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Posted in: Advising Students
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The name/face recollection is valuable in nearly every field but poses one of the greatest challenges to advisors' memories.

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memory, remembering names, remembering faces, memory tricks, memory aids
Posted in: Academic Support
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Maslow, Meaning and Me: A Theorist's Guide to Advising Administration.

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theory, Maslow, student development, advising administration
Posted in: Advising Theory
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Article explaining one college's way of marketing advising services to faculty. 

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campus, marketing, promoting
Posted in: Administration
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Managing Electronic Communication Technologies for More Effective Advising George Steele and Anita L. Carter 2002   Introduction Th...

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Managing Electronic Communication Technologies, repetitive requests, FAQ, email templates, voicemail
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Overview on advising male students.

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men, at risk, Males, boys
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An overview of legal issues for academic advisors.

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Legal issues, FERPA, law, due process
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An overview on incorporating learning theory into academic advising.

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theories, approaches, academic advising, O'Banion, Crookston, learning theory
Posted in: Advising Theory
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If advising is teaching, then learning style matters. Learning style can be described as the way individuals perceive and interpret reality or acquire and organize information.

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academic support, learning styles, advising as teaching
Posted in: Academic Support
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