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UH Advising System Workshop 2011

UH Advising System Workshop 2011
October 14, 2011
Honolulu, HI

Dedicated to my Learning Network Mentors & PLN.

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    • Why NetworkedAdvising MattersUniversity of Hawaii Advisor System Workshop Laura Pasquini October 2011
    • http://bit.ly/UHAdvising2011
    • about.me/laurapasquini
    • Aloha!
    • [Eh?]
    • Don’t forget to write! [Or just send me an e-mail so your mother doesn’t worry!]
    • Where In The World is Laura?
    • Map Your Own: inmaps.linkedinlabs.com
    • Connecting to an Advising Network
    • Why do advisingnetworks matter?
    • Why are we rethinking advising?How can advisors make connections to students, faculty & staff? How do advising networks support sustainable advising practices?
    • Connect
    • Networks have always existed.
    • “... networks reconfigure themselves in real-time, on a global local scale, andpermeate all domains of social life. This iswhy we live in a network society, not in an information society or a knowledge society.” Castells, 2004
    • Dr. Alec Couros eci831.wikispaces.com@courosa & #eci831
    • Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) • Mentors • Challenges • Listens • Educates • Shares • EngagesYouTube Video: PLN Functions
    • Who or What Connects You? Flickr photo c/o hoodlumper
    • Community
    • HigherEducation as weknow it ischanging.
    • We Need to Break Down Silos in Higher Ed Flickr photo c/o dsearls
    • PLEs & PLNs
    • dailyshoot.com
    • Real time information, feedback and news.http://search.twitter.com
    • http://www.utexas.edu/staff/aca/
    • Community Around A Hashtag
    • Question for #AcAdv:
    • Answer
    • Answer
    • #AcAdv Chat•Tuesdays 12-1 pm CST•Facebook Page•Follow @AcAdvChat•#AcAdv Chat Blog & Archives•http://acadvchat.posterous.com•
    • Collaboration Flickr photo c/o furiousgeorge81
    • 35wordle.net
    • Podcasting
    • Share
    • A Little Help With the Social Web• community• share• collaborate• web-based• interaction• user-centered• design•
    • NACADA EO Social Media Bootcamp
    • nacada.wordpress.com
    • #NACADA11 & #AcAdv Tweet Up
    • http://bit.ly/NACADA11TweetUp
    • http://tweetchat.com/room/acadv
    • Be Open
    • #nacada11
    • nacada11p6.pbworks.com
    • http://www.slideshare.net/ucanatunt
    • Don’t Be A Sharing Fail Whale.
    • Peer Mentoring for Advising utscace.blogspot.com
    • “Quick” Questions facebook.com/utscace
    • Advising Supporthttp://gradefirstaid.wordpress.com/
    • Grow
    • A Professional Development Plan
    • Common reading & discussion google.com/reader
    • delicious.com
    • P.S. Things Change on the Social Web [NEW Beta Delicious] delicious.com
    • Creatinga List ofAdvisors
    • Lists, pages, groups & feeds... OH MY!
    • Filter your interests. hootsuite.com
    • Ask orRespond to aQuestion
    • Advising Reflectionundecidedlyadvising.blogspot.com
    • Focus
    • Learner Centered Advising
    • “Community cannot for long feed on itself; it can only flourish with the comingof others from beyond, their unknown and undiscovered brothers [and sisters].” Howard Thurman
    • Participation =
    • http://youtu.be/aXV-yaFmQNkEngaged Learning
    • c/o Alec Couros
    • c/o Alec Couros
    • So What Can We Learn From Advisor Networks?
    • Cultivate your advisor networks for smooth sailing.
    • It’s Okay to Share. [No Really. It is]
    • The sky is the limit when we are open.
    • Building relationships supportssustainable advising practices.
    • We need to put our learners first.