As part of a series of posts around Google +, CASE talked with Cara Rousseau, social media manager at Duke University, about the school’s use of the platform.
Why should institutions pay attention to Google +? This post highlights three reasons: Hangouts, search engine optimization and Google maps.
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.
Interested in knowing how your peers at other institutions are using social media? Yesterday, we released the results of the fifth annual CASE/Huron Education/mStoner social media survey.
In April, 150 advancement professionals met in Boston at the CASE Social Media and Community conference to learn more about the social media techniques, ideas and strategies used by experts and peers at institutions around the world. Participants speak about their takeaways on camera.
What is your institution doing on social media? How do you compare with other institutions? This post offers an overview of findings from the 2013 CASE/Huron Education/mStoner social media survey.