blogs, Higher Education, NACADA Tech Seminar 2009

Advisors Who Blog.

Interested in getting your advising message out to students quickly? Looking to provide insight & tips for students? Want to be a master of your web content?

Well you CAN! Many advisors are blogging their content for student advisees. This is a quick method of information distribution and a great way to “stay in touch” with students.

Thanks goes out to Joshua Gaynor (from Columbia University) who prompted an inquiry about other advising blogs and here’s just a few I started archiving on my wiki:

ACE: The Academic & Career Explorer, Academic Advising & Career Centre, University of Toronto Scarborough:

Advising Center at Texas Tech University:

Center for Student Advising (CSA), Columbia University:

Center for Student and Professional Services, Texas State University, San Marcos:

Christ College Advising Blog:

College of Charleston:

Grady College Advising:

School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology’s Liberal Arts College, the Ivan Allen College:

The Undergraduate Advising Center, University of Montana-Missoula:

University of Memphis Advising:

University College at the University of Memphis:

These are just a few, and I know that there are LOTS more where they come from. If you are an advisor/office/student uses blogs for academic advising, I would LOVE for you to post a comment with your blog. If you are not an advisor, but still blog in higher education be sure to check out a previous post about bloggers in the profession.

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