PRESENTATION VIDEO: My Appearance On HigherEdLive’s Contested Issues Live Debate

From the creative minds of Tony Doody and Heather Shea Gasser, comes the HigherEdLive Contested Issues Live Debate.  The debates took place at the 2016 ACPA Convention in Montreal and involved a series of pairs doing a live point-counterpoint on designated issues.  I had the pleasure of going head-to-head with Ed Cabellon over the idea that students affairs master’s degrees represent the best preparation for working in the field.  I believe they are, Ed believes that there are other avenues that can be pursued.  It was a fun debate to be a… Read More

#ACPA16 Presentation: Social and Digital Technology Competency Institute for College Student Educators

Myself and a number of my colleagues from the ACPA Digital Task Force came together to propose a pre-conference session that is intended to help practitioners make sense of the new Technology competency area in the ACPA/NASPA Competencies for Student Affairs Educators.  The following post gives a broad overview of the session as well as additional resources for participants and guests alike!

#SATBT Student Affairs Throwback Thursday: Tony Doody

Tony Doody Current Position and Institution: Senior Director of Student Engagement, Rutgers University First Position and Institution: Facility Coordinator – Werblin Recreation Center, Recreational Services, Rutgers University

Guest Appearance on HigherEdLive: The Future of Digital Education [VIDEO]

I was pleased to be a part of this week’s HigherEdLive broadcast along with my amazing collaborators and friends on ACPA’s Presidential Task Force on Digital Technology.  The video of our show is embedded below.  I think there are some really great nuggets of wisdom in here.  Laura Pasquini also curated a Storify of the backchannel. Enjoy! THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL EDUCATION ORIGINALLY STREAMED LIVE: WED, APR 1, 2015 @ 12:00PM (EST) Nine months ago, a team of top scholars, practitioners, and leaders from a range of industries were brought together by ACPA to address the… Read More

Draft Report and Recommendations from ACPA’s Task Force on Digital Technology

The following post originally appeared on the ACPA Digital Task Force’s website.  I have been proud to serve alongside some amazing colleagues on the Task Force this year and the following represents the initial draft report of the group.  Please consider giving your feedback on the original post so we can improve it. Video from ACPA Video On Demand by Ed Cabellon and Tony Doody, Co-Chairs of the ACPA Presidential Task Force on Digital Technology On behalf of the entire ACPA Digital Task Force, we are pleased to share with you all our… Read More