External Professional Development Resources

Below is a list of resources external to the University that Student Affairs members are encouraged to utilize to facilitate their learning and professional development.

10 Books About RaceLists and briefly summarizes ten resources to learn more about racial injustice. 

About CampusBimonthly publication for educators who want to examine contemporary issues, policies, and practices that influence student learning in higher education. Available in print and web form to ACPA members.

ACPA Graduate Prep Program DirectorySearch through a database of over 100 graduate preparation programs related to higher education and student affairs.

Assessment Best Practice WebinarsBaseline has curated a variety of free webinars on a wide range of assessment-related topics.

Association of American Colleges & UniversitiesOffers a weekly email with recent news stories, publications and research, and events, conferences, and webinars related to liberal education and inclusive excellence.

Chronicle of Higher Education, InsideHigherEd, University BusinessWebsites and publications that present news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty and administrators.

Education Source: The largest and most complete collection of full-text education journals providing scholarly research and information to meet the needs of education students, professionals, and policy makers.

Journal of College Student DevelopmentJCSD, the largest and leading source of research about college students and the field of student affairs, publishes scholarly articles and reviews from a wide range of academic fields. This resource is free with individual ACPA membership.

HigherEd/StudentAffairs Live: An online learning community for educators exploring current topics affecting college students and their campus environments.

NASPA Online Learning Community: Explore hundreds of online courses from NASPA‚Äôs initiatives, programs, and events.  Some courses are free and some offer a discounted cost to members.

NASPA Policy and Advocacy: Provides overviews and updates on key federal and state policy conversations relevant to student affairs work.

NASPA Policy Briefing Series: Free monthly online professional development opportunities provided on the last Thursday of every month from 2:30 to 3:00 p.m. Archived briefings can be found on the NASPA YouTube channel.

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