Academic Advising: Supporting Online     Students                  March 20, 2013                 2:00 – 3:30 PM ET    Thi...
Panelist•   Laura Pasquini•   Academic Counselor•   University of North Texas•   Laura.Pasquini@unt.edu•   Follow @laurapa...
Resources from Webinar http://bit.ly/AdvSOSComments or Questions? Tweet with #AdvSOS       Hashtag
Agenda• Overview: Academic Advising & Technology• Emerging Technologies to Engage Students• Get Connected to Advising Stud...
What Does Online Advising to      Mean to YOU?
Are you currently advising online?  How?  What?  Why? When?(Tell Us!)
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Web 2.0#SocialMediaSocial WebNew MediaTransmediaEmergingTech               Image c/o Luke Mahan http://www.flickr.com/phot...
Social MediaDefinition:“A virtual place wherepeople share;everybody andanybody can shareanything anywhereanytime” (Joosten...
The Iceberg Effect          © Mark Smiciklas Intersection Consulting
New Media Ecology Realities•   Media & gadgets are everywhere•   Internet = center of the revolution•   Easy to communicat...
“Focus on connecting with the people, andthe tools will all make        sense.”   ~Chris Brogan                          F...
Principles of ConnectivismGeorge Siemens (http://www.connectivism.ca/):•Being connected•Learning from others•Connecting in...
#edusocmedia                #AcAdv Chat                            #edtech                            #phdchat            ...
Communities of  Practice @nancywhite                 http://www.ewenger.com/theory/                                  Wenge...
There must                                                                                         be others              ...
@catspyjamasnz
From 2013 #sxswEDU   #smHE Session
Digital Advising with Laura…
Flickr photo c/o furiousgeorge81
#ugstJOUR http://ugstjour.wordpress.com/
-You choose your friends-Network-A very social space - family,friends, etc.-You choose “Likes”-Users share content-Groups ...
CriticalThinking
twitter.com
Video Sharing   youtube.com
Presentations & Document Sharing             slideshare.net
Bloggingwordpress.com
Blogs•   Easy to writing and edit•   Integration of other tools•   Short posts – bullets with links•   Dynamic content•   ...
Reflection
Why is Social Important• 95.1% of 18- and 19-year-olds use social media, primarily Facebook  on a daily basis (Salaway, et...
What students are using today.         Facebook usage is nearly         double the closest         network!               ...
Looking Down the Road…
The Direction for Online Advising• Share experiences for effective online advising delivery• Get involved & contribute to ...
The Horizon ReportNew Media Consortiums (NMC) &EDUCAUSE•   annual, research-oriented effort that seeks to    identify & de...
EDUCAUSEhttp://www.educause.edu/•   EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association    whose mission is to advance higher    education...
Student Affairs & Technology                                       ACPA Technology                                      Ad...
Emerging Technology In Advising               Optimize Current                  Resources                                 ...
NACADA’s                                     Technology in                                        Advising                ...
The @NACADA #AdvTech             Commission• Get involved!• #AdvTech Technology in Advising Commission  Sign-up for 2012-1...
Predictions…Technology in advising you might see in the future: • Increased digital advising resources • Mobile & BYOD on ...
How will online delivery shape your   best practices in academic             advising?
A Plan-Based Approach
Impacts for Advising Delivery• Connect to students• Current resources• Academic support in  multiple ways• Out of the box ...
• Consider your student population• Performance Analysis  – Focus (Student View/Perception)  – Capability (Culture)  – Wil...
Online Advising Considerations•   Accessibility•   ADA Compliance•   Campus Environment•   Student Population•   Faculty/S...
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  • 1. Social media = be social 2. Start the conversation Respond to others 3. Give thanks for sharing 4. Pay it forward = the learning 6. Personal branding & identity 7. Keep it up: make time
  • Open source technology Share PowerPoints, PDFs, Word docs, & others Integrate with blog, tweet, LinkedIn, etc. Provides organization
  • Conducting a Performance Analysis: Focus (Institutional Support) Capability (Culture) Will (Change)
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    1. 1. Academic Advising: Supporting Online Students March 20, 2013 2:00 – 3:30 PM ET This presentation is copyrighted and licensed by PaperClip Communications 2013 . This presentation may not be reproduced without permission from PaperClip Communications and presenters. Any alterations made to the presentation are the sole responsibility of the user. PaperClip Communications is not responsible for any revisions made to this PowerPoint file.
    2. 2. Panelist• Laura Pasquini• Academic Counselor• University of North Texas• Laura.Pasquini@unt.edu• Follow @laurapasquini The opinions expressed during today’s event are not necessarily those of PaperClip Communications
    3. 3. Resources from Webinar http://bit.ly/AdvSOSComments or Questions? Tweet with #AdvSOS Hashtag
    4. 4. Agenda• Overview: Academic Advising & Technology• Emerging Technologies to Engage Students• Get Connected to Advising Students Online Exemplars• Current Practices in Online Advising• Wrap Up: Q & A
    5. 5. What Does Online Advising to Mean to YOU?
    6. 6. Are you currently advising online? How? What? Why? When?(Tell Us!)
