As Labor Day has come and gone again, it means that most colleges and universities are back in the full swing of things, and thousands of students are actively seeking out new activities and organizations on campus. For those persons who may be working with those students (or just for students interested in these types of affairs), StudentAffairs.com is worth a look. On the site, visitors can learn about job opportunities in the field of student affairs, join electronic mailing lists that focus on student affairs, and read the current and back issues of "Online", the quarterly online magazine about technology and student affairs. The current issue of the magazine (Summer 2004) contains a number of compelling articles, such as the use of weblogs by undergraduates and the use of course-specific websites among higher education faculty.


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