Morning Half-Day Workshops
Sunday, April 2, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

For any of the workshops listed below:

Implementing Electronic Student Records from eTranscript to ePortfolio

ID: 5912
Fee: $150

This workshop is designed as a bootcamp to assist institutions in developing a practical roadmap to implement electronic student records, including electronic transcript, enhanced eTranscript, eDiploma, eCertificate, and ePortfolio. The workshop will consist of modules, each led by an expert, on specific topics including echosystem, definitions, partnering, specing and vendors.

Stephen Arod Shirreffs, Stanford University

Mentor Mapping: Develop the Skills and Network to Enhance and Advance Your Career

ID: 5523
Fee: $210

Career advancement is a combination of hard work, sacrifice and building a network of strong colleagues who know and respect your abilities and contributions. This interactive workshop will inform and empower attendees by guiding them through the development of a personalized mentoring map. Mentoring is a reciprocated relationship between mentors and mentees. So, this workshop will be beneficial to those seeking to be strong mentors, as well as those looking for strong expert and peer mentors.

Monique Snowden, Fielding Graduate University

NAIA Eligibility Workshop: Updates and Training

ID: 6002
Fee: $0

NAIA Registrars, FARS, or others interested in learning more about the eligibility process for the NAIA, this workshop is for you! Join the NAIA Registrar Association Executive Board and representatives from the NAIA Eligibility Center for an eligibility roundtable and an update on requirements and legislation. ECP/Play NAIA software tools and tips will be presented. You will return to your institutions equipped for the upcoming eligibility season. 

Jessica Cason, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Eligibility Center
Dennis Hicks, Indiana University - East Paula Avery, Marymount California University

Planning for a New Student Information System
ID: 6075
Fee: $150

This workshop will provide attendees with information regarding what to consider when you are selecting an SIS and how to plan for the development, implementation, adoption, communication and operation of a new system. The workshop presenters have experience dealing with all aspects of SIS adoption from conception, RFP development, implementation, modification and implementation of major re-releases of installed software. 

Mark McConahay, Indiana University - Bloomington
Shelby Stanfield, University of Texas at Austin
Susan Van Voorhis, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

State and Regional Officers Workshop

ID: 5676
Fee: $0

All state and regional officers, committee chairs, and others in leadership roles within the state and regional organizations are encouraged to attend this FREE workshop.

Charlie Couch, University of Northern Colorado

The Core Concepts of SEM
ID: 5675
Fee: $175

This introductory workshop will provide an overview of the concepts and strategies of strategic enrollment management. Participants will expand their understanding of SEM and take away action plans for achieving enrollment goals upon their return to campus.

Tom Green, AACRAO Consulting
Michele Sandlin, AACRAO Consulting