    7. 7. 7
    8. 8. Web 2.0#SocialMediaSocial WebNew MediaTransmediaEmergingTech Image c/o Luke Mahan http://www.flickr.com/photos/kremovich/4471473109/
    9. 9. Social MediaDefinition:“A virtual place wherepeople share;everybody andanybody can shareanything anywhereanytime” (Joosten,2012, p. 6). From 2013 #sxswEDU #smHE Session
    10. 10. The Iceberg Effect © Mark Smiciklas Intersection Consulting
    11. 11. New Media Ecology Realities• Media & gadgets are everywhere• Internet = center of the revolution• Easy to communicate• Anywhere & anytime• Multitasking is the norm• More change is to come • Adopted from L. Raine (2007) • http://www.pewinternet.org/
    12. 12. “Focus on connecting with the people, andthe tools will all make sense.” ~Chris Brogan Flickr photo c/o hoodlumper
    13. 13. Principles of ConnectivismGeorge Siemens (http://www.connectivism.ca/):•Being connected•Learning from others•Connecting information•Various online interaction•Diverse opinions & ideas•Capacity to know more•Nurturing connections•On-going learning•Making choices & decisions
    14. 14. #edusocmedia #AcAdv Chat #edtech #phdchat #sachat #highered #SocialMedia @tanyajoosten http://tanyajoosten.com/ #edchat
    15. 15. Communities of Practice @nancywhite http://www.ewenger.com/theory/ Wenger, 2006
    16. 16. There must be others ways to support our studentsImage c/o The Out Sourcing Company http://www.theoutsourcingcompany.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/idea.jpg
    17. 17. @catspyjamasnz
    18. 18. From 2013 #sxswEDU #smHE Session
    19. 19. Digital Advising with Laura…
    20. 20. Flickr photo c/o furiousgeorge81
    21. 21. #ugstJOUR http://ugstjour.wordpress.com/
    22. 22. -You choose your friends-Network-A very social space - family,friends, etc.-You choose “Likes”-Users share content-Groups & messages-Fan Pages-Updates on wall-Newsfeed
    23. 23. CriticalThinking
    24. 24. twitter.com
    25. 25. Video Sharing youtube.com
    26. 26. Presentations & Document Sharing slideshare.net
    27. 27. Bloggingwordpress.com
    28. 28. Blogs• Easy to writing and edit• Integration of other tools• Short posts – bullets with links• Dynamic content• Embed photos, video & presentations• Reflective learning• Exploration of ideas• Comments & sharing with community
    29. 29. Reflection
    30. 30. Why is Social Important• 95.1% of 18- and 19-year-olds use social media, primarily Facebook on a daily basis (Salaway, et al., 2009)• 96% of undergraduates reported using Facebook (Smith & Caruso, 2010)• 43% of undergraduate use Twitter (Smith & Caruso, 2010)• 90% use mobile devices to receive and send text messages (Smith, 2010), over 1600 a month (Neilson, 2010)• 92% of college-aged students watch YouTube (Moore, 2011) From 2013 #sxswEDU #smHE Session
    31. 31. What students are using today. Facebook usage is nearly double the closest network! From 2013 #sxswEDU #smHE Session
    32. 32. Looking Down the Road…
    33. 33. The Direction for Online Advising• Share experiences for effective online advising delivery• Get involved & contribute to academic advising initiatives• Review some key digital/online advising resources• Introduce online advising projects examples• Connect you to some savvy online academic advisors
    34. 34. The Horizon ReportNew Media Consortiums (NMC) &EDUCAUSE• annual, research-oriented effort that seeks to identify & describe emerging technologies likely to have considerable impact on teaching, learning, & creative expression within higher education.• Organized to project 1-5 years into the future: o 2005 Report: ubiquitous wireless, intelligent searching, & social networking in the 1-4 year time to significant impact o 2007 Report: mobile phones usage in higher ed and user created content (classify & tag to create & upload) o 2010 Report predicts:  Open Content  Electronic Books  Gesture-based Computinghttp://www.nmc.org/horizon
    35. 35. EDUCAUSEhttp://www.educause.edu/• EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.• Advising Systems - 30 Resources• Teaching and Learning o - 924 Resources o Applying Technology to Academic Advising: A Vision Statement o ECAR Study
    36. 36. Student Affairs & Technology ACPA Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) & NASPA Technology Knowledge CommunityBlog: Student Affairs & Technology #SAtechAssociations via @EricStoller
    37. 37. Emerging Technology In Advising Optimize Current  Resources Share Enhance  InformationStudent Success Online  Advising Effective  Connect to More  Advising  StudentsAppointments
    38. 38. NACADA’s Technology in Advising CommissionThe purpose of NACADAs Technology in Advising Commission is tohelp academic advisors and advising administrators to understand theimpact that technologies such as:•Online communication & virtual advising•Degree audits & web registration•Student information systems & electronic advising notes•Social and connected spaces for innovative staff/faculty resources•Understand the ideas and trends of how technology is being utilized inhigher education  http://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Commissions/C14/index.htm
    39. 39. The @NACADA #AdvTech Commission• Get involved!• #AdvTech Technology in Advising Commission Sign-up for 2012-13 http://advtech.pbworks.com
    40. 40. Predictions…Technology in advising you might see in the future: • Increased digital advising resources • Mobile & BYOD on Campus • Web & Video Conferencing • Augmented Reality • “On-Demand” Advising Options
    41. 41. How will online delivery shape your best practices in academic advising?
    42. 42. A Plan-Based Approach
    43. 43. Impacts for Advising Delivery• Connect to students• Current resources• Academic support in multiple ways• Out of the box ideas• Purposeful & intentional advising
    44. 44. • Consider your student population• Performance Analysis – Focus (Student View/Perception) – Capability (Culture) – Will (Change)
    45. 45. Online Advising Considerations• Accessibility• ADA Compliance• Campus Environment• Student Population• Faculty/Staff Resources

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