Utilizing Advising Technology

Part of the Academic Advising certificate series »

Course Description

The Online Advising Student Information System (OASIS) is an essential tool for advisors and a primary mode of communication within the advising community. Understanding how OASIS is used to share, gather and interpret advising information can have a meaningful impact on our interactions with students and colleagues across campus. This will be an interactive workshop and is intended for professional advising staff who work primarily with undergraduates.  Participants must be current OASIS users and have a basic familiarity with its functionality. Topics for this workshop include:

  • Key features and customization
  • How OASIS interacts with other campus systems
  • Proper use of notes and documents
  • Student reports and data tools
  • Additional advising resources

All participants must have completed FERPA training within the last two years. If you do not have a valid FERPA training, you will not be able to register for this course. 

Instructor

Brenna Dockter
Andy Prettol
Mark Reyes

Date | Time | Location

October 24, 2017
9:00 - 12:00
268 Hoagland

February 15, 2018
9:00 - 12:00
268 Hoagland

June 12, 2018
9:00 - 12:00
268 Hoagland

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