Designing successful transitions : a guide for orienting students to college
Source:First-year experience monograph series ; no. 13, National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina, Volume 3rd, Columbia, SC, p.249 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb LB2343.32 .D47 2010
Keywords:College freshmen--United States, College student orientation--United States
Contents: A brief overview of the orientation, transition, and retention field / Craig E. Mack -- Theoretical perspectives on orientation / Denise L. Rode and Tony W. Cawthon -- Making the case for orientation : is it worth it? / Bonita C. Jacobs -- Administration of a comprehensive orientation program / April Mann, Charlie Andrews, and Norma Rodenburg -- Community college orientation and transition programs / Cathy J. Cuevas and Christine Timmerman -- Channeling parental involvement to support student success / Jeanine A. Ward-Roof, Laura A. Page, and Ryan Lombardi -- Extensions of traditional orientation programs / Tracy L. Skipper ... [et al.] -- Technology in orientation / J.J. Brown and Cynthia L. Hernandez -- Incorporating crisis planning and management into orientation programs / Dian D. Squire ... [et al.] -- Orientation and first-year programs: a portrait of participating students / Maureen E. Wilson and Michael Dannells -- Creating a developmental framework for new student orientation to address the needs of diverse populations / Archie P. Cubarrubia and Jennifer C. Schoen -- Designing orientation and transition programs for transfer students / Shandol C. Hoover -- Nontraditional is the new traditional : understanding today's college student / Michael J. Knox and Brittany D. Henderson -- Building the case for collaboration in orientation programs : campus culture, politics and power / Beth M. Lingren Clark and Matthew J. Weigand -- Assessment and evaluation in orientation / Robert Schwartz and Dennis Wiese -- Reflections on the history of orientation, transition, and retention programs / Jeanine A. Ward-Roof and Kathy L. Guthrie.