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Textbook versus Trade Book Reading Skills
Article Review: Core values and major issues in student affairs practice: What really matters?
Are the core values discussed in this article what you and others you may know who are long time student affairs professionals consider to be the "right" core values and do they address the major issues confronting those working in this area?
Are there other values and considerations that may have been overlooked by Helfgot or that have emerged since his article was written?
Second, identify key professional associations within the field and talk about the role, function, and diverse contributions that these organizations may provide both to you and to the broader student affairs profession. In particular, explore the NASPA website at http://www.naspa.org/
Helfgot's (2005) article, Core values and major issues in student affairs practice: What really matters?
Here's a link to the article above: http://ehis.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=3&hid=22&sid=6d6f66fd-8b97-43da-9840-03a144ef271b%40sessionmgr115
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