Professional Development resources for A&S Advising
Databases and Conference Listings
You can search these databases by state, location and topic. Generally there is a fee and travel expenses involved.
Additional Professional Development
- Dates and information (free)
Delphi Center Professional Development and Training (free)
These are generally free of charge, located on the Belknap Campus. The Dine and Discover events serve food.
i2a events are located on the Belkap Campus (often) and at times serve food or offer free office supplies.
Podcasts are free online audio recordings you can listen to from your office.
- Institutional podcast, vodcast, webcast, and audio downloads
- Advising Podcasts are also available on Itunes University. (They are free, just download Itunes and type search terms into the text box. You might start by navigating to Itunes University, and then searching for advising.)
- What is your concept of advising? Itunes podcast
Best databases: http://louisville.libguides.com/education
Keywords to use to search the NACADA Journal: Distance Education, E-advising, Distance Advising, Technology
Best E-Advising databases: INSPEC (and COMPENDEX) database search for ‘academic advising’, ERIC and Education Full Text search for “e-advising” or online teaching.
Food for Thought: Highlighted Professional Development Journal Articles
Elam, C., Stratton, T., and Gibson, D. (2007). Welcoming a New Generation to College: The Millennial Students. Journal of College Admission, 195, p. 20-5. link
Luna, G., & Medina, C. (2007). Promising Practices and Challenges: E-advising Special Education Rural Graduate Students. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 26 (4), p. 21-6 link
O'Banion, T. (2012). BE ADVISED: UPDATING THE TRADITIONAL ACADEMIC ADVISING MODEL FOR THE 21ST CENTURY. Community College Journal, 83(2), p. 42-47 link
Oliver, M., Ricard, R., et. Al. (2010) Creating College Advising Connections: Comparing Motivational Beliefs of Early College High School Students to Traditional First-Year University Students. NACADA Journal, 30(1) p. 14-22 (not online)
Wiedeman, R. (2008). ROTC Seeks to Expand on Campuses, and Colleges Cope With a Conflict. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 55 (10) p. A30-A31, A33 link