- — Melissa Thomas (@melissamt)Tue, Mar 05 2013 18:08:53#crlachat I think that academic affairs or learning assistance should have a presence at orientation! What message are we sending of not?
- — Terri Downing (@TerriSDowning)Tue, Mar 05 2013 18:12:06Great first question We are working to have a *meaningful* presence at Orientation Students struggle to "take it all in" Ideas? #crlachat
- — Diana Bell (@dianacbell)Tue, Mar 05 2013 18:13:19#crlachat I might be repeating a tweet--still getting used to this. But I feel like we do too much at orientation. Information overload.
- — Diana Bell (@dianacbell)Tue, Mar 05 2013 18:14:57#crlachat How do we provide information students need without just being one of a long list of things they "need" to know? Million $ questio
- — WSU Student Success (@newSHOCKS)Tue, Mar 05 2013 18:16:24#crlachat Q1: Faculty Fellows program, dedicated sessions to student success programs, incorporating advising and enrollment.
- — Diana Bell (@dianacbell)Tue, Mar 05 2013 18:18:13#crlachat Or maybe we could incorporate into a Week of Welcome (WOW). More time, more information, less competition for "rules" and such.
- — Marissa Loon (@MarissaLoon)Tue, Mar 05 2013 18:22:51#crlachat We're part of the Services Fair for parents & students. Parents' care more in June, so target them & they get info to their child.
- — Diana Bell (@dianacbell)Tue, Mar 05 2013 18:25:23#crlachat Marissa--you are so right. The PARENTS listen to these things during orientation and remind the students during the semester.
CRLA chat: Integrating Learning Assistance into Campus Events 03/05/2013
Guest Tweeter Melissa Thomas is the Director of the Center for Student Learning at the College of Charleston and is the CRLA President.
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