Interview Student Affairs

you will interview your chosen student affairs professional. It could be that you are interviewing your chosen professional through Skype, Google Hangouts, or over the phone. As we learned this week, our lives are highly dependent on technology and it has changed the way we interact, learn, and serve. Your interview, which was scheduled in advance, should consist of open-ended questions (why, when, how, what, etc.) rather than closed-ended questions (did, will, are). The questions you ask are created by your curiosity and within the topic of student affairs and technology. Perhaps you want to know more about how student affairs professions have used social networks, or how they use technology to support various student groups (disabled, international, distance, etc.).

Whatever you choose, ask your interviewee at least 10 questions, but no more than 15 questions. Using the questions as titles, create a PowerPoint presentation with a slide for each question and speaker notes to describe the answer and thoughts. Finish your presentation with a discussion of what you have learned about the topic relative to your own educational leadership and for society as a whole.

Length: 15 slides with a separate reference slide

Notes: 200-300 words per slide

References:Include a minimum of three scholarly resources.

Your presentation should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic.

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