Academic advising: a comprehensive handbook
Virginia N. Gordon, Wesley R. Habley
Jossey-Bass, 2000 - Education - 452 pages
A Publication of the National Academic Advising Association
"A powerful blending and balancing of both theory and practice. From novices to veterans, this handbook is the new bible for professional academic advisors."
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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.
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Use of Theory in Academic Advising
Current Practices in Academic Advising
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