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P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. Live Briefing: Assessing Social Media Threats for Conduct and BITs

Virtual Live Briefings Health, Safety, and Well-being Supporting the Profession Campus Safety and Violence Prevention Mid-Level New Professional Senior Level

The presenter will address the challenge of assessing concerning online communication, written narratives, and artistic works. The program is divided into three sections: 1) a discussion of the growing use of social media and a review of foundational elements of threat assessment; 2) a review of the assessment and intervention processes when a concern is identified; and 3) a discussion of contagion effect and postvention. Several case examples will be used to help the group identify and practice.

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P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. Fall Live Briefing Sessions

The purpose of the NASPA Advisory Services P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. Live Briefing Series is to provide virtual presentations on critical student affairs topics spanning across NASPA Advisory Services’ signature framework, P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S., and its foundational elements for student affairs divisions: policies and procedures for campus safety, resources, academic affairs partnerships, compliance, technology, inclusion, community, evidence-based practices and student success. This framework is applicable to divisions of student affairs and services regardless of institutional size, location, or type.
August 2020
Element: Policy
Assessing Social Media Threats for Conduct and BITs


September 2020
Element: Resources
When Expectations Collide: Supervisory Relationships and the Misalignment of Expectations


September 2020
Element: Compliance
What Title IX Updates May Mean For Your Role


October 2020
Element: Academics
Texas Well-being: Collaborating with University Faculty to Support Student Mental Health


October 2020
Element: Technology
Leveraging Synchronous and Asynchronous Support Mechanisms to Cultivate Student Success


November 2020
Element: Inclusion
Belonging & Community Justice: A Hybrid Approach to Identity Centers
November 2020
Element: Community
Creating the Student Affairs Brand: Promoting Institutional Collaboration and Engagement


December 2020
Element: Evidence
Rubrics: The Unsung Heroes of the Assessment World


December 2020
Element: Students
From Face Time to Facetime: How to Support Online Student Engagement