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What To Do With All This Data? Using Competency Assessment For Advising, Rachel A. Guimond, Hillary Cole Apr 2019

What To Do With All This Data? Using Competency Assessment For Advising, Rachel A. Guimond, Hillary Cole

Scholar Week 2016 - present

While assessment serves a critical role in providing direction for program development, student outcome data can also foster individual growth. This presentation will explore the existing research on different advising models and the ONU Social Work Program’s system for using assessment for accreditation to advise students toward professional growth.


Effective Communication In Academia: It Goes Both Ways!, Domenick J. Pinto Mar 2019

Effective Communication In Academia: It Goes Both Ways!, Domenick J. Pinto

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

This workshops explores both the positive and negative aspects of communication with faculty, staff and administration. It emphasizes the effectiveness of GOOD communication skills as well as the dangers of MISCOMMUNICATION. Case studies, audience participation, and excerpts from literature on the topic will be presented.


Administrative Chairs And Decision Making, Dean J. Laury Ed.D Mar 2019

Administrative Chairs And Decision Making, Dean J. Laury Ed.D

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Presenter and participants will discuss decision-making strategies and best practices via case studies available to chairs (new or veterans) to support the decision making process within department operations.


The Hbcu Connection: A Digital Collection Of Black Isu Alumni From The Early 20th Century, Shaina V. Destine Mar 2018

The Hbcu Connection: A Digital Collection Of Black Isu Alumni From The Early 20th Century, Shaina V. Destine

Iowa State Conference on Race and Ethnicity (ISCORE)

Iowa State University is unique in that it was always an integrated institution. However, despite this fact, the only well-known Black ISU alums are George Washington Carver and Jack Trice. Iowa State University has a long history of black alumni who are educated here and go on to serve in high-ranking and/or high-impact positions at historically black colleges & universities (HBCUs). This digital collection is an aggregation of information that highlights Black alumni from 1911-1948 and follows their prestigious careers after leaving Iowa State. The website is designed to be innovative for current and future researchers as well as a ...


Developing Educational Sessions For Faculty, Staff, And Students, Kristin-Ann G. Beck Oct 2017

Developing Educational Sessions For Faculty, Staff, And Students, Kristin-Ann G. Beck

Conference Presentations

In this session, participants will learn strategies for successful sessions to engage faculty, staff, and students into external funding. I will provide participants with the basics of how to develop sessions, ways to engage attendees, and some ideas that really worked, and others that didn’t work.


2.0 Academic Management: "Disruptive Innovation" For The 21st Century, Don Chu Jul 2017

2.0 Academic Management: "Disruptive Innovation" For The 21st Century, Don Chu

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

This workshop will focus on assisting educational leaders to re-imagine academic departments and how they are managed in the 21st Century. Re-imagining the academic department will strengthen them as the foundation upon which college and university change may be built. Led by the chair and the faculty-administrative leadership team, departments will be primarily responsible to set and reach their goals, as well as manage their own resources and professional development. Themes that will be discussed include curriculum development, course schedules, student services, personnel and ‘political’ issues, department resources and more.


Department Leadership In Action: Enhancing Your Leadership And Academic Team, Dr. Walter H. Gmelch Jul 2017

Department Leadership In Action: Enhancing Your Leadership And Academic Team, Dr. Walter H. Gmelch

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

This workshop will explore four key leadership questions: what is an academic leader and why should you serve; how to develop as a leader; how long is long enough to serve; and what legacy will you leave? Participants will develop strategies for effectively developing your team through shared leadership, consensual decision-making, constructive conflict, collegiality and more. The workshop also includes a discussion of exploring the “road less traveled,” managing transitions to and from academic leadership.


Information Literacy In Higher Education: Now More Than Ever, Sharon A. Weiner May 2017

Information Literacy In Higher Education: Now More Than Ever, Sharon A. Weiner

Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

Dr. Weiner will offer an overview of information literacy issues present in society that result from lack of attention to it in educational systems. She will discuss ways to position academic libraries to strengthen librarians’ roles as essential educators, and will provide talking points for making convincing cases for information literacy with faculty and administrators.


