“We are thinking about getting a Facebook page, and we’ve been told you can help us set it up.” Every time I get the above inquiry, I take it as an opportunity to take two steps back. Thinking about Facebook is a great gateway to conversations about social media, but it’s not necessarily the answer to everything.
Ma’ayan Plaut , social media coordinator at Oberlin College, stresses the importance of listening to your community to understand them and learn more about what they want.
Ma’ayan Plaut, social media coordinator at Oberlin College, writes about experimenting with turntable.fm as a way to engage incoming first-year students.
Ma’ayan Plaut, social media coordinator at Oberlin College, writes about an experiment with social media office hours.
Ma’ayan Plaut is the social media coordinator at Oberlin College. After spending the better part of a year observing the wonders of Tumblr from a close range, I decided that Oberlin […]
Oberlin’s Ma’ayan Plaut writes about how Pinterest can shift perspective in higher ed from promotion to community collaboration.