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SEO & PPC Themes Collection July 2017


Name Product: SEO & PPC Themes Collection July 2017

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SEO & PPC Themes Collection July 2017

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SEO & PPC April 2017 Collection


Name Product: SEO & PPC April 2017 Collection

Sale Page: https://www.topseos.com/

Price: $279

SEO & PPC April 2017 Collection

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Complete Udemy Course – Teach Full Time in 2017


Name Product: Complete Udemy Course – Teach Full Time in 2017 (Unofficial)

Sale Page: https://www.udemy.com/udemy2016/

Price: $195

What Will I Learn?
Successfully Launch Your Udemy Course After The Price Change
How to Build Your Student base from 0 to 1000’s In 3 Months
How to Create Profitable Courses Quickly
How to Teach in an Efficient, Effective and Engaging Way!
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Requirements
You will need a computer, a microphone, some expertise of a subject, and this course!
You must treat this as a proper course – you’ll be expected to study it fully and take notes
You must have knowledge of English or Business English
Description
This course is not sponsored or affiliated with Udemy, Inc.

The Complete Udemy Instructor Course 2017: Become a Top Teacher (Unofficial)

If you are looking for a course that teaches you how to maximise your potential as a top selling Udemy Instructor, you may love this Udemy course!

I started on Udemy in April 2016, days after Udemy implemented a Pricing Policy that made instructor revenues plummet by 50-75% in some cases. I used this time to create courses and learn how the Udemy search algorithm works.

Udemy then reverted back to the old pricing policy and the work I did during the April pricing policy has paid off! Having started as an online teacher from scratch, I have used my knowledge of Udemy to make revenues of $15,000! And I have included everything that has been useful to me in this course!

I am continuing to forge a very strong presence on Udemy and have 10 of my courses on the first page under their keyword, and I will show you exactly how you can build your online presence from scratch in this course!

Every single technique which I reveal in this course is easy to put into place in minutes – and can give you instant returns.

Nothing is kept secret, even things that could help your course rank above mine if used correctly! I reveal all I know … and as I test even more things, those that are successful are added to the course – at no extra cost to you! This is a course that will continue to grow and grow.

You will have Udemy’s 30 day guarantee, and my personal promise that you will be wowed and delighted by what you’ll learn in the next 3 to 4 hours . Even if you have a Teach on Udemy course, you’ll be kicking yourself if you miss out on the opportunities to build and increase your revenue. This course includes information that is relevant now in July 2016!

What this course is not:

I will not be showing you how to get rick quick! The opportunity I present to you is how you can work hard now, making consistently good revenues, and make it all pay off once Udemy is stable again. I present you with real evidence of what works to get views which turn into sales which turn into repeat sales.

I will not be able to “look at your course” and “tell you what’s wrong”. I am a Social Media and Udemy expert. I don’t necessarily know your niche or your knowledge – and it would be negligent of me to advise you. You must have something you can teach, and be passionate enough about it to endure the hard times!

I will not teach you anything that in any way breaks Udemy’s terms, rules, conditions etc, whether they are written or implied – I value my Udemy earnings, career and reputation too much!

This course is not endorsed by Udemy in any way – it’s all my own work and testing … but the excellent Udemy staff are there to help you, too, of course!

But, if you want to understand how to make the most of the Udemy opportunity right now – you need to get this course … right this minute.

So enrol now! Every minute you delay is actually COSTING you money!
Who is the target audience?
Anyone who teaches – or wants to teach – on Udemy and make the most of the Udemy opportunity
Anyone who is unsure of whether Udemy is the right platform to share their expertise
Anyone who is thinking of leaving Udemy for Skillshare, Teachable, Amazon or another competitor
Anyone, of any age, from anywhere in the world, who wants to share valuable knowledge
Anyone who wants to very quickly improve an existing Udemy course
Anyone who has started making a course but has been distracted or delayed from releasing it.

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2016 NASPA Annual Conference


Name Product: 2016 NASPA Annual Conference

Sale Page: https://www.naspa.org/events/2016-naspa-annual-conference

Price: $499

From here you can launch a year’s worth of benefits, training, knowledge, and inspiration. Search conference sessions by Topic or Presenter…or preview highlights from the sessions shown below. With over 50 sessions and 50+ hours of content, there’s plenty to keep you busy and on top of your game!

