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ACLx: 2016 Conference Recap

 

For ACL members who couldn’t attend the conference, who missed a session, or who just want to be reminded of what they learned, the Virtual Professional Development Committee has compiled a “lightning round” podcast of multiple conference presenters sharing their top “take-aways” and “a-ha!” moments from their sessions.

 

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On November 15, we launched this podcast with a live interview, in which ACL President Claire Ramsbottom and conference host Neal Abraham shared their observations about this year’s conference in Northampton, Massachusetts. Interviewed by the COACHE project’s Kiernan Mathews, they also offered their take on what’s ahead for ACL. Click the WebEx links below for a recording of that live event.

 

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Laying the Groundwork for Collaborative Buying

 

This session, led by Diane Dimitroff (Executive Director, Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges) and Christine Kimball (Strategic Procurement Director, The Five Colleges of Ohio, Inc.), is primarily for consortium leaders who are considering or are new to administrative collaborations, including collaborative buying. Vicki McGillin (Independent Consultant on Higher Education Collaboration) moderates. The program, which covers foundational or baseline principles and conversations, helps members:

  • Create a framework to start your collaborative buying exploration by defining your outcomes first, not your actions.
  • Learn tips and tools for creating and maintaining momentum and commitment.

At the 2016 Annual Conference, Christine and Diane are joined by Stacie Kroll (Five Colleges, Inc.) and June Kevorkian (The Boston Consortium) in a panel moderated by Susan Palmer (Five Colleges of Ohio) that will showcase specific administrative collaborations (case studies), with a focus on what challenges are encountered, what is being achieved today, and how programs are being sustained into the future.

 

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Communication Strategies of College and University Consortia

 

In this professional development webcast for consortium staff, Diane Dimitroff (Executive Director, Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges) moderates a panel of experts on communication strategies in higher education collaborations. They discuss different methods for various types of communications (e.g. promoting a program, communicating organizational impact, soliciting input) and effective strategies for communicating with different target populations. The panelists consider differences between small and large organizations and when and how to use social media tools like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

Kevin Kennedy and Taliesin Nyala (Five Colleges, Inc.) kick off the conversation with a Communication Overview. Robert Diggs (Pennsylvania Consortium for Liberal Arts) talks about Starting up with Social Media. Then, Jeff Oberg and Kara McKinn (Committee on Institutional Cooperation) offer their take on Communicating Impact. Finally, audience members engage the experts in a question and answer session.

 

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or click below to listen.

 

 

Link to pdf of slideshow
Link to streaming playback
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