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Engaging online students beyond the advising process.

Engaging online students beyond the advising process.

Nacada Region 4 Miami 2014

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Engaging online students beyond the advising process. Engaging online students beyond the advising process. Presentation Transcript

  • Presented by: Sharriette Finley Jeanna Chapman Georgia Perimeter College Coordinators for Student SuccessNACADA Region 4 ConferenceFlorida International University, Miami, FLMarch 13, 2012
  • Georgia Perimeter CollegeOnline Campus  GPC Online is currently the largest online program within the University System of Georgia (USG).  Online enrollment is currently over 10,000 students.  More than 3,500 students per semester take classes totally online.
  • Online Advising and ConnectingIn the Beginning… Face-to-face Telephone gpcol@gpc.edu Email blasts
  • Engaging the Online Learner  GPC Online Website  Online Student Services  Advisement Request Form  Request for Assistance Form  Online Tutoring Services  Online Student Success Course  Online Student Success Series
  • GPC Online Website
  • Online Campus Advising Forms  Advisement Request Form  Empowers students to assume responsibility for information about major & graduation requirements  Assists in identifying the students needs as it pertains to academic success  Academic Plan 1. An opportunity to assess strengths and identify where growth is needed. 2. A tool used to help students clearly define goals for academic success. 3. Helps students to determine what subjects motivate them.  Request for Assistance Used for all other problem resolutions Issues with Admissions, Registration, Enrollment, Financial Aid, textbooks, and managing activities within iCollege.
  • SMARTHINKINGOnline Tutoring Service Online students have access to five (5) hours per semester. Campus Learning and Tutoring Centers also offer online tutoring in English, Math, and Science.
  • Online Student Success CourseHome Page
  • Online Student Success CourseDiscussion Page
  • Online Student Success CourseSuccess Modules
  • Online Student Success Series Online Library Services Presentation: Using Galileo and other Databases to Perfect Your Papers Thursday, February 16, 2012, 6pm Mary Ann Cullen and Sharriette Finley Online Career Connections Presentation: Social Networking and Your Career Wednesday, March 21, 2012, 6pm Stefanie Wright, Jeanna Chapman, Evonne Jones Online TAG Presentation: TAG, You’re In! Wednesday, April 25, 2012, 6pm Sharriette Finley & Diana Rowe
  • Questions/CommentsContact us: Jeanna Chapman  Jeanna.Chapman@gpc.edu  (678) 891-2814 Sharriette Finley  Sharriette.Finley@gpc.edu  (678) 891-2819