1 Professional Development Plans With Purpose: A Structured Approach to Career Enhancement For Individuals
Theodore Kruse; Tabetha Maly
2 The Student Affairs Professional in an Online Environment
Ed Engelbride; Kim Scalzo; Michelle Forte
3 Gender Identity and Sexual Violence: Exposing Dangerous Gaps in Title IX Training and Compliance Efforts Chicora Martin
4 Supervision as Social Justice Practice
Alina Wong; Rachel Wagner; Kathy Sisneros
5 A Closer Look at Student Financial Wellness
Mandi Cohen
6 Managing a Challenging Work Environment Anne Flaherty; Lori Reesor; Christine Schneikart- Luebbe
7 Inclusion and Social Justice For Students With Disabilities = Accessibility
Tom Thompson; Kelly Leonard
8 Chasing the American Dream: Exploring the Challenges of Undocumented Students
20
Success With Supervising: Ways to Make the Most of Your Relationships
Tava Bingham; Courtney Buzan
21 Creating a Theory-Based Well-Being Assessment For Undergraduates
John Pryor; Penny Rue; Eranda Jayawickreme
22 Succeeding in Your First Year as an AVP/ Number Two Ann Marie Klotz; Vijay Pendakur
23 Legacy: Reflections on a University and the Student Affairs Profession Patrick Day; Judith Chambers; Julie Sina; Elizabeth Griego; Matthew Lopez-Phillips
24 Show Me the Money? Contemporary Challenges in Student Affairs Budgeting and Finance Ann Gansemer-Topf; Peter Englin;
W. Houston Dougharty
25 Findings and Lessons Learned from the “Beyond the Classroom Matters” Assessment Project
Amber Fallucca; Pamela Bowers; Robert Askins
26 Avoiding Overload: Project Management and Productivity Strategies to Organize, Execute and Succeed as a Leader
39
Tell Me More: Inspiring Customer Service in a Developmental Student Affairs World James Wu; Steven Sajkich; Sarah Thompson
40 Beginning Your Journey: Navigating Careers in Student Affairs as a New Professional Lori Reesor; Marilyn Amey
41 A System-Level Approach to High Impact Practices Heidi Leming; Donna Seagle;
Anna Esquivel; Lauren Collier
42 The Complexity of African American Male Under-Achievement and Attainment in Post- Secondary Contexts Eric Blacknall
43 Racialized Aggressions and Social Media on Campus Kevin Gin; Heather Rowan-Kenyon; Ana Martínez Alemán; Scott Radimer
44 Safety on the Internet: Tools to Minimize and/Or Respond to Cyberstalking
Lauren Strunk
45 Freedom of (and From) Speech on Campus in the Social Media Age
John Lowery
46 AOD Program Compliance: Building Effective and Compliant Policies, Notifications, and Biennial Reviews

Brooke Wilson; Katherine Johnson;
Erica Eckert
Anne Cartwright; Jeff Stefancic; Tamara Loew

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De’Ronnius Young
Navigating the Community College
27
Utilizing CAS Standards to Examine
Leadership Development Effectiveness
47
Creating Purpose: Fostering Dialogue and Cultivating Connections Across Campus

Experience: Issues, Trends, and Best Practices
Scott Peska; Quincy Martin; Paulette Dalpes
10 #Digitalfaith: Understanding the Digital Landscape For Religious and Spiritual Development Sable Manson; Tasneem Noor
11 I’m Not Supposed to Be Here: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
Brandon Common; Eileen Galvez
12 Connecting to Improve Faculty Understanding and Preparation For Issues of Sexual Assault
Sarah Hurtado; Allison BrkaLorenz
13 Student to Active Alumni: A Collaborative Effort to Establish a Lifetime of Engagement Shannon Brecheisen
14 Moving Beyond Climate in Assessing Campus Environments: (Re)Focusing on What Works Natasha Saelua; Samuel Museus; Ting-Han Chang
15 Toward More Robust Gender Inclusivity: Using Law and Policy to Address the Needs of a Gender Corey James Benson; Adriana Alicea- Rodriguez; Matthew Peterson
16 Beyond Busy: Challenging the Glorification of a Hectic Life Jennifer Wegner; Amy Homkes- Hayes; Charlie Potts
17 Case Management: Assuring the Well Being of Students “No Problem Too Small”
Erica Kelsey; Annette Eaton; William Stackman
18 Undertaking a State-Wide Effort to Reduce Sexual Violence
Ed Engelbride; Carol Stenger; Joseph Storch
19 Student Learning and Success in an Era of Diminishing Public Resources
Brent Marsh; Shana Warkentine Meyer

