Connect 2017, July 18-29

OrgSync Track

Sessions designed for current users of the OrgSync platform. Sessions will highlight usage of a specific feature or module within OrgSync.

Wednesday, July 19

2:45 - 3:45 PM | San Antonio A

Onboarding Unique Partners

This presentation will discuss the conversations, negotiations, training and challenges to adding an umbrella as a campus partner - particularly those who want to utilize the platform in innovative ways.

Presented By: Kim Scatton - Coordinator, Sr., Arizona State University

2:45 - 3:45 PM | State Room 1

Building Your Dream Team for Event Management Success

When it comes to event management, are you the sole decision maker? In most cases, probably not. Successful approval processes require a team willing to collaborate, compromise, and be creative. Learn how the University of Central Oklahoma has recruited their dream team in order to build an all-encompassing Event Approval Process.

Presented By: Nicole Dohrety - Coordinator, Student Engagement for Campus Activities and Student Organizations, University of Central Oklahoma

4:00 - 5:00 PM | San Antonio B

Utilizing Forms to Create Online Training

WWU has created online training modules designed to assist club leaders in learning about budget management and travel procedures. Rather than, or sometimes in addition to, meeting in person which takes up staff time, students are able to go through modules with slides, videos, and quizzes to acquire all they need to know. Learn how this campus designed and created these using Forms in OrgSync.

Presented By: Jenn Cook - Student Activities Advisor, Western Washington University
Thursday, July 20

10:15 - 11:15 AM | State Room 1

Meeting Students Where They Are: Using A Student Engagement Platform to Provide Asynchronous Training

Student Organizations receive support at all of our campuses. How they receive that support has changed. Join the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater staff as they share how they found a series of short online trainings (through their platform) helps provide each group with an opportunity to receive the information when it's most useful to them.

Presented By: Kimberly Clarksen - Assistant Director of Career & Leadership Development, University of Wisconsin- Whitewater
Joshua Tepps - Leadership Advisor - Involvement, University of Wisconsin- Whitewater

2:45 - 3:45 PM | State Room 2

Getting the Most Out of Forms: Using OrgSync to Synthesize Campus Life with Strategic Plans and University Archives

The Event Audit Report helps to move SGA and Campus Life towards the Florida International University's Student Affairs' Strategic Plan. These reports are then sent to University Archives, so the accomplishments of the division are woven into the tapestry of FIU.

Presented By: Marcy Alstrom - SGA Office Assistant, Florida International University

2:45 - 3:45 PM | San Antonio B

Showcase Your Success: Using Involvement and Co-Curricular Transcript for Student Assessment

Involvement tools promote student success! Take a look at how Portland Community College's Student Life & Leadership Program has used OrgSync to assess student learning outcomes and highlight student involvement. In a partnership with Career Services, Student Leadership Programs have helped students capture their co-curricular work, develop a comprehensive e-portfolio and develop stronger resumes, all in OrgSync!

Presented By: Chelsea Kimmett - Assistant Coordinator for Student Leadership ,

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