Academic Advising Resources

Entries for November 2013

Resource links for developing student learning outcomes.

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An overview on how counseling issues and advising issues relate to one another. Authors provide guidelines for when advisors should refer students for counseling.

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An annotated bibliography on faculty advising.

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Resources for developing and examples of mission statements, vision statements, and program philosophies for academic advising.

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An overview of advising students experiencing transfer shock.

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View updated page HERE   NACADA resources: Advising IS teaching: Providing adult learners with strategies for self- advocation, by Lisa G. P...

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Resource links and articles for the advising as teaching approach.

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The Academic Advising Inventory is a nationally normed instrument available for use by current NACADA members.

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