Print Page  |  Sign In  |  Register
Upcoming Webinar Series
Share |
 
 
 

Below is NODA's Fall 2018 Webinar Lineup. We are in the process of building the Spring 2019 Lineup. If you are interested in presenting a webinar for NODA, please complete the Webinar Proposal Form. We are always looking for new voices and exciting ideas to present to community.

To attend one of the following webinars, you must register and pay (if applicable) for the webinar in advance. After clicking the register button, you will be asked to fill out general attendee information and select the webinar(s) you would like to attend.

This year, we are also introducing a new ALL-INCLUSIVE semester webinar package. For $100, NODA members can gain access to the complete Fall 2018 Webinar Lineup. For this package to take affect, you must complete the purchase form and receive a promotion code before registering for each webinar.

Please contact the NODA Association Office if you have any questions.

   

 

 

 

Publishers Present: Recommended Reading for First-Year Programs
Member Price: Free

Authors: Rachel Pearson, Kristen Green, Manoush Zomorodi,
Sharlee Jeter and Sampson Davis (Read Bios)

Each year, one of the NODA Annual Conference's most popular events is the Authors Luncheon. At this event, NODA welcomes authors from our sponsoring publishers to discuss their work and how it can foster dialogue on your campuses. This year, in addition to the event at NODAC 2018, Harper Collins, Macmillan, Simon & Schuster, and W.W. Norton are bringing the Authors Luncheon experience online with four additional books that will connect with your students. We invite all NODA members to join us for a FREE presentation followed by five-minute Q&As with each author. 

   

 

 

From Session to Application: Translating the Annual Conference to Fit Your Needs
Member Price: $49
Non-member Price: $199

Presenters: Phillip Campbell and Alex Barkley (Read Bios)

The NODA Annual Conference is filled with sessions from varying institutions of higher education - some that may be just like your institution and others that may seem very different. Each educational session has value to add to our roles in orientation, transition, and retention. This interactive webinar is designed to help you decipher session descriptions and content to make it applicable to your institutional needs. 

   

 

 

University Spirit: Building Affinity
Member Price: $49
Non-member Price: $199

Presenter: Karen Smith (Read Bio)

Developing institutional affinity is extremely important in student satisfaction, engagement, and retention. Research and theory supports the importance of spirit and tradition during the first year. Whether your institution has spirit or tradition, or if you're looking to grow this on your campus, this session will give you great ideas.

Classification: Orientation, Retention
Related Core Competency: Curriculum and Content Development

   

 

 

Managing up from the Middle
Member Price: $49
Non-member Price: $199

Presenters: Dr. Brett Bruner and Dr. Keegan Nichols

Many orientation, transition, and retention professionals will spend part of their career in the "middle" managing both direct reports and their supervisor. This session will provide strategies for effectively "managing up" to a dean, assistant/associate vice president, or vice president. Presenters will discuss how to develop the skills and competencies needed to successfully manage an AVP/VP supervisor.

Related Core Competency: Organization and Leadership

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leveraging Employee Engagement to Bolster Student Success
Member Price: $49
Non-member Price: $199

Presenter: Jon Sexton, PhD (Read Bio)

Throughout the higher education landscape, there is a significant focus on achieving strong recruitment numbers, achieving high levels of student success, and ultimately maximizing retention. Challenges associated with these goals are amplified based on ongoing challenges for many institutions in regards to dwindling state and federal financial support, increased emphasis on identifying department efficiencies (frequently manifesting as a need to do more with less), and overall budget constraints which can hinder annual increases and professional development opportunities. These challenges pose significant risks to employee engagement, which plays a pivotal role in helping your department achieve goals associated with student success. 

Regardless of institution type (public or private, 2-year or 4-year) higher education professionals need to understand the importance of employee engagement and leverage strategies to maximize it within every team they work with or oversee. Placing an emphasis on employee engagement can significantly buffer the aforementioned challenges many professionals in higher education face today. This webinar will provide an overview of the importance of employee engagement, explore strategies for measurement, and provide tangible initiatives you can implement to help your professional and student teams thrive. 

Related Core Competency: Organization and Leadership


 

 

Community Search
Sign In


Calendar

The upcoming calendar is currently empty.

Click here to view past events and photos »

Latest News
Featured Members