Jerri Arnold-Cook
28 Millennial Leadership: A New Framework For a New Leader
Gerald Mitchell; Meagan Mitchell-Kelley
29 Institutionalized Support For Undocumented Students Diana Valdivia; Henoc Preciado; Rafael Vázquez
30 Data-Driven Success Strategies For First- Year Students Brian Samble; Daniel Newhart; Patience Whitworth
31 Research and Policy Institute – Public Policy 101: Intersections Between Public Policy and Student Affairs Practice Amelia Parnell; Kimberly Grieve; Seann Kalagher
32 Trauma-Informed Practice: Exceeding the Needs of Student Survivors on Our Campuses Tricia Shalka; Erin Vlach
33 Conversations on Race: Moving from Angst to Action
Barry Olson; Maura Murphy; Erin Robinson
34 Life in Transition: Switching Functional Areas as a Graduate and New Professional Mandi Cohen; Thomas Harwell; Antonio-Philip Lytle; Jake Cohen
35 Understanding and Managing Presidential Transitions: Lessons For VPSAs and Their Teams Barbara LoMonaco; Pauline Dobrowski; Jason Pina; Rebecca Sawyer
36 Restorative Justice Approaches to Sexual Misconduct David Karp; Kaaren Williamsen
37 Preparing Tomorrow’s Student Affairs Leaders in Community Colleges
R. Keith Howard; Michael Baston; Mary Lewellen; Michael Hodge
38 Veteran Influx: Supporting Veterans in the Higher Education Pipeline
Christopher Davidson

Stephanie Hernandez; Tanisha Jenkins
48 Environmental Factors Influencing the Acceptance of Assessment Peggy Holzweiss; Matt Fuller; Rebecca Bustamante
49 Creating Safe Spaces During Sexual Misconduct Investigations
Jill Dunlap
50 Navigating Conflicts Related to Religious Identity & Diversity On Mary Ellen Giess; Maria Blandizzi; Stephanie Russell Krebs; Mark Forrester
51 Making Academic and Student Affairs Partnerships to Advance Diversity and Social Justice Sarah Hurtado; Lucy LePeau; Ryan Davis
52 Sexual Assault Campus Climate Surveys: a Tale of Two Campuses Ruth Anne Koenick; Holly Rider-Milkovich
53 Setting a Racial Equity and Inclusion Agenda For the 2016 Election Demetri Morgan; Lori Patton Davis; Shaun Harper; Susana Muñoz; Sam Museus; Edward Smith
54 Aligning Expectations With Resources: Assessing Your Office Catherine Feminella; Carlyle Lawrence
55 Retention Is Everyone’S Problem: Using Analytics to Design Targeted Interventions to Increase Persistence Emily Hester; Kurt Keppler; Melissa Brocato
56 Supporting College Student Mental Health: Collaboration and Training Erik Sorensen; Sasha Masoomi; Chiaothong Yong
57 Courtrooms Vs. Classrooms: Mitigating Greek Life Hazing & Violence Jason Meriwether
58 Sharing Our Journey: Muslims in Higher Education Mehtap Donuk; Faran Saeed
59 Successful Campus and Community Frameworks to Address High Risk Alcohol Use Lori Reesor; Tom Rocklin.

