It started with Facebook. In 2004, alumni associations and foundations found themselves, perhaps for the first time, facing some existential questions. If all of a sudden alumni could use social networks to keep in touch with each other, then why would they join associations to do the same thing? What value was the relationship providing them?
The co-moderator for this #casesmc chat was Josh Loftin, director of communications at Wasatch Academy in Mount Pleasant, Utah. [View the story “Twitter Chat Recap: Is Facebook Losing Its Cool?” […]
Want to amplify your institution’s work in the media? Here are some tips from a February CASE conference.
CASE interviews members of the University at Buffalo communications team, whose website redesign won a Gold Circle of Excellence award in 2012.
Here are just a few examples of how institutions are celebrating Valentine’s Day on social media.
Jen Doak, online communications specialist at CASE, recaps a CASE-NAIS session on how crowdsourcing can enhance your institution’s stewardship efforts.