Coming soon: our first presentation!

Ally and I are excited to share our upcoming presentation (and our first joint presentation about this project). We were invited to speak at the second annual Student Engagement Summit, hosted by Penn State’s Student Engagement Network. This will be a great opportunity to share updates with Penn State colleagues who are interested and invested in student engagement. And of course, to share our progress on this research project!

This year at the Summit, we were encouraged to make sure our attendees leave our session with something to take back with them. In that spirit, Ally and I came up with three questions we want attendees to consider that we think will help with takeaways:

  1. What do you currently know about how students you work with navigate the student engagement landscape?
  2. How would/do these findings impact or influence the work you do with student engagement?
  3. Based on the current chart of engagement types and their variations, what variations are missing? What would you change about the definitions of each engagement type? What resonates with you?

We hope these questions will spur interesting conversations and we also hope we will have a handful of student journey maps to share. After our presentation, we will share our slides on this blog, for those unable to attend.

If you’re at Penn State and available to attend the Summit, you definitely should. Registration opened last week!

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Head of Education & Outreach Services at Northern Kentucky University. When she's not in the library, Hailley is an avid oatmeal connoisseur, baseball scorekeeper, bike rider, embroidery queen, and reader of memoirs. Check her out on Twitter @hailthefargoats.

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