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SOCIAL SKILLS – Double Your Social Skills & Make New Friends


Name Product: SOCIAL SKILLS – Double Your Social Skills & Make New Friends

Sale Page: https://www.udemy.com/social-skills-make-friends/

Price: $200

What Will I Learn?
Learn how to develop amazing new friendships
Learn how to boost your social life
Learn how to make new friends
Learn how to become socially successful
Learn how to connect with people instantly
Learn how to get over being shy socially
Learn how to remove the fear of approaching people
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Requirements
Open minded & willingness to go out to meet new people
Description
Boost Your Social Skills & Develop Amazing New Friendships

Would you like to be able to connect with people?
Would you like to get new extraordinary friends?
Would you like to boost your social skills?
Would you like to get the social life of your dreams?
Would you like to become socially successful?
Welcome To The Complete Course That Will Teach You How To Make New Extraordinary Friends

How would your life improve if you had incredible friends around you who could support you, motivate you, take care of you, share a great moment with you and become important people in your life?

Boost Your Social Skills & Develop Amazing New Friendships

Make New Friends Easily
Double Your Social Life
Connect With People Instantly
Social Skills Secrets
Build Social Confidence
Social Skills Secrets: Boost Your Social Skills & Make New Friends

This course if for people who would like to make new amazing friends who they can really connect with, boost their social skills & develop a more fulfilling social life. It has been adapted to help people with little scoial skills to boost their social life and people who already have good social skills to get the friends they ‘ve always dreamt of!

At the end of this course, you will become socially successful. You will learn powerful tools & techniques in this course that will show you exactly how to make new amazing friends & boost your social life.
What are you waiting for? Enroll in this course right now so you can start your transofmration!

This course has a 30 day money back guarantee. You can try this course and see how it can boost your social life! Why not trying? You can only improve your social skills from this deal!

Who is the target audience?
People who would like to create amazing new friendships & boost their social life

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2016 NACAC National Conference


Name Product: 2016 NACAC National Conference

Sale Page: https://ncreg.nacacnet.org/ehome/index.php?eventid=161995&

Price: $199

2016’s most valuable professional development event for College Admission Counseling

LL01 Location-Based Enrollment Marketing
LL02 Traffic is Vanity; Conversions are Sanity
LL03 Engaging High Schools Through Gamification and Change Leadership
LL04 Tearing Down Silos to Improve Customer Service: Lessons in CRM Implementation for Admission, Orientation, Financial Aid, Student Accounts and Records
LLOS Advising Students Toward Health Professional Programs
LL06 Utilizing Online Tools to Strengthen the K-12 Recruitment Pipeline
LL07 Considerations for Becoming an International School Counselor or Admission Officer
LL08 How to Use US/Canadian Funding in Other Countries
LL09 Using Appreciative Inquiry to Authentically Differentiate and Focus on Students Most Likely to Thrive at Your Unique School
LL10 Counseling for College Readiness
LL11 Best Practices for International Recruitment
LL12 Evaluating College Access Programs
LL13 Using Data to Create a Custom Strategic Recruitment Plan for Your Territory
LL14 How to Improve a Personal Statement in 20 Minutes!
TL01 Predicting Student Paths through Posts: the Impact of Social Media in the College Admission and Scholarship Process
TL02 Be Smarter Than the Technology: Investing in Staff to Leverage Technology and Innovate Your Admission Office
TL03 Run a Counseling Office From Your Mobile Device: How to Use Social Media and Apps to Engage Students
TL04 Inspire, Inform, and Interact: Using Video to Increase Engagement
TLOS Optimizing Mobile for Your Future Students: Findings from the 2016 Social Admissions Report
TL06 Txt4Success: Effective Strategies for Using Texting to Engage Students in the Admission Process
A01 The Relationship Dynamic: How Prospective Students Form a Relationship with Your College, and Why it Matters in Your Ability to Grow and Control Enrollment
A02 How America Pays for College 2016: What Counselors Need to Know
A03 Beyond the Obvious: Shaping the College List
A04 Test Optional Admission: Best Practices, Implications and Next Steps
AOS From Albania to Zimbabwe – Searching for Best-Fit Interna­ tional Students
A06 A CONVERSATION WITH: David Coleman, President and CEO, The College Board
A07 It Isn’t Your Imagination: Rapid Societal Shifts Are Chang­ ing the World of Colleges and Universities
A08 College Matriculation and Degree Attainment for Young Men of Color
A09 What National Transfer Trends Mean for Access, Admission, and Success
A10 NACAC’s Statement of Principles of Good Practice: Consid­ ering Change in Changing Times
A11 Strengthening College/CBO Partnerships to Improve the Ad­ mission Process for First-Gen and Underrepresented Students
A12 How Numbers Are Used (and Misused) in the Admission Process
A13 FEATURED SPEAKER: Jeff Selingo — Launching from College: The Sprinters, Wanderers, and Stragglers
A14 Challenging Your Lens: Training Admission Readers for a Changing Demographic
A1S Recruiting and Serving the Self-Service Generation
101 College Readiness, Access and Success for Low-Income and First-Generation Students
102 Higher Education and the Redesigned SAT – New Strategies and Learnings
103 Prior Year and You: Managing Change and Identifying Opportunity
104 India – An Emerging Market to Recruit Undergraduate Students

