I would love to have a resource where I could learn about the various regulatory issues in the field of international education. As some with a traditional K-12 teaching background trying to transition into higher ed and international ed, I lack some of the background knowledge. If it were weekly or biweekly, it might be helpful to focus some weeks on introductory or intermediate experience issues and some one advanced ...more »
Regulatory Podcast - Would you listen?
NAFSA staff is thinking through the feasibility of creating audio podcasts on regulatory issues that would be hosted by our Regulatory Practice staff, Steve Springer and David Fosnocht.
Here are the questions we are currently considering:
- 1. What would be ideal topics for regulatory podcasts?
- 2. What is your preference for the frequency of the podcasts?
- 3. Any other suggestions as we get started on this endeavor of keeping you abreast of regulatory issues via podcast?
Please submit a new idea to provide your feedback on any or all of these questions!
Yes, I would listen. I think that a weekly/bi-weekly podcast would be sufficient, if it were an hour or so long. This would also give you time to ask for feedback or questions from listeners and then prepare to address them on the show.
Ideas are abundant, anything ranging from Student Services to admission and Immigration guidance. It would also be possible to have guests hosts call in and share their expertise.
• 1. What would be ideal topics for regulatory podcasts? -immigration updates & trends • 2. What is your preference for the frequency of the podcasts? -depends on length of podcast: 15 minutes in length, once or semimonthly; 30 minutes once a month • 3. Any other suggestions as we get started on this endeavor of keeping you abreast of regulatory issues via podcast? -maybe have a way for end-listeners to submit ideas ...more »
I like this idea and agree, these should be free and once a month. My school does not allow access to podcast, so I would listen outside the office in my free time. Here are two alternatives - 1) A free webinar with a discussion and feedback similar to what SEVP offers. This would allow for live NAFSA member discussion. 2) A Q & A session similar to the one NAFSA has for session presenters. Save these discussions for ...more »
Yes, I'd listen, as long as they were provided free of charge for NAFSA members (at least). I’ve been disappointment with NAFSA offering webinars for a fee for members, so I would hope that a podcast would be free. Ideal topics would be anything timely. Also, occasional Q&A with governmental officials might be useful. I would think once a month would be great but no more than twice a month. While I understand the ...more »