Online Resources for Working at Home

On-line resources provided by YSU Girl working from home

 Linkedin Learning

A great resources of on line tutorials.
(Found under YSU Portal – E-Services for faculty and staff)

Linkedin Learning website


HR Training

Human Resources training website

Mandatory Compliance Training
 


Academic Continuity Team

These are great resources our faculty friends are using for their classes. Some of these resources can be adapted to create meetings with our student staff, update documents together and help us created virtual workspaces and office hours for the students needing our services.  Embedded throughout the ACT Best Practices page are links to technology tutorials via PDF, web, and video. This page will be updated as additional guides are created. Guides are provided by ITS, Cyberlearning, the Institute for Teaching and Learning, and product/platform support (Blackboard, WebEx, Microsoft, etc).

ACT Technology Guides


Other On-line resources

ACPA -2go Guy on couch with computer

ACPA is proud to offer a series of virtual learning opportunities for student affairs and higher education professionals. Join colleagues as we focus on getting you the information you need to thrive in your role and best support your students right now. Presentations will be added as they are scheduled to give you ample time to determine individual needs and plan your professional development experience. Some webinars will have a flat rate cost of $10 to ensure equitable access of information to professionals at all levels.

ACPA2GO Virtual Webinar Series


Paperclip resources:

PaperClip Communications knows how difficult and uncertain this time is, and they are happy to offer some complimentary resources to help our colleagues during this crisis...

PaperClip Communications Website


DSE Coffee HOUR

5/5/2020 – Topic: Engaging Student Users & Student Staff (ex: valuable tips & resources to engage students & staff while working remotely)

Panelist:

  • Teri Higgins- Senior Consultant, Campus Success- Ready Education
  • Carolyn Jesko- Assistant Director Programming, Student Activities
  • Jacob Haskins, Housing Coordinator, Housing & Residence Life

If you have questions, please contact Danielle Adair at daadair@ysu.edu or Joy Polkabla Byers at jlbyers@ysu.edu

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Meeting number (access code): 471 787 970

Host key: 403096

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Webex recordings of Previous Division of Student Experience Coffee Hours


NASPA – Virtual Highlights

March 30 - May 14, 2020
NASPA is proud to offer 2020 NASPA Virtual Highlights to connect our community with keynote speakers, share expertise from featured educational session presenters, and gather virtually for the milestones of the NASPA Annual Business Meeting and other community meetings to enable our Association to both reflect and move forward, even through uncertain times. All Virtual Highlights will be both live-streamed as well as recorded and shared, and participation is free and open to all.

2020 NASPA Virtual Highlights


guy with laptop under treeNational Intramural  Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA)

Not in Campus Rec, that’s ok.. Great transferable topics such as working from home with kids, student development opportunities and creative virtual programming.

With the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s more important than ever to make sure we stay connected. Attend an “Ideas in Motion” virtual roundtables. Share ideas with campus recreation professionals across a broad selection of focus areas.

These roundtables are conducted at the speed of social distancing. We might see a cat’s tail dancing in front of a web cam or a child asking about the status of their mashed potatoes. Join us in a forgiving environment to help advance health and wellbeing. All session are recorded and can easily be played back. 

NIRSA “Ideas in Motion” virtual roundtable


The Student Affairs Collective

One of the most powerful lifelines in a community is storytelling. We are excited to bring back the Student Affairs blog as a place to share our triumphs, struggles, moments of joy and moments of strength. This is a place for you to share your words with the higher education community. We acknowledge that this is a time of unknowns, of high demands, new realities, and pressures from all sides. We invite you to write as a way to process this experience, share your stories, and contribute to our greater community of practitioners — as you are able and willing.

The Student Affairs Collective Website


Lady with laptop at tableLeadership Book Recommendations

Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Dare to Lead
Mindset The New Psychology of Success
Stepping Forward
The Leading Edge
Corporate Family Matters
100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings
Toy Box Leadership
The Godfather
Choosing Civility
Getting to Yes
How to Win Friends and Influence People
Four Agreement
21 Laws of Leadership
Ride of a Lifetime
Tribes
Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead
Playing Big
The Leadership Handbook
Coaching for leaders (Podcast)
The Energy Bus
On My Honor I Will
The Situational Leader
The Coaching Habit: Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever