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Introduction to High-Impact Practices - Shared screen with speaker view
Christine Arias
40:29
Best laugh I've had in a while!
Mark St. Andre
40:32
Chris, you can automatically mute everyone too if that helps.
Vannia Ruiz
40:43
Hi George!! You look great :-)
Mark St. Andre
41:35
But, that was kind of funny. We all need a laugh at this point...
Kelli Smith
49:40
I love that George got in a plug for Luther College. ;-)
Mark St. Andre
49:46
I found that two High Impact Practices was the sweet spot - had the most impact on increasing students’ sense of belonging on campus.
Shauna Reilly
50:14
That's what our research supports as well
Student Opportunity Center
50:36
Everyone who is not George Kuh, please mute your microphone and do not un-mute. Thank you.
Kellianne Yang
53:07
Can anyone explain what a salutary effect is? Thanks in advance :)
Erin ONeill
53:38
Salutary means beneficial, according to google
Anita Taylor
53:42
had to look it up
erin webster garrett
53:48
is there any research on whether having a HIP during the sophomore and/or junior years makes an appreciable difference in time to degree? I feel this is true but would like to cite specific studies
Anita Taylor
53:55
definition of salutary. 1 : producing a beneficial effect : remedial salutary influences. 2 : promoting health : curative.
Anita Taylor
54:01
:-)
Mark St. Andre
55:17
Erin, We examined the impact of participating in Undergraduate Research and , despite that experience typically happening in the Sophomore or Junior year, led to a significant 2.5% increase in retention to the next year compared to those who didn’t do UG Research.
erin webster garrett
56:43
That's great. Would love to learn more... I'll try to connect offline
Suzanne Carbonaro
56:58
Serving others should be included in all mission statements, particularly educational institutions that grow our youth so they are prepared to serve others first. This is clearly an important attribute give current state of affairs. How do we infuse this concept into HIPs?
Taunya Dressler
58:10
Suzanne, service learning, or community engaged learning is included in the original list of HIPs identified by Kuh in his 2008 study.
Mark St. Andre
58:45
Peer mentoring is definitely a high impact practice. Our first year experience program, which has been around 30 years, swears by peer mentors as being key to their success.
Fred Tugas
59:24
Love seeing campus employment framed as a HIP!
Suzanne Carbonaro
59:55
I suppose, I was looking to see what universities may offer as result of this COVID-19 crisis. I have colleagues who have had to make swift changes as a result of current state of affairs.
Suzanne Carbonaro
01:01:38
https://www.forbes.com/sites/williammeehan/2020/04/16/anthony-fauci-md-ii-all-educational-institutions-should-include-instilling-serving-others-in-their-mission/?subId3=xid:fr1587220490329ehd#4075c220fc86
Taunya Dressler
01:02:12
That’s a great point Suzanne! Thanks for sharing the link.
Shari Lindsey
01:04:05
Can advising be a high impact practice for students?
Kathleen Stephens
01:04:53
Where could we find resources/research/information on the impact of honors programs on low-income community college students? We would like to better serve this underrepresented population in Dallas.
Crystal Ford Bingle
01:05:09
Can virtual volunteering be a HIP?
Amy Gossett
01:05:10
In addition to peers, how do you get students to take advantage of the myriad of opportunities out there for students?
Suzanne Carbonaro
01:05:14
Kathleen, I am interested in this as well.
Laura Antonow
01:05:51
We are attempting to convert a couple of our Study USA (study away) courses into “experiential” virtual classes. Are there any resources or best practices for this type of student engaged course work?
Taunya Dressler
01:07:01
And you’d have to consider advisor turnover in light of the role of sustained engagement and time.
Suzanne Carbonaro
01:09:04
We are doing something with CC service learning where students are providing a service to community agencies using social media - meaning designing social media plans, supporting teaching and learning on how to use social media and actually piloting a plan. This is volunteer and tied the sociology course outcomes. I would consider this a HIP given the circumstances and even outside of today’s challenges with social distancing.
Jody Clark Vaisman
01:09:22
Is there a recommended citation for the 8 behaviors in high impact practices?
Juliana Espinosa
01:11:11
Yes, I would also like to read the eight behaviors in HIPs
erin webster garrett
01:11:57
https://www.aacu.org/leap/hips is this what you are looking for?
Marianna Savoca
01:12:03
All you can get this from AACU website for free
K. Maxwell
01:13:10
still only see the power point
Lisa Littlefield
01:13:18
not seeing the demo site
Karen Yates
01:13:21
Do you have any venues for a "One Stop" you could suggest?
Quentin Davis
01:14:08
I think the question is about the behaviors that GK was speaking of (e.g., real time feedback, substantial time with student). I'm interested too.
Lori Hardesty
01:15:04
How large is your staff? And do you employ/engage students in this work?
Megan Randall
01:17:53
Question for SOC: What is the range of universities that you serve? How do they vary is size? Are most of your clients smaller colleges, mid-large size universities?
Lisa Stowe
01:19:46
how can HIPS translate to online environments?
Tracey Lord
01:19:56
Handshake is more than "just another internship site." We currently use it to centralize ALL ELOs FWS, leadership roles, on-campus research opportunities, etc.
