NACADA Reads Webinar on Tuesday, October 27, at 12 Noon (Central)

NACADAreadsDo you like to read and participate in book clubs with other readers?  NACADA Reads, an online book club, offers participants professional development experience, exposure to research on critical trends, and a chance to develop the habit of scholarly inquiry.

Join us for a free NACADA Reads webinar on Tuesday, October 27, at 12 noon (Central) on “Advising is Advising: Toward Defining the Practice and Scholarship of Academic Advising” by Janet K. Schulenberg and Marie J. Lindhorst.

This pivotal article was the 2015 NACADA Annual Conference “Common Reading” and is a terrific choice for NACADA Reads.  Schulenberg and Lindhorst raise important questions about the true nature of academic advising and the professional status of its practitioners.  This year’s article can be downloaded HERE.  Join us on our Facebook Event page for updates, discussion questions, and to interact with the rest of the #NACADAreads community!  Information is also available here:

How to participate in the free webinar on October 27:

Step 1:  Download the article and read it!
Step 2:  Download the Zoom software at:
Step 3:  Gather friends and colleagues at 12 p.m. CST and join us at:  The room will be open at 11:30 a.m. for you to test your system.  The room is available on a first-come, first-served basis for up to 500 connections.
Step 4:  Listen and participate in the webinar; ask questions in our Q&A system and on Twitter using the hashtag #NACADAreads.
Come join interested colleagues discussing academic advising as a unique field of scholarship and practice!

NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising
Kansas State University
2323 Anderson Avenue, Suite 225
Manhattan, KS  66502
T:   785/532-5717
F:   785/532-7732

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