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StudentAffairs.com Online Courses

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The registration deadline for the Fall 2002
StudentAffairs.com online workshops for student
affairs administrators
(http://www.studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/) is fast
approaching.

For specific information about taking in an online
course, peruse our new Frequently Asked Questions
(http://studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/faq.html)
section.

The eight courses being offered this fall are:

WEB BASED STUDENT SERVICES FOR THE NON-TECHNICAL
STUDENT AFFAIRS PROFESSIONAL
This three-week workshop is designed to provide the
non-technical student affairs professional with a
basis to begin asking the right questions about web
based student services. It is not a how to workshop.
We will not go over the design or construction aspects
of building such a web site. At the end of this
workshop you will NOT be prepared to launch web based
services for your students. You WILL be prepared to
beginning asking relevant questions and to begin the
process of planning for the organizational changes
that will likely occur because of the implementation
of web based services.
(http://studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/fall2002course1.html)

GIVING VOICE TO CRITICAL CAMPUS ISSUES
This course is based on the book, Giving voice to
critical campus issues: Qualitative research in
student affairs, published in 1999 through ACPA Media.
The book is a collection of qualitative research case
studies covering the following topics: Alcohol related
death of a residence hall student, Student suicide,
Acquaintance rape, Adult child of an alcoholic,
Tri-racial identity, and Class issues in the academy.
The course presents an opportunity to read the book,
gain an understanding of college life, and further
expand knowledge of student affairs practice through
course discussion and interaction.
(http://studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/fall2002course2.html)

THE ROAD TO SUCCESS: A COURSE FOR ENTRY-LEVEL HALL
DIRECTORS
Designed for entry-level Hall Directors, this
three-week course will take participants on a "road
trip" through new concepts, creative strategies and
proven techniques to help them succeed as a Housing
Professional. Participants' journey will begin with
Developing a Staff Team. Next we'll explore Dealing
with Disciplinary Issues. The road trip will come to
an end as we make a final stop at Facilities
Management and The Customer Service Connection. A
variety of instructional methods will be sure to keep
participants on course and running smoothly throughout
this educational experience. This course is presented
in conjunction with the Web site Reslife.Net.
(http://studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/fall2002course3.html)

CAMPUS MEDIATION AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
This course will present a comprehensive look at ways
to integrate mediation and conflict management
processes into the campus community, including uses
for managing student behavior and supporting judicial
systems. The course does not presuppose prior
mediation knowledge or training.
(http://studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/fall2002course4.html)

CRITICAL LAW AND POLICY ISSUES FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
ADMINISTRATORS
This is the first in a sequence of courses designed to
give participants an in-depth view of critical law and
policy issues in higher education. The first course (
"The student-university-parent relationship") reviews
the evolution and direction of the concept of in loco
parentis, considers alternative formulations, and
concludes with analysis of the growing role of parents
in campus governance.
(http://studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/fall2002course5.html)

SUPERVISION PRINCIPLES AND SKILLS
This three week short course is geared to entry-level
and mid-level staff and will provide participants with
the opportunity to focus on core supervisory skills
such as 1) supervisory communication and successful
meetings, 2) goal-setting and expectations, 3)
generational supervision issues, 4) working with
special populations, 5) performance appraisals and 6)
staff motivation. Through readings, participation on a
discussion board, and case studies, participants will
explore basic tenets crucial for successful
supervision of both student and professional staff.
This course is presented in conjunction with the Web
site Reslife.Net.

(http://studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/fall2002course6.html)

DEMYSTIFYING ACADMIC AFFAIRS
This three week professional development course will
introduce academic affairs in simple, straightforward
terms to student affairs professionals. The course
will provide a broad overview of academic affairs for
those: 1) seeking to learn more about the organization
and workings of academic affairs, 2)seeking to
cultivate collaborative ventures with academic
affairs, and 3)desiring a better understanding for the
purposes of future career paths.

(http://studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/fall2002course7.html)

WHAT "ACADEMIC FREEDOM" MEANS: A PRIMER FOR ACADEMIC
AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATORS
This is the second in a sequence of courses designed
to give participants an in-depth view of critical law
and policy issues in higher education. The first
course focused on the student-university-parent
relationship. This course examines the origins and
nature of constitutionally protected academic freedom.
Special attention will be paid to classroom
management, student claims to academic freedom, the
authority to award and change grades, the professional
responsibilities of professors, academic freedom and
"reasonable accommodation" under federal disabilities
law, and the tension between academic freedom and
institutional sexual harassment policies.

(http://studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/fall2002course8.html)


The StudentAffairs.com online course experiencewill
afford participants, from all parts of the country, at
all size institutions, and at all functional levels,
an energizing and innovative experience.  To learn
more about this exciting professional development
opportunity, and how to register online, go to:
 http://www.studentaffairs.com/onlinecourses/


Stuart Brown, President
StudentAffairs.com


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