer, there is a place for you in the Denver Area Access Users Group.
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DAAUG is member-supported. Your annual memebership fee helps to pay for website and email hosting, social media accounts like Meetup, Christmas Holiday Party food and drink, and other recurring expenses.
Membership benefits include participation in the prize drawings at the monthly general meetings, and all you can eat and drink at our annual Christmas Holiday Party. Members also receive email notifications and meeting reminders. All board members and volunteers must be members.
Annual membership dues are $30. Please bring your dues to the next general meeting. Thank you for supporting your local Microsoft Access community!
In addition to this website, DAAUG maintains a number of access points on the web.
AccessUserGroups.org (AUG) is a Microsoft Access community effort to extend user involvement beyond "brick and mortar" user groups. DAAUG has jumped in with both feet, becoming the first non-virtual user group to be a part of AUG. At the DAAUG page on AUG, you may view video recordings of past meetings, and even watch a meeting live, if you are unable to attend. Check out our page at AUG for more information!
The DAAUG Board of Directors is responsible for the running of the user group, both strategic planning and operational. Three board members are specified in the group's bylaws, with two at-large positions to meet the five-person requirement as stated.
Volunteers are the life-blood of DAAUG. They keep things going on a regular basis, and help serve members in a variety of ways. If you'd like to volunteer, please contact a board member at a general meeting.
|Communications Director||Art Bailey|