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Room 4192 Earth Sciences Building, 2207 Main Mall
Thu 27th November 2014
Professor of Biostatistics
University of Auckland, New Zealand
Tue 18th November 2014
4192 Earth Sciences Building, 2207 Main Mall
Tue 4th November 2014
Patty Hambler, MEd
In this workshop, Patty Hambler (Acting Associate Director, Strategic Initiatives & Special Projects, Student Development & Services)
- how Early Alert simplifies the process for faculty, TAs, and staff to connect students of concern with campus resources and supports
- the kinds of concerns that are appropriate to submit within Early Alert; and
- how Early Alert protects student privacy and maintains confidentiality.
Early Alert Orientation for Faculty, TAs, and Staff
Supporting student learning and success is a priority for UBC.
Early Alert helps achieve this goal by helping faculty and staff provide more comprehensive support for students who are facing difficulties that put their academic success at risk.
Earlier support to get back on track
With Early Alert, faculty and staff can identify their concerns about students sooner and in a more coordinated way. This gives students the earliest possible connection to the right resources and support, before difficulties become overwhelming.