Snapchat, a social media app that allows users to share photos and other information that self-destruct after a period of time, is a hot topic of social media conversation on campuses. Several institutions are experimenting with the platform; others have tried it and left.
The 2013 Circle of Excellence awards featured a number of community college winners that are setting standards for all institutions worldwide.
The second annual Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day (#studentengageday), organized by CASE ASAP, is almost here. Student philanthropy groups around the world are gearing up for a day—or in some cases, a week—of thank-a-thons, tag days and other ways in which they’re showing appreciation for donors. Here’s why they’re participating.
What mistakes do social media enthusiasts make when trying to get resources for their projects? Do social media professionals at institutions have to tie their efforts to fundraising—and if so, […]
This post explores how institutions can do a better job of developing and distributing “share worthy” content and includes examples like Ohio’s Oberlin College, Oreo, Australia’s Central Institute of Technology and the University of Chicago.
St. Lawrence University held #SaintsGoSocial Digital Identity Education Week with the goal of educating students about what they post online and how their online activity can help or hurt them. Meg Bernier recaps the week’s successes and lessons learned.