UM Advising Commons

Webinar: Advising Students Online

The UMOnline team and The Undergraduate Advising Center invite you to a 2-part web conference and lunch:

Advising Students Online: Crafting a Program for Your School

offered by Academic Impressions

Advising Online Webinar Brochure

Tuesday, July 20, 11:00-1:30 and

Monday, July 26, 11:00-1:30

Location: CE204

Cost: Attendance is free, but please RSVP so that we can get an accurate headcount for lunch.  You may respond by return email, or call Candi Merrill at extension 6431.

With the growth in online programs, it is critical for institutions to learn what tools and techniques are required for effectively advising students online.  Session one of this webcast will showcase tips and techniques for advising students online as well as managing those appointments.  In the second session, you will develop an action plan for establishing an online advising program, the technology that is needed, and explore the key legal/ethical concerns.

This webcast is designed for administrators who work with online students.  Session one focuses on the actual advising session.  Session two covers the planning and implementation of new online advising programs.

Presenter: Bonnie Peters has 18 years of experience in higher education, providing services to students and clients through counseling, instruction and administration, both in the US and abroad.  For the last ten years she has worked for the San Diego Community College District.  In addition to chairing the counseling department, Bonnie serves as coordinator of the Online Counseling Program.

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June 23, 2010 - Posted by | Advising, Presentations & Webinars

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