This seminar explores updates to Title IX under the Trump administration and keeps participants informed about what they need to know as Title IX continues to take shape.
What your institution needs to do to remain compliant depends on where your students are and how their home states authorize institutions to educate their citizens. And the onus is on your institution to figure out what, if anything, you need to do—all on a state-by-state basis. It sounds daunting, but this white paper can simplify things for you.
Learn to distinguish between the two major types of accommodations, identify instances when documentation is required, and interpret the statutes and laws to guide decisions at your school.
The presentation explores the evolution of Title IX, since its inception in 1972, to provide important context that has led to an increase in sexual violence complaints and compliance reviews from the Office for Civil Rights. Howard Kallem shines a spotlight on the Office for Civil Rights Title IX Investigations process so that you can ultimately improve your Title IX compliance program and better prepare your institution..
This On-Demand Seminar will review mandates concerning annual notification strategies; what is considered a substance abuse program; recommendations regarding the biennial review process; suggestions on programs, policies, and data sources to consult; and how to use the review process as a strategic planning tool.
Intercollegiate athletics can contribute to student learning, bring your campus community together, and promote your institutional values. The key to articulating those benefits is in fostering collaboration between student affairs and athletic departments, and this presentation shows you how.
Implementing Universal Design for Learning/Instruction (UDL/I) methods delivers a better learning experience, greater academic success, and improved student retention.
Student training is a must-do, but the goal is not to march students through a program so you can check a box on a form. The goal is to enhance students' understanding of sexual violence. With that improved awareness, students can contribute to creating a campus environment where everyone feels safe and free to focus their energies on learning. The right kind of training programs can help.
While these laws both work to improve campus safety, there are some critical differences between them. The Intersection of Title IX and Clery: Implementing the VAWA Amendments will compare and contrast Title IX and the Clery Act, and then explain how to implement the VAWA amendments.
Where does your institution stand regarding state authorization for distance education? This seminar will provide you with a framework for deepening your understanding of state authorization and regulatory compliance, plus bring you up to date on SARA. You’ll learn about four common trouble areas and explore realistic solutions to frequently occurring problems.
Considering accessibility when designing exams provides you with a more accurate assessment of student learning and bring your assignments into closer alignment with learning objectives. Exams created with accessibility in mind can help you improve your assessment of student learning for all students, whether or not they have a disability.
If you work in higher education administration, the shift to more frequent site visits and reporting might have you wondering how you can possibly keep up with these ongoing demands of the accreditation process. This presentation shows you a systematic, effective, and efficient framework you can use to guide your response to compliance and accreditation reports, self-study, and site visits.
The question isn’t if your college or university will be affected by changes in immigration law—it’s how and when. This seminar focuses on four aspects of immigration law in higher education that have generated significant litigation. Learn best practices you can implement to keep your college or university out of legal difficulties.
Distance education administrators know that the stakes of compliance with federal regulations in higher education are real, constantly changing, and complicated. This seminar discusses three regulations that impact distance education programs: credit hour, student authentication, and last day of attendance (LDA).