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Scheduled: Thursday, March 28, 2019


Storytelling: Developing Reports that Show the Impact of Campus Activities
Category: Webinars

  • Members: Schools
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: Graduate Student, Professional Staff
    Panelists from Austin Community College and Denison University will discuss how they tell the story of the impact of their campus activities/student life departments and the value they bring to their institutions. As a result of attending this webinar, participants will be able to: - Identify strategies to effectively collect student data - Identify multiple campus partners that can assist in the ethical collection of data - Identify multiple sources of data using a theory-to-practice framework - Utilize the data they collect to create a compelling narrative for the relevance and vision of an office - Differentiate data that affects your work versus data that is evidence of your work - Experiment with reverse program-design based on assessment data

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    Scheduled: Tuesday, April 2, 2019


    Helping Our Student Leaders to Be Effective in Navigating Power and Influence to Achieve Their Goals and Objectives
    Category: Webinars

  • Members: Schools
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: Faculty, Graduate Student, Professional Staff
    Our experiences on our own campuses likely validate the findings of recent editions of the UCLA Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Survey that today’s college students are the most likely to protest in half a century. Students are using their voices and, indeed, their power, to be part of and influence the institutional conversation on important issues. Based on the presenter’s doctoral dissertation research on how student leaders navigate power and influence to achieve their goals and objectives, this session is an opportunity to learn how we as student affairs professionals can help student leaders to do so in the most effective way possible. Through this webinar, participants will be able to: 1) identify why student power and influence are important to our students and our institutions, 2) describe how student leaders navigate power and influence to achieve their goals and objectives, and 3) employ methods to help student leaders navigate power and influence in the most effective way possible. The webinar will use a combination of presentation to share the findings and recommendations of the research and discussion to encourage participants to share their reflections on the research and their own experiences related to the topic.

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    Scheduled: Wednesday, April 10, 2019


    Volunteer Orientation
    Category: Webinars

  • Members: All
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: All
    Please join us for the next session of the NACA Volunteer Orientation. During this webinar you will learn more about NACA, volunteering for NACA and the many events, programs, resources and services that the association provides to its members. This session is geared towards members that are looking to volunteer with the association in the future and for anyone that is a newly selected or elected NACA Volunteer. The orientation intended to give general information about NACA as an organization and will be followed up with specific training from a member of the National Office staff or a current volunteer leader. We strongly encourage returning NACA Volunteers to participate once a year, regardless of your volunteer role to keep up with changes within the association.

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    Scheduled: Tuesday, April 16, 2019


    Show & Tell: Analyzing and Reporting Data from NACA NEXT
    Category: Webinars

  • Members: Schools
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: Faculty, Graduate Student, Professional Staff
    In this webinar, Dr. Adam Peck, co-author and editor of the recent book, "Engagement and Employability: Integrating Career Learning Through Cocurricular Experiences in Postsecondary Education," will discuss how to use data from NACA NEXT to demonstrate the impact that campus activities makes in providing students with transferable skills that set them up for career success and happy, productive lives.

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