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Abroad by Design: Key Strategies (CD)

Interactive publication on CD, useful for those working in small and large offices wanting to expand, develop, and manage an education abroad program portfolio; overseas professionals interested in how programs are developed; and overseas offices developing their own portfolios.

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Addressing Mental Health Issues Affecting EA Participants

This updated publication provides education abroad professionals with tools to identify and help education abroad participants with mental health challenges.

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Advising Intl Students on Education Abroad

What does an education abroad professional need to know about working with international students who wish to study abroad? Many universities have dual goals in mind as they seek to increase international enrollments as well as expand education abroad. When campuses are successful with both, international students seek education abroad opportunities. During this webinar, an international student adviser and an education abroad adviser from two different campuses discuss successful collaborations.

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Building Virtual Bridges for Cross-Cultural Learning - Rec

Many institutions are now using virtual connections to provide opportunities for cross-cultural learning with students and faculty abroad. In this webinar, presenters share from their experience using technology, such as video conferencing and online education platforms, to foster cross-cultural learning. They discuss the benefits and challenges of virtual education and how to form overseas partnerships, as well as ways to couple cross-cultural experiences and curriculum.

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By Example, Revised Edition (PDF)

Completely updated, this digital download is a compendium of sample forms and publications typically needed, produced, and used when administering programs in education abroad offices, and is a good opportunity to see what other institutions are doing and adapt these samples for your own purposes. Especially new is an added chapter on blogs and social media.

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Campus Internationalization: Engaging Faculty... - Recording

Join presenters Neal McCrillis of Columbus State University, and Dan Paracka of Kennesaw State University, as they share their successful strategies for engaging faculty, students, and community to strengthen their campus internationalization efforts. Drawing from their experience as winners of NAFSA’s Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization, McCrillis and Paracka provide real-world examples on how you can build upon existing programs and initiatives to broaden the global perspective of your campus.

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Clarifying Clery: Collaborations Between EA, Risk MGMT...

All U.S. universities that participate in federal financial aid programs are required to comply with the Clery Act, a law that compels institutions to report incidents of crime on or near campus. However, when asked about how their campus handles Clery Act compliance, many education abroad (EA) professionals will admit that they’re unsure of their responsibilities and their institution’s approach. Join speakers Dru Simmons (Ohio State University), Phillip Johnson (Notre Dame University), and Amanda Kelso (Duke University) as they explain the key points of the Clery Act and offer tools for you to develop or strengthen your own compliance strategy.

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Confidentiality Compliance: HIPAA and FERPA for EA

Due to myths and misinformation, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) may create challenges for education abroad professionals.

Understanding the nuances of HIPAA and FERPA will empower those in the field to make timely, informed decisions during crises without violating federal regulations and risking litigation and fines.

Education abroad offices need to have strategic policies in place to minimize campus liability without denying partners crucial information regarding student health and safety. Education abroad professionals must balance their commitment to supporting student needs with the confidentiality required of them by law.

This NAFSA e-Learning Seminar will address prevalent issues related to HIPAA and FERPA, and will provide participants with the tools and information needed to avoid regulatory missteps.
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Crisis Management in a Cross-Cultural Setting

A compendium of experience and expertise from many professionals in the field of international educational exchange, and designed to prepare international educators and others to respond appropriately, expeditiously, and comprehensively to student crises.

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