eTutorials: 3.5 Week Online Learning Experiences

Interested in learning about academic advising in a guided, online format with experienced NACADA moderators?  

The eTutorials introduce participants to key concepts in academic advising including current foundational theories and practices from top scholars and practitioners in the field of academic advising and higher education. The eTutorials will offer participants short-term, readily-available, introductory online learning about the field of academic advising. 

Please direct questions to Elisa Shaffer in the Executive Office, elshaffer@ksu.edu or 785-532-5717, about how the eTutorials can shape your professional development planning (whether individual, office, or institution)! 

** Click on the links on the left-hand menu or on the titles below for information about cost, registration, and computer specifications for each eTutorial.

NACADA Spring eTutorial Offerings


eTutorial Dates Registration Closes Register
Advising Undecided Students February 5 - 29 February 2 Register Now
Research 101: Introduction to Scholarly Inquiry February 5 - 29 February 2 Register Now
Theory & Practice of Advising February 5 - 29 February 2 Register Now
UNDOCU Advising: Working with DACA, Undocumented, & DREAM Students February 5 - 29 February 2 Register Now
Advising Undecided Students March 4 - 28 March 1 Register Now
Creating Online Professional Development using the NACADA Core Competencies March 4 - 28 March 1 Register Now
Creating Peer Advising Programs March 4 - 28 March 1 Register Now
Theory and Practice of Advising March 4 - 28 March 1 Register Now

*All spring offerings are available for registration on their individual pages

Participant Feedback

  • Great class! Loved how it was organized and especially loved the rubrics for each assignment. It made it very clear what the expectations were. Thank you.

  • Thanks for the opportunity. The course was extremely beneficial!

  • The discussion of various theories related to advising and how they can be translated into practice with students was most beneficial. It allowed me to take the knowledge gained into my advising sessions.

  • The concept of using developmental academic advising as a strategy not a theory. The readings and assignments really engaged me in the course material and provided a context for my work as a scholar-practitioner. Additionally, the assignments and discussion forums enabled me to gain a deeper understanding of the practical implications of academic advising (when using theory to inform practice).

  • I really placed great value on the feedback Dr. Steele provided me during this tutorial. It was insightful, positive and reaffirming (in terms of transferable skills to academic advising). Additionally, the feedback and questions he posed led me to digging deeper and thinking through the concepts that we were learning.

  • Jennifer [Joslin] was professional and outstanding in all her communication with me. Clear, direct, encouraging