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MAP 2013 Conference: The Impact of Storytelling in Advising

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Manitoba Advising Professionals (MAP) 2013 Conference
The Impact of Storytelling in Advising
November 1, 2013
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
#map13

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MAP 2013 Conference: The Impact of Storytelling in Advising

  1. 1. The Impact of Storytelling in Advising @laurapasquini November 1, 2013 2013 MAP Conference Winnipeg, MB Canada #map13
  2. 2. http://bit.ly/mapco nference13
  3. 3. For those who tweet… #map13 Larry Johnson, NMC
  4. 4. One word that describes what you do as an advisor. Larry Johnson, NMC
  5. 5. Write it down. NOW! Larry Johnson, NMC
  6. 6. Advising Higher Ed Students
  7. 7. “Storytelling reveals meaning without committing the error of defining it.” ~Hannah Arendt Larry Johnson, NMC
  8. 8. My Story… (Advising)
  9. 9. A little about me...
  10. 10. Image c/o deanj http://www.flickr.com/photos/deanj/2398424227/
  11. 11. “Students experience an increasing need for connectivity and digital access to excel beyond the higher education learning environment. They must access and interact with information, learning materials, and colleagues from around the globe.” Implications for use of technology in advising 2011 NACADA National Survey
  12. 12. “... networks reconfigure themselves in real-time, on a global local scale, and permeate all domains of social life. This is why we live in a network society, not in an information society or a knowledge society.” Castells, 2004
  13. 13. Dr. Alec Couros (@courosa) & #eci831
  14. 14. Flickr photo c/o vickel_n
  15. 15. Cultivate an Active Social Network Via @intersection1 http://www.intersectio nconsulting.com/
  16. 16. Connecting to an Advising Network
  17. 17. Informal Learning dailyshoot.com
  18. 18. The Student Affairs Collaborative http://thesabloggers.org •Group of peers & pros •RSS - Blog resources •SA Forum & Directory •#SAChat Weekly Discussion •Twitter: @The_SA_Blog Hashtag: #SAChat
  19. 19. Mentoring
  20. 20. Map Your Own: inmaps.linkedinlabs.com
  21. 21. http://www.slideshare.net/ucanat unt
  22. 22. A Campus Tale… (Higher Ed)
  23. 23. c/o @courosa
  24. 24. c/o @courosa
  25. 25. Higher Ed is HERE
  26. 26. #NotImpressed
  27. 27. Go Beyond the Silo Thinking Flickr photo c/o dsearls
  28. 28. Learner Centered Advising
  29. 29. Change in higher education? THAT’S NUTS!
  30. 30. We need to put our learners first.
  31. 31. Stories I’ve Learned From… (Students)
  32. 32. What expectations do our learners have for advising?
  33. 33. Self-authorship is a strong basis to advance learning outcomes, prepare our students, and include reflection for our learning experience. (Baxter Magolda, 2004) Larry Johnson, NMC
  34. 34. Get Social
  35. 35. “Over 94% of undergraduate, graduate, and community college students are Internet users and approximately 80% of this same group use social networking sites.” College students and Technology, The Pew Internet Research
  36. 36. Web 2.0 #SocialMedia Social Web New Media #SM Transmedia Emerging Tech Image c/o Luke Mahan http://www.flickr.com/photos/kremovich/4471473109/
  37. 37. It’s not about the technology, it’s all social Tanya Joosten (@tjoosten) Larry Johnson, NMC
  38. 38. Created by @Ekutsko & @equalman http://youtu.be/ZQzsQkMFgHE
  39. 39. WHAT?
  40. 40. “Focus on connecting with the people, and the tools will all make sense.” ~Chris Brogan Flickr photo c/o hoodlumper
  41. 41. Have Conversation s
  42. 42. Discovery
  43. 43. Sense of Belonging
  44. 44. The Power of the Hashtag
  45. 45. What is a hashtag good for?
  46. 46. Give & Get Support
  47. 47. Develop a Community
  48. 48. Low Impact: Read chat transcripts Medium Impact: Set up a Twitter account Search for #______ hashtag Post advising-related content as you wish “Lurk” during a chat time High Impact: Set up a Twitter account Search for #______ hashtag Chime in with your thoughts/opinions/experiences during a chat time Connect with peers beyond Twitter Chats
  49. 49. #ugstJOU R 67
  50. 50. Student Panel Q & A 68
  51. 51. #ugstSTOR Y 70
  52. 52. Live Tweets to take Notes 71
  53. 53. 72
  54. 54. 73
  55. 55. Nurture the Hashtag (#)
  56. 56. Follow: #AcAdv & @AcAdvChat
  57. 57. Professional Development #AcAdv Chat acadvchat.wordpress.com Follow on Twitter: @AcAdvChat Tuesdays 12-1 pm CST
  58. 58. Do you have something to talk about? http://bitly.com/TwitterChatSchedule
  59. 59. Develop an Identity Do you like spam? Students don’t either. What is your office brand? What information do you need to convey to students? Start with these questions, and then add in personality and variety. @julieclarsen
  60. 60. Community Development
  61. 61. Communities of Practice @nancywhite http://www.ewenger.com/theory/ Wenger, 2006
  62. 62. Research & Support
  63. 63. http://www.sageperformance.com/ojs/index.php/LPQ
  64. 64. @catspyjamasnz
  65. 65. BreakDrink.com
  66. 66. Are you having fun yet? Then why bother? @JeffJackson
  67. 67. Crowdsourcing Google Docs, Wikis, Social Networks, Skype/G+ Hangouts, Dropbox… OH MY!
  68. 68. IDEAS! Sharing Thoughts
  69. 69. #edusocmedia #edtech #phdchat #sachat #highered #SocialMedia #acadv @tanyajoosten http://tanyajoosten.com/ #advtech
  70. 70. Critical Thinking
  71. 71. Online information flows like… {Insert Canadian Content #eh}
  72. 72. NO FILTER 47
  73. 73. Slide
  74. 74. Archive & Tag => CURATION http://www.delicious.com/
  75. 75. Social Sharing http://www.scoop.it/ Curate content with Instapaper, Paper.li and MORE!
  76. 76. Pinterest Collages http://pinterest.com/
  77. 77. Develop a Narrative
  78. 78. Podcasting
  79. 79. Reflection http://techknowtools.wordpress.com/
  80. 80. Tell Me About It
  81. 81. Be Involved.
  82. 82. Play = “the tension between the rules of the game and the freedom to act within those rules” (Thomas & Seely Brown, 2011)
  83. 83. Larry Johnson, NMC
  84. 84. Flickr photo c/o furiousgeorge81
  85. 85. One day a student walked into my office and… Larry Johnson, NMC
  86. 86. Consider... Connecting to peers Saving time to play Finding new ways of learning Embracing alternatives Being a participant Modeling for your learners
  87. 87. Be Brave!
  88. 88. How will you get started… Lurking is learning (at first) Give credit where it is due Be creative! Engage & participate Share resources openly Note the “rules” of netiquette Use the tools differently Communities will look different both the medium & message
  89. 89. You cannot always wait for the perfect time. Sometimes you must dare to jump.
  90. 90. Think about your advising story… Larry Johnson, NMC
  91. 91. What are your students, staff, faculty saying? Larry Johnson, NMC
  92. 92. How can you help your students write their story? Larry Johnson, NMC
  93. 93. Larry Johnson, NMC
  94. 94. http://bit.ly/mapco nference13
  95. 95. Stay connected… http://bit.ly/mapconference13 about.me/laurapasquini Laura.Pasquini@unt.edu

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