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Providing quality orientation, transition, and retention (OTR) programming is essential to welcoming students to colleges and institutions worldwide. It can be a daunting task – filled with anticipation and excitement, and it can be overwhelming at times. It’s during the planning stages that OTR professionals often seek resources and solutions. The Orientation Planning Manual is such a resource.

Since the NODA Board of Directors approved the recommendation to change the Association name to NODA, Association for Orientation, Transition and Retention, we felt it was imperative that the chapters within the OPM reflect transition and retention along with orientation. There are several revised chapters and new authors who have written new chapters in the 2014 edition of the OPM.

Current NODA members are eligible to request one complimentary hard copy of the OPM with their membership (not including Shipping and Handling fees). If you want to request a copy select either USA or International, to be directed to the correct order request page. An e-version is also available for free to members on NODA Connect in the Resource Library section. If you would like to buy any additional copies, please contact the NODA Association Office at noda@umn.edu.

 Cost:

USA First Copy  Cost per Additional Copy
NODA Member $5 (shipping and handling fees) $15 ea. + $5 (shipping and handling fees)
Non NODA Member $30 + $5 (shipping and handling fees) $30 ea. + $5 (shipping and handling fees)

 

International   First Copy Cost per Additional Copy
NODA Member $25 (shipping and handling fees) $15 ea. + $25 (shipping and handling fees)
Non NODA Member $30 + $25 (shipping and handling fees) $30ea. + $25 (shipping and handling fees)



Topics covered in the 2014 edition of the OPM include:

Chapter
Topic
Author(s)
1
Designing Quality Orientation Programs:
The First Step Toward Effective Student Retention
Richard Mullendore
2
New Student Orientation: Planning and Implementing an Outstanding Program
Denise L. Rode & Abbey Wolfman
3
Transfer Student Orientation:
The Swirling, Whirling World of Transfer Orientation: Meeting the Needs of a Dynamic Student Population
Bonita C. Jacobs & Janet L. Marling
4
Parent and Family Orientation
J. Ann Hower
5
Planning for Special Populations
Kimberlie A. Moock
6
Orientation Programs on the Two-Year Campus
Cathy J. Cuevas & Christine Timmerman
7
Welcome Week Programs
Andrene Kaiwi-Lenting & Jason Mockford
8 Unique Transition Programs Gwen M. Fears
9 Orientation Staff Selection Danielle Bristow
10 Orientation Staff Training Melanie J. Payne & Maria A. Sedotti
11 The Technology of Transition Daniel W. Murphy
12 Risk Management & Crisis Preparedness Michael J. Knox
13 Assessing and Evaluating Orientation, Transition, and Retention Programs Beth M. Lingren Clark & Andrew H. Cinoman
14 Professional Staff Development Craig E. Mack
15 Beyond Orientation: Managing Transition and Retention Efforts Kristen E. Salomonson & Jeanine Ward-Roof
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