Recruiting International Master's-Level Students: Research And Good Practices, Paul Schumann, Aaron D. Clevenger, Shelby L. Cearley, Raymond Lutsky Apr 2017

Recruiting International Master's-Level Students: Research And Good Practices, Paul Schumann, Aaron D. Clevenger, Shelby L. Cearley, Raymond Lutsky

Aaron D. Clevenger

The presentation highlights new research on how international master’s-level students from different countries decide which schools to apply with a focus on how institutions can leverage this information to improve their outreach and recruitment efforts.  This is followed by a panel discussion on good practices led by international recruitment experts.
 


Rethinking Cultural Competence: The Chair's Leadership Role, Edna Chun Mar 2017

Rethinking Cultural Competence: The Chair's Leadership Role, Edna Chun

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

The seminar would focus on the ways that department chairs can strengthen the attainment of cultural competence through curricular offerings, course-based service learning, and faculty development.


Critical Questions Related To The Influence Of Academic Advising On Student Success: Setting A Research Agenda, Wendy Troxel Mar 2017

Critical Questions Related To The Influence Of Academic Advising On Student Success: Setting A Research Agenda, Wendy Troxel

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

Academic leaders, faculty, and academic advisers are uniquely positioned to describe complex scenarios related to student success that need further systematic examination and analysis. This highly interactive session will engage participants in a brainstorming and consensus-building activity to generate a list of "critical questions" in related to the relationship between academic advising and student success that leads to meaningful research across disciplinary contexts and partnerships. The resulting document will be useful to faculty and staff who desire to engage in research that will inform the scholarship of advising and implications for advising practice in all levels of higher education.


Succeeding With Problem Faculty: A 6-Step Guide, Kent Crookston Mar 2017

Succeeding With Problem Faculty: A 6-Step Guide, Kent Crookston

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

In Crookston’s recent national survey, 3,000 academic leaders identified “dealing with problem faculty” as the issue with which they most wanted help; it was their stand-alone top concern. Problem colleagues in any organization include bullies, jerks, passive-aggressives, poor performers, and those who are psychologically distressed. Crookston draws from best-selling business and leadership literature, and presents six calculated steps for effectively dealing with a challenging colleague. Participants leave this workshop with sound practical guidance on how to act when things go wrong, but more importantly how to ensure that things go right.


Migrating To The Cloud: Pepperdine Libraries At Web Scale, Michael Dula, Gan Ye Mar 2014

Migrating To The Cloud: Pepperdine Libraries At Web Scale, Michael Dula, Gan Ye

Gan Ye

No abstract provided.


Flipping Our Website, Pat Reid Jan 2014

Flipping Our Website, Pat Reid

Teaching and Learning Technologies Presentations

Purdue's IT website has a section on instructional technologies, which includes a lot of information about the services we provide. For faculty who know what service they want, this approach works well; however, often we find faculty do not know where to start. Recently, we launched a new companion site, focused on faculty issues and pedagogies that lead to technology use. This session will invite participants to explore the site and provide feedback.


Ethics And Analytics: Limits Of Knowledge And A Horizon Of Opportunity, James E. Willis Iii, Matthew D. Pistilli Oct 2013

Ethics And Analytics: Limits Of Knowledge And A Horizon Of Opportunity, James E. Willis Iii, Matthew D. Pistilli

Teaching and Learning Technologies Presentations

The realms of academic and learning analytics are in need of ethical frameworks to address issues associated with student autonomy, information confidentiality, and predictive modeling. This interactive session will involve small-group discussion surrounding a frontier of ethics and its contribution to innovation in and use of new analytics systems.


Understanding High-Achieving African American Students, John A. Gipson Jr. Apr 2013

Understanding High-Achieving African American Students, John A. Gipson Jr.

John A Gipson Jr., M.Ed.

No abstract provided.


Library As Partner: Ir Collaborations On Campus And In The Community, David Evans Jan 2013

Library As Partner: Ir Collaborations On Campus And In The Community, David Evans

David Evans

Libraries are forming strategic partnerships on and off campus - with faculty, research institutes, community organizations, and scholarly associations. Repositories are playing a key role in facilitating these new relationships by enabling libraries to offer new and valuable services to these constituencies. This presentation describes the ways that the Sturgis Library at Kennesaw State University has used both journal and conference publishing services to foster these partnerships.


