2012 Conference: Technology as a Core Competency for Student Affairs

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An archived educational session presented at the 92nd annual conference

Core Competencies: Communications, Planning, Technology
Originally presented on March 21, 2012
Boston
What are the triumphs and challenges of incorporating technology in the daily life of a student affairs practitioner? Learn about core competencies expected of student affairs professionals regarding technology in and around the college union from a variety of published research areas. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify core competencies expected of student affairs professionals related to everyday processes in and around the college union from a variety of published research areas including ACUI and other professional organizations.
  • Relate to the triumphs and challenges of incorporating technology in the daily life of a student affairs practitioner and hear first-hand testimonials from ACUI member campuses who have mastered technology solutions as ways to connect with today’s student.
  • Gather ideas and best practices on how to centralize, organize, and increase the everyday use of technology as a part of campus culture in relation to skill sets associated with ACUI’s core competencies
  • Be exposed to how technology innovation is benefiting student life on campus and how technology can help increase student involvement initiatives to help facilitate collaboration between functional areas on campus at all administrative levels.

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Contact

Christopher Reybrouck
Campus Labs
creybrouck@campuslabs.com
Updated May 3, 2013