Workshop Session I: 9:15-10:30am

Digital Identity Development: How To Live Your Life Online
Ed Cabellon
How conscious are you of online life and its implications?  In this workshop, Ed will highlight what it really means to use online tools and how to shift your social media use to professional and educational so you can leverage it to land a job, internship, or graduate school acceptance!
Location: Ballroom

Networking Etiquette
Dr. Nicholas Langlie, Jenny Quarles, Dr. Jeannine Perry and the Longwood Instructional Technology Collaborators
Networking Etiquette is more important than ever.  Why?  Because most of our communication these days is done online, via phones, tablets, you name it.  A side effect of this is that we do not physically get in front of each other as much as we once did.  What does this mean to you?  The time you spend in front of potential peers, contacts and employers is a critical opportunity for you to impress and share what you value, what your strengths are and how you can contribute to a business in ways that they value and have a need for.
Location: Giles/Cascade

Where Do You Draw the Line?
Jonathon Page and Deja Carridine
This workshop focuses on the connection between critical thinking, grassroots leadership, and effective communication in the digital age.  Particular emphasis is place with responsibilities of leadership, how technology has changed the way that we think and communicate, and how we can become more civically engaged in the technical age.
Location: Oak Room

Workshop Session II: 10:45-12:00pm

Creating Your Digital Identity
Ed Cabellon
See description for Workshop Session 1
Location: Ballroom 

Networking Etiquette
Dr. Nicholas Langlie, Jenny Quarles, Dr. Jeannine Perry and the Longwood Instructional Technology Collaborators
See description from Workshop Session I
Location: Giles/Cascade

Getting Linked-In
Sarah Hobgood
Learn how to start building your network in college and how to make and benefit from a professional profile on Linked-In.
Location: Cascades

Recruitment and Retention of the Millennial Student
Dr. Jake Milne and Lindsey Johnson
Explore the needs of the millennial student and how organizations can utilize that information to help recruit and retain members.
Location: Oak

Workshop Session III: 1:00-2:15pm

Social Media Tools 101
Ed Cabellon
How well do you think you know Facebook, Twitter, and/or Google?  In this workshop, Ed will highlight how to use these tools to their fullest potential to achieve your online goals.  Be prepared to use your mobile devices for instant learning and application!
Location: Ballroom

The Elevator Pitch
Dr. Nicholas Langlie, Jenny Quarles, Dr. Jeannine Perry and the Longwood Instructional Technology Collaborators
You will learn about the importance of developing an elevator pitch.  You will be doing work with our Keynote to get your thoughts and ideas together to do so. You will record it and together we will critique what they have done.  If time permits, you will revise.  Your Elevator Pitch video, highlighting what makes you unique and viable to Businesses, is one of the best things you can do be ready to take advantage of the precious few opportunities we get to impress employers.  You need to be prepared to say what you do well and communicate your passion, and we will help you to do so!
Location: Giles

Getting Linked-In
Sarah Hobgood
Learn how to start building your network in college and how to make and benefit from a professional profile on Linked-In.
Location: Cascade

Can Technology Be Your Sidekick?
Eric Fehr, Bryan Roethel, and Dani Roberts
We will explore 10 questions that will bring to light how technology and leadership can truly work together.
Location: Oak

Workshop Session IV: 2:30-3:45pm

Technology Tools 101
Ed Cabellon
How well do you think you know technology?  In this workshop, Ed will highlight how to your mobile device and “the cloud” to help you communicate effectively, become more efficient in your work, and contribute to online communities.  We will also cover best practices on how to keep your batteries charged longer, how to back up and secure your devices, as well as how to find balance.  Be prepared to use your mobile devices for instant learning and application!
Location: Ballroom

The Elevator Pitch
Dr. Nicholas Langlie, Jenny Quarles, Dr. Jeannine Perry and the Longwood Instructional Technology Collaborators
See description from Workshop Session III
Location: Giles

Leading Change With Social Media
Jenny Quarles and the Longwood Instructional Technology Collaborators

You can use social media to promote yourself and connect with others.  But can you use it to change the world around you?  During this session we will discuss how you can lead change and make an impact using the same social media outlets you likely use everyday.  We will discuss what is already out there, how you can get involved, and how to get started as a change leader for your own causes, beliefs, or organizations.
Location: Cascade

Sleep: Who Needs It?
Margo Potts, Erica Godwin, and Pierre Somoray
In getting the sleep you need this 24/7 world sleep is taking a backseat to everything else we feel we need or want to do.  What does sleep do for us and why is it important.  Come find out some answers and strategies for better sleep.
Location: Oak