Farther Faster, Stuart Wasilowski Sep 2012

Farther Faster, Stuart Wasilowski

Stuart Wasilowski

No abstract provided.


The Online Disinhibition Effect And Its Impact On The E-Learning Environment, Monica Brooks Aug 2012

The Online Disinhibition Effect And Its Impact On The E-Learning Environment, Monica Brooks

Monica Brooks

No abstract provided.


Pathways Through Higher Education – From Admissions To Graduate Outcomes, Daniel Edwards Feb 2012

Pathways Through Higher Education – From Admissions To Graduate Outcomes, Daniel Edwards

Dr Daniel Edwards

No abstract provided.


Transformational Leadership, Stuart M. Wasilowski Dec 2011

Transformational Leadership, Stuart M. Wasilowski

Stuart Wasilowski

Transformational leaders look for potential motives in followers. The leader seeks to address higher level needs, and engages the full person of the follower (Stewart, 2006 p. 4). The result of this leadership is a mutual relationship The result converts followers to leaders and leaders into moral agents (Stewart, 2006).


Breaking Down Barriers To Empower Alliances, Stuart Wasilowski Aug 2011

Breaking Down Barriers To Empower Alliances, Stuart Wasilowski

Stuart Wasilowski

No abstract provided.


Using An Ir To Enhance The Undergraduate Experience, David Evans, Laura Burtle Jun 2011

Using An Ir To Enhance The Undergraduate Experience, David Evans, Laura Burtle

David Evans

In this session, our keynote speaker, David Evans, Assistant Vice President for Library Services at Kennesaw State University, will provide a senior administrator’s viewpoint on the role of IR’s in the undergraduate experience. Laura Burtle, Associate Dean and University Librarian for Learning and Technology Initiatives at Georgia State University, will share a first-hand account of how Institutional Repositories are being used to publish and promote student journals, theses, and other undergraduate research. David Stout, Sales Director for Digital Commons, will emcee the event.


Enabling Building Efficiency: The New York City Urban Technology Innovation Center, Timothy P. Cross Ph.D May 2011

Enabling Building Efficiency: The New York City Urban Technology Innovation Center, Timothy P. Cross Ph.D

Timothy P Cross

No abstract provided.


Migrating To The Cloud: Pepperdine Libraries At Web Scale, Michael W. Dula, Gan Ye Jan 2011

Migrating To The Cloud: Pepperdine Libraries At Web Scale, Michael W. Dula, Gan Ye

Michael W. Dula

No abstract provided.


Libguides For Information Literacy At Johnson & Wales: Leadership, Rosita E. Hopper Oct 2009

Libguides For Information Literacy At Johnson & Wales: Leadership, Rosita E. Hopper

Library Staff Publications

This set of power point slides accompanied a talk given by Rosie Hopper to a seminar for independent school librarians, which took place on October 1, 2009 at the Lyrasis New England headquarters in Southborough, Massachusetts.


Creating A Culture Of Community-Based Learning, Timothy P. Cross Ph.D. Jul 2009

Creating A Culture Of Community-Based Learning, Timothy P. Cross Ph.D.

Timothy P Cross

No abstract provided.


The Online Disinhibition Effect And Its Impact On The E-Learning Environment, Monica Brooks Jul 2009

The Online Disinhibition Effect And Its Impact On The E-Learning Environment, Monica Brooks

Librarian Research

No abstract provided.


Science And Engineering In The Columbia Core Curriculum, Timothy P. Cross Ph.D Feb 2009

Science And Engineering In The Columbia Core Curriculum, Timothy P. Cross Ph.D

Timothy P Cross

No abstract provided.


We're Looking For A Few Good Students, Charles G. Eberly Jan 2009

We're Looking For A Few Good Students, Charles G. Eberly

Charles G. Eberly

This is a PowerPoint used at several different regional student affairs graduate fairs to recruit new students to graduate study.