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Legal and Ethical Issues

An overview on the importance of values and culture in ethical decision making.

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An overview of legal issues for academic advisors.

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Resources for the legal issues in advising

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NACADA resources: Doing the right thing: Integrity in advising, Academic Advising Today, 2014 FERPA overview, by Matt Rust, J.D., 2014 Ethics and...

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Overview and resource links addressing FERPA issues.

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FERPA: Basic Guidelines for Faculty and Staff. A Simple Step-by-Step Approach For Compliance.

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FERPA and Release of Information to parents/spouses.

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Resource Links for Fabor Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

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Ethics in academic advising resources.

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An overview on advising ethics and decisions.

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