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Bridge the Divide_AUCCCO_2013

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Bridge the Divide Between You and Your Student Audience: Suggestions from students and counseling center staff Identify how we can stay informed about student interests, activities, and language Students are heavily immersed and invested in their social lives, so networking, entertainment , and being in the know are important to them. Strategies for making an outreach presentation "up-to-date" Identify with students and their concerns Mobile Resources University of Florida
Counseling and Wellness Center Stress Management:
A Preventive Approach Distress is stress that is negative or causes fatigue or damage your system to the point of malfunction.

It is not so much the stressor itself or the intensity of the stressor, but your personal reaction to the event or condition. Definition of Stress Eating habits directly contributes to stress. In many ways, your stress is what you eat.

Physical activity is play. Play for a child is pure enjoyment. Finding your own play activity and letting yourself enjoy them regularly is a powerful mental and physical stress relief. Life Stress Planning Life Stress Planning How do we gauge what students want from outreach? Always be listening: invite students to identify what they want from outreach Definition of Stress







We want to reach out to our students.
We seek their attendance. We seek their participation.
We want to connect with them.
Yet a divide may exist. WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT? EDUTAINMENT
Education + Entertainment Meeting the students where they are
For more connection & participation HOW DO WE BRIDGE THE DIVIDE? How to edutain while being me? HOW DO WE BRIDGE THE DIVIDE? But exactly where are they??? HOW DO WE BRIDGE THE DIVIDE? Donna LaBarge, MA and Gizem Toska, PhD
University of Florida Counseling & Wellness Center
“Although I will admit I do not actively keep up with breaking news every day I do get a lot of information on a daily basis through social networking, text messaging, and websites such as Gmail, where it does have headlines on the homepage. It is very important to me to have some sense of what is going on in the world on a daily basis, but I also focus in on issues that I do care about, and I keep up with that particular issues progress. For example, the Equal Rights campaign, or local and global environmental organizations, whose progress I follow via Twitter, Facebook or their websites.”
http://withoutmedia.wordpress.com/ “Texting and IM-ing my friends gives me a constant feeling of comfort,” wrote one student. “When I did not have those two luxuries, I felt quite alone and secluded from my life. Although I go to a school with thousands of students, the fact that I was not able to communicate with anyone via technology was almost unbearable.” http://withoutmedia.wordpress.com/ "A poll released earlier this year by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press found that 21 percent of people aged 18 to 29 cited “The Daily Show” and “Saturday Night Live” as a place where they regularly learned presidential campaign news.

By contrast, 23 percent of the young people mentioned ABC, CBS or NBC’s nightly news broadcasts as a source." http://www.today.com/id/4400644/ns/today-today_entertainment/t/now-news-many-young-viewers-its-jon-stewart/#.UaQUb0Ckqi8 Where do students get their news and information Students show no significant loyalty to a news program, news personality or even news platform. Students have only a casual relationship to the originators of news, and in fact don’t make fine distinctions between news and more personal information. They get news in a disaggregated way, often via friends. Where do students get their news and information http://withoutmedia.wordpress.com/
35% of american adults own a smartphone and highest among the well educated, affluent, young and non-whites

49% of people between 18-24 own a smartphone

mobile phones main source of internet access for 25% of smartphone population

87% of smartphone owners use phone for internet: 68% do so on a typical day ( Pew Research Center 2011) Popular funny websites to check out
(after you have done your homework) break.com
theonion.com
collegehumor.com
cracked.com MEMEs Ingest:
Social media is quick and grabs readers attention in only a few words. Students ingest the information quickly and decide whether or not they want to follow-up on the information depending on the few words used as introduction.
- mStoner Intelligence- Writing for social media guidelines May 2013 EDUTAINMENT!!!! Mobile Resources Said one student who failed to make it for an entire 24 hours: “I got back from class around 5, frantically craving some technology and to look through my phone, so I cheated a little bit and checked my phone. From my phone, I accessed text messages, close to a dozen missed calls, glanced at some emails, and acknowledged many twitter @replies from followers wondering where I was and if I was ok.”

http://blogs.worldbank.org/publicsphere/not-new-york-times-where-college-students-get-their-news Questions?
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