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Learning Community 
Webinar Week
June 9-11, 2020





Teaching & Learning
Seated to Remote to Online: perspectives from the pandemic 
Mark Fabian (Evangel University), Breck Harris, (Fresno Pacific University), Emily Johns (Evangel University)

Graduate Studies

4 Current Topics
--Stackable certificate options (Isaac Owolabi, Montreat College

--Partnering with outside organizations for real-world learning (Lisa Tyson, Evangel University)

--Strategic planning for graduate studies (Heidi Ventura, Trevecca Nazarene University)

--Faith integration--sugar coating or in our DNA? (Steve Holtrop, Dordt University)


Marketing & Recruitment
Getting Started with Inbound Marketing

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Johnna Vanover (Southern Nazarene University
Carrie Hopkins (Southern Nazarene University)

Learning Community 
Webinar Week
February 9-11, 2021





Teaching & Learning
Heal the Burn: Investing in the Mental Health of Burnt-Out Faculty
Emily Johns (Evangel University), Christine Arnzen, (Evangel University), Christopher Cottrell (Crucial Conversations)

Synchronicity
Henry Smith (Indiana Wesleyan University), Tiffany Snyder, (Indiana Wesleyan University), Christopher Cottrell

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Student Services

Small actions that can build trust & help serve students
(Lori Mollema, Olivet Nazarene University)

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Marketing & Recruitment
Leading Remote Enrollment & Marketing Teams

PowerPoint Link
Johnna Vanover (Southern Nazarene University


Administration & Leadership
Communication during a long-term crisis

PowerPoint Link
Stacey Duke (Louisiana College)