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Captioning for the deaf and hard of hearing is provided by CaptionAccess for all Inside Higher Ed webinars. Transcripts available upon request.

Webinars and Audio Conferences

 

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5 Essential Webinars for Admissions Professionals

Five one-hour webinars on key admissions topics bundled for economical professional development. From the Fisher ruling to reverse transfer to reaching key demographics like first generation and adult college students, Inside Higher Ed presents the experts that admissions professionals need to hear from.

$495.00
Meningitis on Campus: Getting Students Vaccinated

Meningitis on Campus: Getting Students Vaccinated -- an Inside Higher Ed webinar featuring the president of the National Meningitis Association.

$125.00
How Competency Education Is Changing Higher Ed

An Inside Higher Ed webinar featuring Patricia Lynott -- provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Southern New Hampshire University, an institution that is among the pioneers in competency-based education -- on how competency-based education could change many institutions, and not just those that build entire programs around it.

$125.00
Retaining Women in STEM Fields

An Inside Higher Ed webinar on why women leave STEM fields and what departments, colleges and universities can do about it, featuring Joan Williams, Distinguished Professor of Law and the founding director of the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California Hastings College of the Law.

$125.00
Open Access, Privacy and Hacker Culture

An Inside Higher Ed webinar on making college policy when law and technology are out of sync featuring Tracy Mitrano, director of IT policy and the Institute for Internet Culture Policy and Law at Cornell University.

$125.00
Sexual Assault Policies Under Scrutiny

An Inside Higher Ed webinar with Gina Smith and Leslie Gomez – former sex crimes prosecutors and educators who dedicate their law practice to the institutional response to sexual misconduct.

$125.00
Race, Class and the Fisher Ruling

Race, Class, and the Fisher Ruling -- An Inside Higher Ed webinar on the implications of a new study of class-based affirmative action, featuring Matthew N. Gaertner of Pearson's Center for College and Career Success, and Melissa Hart, professor of law and director of the Byron R. White Center at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

 

$125.00
Helping Students with Learning Disabilities

An Inside Higher Ed webinar with Brent E. Betit, senior vice president of Landmark College and Manju Banerjee, director of the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training, national experts on best practices for serving postsecondary students with learning disabilities. Presented June 17, 2013.

$125.00
Education Abroad: Best Practices in Health and Safety

An Inside Higher Ed webinar with Stacey R. Bolton Tsantir, the chair of the Health and Safety Subcommittee of NAFSA: Association of International Educators.

$125.00
Jobs and College: What Really Matters

An Inside Higher Ed webinar with Anthony P. Carnevale, Director and Research Professor of the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

$125.00
STEM Teaching Methods That Work

An Inside Higher Ed webinar with Steve Benton, senior researcher at The IDEA Center.

$125.00
Effective Campus Weapons Policies

Ann Franke – who consults with colleges and universities nationally on risk management issues -- discusses how to create or update your campus weapons policy.

$125.00
MOOCs for the Rest of Us

Experts from the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education on the role of online education at a range of institutions.

$125.00
A Social Media Framework for Student Affairs Advancement

Eric Stoller, Inside Higher Ed's Student Affairs and Technology blogger, presents a strategic plan for how you can use social media for your student affairs development efforts.

$125.00
Supporting Department Chairs

Supporting Department Chairs, an Inside Higher Ed webinar featuring experts from The IDEA Center, which provides a range of training and evaluation programs for chairs.

$125.00
Academic Program Review – Touching the Third Rail of Higher Education Finance

Academic Program Review -- Touching the Third Rail of Higher Education Finance, a one-hour Inside Higher Ed webinar featuring Richard Staisloff, founder and principal of rpkGROUP, on how to carry out program reviews fairly and effectively. Originally presented October 17, 2012.

$125.00
Analytics and Gateway Courses

Inside Higher Ed presents a webinar featuring Andrew Koch, executive vice president of the John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education, and Matt Pistilli, a research scientist in information technology at Purdue University, exploring the combination of two important strategies in college completion: how to use analytics to improve student completion and student learning in gateway courses.

$125.00
Reaching First Generation College Students

The authors of "First Generation College Students: Understanding and Improving the Experience From Recruitment to Commencement" (Jossey-Bass). Lee Ward (director of career and academic planning at James Madison University and founder of the university’s Student Learning Institute), Michael J. Siegel  (associate professor and director of the administration of higher education program at Suffolk University) and Zebulun Davenport (vice chancellor for student affairs at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis)  discuss a range of the issues colleges need to know about first generation students.

$125.00
Dealing With Sexual Assault Allegations

A webinar with Scott A. Roberts, co-managing partner of Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP, in Boston, who discusses how colleges and universities should handle sexual assault allegations.

$125.00
Making Reverse Transfer Work

Inside Higher Ed presents a one-hour webinar with Janet Marling, executive director of the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students at the University of North Texas (and a clinical assistant professor at the university), on creating successful reverse transfer programs.

$125.00
Taking Career Services to the Next Level

Andy Chan, vice president for personal and career development at Wake Forest University and organizer of the recent conference “Rethinking Success: From the Liberal Arts to Careers in the 21st Century,” discusses why and how colleges are rethinking the role of career services and career centers.

$125.00
Best Practices in Evaluations

Kathleen A. Rinehart, general counsel at Saint Xavier University and a principal at Conflict Consultants Network, presents an audio conference on effective employee evaluations.

$125.00
Restoring Civic Education

Caryn McTighe Musil, Senior Vice President at the Association of American Colleges and Universities, discusses how colleges can evaluate opportunities to add civic education to their programs.

$125.00
Best Practices in Hiring

Kathleen A. Rinehart, general counsel at Saint Xavier University and a principal at Conflict Consultants Network, provides guidance on the development of effective tools to improve the hiring process and ensure legal compliance.

$125.00
Students and the "Digital Shoreline"

Roger McHaney, author of The New Digital Shoreline: How Web 2.0 and Millennials Are Revolutionizing Higher Education, reviews the specific changes in technology that have the greatest impact on college education today, as well as the impact for colleges of enrolling students who are more tech-savvy than ever before.

$125.00
Selling Liberal Education to Students and Parents

Rick Davis, associate provost for undergraduate education at George Mason University, discusses the common misconceptions parents and students have about general education, the dangers of leaving these questions and doubts unanswered or unchallenged, and how to answer – or defuse -- the “will it help me/my son or daughter get a job?” questions.

$125.00

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