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Krishnaprabu, The higher education landscape is changing rapidly, challenging academic professionals to think critically about their roles in the field. Digital tools can promote innovation, learning, and student engagement throughout such institutions and offer specific opportunities for the promotion of student learning outside the classroom.
Moreover, digital tools provide ready-made research projects for faculty and staff in non-tenure track fields, such as student affairs and academic libraries, which often are overlooked in the academic environment due to fewer required implicit or explicit expectations of scholarly productivity.
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Contested Issues in Student Affairs
Report Download. Diverse-perspectives-and-respectful dialogueContested issues in Student AffairsTwo questions Baxter and MagoldaHow do graduate preparation program faculty prepare future student affairs educators to address the complexities of higher education? What kinds of continuing education opportunities do divisions of students affairs offer to optimize staffs effectiveness? How it is organizedThe editors posed 24 questions within chapter that consists of two essays. First framed the contested issue by defining terms and providing a historical context, while making perspectives explicit. The second essayist responded to the first by noting agreement, disagreement, and additionsFour topicsPhilosophical foundations of student affairs work in higher edChallenges to promoting learning and developmentAchieving equitable and inclusive learning environmentsorganizing student affairs practice for learning and social justice. Age of accountability and really making a difference.
LGBT student centers are administrative offices of a college or university that provide resources and support for lesbian , gay , bisexual , and transgender LGBT students. In , the University of Michigan became the first university in the U. The murder of Matthew Shepard sparked an increase in the number of university LGBT student centers in the late s and early s. As of March , more than half of post-secondary institutions in Canada have active LGBT student centers, with the oldest centre's establishment dating to before Several variables have been shown to impact the probability of a LGBT student center opening on a campus, including financial resources and the political environment. Most Campus Centers provide referrals to other campus departments or off-campus organizations to help meet student needs. Due to this increased support, many students view these centers more positively than the rest of their institution's campus and climate, creating a "microclimate" in the larger scheme of an institution's campus climate.
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It places learning and social justice at the epicenter of student affairs practice. Contested issues in student affairs: diverse perspectives and respectful dialogue M. Magolda ; What do student affairs educators need to know? a conversation.
Journal of College Student Development
No Yes. Thinkers have been applying long-standing martial arts philosophies to a variety of professional genres for years. Where these ideas find less traction though is in the realm of education, specifically higher education, as some of the philosophies operate better in the boardroom than in the classroom. However, much of the experience associated with martial arts provides an alternate prism to view conflicts and difficulties in the field of higher education, particularly student affairs.
Peter M. Magolda and Marcia B. The editors posed 24 questions, and each is addressed in a chapter that consists of two essays. One essayist addressed the question and then a second essayist responded to the first. More specifically, the first essayist framed the contested issue by defining terms and providing a historical context, while making perspectives explicit.
Contested issues in student affairs : diverse perspectives and respectful dialogue
Krishnaprabu, The higher education landscape is changing rapidly, challenging academic professionals to think critically about their roles in the field. Digital tools can promote innovation, learning, and student engagement throughout such institutions and offer specific opportunities for the promotion of student learning outside the classroom. Moreover, digital tools provide ready-made research projects for faculty and staff in non-tenure track fields, such as student affairs and academic libraries, which often are overlooked in the academic environment due to fewer required implicit or explicit expectations of scholarly productivity. This comparative discussion considers the use of social networking by student affairs and virtual reference by academic librarians in hopes of promoting additional student engagement and enhancing the respective roles of these professionals through academic output and opportunities.
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