NISOD schedules a series of year-round, high-quality, and thought-provoking webinars. Led by community and technical college leaders and other experts in the field, NISOD webinars enable faculty members to conveniently learn about best practices and cutting-edge research related to effective teaching. The combination of powerful expertise and interactive technology promises to bring new life to professional development on campuses around the world.

Complimentary webinars are tagged Webinar Series (Comp).

3 Mar, 2022

Helping Students Become Extraordinary: Using the CliftonStrengths Assessment to Enhance Engagement and Retention at Community Colleges

2022-03-03T14:32:09-06:00March 3rd, 2022|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

Helping Students Become Extraordinary: Using the CliftonStrengths Assessment to Enhance Engagement and Retention at Community Colleges In this webinar, which is geared toward all community college professionals who work in instruction, advising, admissions, and student affairs, participants learn how to use the CliftonStrengths Assessment to increase student engagement and retention. This assessment provides an individualized [...]

10 Feb, 2022

Using Syllabus Management Technology to Keep Learning on Course

2022-02-21T16:47:06-06:00February 10th, 2022|Categories: Webinar Series (Comp)|0 Comments

Using Syllabus Management Technology to Keep Learning on Course This webinar explores the benefits and impacts a syllabus management system had on Angelina College (AC), including consistency, compliance with mandates, and more. AC needed to implement a new syllabus management system that ensured syllabi and curriculum vitae were publicly available. AC implemented Concourse, [...]

7 Feb, 2022

Art, Imitating Life: Integrating Humanities for Teaching Social Sciences

2022-02-24T12:44:39-06:00February 7th, 2022|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

Art, Imitating Life: Integrating Humanities for Teaching Social Sciences Undoubtedly, higher education benefits from collaboration across disciplines. This webinar highlights the use of the humanities to enrich social science instruction. Methodologically, using the humanities as a lens for the social sciences allows students to gain a deeper understanding of often complex, nuanced concepts and unfamiliar [...]

3 Feb, 2022

Reboot Your Class by Teaching With Presence and Compassion

2022-02-24T12:50:03-06:00February 3rd, 2022|Categories: Webinar Series|2 Comments

Reboot Your Class by Teaching With Presence and Compassion As faculty enter the post-Covid teaching arena, there are many strategies available to bring life and engagement to their classes. Contrary to what students think, online courses are not effortless. Online courses require students to have self-management, discipline, and inner motivation. Faculty can help [...]

28 Jan, 2022

Publishing and Presenting With NISOD

2022-02-22T15:00:34-06:00January 28th, 2022|Categories: Webinar Series (Comp)|Tags: |0 Comments

Publishing and Presenting With NISOD Whether you’ve been active with NISOD for years, just found out that your college is a member of NISOD, or you want your college to become a NISOD member, we invite you to join us for NISOD in a Nutshell LIVE! This session focuses on the publication and presentation opportunities that [...]

28 Jan, 2022

Financing the College Experience

2022-02-24T12:52:07-06:00January 28th, 2022|Categories: Webinar Series (Comp)|Tags: |0 Comments

Financing the College Experience This session focuses on various considerations, approaches, and strategies one might consider regarding financing higher education. Glenn Kent works as a financial advisor with Ameriprise. He earned an associate degree while attending community college in Pennsylvania and continued his path in education, obtaining a PhD in psychology. In addition [...]

24 Jan, 2022

Faculty Mental Wellness in Academe: Is Leadership Up to the Challenge?

2022-02-22T14:50:40-06:00January 24th, 2022|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

Faculty Mental Wellness in Academe: Is Leadership Up to the Challenge? In an era of global pandemics, social distancing, covered faces, and vaccine debates, college educators and their students are expected to forge ahead. Yet the question arises: Is leadership prepared? Much is made of student mental wellness, and rightly so, but the [...]

24 Jan, 2022

In Need of a Course Chiropractor? Using Distance Learning Alignment Strategies to Improve Student Success

2022-02-22T14:46:06-06:00January 24th, 2022|Categories: Webinar Series|0 Comments

In Need of a Course Chiropractor? Using Distance Learning Alignment Strategies to Improve Student Success Anyone who has ever taken a seminar or course in improving online course design has undoubtedly heard the term "alignment" again and again. Seasoned faculty sometimes resist the concept, especially when they are told to work on learning [...]

14 Jan, 2022

Two Things Are Certain in This World: Today We Are Going to Discuss One ~ Taxes!

2022-02-22T14:42:23-06:00January 14th, 2022|Categories: Webinar Series (Comp)|Tags: |0 Comments

Two Things Are Certain in This World: Today We Are Going to Discuss One ~ Taxes! This session addresses one of the two “musts” in this world: taxes. Learn some of the underpinnings of our modern-day taxes, where our tax money goes, considerations when filing our tax returns, plus several additional facets of [...]