Student Affairs & Technology Channel
By: Jeff Jackson, BreakDrink.com / San Antonio College & Heather Roundtree, Loyola University New Orleans Webutation Curriculum PowerPoint
By: Tom DiCato, George Mason University & Brad Popiolek, University of Texas at Austin In recent years many student affairs professionals have adopted social media tools such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc. in educationally relevant ways. Now that you’re utilizing social media tools, what can you do with them? Do you need a strategy? How [...]
By: Ed Cabellon, Bridgewater State University Social Media is not a fad, but a fundamental shift in the way we communicate with one another, especially with our students. Student Affairs professionals need to build a better understanding around Social Media and learn ways to use it mirror the work they do in person, online. Participants [...]
By: Kevin Cleary, The University of Arizona The presentation will briefly review various forms of technology/social media. The presenter will then discuss current research in the area of student engagement and technology. The presenter will then review current ways in which campuses are utilizing technology to increase student engagement both in and outside of the [...]
Presented by Ashley Whitlatch, University of Washington and AFA Technology Team In a world where the “next big thing” is shared over 140 character sound bites, life can move pretty fast, and for the budget-conscious student affairs professional, it imperative to stay ahead. There are many free technology tools that we can and should use [...]
This one was sent to us via twitter by briannemcd. The Shift Happens videos have taken a evolution over the past 3 years. You can view their Wiki to get more information and resources from the video.
Dr Rey Junco research was written about on Mashable
July 12, 2010 Ed Cabellon sat down with Ray Junco for an interview. They discussed Social Media integration with Student Affairs, Academic Affairs and Higher Education. Find more info about the interview on Ed’s webapge.
August 9, 2010 Ed Cabellon was able to sit-down with Eli Roundtree from RocketBoom. Ed talked with Ellie about her work at RocketBoom.com, her take on the intersection of Higher Education and emerging technology, particularly around the use of video. To find more information about the interview and Ellie check out Ed’s original blog post.
By Andrew Stewart, VirtualCollegeFairs.com Do you want to connect with today’s high school students in new and exciting ways? Which methods are the most cost efficient? Which strategies build strong relationships and have higher conversion rates? Find answers to these questions and gain valuable insight into the current state of the high school market. Also, [...]
By Beverly Hamilton, Tk20 Feeling the pressure of getting assessment and accreditation activities in order? Facing the process of selecting and purchasing an assessment software system? The process of choosing and implementing an electronic assessment system is a high-stakes and often high stress process. Knowing how to approach the process can make all the difference. [...]