Posted on 03.08.16 by Paul Gordon Brown
PRESENTATION VIDEO: Digital Explorer, Educator or Influencer? The New Student Affairs Technology Competency
I, along with a panel of my colleagues at both ACPA and NASPA, participated in a panel on the implications of the new Student Affairs Technology competency for higher education practice. (ACPA/NASPA Competencies for Student Affairs Educators) Above is the video of the ACPA session, while below you will find additional information and resources from our sessions.
Posted on 08.12.15 by Paul Gordon Brown
I’m excited to let folks in on a little secret. I and a number of other folks will be contributing to an upcoming edition of the New Directions for Student Leadership (NDSL) Sourcebook Series titled… Going Digital in Student Leadership Co-edited by Lisa Endersby and Josie Ahlquist, the book will cover a variety of topics including how technology impacts all stages of the leadership journey; the influence of technology on students’ leadership development and an evolving leadership competency for faculty and staff; issues of access and accessibility; building digital leadership capacity; teaching leadership development online; digital social activism; and team building in… Read More
Posted on 03.02.15 by Paul Gordon Brown
I have the privilege of collaborating with some amazing professionals on an upcoming session at NASPA: Wednesday, March 25: 9:00am – 9:50am #SAconnect: How to Network Digitally for Professional Development and Relationship Building 209 – Convention Center To preview, build on, and prepare for our session, please join Christina Ferrari, John Rodriguez, Lisa Endersby, Rebecca Windover, and Briana Mathew for a special twitter chat discussing how to network digitally for professional development. Engage in the conversation and share your wisdom through the #SAConnect hashtag! It’s tonight at 7:00pm!