BOS The Cambridge Student
106 Uber, Lyft or CAB? How to Hail a Counselor Advisory Board
107 Multiple Options for Optimum Results: Effective and EfficientTransfer Pathways
108 College Admission en Espanol
109 The Housing Bubble, The Stock Bubble ..The International Bubble?
110 Pairing, Partnering and Producing: Develop Ways to Better Prepare Our Students for College-Level Work
111 National Focus on Highly-Selective Schools
112 Naviance Update: What’s New and Notable for 2016-2017
113 Advising NCAA Prospective Student-Athletes
114 Race on Campus
B1S Accepting Portfolios for Admission: Lessons from Early Adopters
C01 Reframing the Discussion on ROI
C02 FEATURED SPEAKER: Claudio Sanchez, Education Corre­ spondent for National Public Radio
C03 Admission Essay 2.0: Learn How to Think Like A Writer to Guide Your Students
C04 Federal Service Academy Application Process
COS Recruiting Latino Students: Tips, Strategies, and Best Practices
C06 Identifying, Attracting and Supporting International Students from US High Schools
C07 Women and STEM Fields: A Continuing Conundrum
COB Underserved Learners: The Condition of College and Career Readiness and Best Practices for Meaningful Impact
C09 Understanding Test-Optionalffest-Required Admission Policies
C10 #WeArelnThisTogether – Becoming the Best Ally for Your LGBTO Students in the College Search Process
C11 New Regulations Pertaining to Overtime Pay
C12 When the Parent is More Ambitious than the Student C13 Implications of the Fisher v University ofTexas Decision C14 The FAFSA: What You Need to Know for 2017-18
C1S The Common Application and the Path to College Enroll­ ment
D01 Barriers to Admission at Selective Institutions for Low-In­ come Students
D02 Replacing Personal Statements with More Personalized Questions
D03 The Legal Ramifications of Disclosure
D04 Reasons to Go Regional: Implementing Regional Admis­ sion Officers
DOS The Access Triangle: Creating an Effective College, High School, and CBO Partnership
D06 College Exploration and Middle School: The Power of the Partnership
D07 A CONVERSATION WITH: Marten Roorda, CEO, ACT, Inc.
DOI “Times Higher Education Rankings: Shaping Students’ Study Choices”
D09 College Readiness and College Success: Developing Noncognitive Assessments for Distinct Outcomes and Populations
D10 Navigating the UK Education System and UCAS Application
D11 Students with Learning Disabilities and Applications
D12 Recruiting and Retaining Generation Z: Assembling the Pieces for the Right Fit
D13 Help Me Help You: Managing Alumni/Parent Volunteer Recruitment Programs
D14 Test Optional, Required or Flexible
D1S Addressing the Turmoil: Recruitment and College Counsel­ ing in Uncertain Campus Climates
D16 What Admission Deans Think: Results on Hot Issues in the Field
E01 Innovative Strategies for Recruiting Right-Fit Students
E02 Advising US Students on Pursuing University Options Abroad
E03 Tomorrow’s Jobs: The 2014-24 Employment Projections from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
E04 Developing an Effective Professional Learning Plan…

