Using Emerging Technologies to Enhance Student Engagement: New Directions for Student Services, Number 124
January 2009, Jossey-Bass
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1. An Introduction to Technologies Commonly Used by College Students (Reynol Junco, Gail A. Cole-Avent)
This overview of the most popular technologies among college students today provides insight into how students use technology and the role technology plays in communication and educational pursuits.
2. Have You Facebooked Astin Lately? Using Technology to Increase Student Involvement (Greg Heiberger, Ruth Harper)
Astin’s model of student involvement provides a way of looking at the current and potential use of Facebook.com to enhance student engagement.
3. Technology Use in Campus Crisis (Jeanna Mastrodicasa)
This chapter examines the impact of technology, such as cell phones and social networking sites, on students and administrators during a crisis, using examples from recent years, including Hurricane Katrina and Virginia Tech.
4. Students' Technology Use and the Impacts on Well-Being (Shelia R. Cotten)
This review of the latest research on how technology use can affect students’ psychological health and well-being also outlines areas for future research and suggestions for practice.
5. Blogging in the Academy (Shane Nackerud, Kurtis Scaletta)
This chapter offers a thorough guide to blogging and its many uses in and out of the classroom to enhance the academic experience.
6. Privacy and Social Networking Sites (Dianne M. Timm, Carolyn J. Duven)
The authors look at how students perceive privacy as it relates to social networking sites and the role staff and faculty play in using this medium on college campuses.
7. Technology for Institutional Enrollment, Communication, and Student Success (Grace Salas, Julie S. Alexander)
Faculty and staff at institutions of higher education are finding strategies for using technology in new ways for communicating and managing information, in addition to collaborating.
8. Beyond the Horizon (Dianne M. Timm, Reynol Junco)
Student affairs professionals will benefit from having a thorough understanding of the technologies available and how students are using them, in addition to staying informed as new technologies develop.
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