I had an amazing time at the recent CASE Social Media and Community conference. We, as higher ed and social media professionals, play a significant role in the student experience. The conference inspired me to think further about how to use social media to make a difference for students.
Here’s a Storify recap of the April 8 #CASESMC Twitter chat on how to manage time on social media.
Kate Hunter, executive director at CASE Europe, writes about discussions and speakers at CASE Europe’s Nordic Summit in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tim Cigelske, social media director at Marquette University, is teaching a crowdfunding class at his institution, where students worked on seven different projects that supported the school. He answers a few questions about the value of the class and his approach to teaching it.
Last fall, CASE launched CASE Communities, a new online space for members to connect with one another, ask advice and share documents on advancement-related topics.
There were a flurry of tweets from last week’s Social Media and Community conference, so here are two Storify recaps that highlight takeaways, resources—and, of course, a few cat pictures.