All of the session from PDC content is also available online to anyone, for free, for six full months. For more information, refer to this blog post http://blogs.msdn.com/mswanson/archive/2005/10/24/484434.aspx. There are a few sessions that are interesting from the Access perspective:

OFF307: “Access 12”: Developing Collaboration Solutions with “Access 12” and Windows SharePoint Services “v3”"
Speaker: ME – Broad overview of many new features.


OFF201: “Office 12”: Introduction to the Programmable Customization Model for the “Office 12” User Experience (Part 1)"
Speaker: Jensen Harris – explains the philosophy behind the new UI and the ribbon changes.


OFF302: “Office 12”: Developing with the Programmable Customization Model for the “Office 12” User Experience (Part 2)"
Speaker: Savraj Dhanjal – explains how to customize the new UI.


OFF310: "Windows SharePoint Services: Developing Collaboration and Tracking Applications"
Speaker: Mike Morton – explains many of the changes to WSS that can be used while building Access applications with WSS link tables.


OFF417: Visual Studio Tools for Office “v3”: Creating Office Application Customizations"
Speaker: Andrew Whitechapel – details around how to develop managed task panes and addins for Office including Access


OFF415: "Windows SharePoint Services: Developing Custom Workflows"
Speakers: George Hatoun; Pravin Indurkar – details about workflow that can be used while building applications with WSS. Access will have hooks for working with WSS workflow.


Last, if you don’t read the blog post, know that you can right-click on the speaker video, choose Play Speed, then Fast to watch the presentations at a higher speeds.

Clint