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Make Good First Impression & Instantly Connect With People


Name Product: Make Good First Impression & Instantly Connect With People

Sale Page: https://www.udemy.com/firstimpressionsocialskills/

Price: $200
What Will I Learn?
make good first impressions constantly
create meaningful connections with people around them
learn how to be liked by people
become memorable when they approach people
master the art of the first impression
get amazing social skills and communication skills
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Requirements
As it is a self development course, no prior experience is needed. You can have a notepad and a pen to take some notes!
Description
Make A Powerful First Impression: Connect With People Instantly, Be Liked & Become Memorable

Would you like to be able to walk in a room full of strangers and instantly befriend everyone?
Would you like to learn how to make friends everywhere and make amazing first impressions everywhere you go?
Would you like to learn what makes people connect, open up and click with others?
YOU DON’T HAVE A SECOND CHANCE TO MAKE A FIRST IMPRESSION!

So why don’t we take the time to transform you into a social magnet that will be able to create amazing first impressions everywhere you go and be able to create meaningful connections with people around you?

Everyone can learn how to make a good first impression. You must just know the right tools and the social triggers to make it happen. This is what you will get in this course…

With his course, you will be able to:

create connections with people who matter the most
learn the art of making an amazing first impression everywhere you go
learn exactly how to start a conversation with any stranger
have an attractive body language so that people will love talking to you
how to get rapport and connect quickly with anyone
be more charismatic and more confident…
and so much more….
This course is for people who would like to learn how to make an amazing first impressin with everyone they meet and be able to connect and be memorable.

Who is the target audience?
People who would like to master the art of the first impression; people who would like to network better, have better realtionships with their colleagues and boss, better persona social life…
Everyone who would like to create meaningful connections with people around them.

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2017 NAIS Annual Conference


Name Product: 2017 NAIS Annual Conference

Sale Page: http://annualconference.nais.org/

Price: $1999
Take time to explore the theme, Make Your Mission Matter: From Vision to Values. Learn from your colleagues as you examine not only your school’s mission but also your personal vision. Discover how we can honor our values, be attentive to the complexities of the present, and look forward to a courageous vision for the future of our schools and our students.

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Critical Collaboration: How to Develop
Successful Admission and Marketing
Partnerships
Stacy Jagodowski
02
Chess with the Press … or Seven Tips for Crisis
Communications
Robert Movradinov; Melinda
Bihn
03
Mapping the Change From an Operational to a
Strategic/Generative Board
David Michelman;
MC Ragsdale
04
Back From the Brink: Use Your Mission to
Transform Enrollment, Governance, and
Fundraising
Robert Whelan; Pete Moore; Judith
Arnstein; Wendy Weil
05
You Can’t Get Strategic Unless You Get Strategic
Veronica Codrington-Cazeau; Robert Greene
06
Enough Is Enough: Student Discipline and
Expulsion (What Holds Up in Court?)
Candice
Pinares-Bae; Helena Levine
07
Walking the Tightrope: Balancing Effective
Communication with Privacy Laws
Linda Adler;
Dan Glass
08
School as Launch Pad: How Start-Up Schools
Are Creating Impact and Change in Education
Jim Eagen; Alex Ragone
09
Evolving Expectations of School Responses to
Student-on-Student Sexual Assaults
Linda
Johnson; Maureen Ferris; Eric Seaborg; Sandy Lish
10
Embedding an International Student Program
into the Fabric of Your School Culture
Brenda Vishanoff; Kori Hocket
11
Does Your Market Value Your Values? Aligning
Your School’s Brand With Its Identity
Tiffany
Hendryx; Sharon Klein
12
Planning a Capital Campaign: Are Your
Trustees Ready to Take the Lead?
Helen Colson;
Anne Seltzer
13
Healthy Head of School Transitions for Small
Schools
Jeffrey Barclay; Amy Panitz,; Fanning
Hearon; Fran Bisselle
14
How to Find and Keep an Exceptional Board
Chair (or Mentor a Poor One)
John Littleford
15
Thriving or Barely Surviving? Strategies for
School Board Success
David Schriver
16
Breaking the Mold: 21st Century Best
Practices for Women Leaders
Amada Torres;
Susan Feibelman; Gillian Goodman; Tekakwitha
Pernambuco-Wise; Laura Blackburn Reed
17
Drug and Alcohol Programs: What’s Legal,
What’s Not, What’s Hot?
Suzanne Bogdan;
Jayme Karolyi
18
Technology at Your Service: Building a
Mission-Driven Technology Department
Sarah
Hanawald; Jennifer Carey; Kelsey Vrooman
19
Eyes Wide Open: Fearless Institutional Risk
Management
Debra Wilson; Constance Neary
20
Engaging in Honest Conversations on Race
Through Storytelling
John Blumenstein; Kaliq
Hunter Simms
21
Featured Workshop with Charles Fadel
Charles Fadel
22
Expanding Enrollment by Identifying and
Converting Fence-Sitters
Beruria Novich; Brian
Doyle
23
Make New Friends But Keep the Old: Including
“Outside” Trustees on Your Board
Lynn
Friedman; Valaida Wise
24
(Almost) Everything You Need to Know About
Leading School Chang
e
Anne-Marie Balzano;
Scott Bauer….

