In a previous post, I noted how much I learned about the similarities and differences of student affairs and services work at the International Bologna Conference. With student success as a general goal, the programs and services that support students vary from country to country.
In an effort to learn about how our colleagues from around the world support students, the International Association for Student Affairs and Services (IASAS) wants to hear from YOU!
IASAS invites you to share your experience in student affairs and services with your colleagues from around the world by participating in the IASAS 10 Questions Blog Project.
But you might be saying to yourself, “I’ve never blogged before. How do I do it?” It’s easy.
Follow the step-by-step instructions below (these instructions are also on the left hand side of the blog page).
1. Go to IASAS Online
2. Read through the questions to get an idea of what they are asking. (It’s okay if you don’t have an answer for every question)
3. At the bottom of the questions, there is a little hyperlinked text that says how many comments have been posted, click on this text.
4. This brings up a new window that has the 10 Questions at the top and whatever responses have been added. Copy the 10 Questions from above and paste them into the window that says “Post a Comment”.
5. Go back into the “Post a Comment” box and answer as many of the questions that you would like to answer. This will take about 15-20 minutes.
6. Choose your “Profile”. The easiest thing to do is to comment as “Your name” or “Anonymous”
7. Click on “Preview”. This will show your comments in a preview window which you can edit.
8. In this box will also be a word verification. This is to insure that a real person, not a computer, is submitting the responses. Type in the letters of the word verification in the space provided and then click “Post comment”.
9. Your responses will then post to the blog for others to see.
Don’t delay. Click on IASAS Online and contribute to the IASAS “10 Questions Project” today. Please forward this message to your network of colleagues so that more student affairs and services staff from around the world will participate and we might learn from one another.