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ILACADA Conference's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Danie Dobrinich Johns
07:03
Before Covid, I didn't use virtual advising regularly. The most I did was email advising.
Anna Chmiel, Moraine Valley Community College
07:05
virtual advising was for 100% online students only, we use WebEx
Jennifer Koehne (Coney)
07:13
No. Almost completely f2f prior COVID. Now 100% online.
Laura Morgan
07:18
no other than phone some phone appointments with email follow-up
Claire Teichman
07:19
No virtual advising here
Juan Martinez
07:24
NO zoom, only email
Christopher Hinkle
07:28
phone and email
Kathleen Schmitz
07:35
Completely f2f before Covid
Erin Volk
08:00
No virtual. Mostly f2f with the occasional phone with email follow-up.
Valerie Brooks Wallin
08:28
Virtual
Claire Teichman
08:28
Only virtual now
Lisa Melz-Jennings
08:29
Only virtual
Juan Martinez
08:29
Here, Virtual
Danie Dobrinich Johns
08:31
Only virtual
Kristi Broda
08:33
virtual only
Mindy Reach
08:33
Mixed!
Kathleen Schmitz
08:34
only virtual
Erin Volk
08:35
Virtual
Shanna McDaniels
08:36
Virtual only
siu850002333
08:38
Virtual/phone
Amy Secretan
08:38
Virtual only
Allison Shuppara
08:42
F2F two days per week, virtual mostly
Julie Oberheim
08:45
virtual/phone
Juan Martinez
08:46
Game changer, it will be virtual
Valerie Brooks Wallin
08:46
Spring 2021 advisement all virtual at SIU
Nicole Mathis
08:47
Virtual
Melissa Williams
08:48
Phone appointments or Zoom appointments
Laura Morgan
08:53
mostly virtual, walk-ins allowed, but calls/email preferred
Jennifer Koehne (Coney)
08:57
For the remainder of 2020, all phone or ZOOM
Carol Westerman-Jones
09:16
100% phone and E-mail
Mindy Reach
09:21
We’re in office M-W
Anna Chmiel, Moraine Valley Community College
09:22
We are on phone/virtual advising, office by appointment only twice a week - for now, that is the plan, no solid plan for future as things can change fast
Shanna McDaniels
22:16
I like 'proactive advising'... never heard it called that before
Anna Chmiel, Moraine Valley Community College
29:36
I would imagine expectations would be best discusses via phone/video so immediate feedback and questions can be answered. Email would potentially produce some confusion or a long back and forth chain of messages?
Claire Teichman
31:12
Yes, I agree Anna. Conversations like this are best when you can have a more personal touch via phone/video.
Jennifer Koehne (Coney)
31:58
When working with new students, traditional freshmen and transfer students I remind them that "transition" is a real thing and it is to be expected to run into some situations that were not anticipated. I encourage students to plan their course load and schedule with these things in mind and discuss some of the things they may experience. I explain it is normal and there are resources to help. I encourage the student to always reach out to me as they find themselves into a difficult situation so that I can help them navigate these situations one thing at a time so they do not get overwhelmed.
Amy Secretan
32:33
Face to face would probably be best to communicate the information and answer questions, but email might also work and could provide an opportunity to link students information and send them information that would be good for them to explore on their own time.
Erin Volk
32:51
I agree having the conversation in person on phone/video, but some kind of email or brochure that can be emailed as a follow-up.
Carol Westerman-Jones
32:52
I might reach out to the student by e-mail inviting a phone or video appointment and send documents about the program with the e-mail, then on phone of video explain about program and previous students experiences then follow phone/video visit with e-mail.
Anna Chmiel, Moraine Valley Community College
33:12
Very true, many students rely on their mobile device and not all school webpages/forms/learning management system/e-book work well or are compatible.... also, I hear of students typing up their essays on the phone.... definitely challenging.
Allison Shuppara
33:46
I would think face-to-face and an email follow-up to send information discussed for the student to look over on their own. I think that sometimes, we throw a lot of information at a student during our appointments, so it is nice to follow up with an email to help them process.
Anna Chmiel, Moraine Valley Community College
34:16
True, we follow up after video/phone conversation by email to share highlights of the conversation and applicable attachments.
Jennifer Koehne (Coney)
35:11
I agree 100% Juan! I have been very surprised by the student's comfort level and understanding of technology and the lack of those things. Sometimes we must be very stern with students to accomplish the goals of the meeting.
Juan Martinez
37:07
Thank you for the information, presentation and opening the conference to something that has so many different webs
Nicole Mathis
47:03
very informative. Thank you!
Vania Doss
47:14
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Valerie Brooks Wallin
47:16
Yes, thank you!
Christopher Hinkle
47:26
Thanks so much!
Kash Malik
47:29
Thank you so much!
Danie Dobrinich Johns
47:34
Thank you!!
Carol Westerman-Jones
47:37
Thank you!
Kristi Broda
47:37
Thank you!
Jennifer Koehne (Coney)
47:38
Thank you!
Vania Doss
47:42
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Melissa Williams
47:44
Thank you!
Martha Silva
47:48
Thank you so much!