Academic advising : a comprehensive handbook


    • Gordon, Virginia N.
    • Habley, Wesley R.


Academic advising : a comprehensive handbook

Virginia N. Gordon, Wesley R. Habley, and Associates

(The Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series)

Jossey-Bass , NACADA, c2000

1st ed

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Includes bibliographical references and indexes



A Publication of the National Academic Advising Association "A powerful blAnding and balancing of both theory and practice. From novices to veterans, this handbook is the new bible for professional academic advisors." -John N. Gardner, senior fellow, National Resource Center on the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina, Columbia"A valuable tool for advisors and all others interested in the history and future of advising." -Martha M. Garland, vice-provost and dean for undergraduate studies, The Ohio State University"One of the most comprehensive overviews of key concepts in academic advising by many of the best-known experts in advising." -Manuel Ramos, president, National Academic Advising Association One of the greatest challenges in higher education is helping students achieve academic success while ensuring their personal and vocational needs are fulfilled. High enrollment, new curricula, and technological advances are just some of the developments that have profoundly affected academic advising. This handbook not only clarifies the current status of academic advising but also envisions its role and practice for the future. More than thirty experts share their wisdom and experience from the field. They provide rich insights for faculty and full-time advisors, counselors, and those who are responsible for the administration or coordination of advising services. Topics include:* The history and philosophy of academic advising* The influence of theory in contemporary practice* Ethical considerations and legal obligations* Advising multicultural students and students with special needs* Integrating advising with career and life planning* Advising students one-to-one and in groups* Organizational models for effective advising* Technological resources that support advising* Strategies for training and evaluating advisors* Anticipating and adapting to changes in academic advising


  • Part I: Foundations of Academic Advising
  • 1. Historical and Philosophical Foundations for Academic Advising, Susan H. Frost
  • 2. Use of Theory in Academic Advising, Don G. Creamer
  • 3. Current Practices in Academic Advising, Wesley R. Habley
  • 4. Ethical Considerations and Obligations, Katherine Simon Frank
  • 5. Legal Issues in Academic Advising, Barbara A. Becker
  • Part II: Student Diversity and Academic Advising
  • 6. Academic Advising and Today's Changing Students, M. Lee Upcraft, Pamela S. Stephens
  • 7. Advising Students at Different Educational Levels, Gary L. Kramer
  • 8. Advising Multicultural Students, Ronnie Priest, Sidney A. McPhee
  • 9. Advising Students with Special Needs, Steven C. Ender, Carolyn J. Wilkie
  • 10. Advising Students in Transition, George E. Steele, Melinda L. McDonald
  • 11. Integrating Academic Advising and Career and Life Planning, Betsy McCalla--Wriggins
  • Part III: Organization and Delivery of Advising Services
  • 12. Developing Mission, Goals, and Objectives for the Advising Program, Eric R. White
  • 13. Organizational Models for Academic Advising, Celest F. Pardee
  • 14. Delivering Academic Advising: Advisor Types, Alice G. Reinarz
  • 15. One--on--One Advising, Charlie L. Nutt
  • 16. Advising Students in Groups, Nancy S. King
  • 17. Technological Resources That Support Advising, Michael E. McCauley
  • 18. Technological Delivery Systems, Remy R. Sotto
  • 19. Using Assessment Instruments, Thomas J. Grites
  • Part IV: Training, Evaluation, and Recognition
  • 20. Designing Effective Training for Academic Advisors, Margaret C. King
  • 21. A Framework for Training Program Content, Linda C. Higginson
  • 22. Model Training Programs, Faye Vowell, Philip J. Farren
  • 23. Assessing the Effectiveness of the Advising Program, Michael L. Lynch
  • 24. Assessing Individual Advisor Effectiveness, Elizabeth G. Creamer, Delores Scott
  • 25. Recognition and Reward for Excellence in Advising, Thomas J. Kerr
  • Part V: Dealing with Change in the Future of Academic Advising
  • 26. Current Issues in Advising Research, Victoria A. McGillin
  • 27. Meeting the Needs of Tomorrow's Learners and Tomorrow's Workplace, Virginia N. Gordon
  • 28. Anticipating, Implementing, and Adapting to Changes in Academic Advising, Herta Teitelbaum
  • AppAndix A: NACADA's Core Values
  • AppAndix B: Council for the Advancement of Standards (CAS)
  • AppAndix C: NACADA Resources

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