Academic Advising Resources

Learning styles resource links

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If advising is teaching, then learning style matters. Learning style can be described as the way individuals perceive and interpret reality or acquire and organize information.

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Resources on advising in learning communities.

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How to lead change no matter what your position.

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  Understanding Knowledge Management: Developing a Foundation for Future Advising Practices Todd Little 2010 Introduction Understand...

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The intrusive model of advising is action-orientated to involving and motivating students to seek help when needed.

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Job Interview Resource Links

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Teaching etiquette helps college students establish the self-confidence needed for job interviews conducted over a luncheon. Interviews are stressful enough without having to wonder what fork should be used during which course or what to do with your napkin if it falls on the floor. Lastly, Unfortunately, some students fail to learn good manners while growing up.

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Interpreting the CAS Standards for Academic Advising By Marsha Miller 2012 What is CAS? The Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher ...

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News for Advisors and Students on International Travel: How AAU Universities Are Responding to Trump’s Travel Ban, USA Today AAU Comment...

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