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2017 NASPA Annual Conference


Name Product: 2017 NASPA Annual Conference

Sale Page: https://www.naspa.org/conferences

Price: $1997

From here you can launch a year’s worth of benefits, training, knowledge, and inspiration. Search conference sessions by Topic or Presenter…or preview highlights from the sessions shown below. With over 50 sessions and 50+ hours of content, there’s plenty to keep you busy and on top of your game!

01
Exercising Positive Leadership
Peter Mather
02
Conducting Comprehensive Program Reviews in
Student Affairs
Emily Langdon; Charles Nies
03
International Crisis Management Plans: Are You
Prepared?
Matthew Rader; Stephanie Rock; Nicole
Collins
04
Supporting First-Year, First-Generation College
Students in Transition
Brett Bruner; Keegan Nichols
05
Pokemon GO! and Higher Ed: Experiential
Education in the Digital Environment
Dave Eng
06
Understanding Student Food Insecurity: Issues,
Impacts, and Responses
Clare Cady; Brandon
Mathews
07
Using CAS for Evaluating Program Effectiveness
and Student Learning
Marybeth Drechsler Sharp;
Daniel Bureau; Pamelyn Klepal Shefman; Deborah
Garrett; Gavin Henning
08
Making a BIG Impact: Indigenizing Predominantly
White Institutions
Tiffany Smith; Corey Still; Monty
Begaye; Breanna Faris
09
College Access and Success for Former Foster
Youth at SDSU: A Public, Private, and Federal
Government Partnership at Work
Eric Rivera;
Vitaliano Figueroa; Emilio Ulloa; Rose Pasenelli;
Reynaldo Monzon; Ben Moraga; Salvador Terrones
11
Dealing with Offensive Speech: Orienting New
Students to the Reality of Freedom of Expression
Daniel Carpenter; Steven Schultz; Kasi Jones
12
Starting from Scratch: Being the First in a Newly
Created Position
Nicole Baron; Krista Klein; Patrick Love…….

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David Wilcock – The Source Field Investigation


Name Product: David Wilcock – The Source Field Investigation

Sale Page: _http://dwilcock.com/

Price: $449

A stunning synthesis of hidden science and lost prophecies, The Source Field Investigations exposes many great secrets: DNA transformation, consciousness science, wormholes, stargate travel, sacred geometry, ancient conspiracies, multidimensional time, the Maya calendar, and a stunning new model of galactic energy fields triggering mental, biological, and spiritual evolution. More than two million people have seen David Wilcock’s incredible tour of the 2012 prophecies in his Internet documentary, The 2012 Enigma.

Now, he expands his vision with a cutting-edge investigation into alternative sciences with deep insights into what is coming in our future. Unlike the apoca-lyptic viewpoints depicted in big-budget disaster films, Wilcock believes that 2012 will be a water-mark for widespread acceptance of a greater reality – and in his book, he lays out many of the blueprints for such a Golden Age.
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