Academic Advising Resources

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by George Steele 2016 Technology currently exists to flip the way we practice academic advising.  A "flipped advising" approach is ...

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Posted in: Approaches
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Visit additional Resources on Working with Undocumented Students  by Leonor L.  Wangensteen University of Notre Dame 2017   The stea...

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undocumented, dreamers
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Advising Administrators' and Academic Advisors' Perceptions of Group Dynamics in the Workplace 2003 Results --------------------------------------...

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Posted in: Research
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See also, Parent resources Advisors and Parents: Together Building Stronger Advising Relationships Authored by: Mark D. Menezes 2005 Intro...

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FERPA, parents, privacy, working with parents
Posted in: Advising Students
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Women in Higher Education face unique challenges.  In this article an experienced woman administrator discusses those challenges and ways to meet them.

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gender, women, higher education, challenges
Posted in: Administration
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Vocational Degree to Bachelors: A Program to Improve Access to 4-Year Degrees for All Community College Students Authored by: Terese Pratt & Nat...

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transfer, graduation, advisors, vocational, AAS, degree completion
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An overview on the importance of values and culture in ethical decision making.

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advising, ethics, culture, values, ethical issues
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An overview of ways technology can be used for student evaluation and program assessment.

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technology, evaluation, assessment, curriculum development, taxonomies
Posted in: Technology
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There are many uses but principally CAS Standards are used as a template for establishing or assessing an academic advising program on a campus or in a particular department. For those seeking to establish an academic advising program the CAS Standards and Guidelines provide a template for implementing and addressing the necessary components to run a quality academic advising program.

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assessment, guidelines, CAS, pillars, Advancement, Standards, Council
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The Cash connection: Understanding the role of financial aid in academic advising

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financial aid, money management, student loans
Posted in: Advising Students
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