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RSVP Now: ADP/TDC Engage the Election 2016 Webinar on National Study of Learning, Voting & Engagement (NSLVE) |Wednesday, March 30th

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This is the 2nd of our ADP/TDC Engage the Election 2016 webinar series powered by icitizen. There will be six total webinars between now and November 2016 — all will be open to faculty, staff, students and friends.

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ADP/TDC Engage the Election 2016 Webinar on National Study of Learning, Voting & Engagement (NSLVE) |Wednesday, March 30th

College students are turning out to support candidates at record numbers this year, but will they stay interested? In this webinar, researchers from Tufts University’s Institute for Democracy and Higher Education will share findings from the National Study of Learning, Voting and Engagement (NSLVE), a study of voting rates at the student and institutional level. More than 800 colleges and universities nationwide are participating in NSLVE, including 189 ADP/TDC institutions.

In this webinar, participants will learn not only data relevant to their campuses but also preliminary findings from visits to campuses with high levels of political and electoral engagement. Join this session to learn more about NSLVE and how to participate, how to leverage your campus report and how to increase political learning at your institution.

NSLVE is a free tool available to all U.S. colleges and universities. It is not a survey! To receive your student voting rates, you must submit an authorization form by April 15th. For additional information on joining the study, visit the NSLVE website.

  • Speakers:
    Nancy Thomas, Director, Institute for Democracy & Higher Education and
    Ishara Casellas Connors, Associate Director, Institute for Democracy & Higher Education
  • When:
    Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at 2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. EST

RSVP here.

You can access a recording of the first Engage the Election 2016 Webinar on Becoming a Voter-Friendly Campus here:  https://aascu.adobeconnect.com/p77vf4kyq1c/

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