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Education Abroad Research-Identify, Interpret & Incorporate

Research plays an increasingly important role in the success of today's education abroad (EA) professional. This webinar will guide practitioners toward a successful process of incorporating research into their office work. Learn where to find research sources, assess quality, and discover methods of effective interpretation and application

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Education Abroad Visas - Recording

If your office doesn't have a solid strategy to systematically address student visa needs, then you are likely repeating work unnecessarily, providing incorrect or inconsistent information, losing enrolled students and their revenue, or even potentially putting your institution at risk for liability. Whether you are in a one-person or a large office will greatly impact how you address a visa strategy. Your colleagues, Kristi Hubbard, Emory University and Libby Lauze, CIEE, come together to help you devise a tailored EA visa practice OR process for your individual office. They have developed an instrument that will help you determine the “right" strategy and will talk through important insights into both the mundane, repetitive requests and the exceptional.

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Education Systems in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brazil - Rec

This webinar provides an overview of the education systems of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brazil. Dr. Lou Nunes details the education system in Brazil, as well as explain how to evaluate credentials from Brazil to ensure legitimacy. Guy Perring describes the higher education systems of both Malaysia and Indonesia.

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Effective Communication and Planning with Parents

Today’s student is accustomed to increased family involvement and interaction. These young adults often depend on their families for advice, guidance, and financial support throughout their university experiences and beyond. As a result, international education professionals have had to modify their methods and procedures when dealing with students and their families.

Parental and family involvement will vary from student to student, but international education professionals need to be prepared to support students academically and developmentally, while keeping parents engaged and informed in a manner that is appropriate and legal for all involved. This requires a thoughtful, yet measured approach to ensure positive and productive communication.

This NASFA e-Learning Seminar will offer a variety of ideas, examples, and resources to use as you review or create a communication strategy that best fits your institution for both urgent or emotionally-charged matters and for more long-term, integrated support. Presenters will provide model practices to establish key relationships between students, families, and the international education professional from the first point of contact through the entire international experience based on student development theory.

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Effective Data Sourcing and Strategy for IE Educators

International educators and administrators require quality data to make sound decisions and compelling business cases. They also need an understanding of data strategy and data analytics to help advocate on behalf of education abroad and international student programs; advance strategic planning for institutional internationalization; understand outcomes of student learning; inform future research; and analyze trends in student recruitment from competitive new markets.

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Effective Social Media for Promotion and Engagement

Effective social media communication is a necessity for international education professionals. Social networks provide a valuable opportunity to connect with both new students and students participating in current programs.

Today’s international education professional must be proficient with a range of social media platforms, develop and deploy messages that resonate with students, and know how to measure that impact.

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Effective Student Training for Global Careers

Many offices rely on student staff or volunteers to provide advising, mentoring, and programming to their student populations. While providing invaluable support, these students must also gain skills and training that will prepare them for future global careers. In this NAFSA e-Learning Seminar, participants will learn strategies for delivering impactful and effective student staff training. Discover ways to better prepare your student staff or volunteers for their responsibilities and the situations they will come across. This seminar will also provide examples of programs from international student services and education abroad offices that focus on helping them develop global leadership and intercultural competencies.

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Engaging Students, Faculty, and Staff with Sustainability

In celebration of Earth Day 2016, join experts in a NAFSA Global Learning Conversation, presented in partnership with the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars. Discover the ways in which your campus can empower students, faculty, and staff to think and act in ways that benefit local communities—communities that are embedded in a globally-interconnected world.

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Essentials of International Credential Evaluation

Understanding the basics of foreign credential evaluation is a necessity for anyone who works with international students. You can better assist international students when you have a fundamental knowledge of their country's educational credentials. These skills are a key part of the admission process of new students but are also extremely helpful in general academic and immigration advising.

Essentials of International Credential Evaluation Course Objectives:

  • Describe fundamental credential analysis process and procedures
  • Apply basic methodology and benchmarking to credentials
  • Recognize and identify status/legitimacy of an institution
  • Identify essential resources for effectively evaluating international credentials
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Ethical and Sustainable Service Learning for EA

As the demand for meaningful, service-oriented study abroad experiences rises, so does the potential for ethical missteps. Education Abroad offices need to be mindful of this as they incorporate new volunteer opportunities into their education abroad portfolios.

Service learning programs can range from one-week trips to a full semester or longer. Many are integrated into an existing study abroad program while others function as stand-alone experiences. No matter how these offerings are structured, education abroad administrators need to ensure that they recommend and develop programs that are sustainable, respectful to the host community, and provide a needed service.

This NAFSA e-Learning Seminar will provide tips and insights into selecting partners and working with host communities to ensure both your students and the local community will benefit. We will discuss proven methods for training your students and accompanying faculty to respect the local culture and be sensitive to its needs.

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