Patricia Cardozo
01:20:57
GK: Many of us are implementing ePortfolios and trying to also digitally badge students in 21st century skills for greater employability and to also do ePortfolios more intentionally. However, these take up more university resources and are difficult to scale. Do you see any additional benefits to digital badges?
Lisa Littlefield
01:21:53
What digital badge program are you using?
Patricia Cardozo
01:22:13
We created our own using CAS and AACU standards
Patricia Cardozo
01:22:27
But we are looking into Credly, Badgr,
Mark St. Andre
01:22:32
What high impact practice do you think will arise as a result of COVID-19? What is the new way to keep students engaged in this environment?
Patricia Cardozo
01:22:35
But they don't align with standards
Patricia Cardozo
01:22:42
We have to do that
Patricia Cardozo
01:22:48
And then assess
Tracey Lord
01:22:53
Yes, absolutely Chris
Ola Ahlqvist
01:23:16
Many of your added features like the tag, assignment etc. seem like handy things but would need tighter integration with already existing systems like grading, LMS, registrars. how can you integrate SOC with existing enterprise systems like Canvas, Oncourse, Workday?
Patricia Cardozo
01:23:30
ePortoflios are an 11th HIP, that's why there is movement
Patricia Cardozo
01:23:39
The question is about digital badging
Suzanne Carbonaro
01:25:01
How does Comprehensive Learner Record (CLR) help support the collection of assessment data, evidence of learning, reflection and sharing of these data with employers? How does SOC intersect with CLR?
Marianna Savoca
01:25:49
To support George’s point, e-Portfolio’s power is in the reflection process. No employers have ever asked us to look at them. The students who use them can better articulate what they know in context of what employer needs are
M. Beth Borst
01:26:07
Starting learning e-portfolios in the Ivy Tech Honors College - two-year students. If any 4-year schools here wish to chat about transfer students :)
Mark St. Andre
01:26:11
Well said Marianna.
Emiliy Detmer-Goebel
01:27:00
What are ways that HIPs are incorporated in General Education programs?
Marianna Savoca
01:27:56
Here is LaGuardia’s page: https://eportfolio.laguardia.edu/
Kevin Kaufmann
01:27:58
Sorry if I’m being redundant, but will the PPT be available online later? I jumped in a bit late
Patricia Cardozo
01:28:09
Yes. eportfolios "when done well" means reflection. My question was about the digital badge pathways to demonstrate intentional learning and the mastery of 21st century skills and competencies that ePortfolios can showcase.
Nickki Dawes
01:31:15
So true!! Students need practice at articulating their skills/experience
Kevin Kaufmann
01:31:43
mock interviews are a great way to express those skills.
Krystle Dorsey
01:31:56
what is salutary effect?
Laura Antonow
01:31:59
We are attempting to convert a couple of our Study USA (study away) courses into “experiential” virtual classes. Are there any resources or best practices for this type of student engaged course work?
Vannia Ruiz
01:32:20
Thank you, George!!
Taunya Dressler
01:32:35
Thank you, George!
Christine Arias
01:32:40
A HUGE THANK YOU GEORGE!
Kelli Smith
01:32:41
Thanks Dr. Kuh. Go Hoosiers!
Student Opportunity Center
01:32:47
If we missed your question, please email us at Community@StudentOpportunityCenter.com and we’ll get back with you.
Michael Severy
01:32:50
U of South Florida has HIPs embedded in our gen ed. https://www.usf.edu/undergrad/general-education-council/gened-revision/proposed-program.aspx
Steve Turner
01:32:51
Thank you Dr. Kuh!
erin webster garrett
01:32:57
Thank you George and Chris!
Deborah Baker
01:32:57
Thank you! This was helpful!
Tom Ward
01:32:58
Thank you Dr. Kuh!
Patricia Cardozo
01:33:00
Thank you, Dr. Kuh!
Mark St. Andre
01:33:29
Salutary effect is just a beneficial effect. Anything that helps improve results. Particularly remedial I think.
M. Beth Borst
01:33:38
Thank you Dr. Kuh!! Great to see you! Appreciate all of your scholarship.
Julie Soukup
01:33:42
Thank you so much George Kuh, from Julie Soukup at Creighton University - also in the Midwest by Luther College :)
Suzanne Carbonaro
01:33:59
Thank you, this was a great presentation. Timely and filled with ideas.
Marianna Savoca
01:34:12
Thank you George - it’s great to see you and hear you! Thank you SOC for hosting!
Laura Antonow
01:34:16
Thank you!
Amy Sugerman
01:34:18
Thank you from Drew University!
Tracey Lord
01:34:21
So generous of you to share the PPT deck!
Susan ORourke
01:34:29
Thank you
Beth Odahlen
01:34:30
Thank you for all the information!!
Lori Hardesty
01:34:34
Terrific, thanks!
Mark St. Andre
01:34:34
Thank you!
Rose Freriks
01:34:35
Thanks you!
Quentin Davis
01:34:35
Thank you all very much!
Kevin Kaufmann
01:34:36
Thanks!
Darrell Balderrama
01:34:38
Thank you!
Crystal Ford Bingle
01:34:39
Thank you!
Marianne Smith
01:34:39
thanks
Sean Burns
01:34:40
Thank you SOC and George
molly zhou
01:34:42
thank you