Most blogs about social media assume that readers are already convinced. So the posts typically focus on how to get started with Twitter or how to measure results on Facebook or how to integrate several social media channels. But what’s the source for senior administrators who appreciate the importance of communication but don’t use social media? Why should they care? What’s in it for them?
Jen Doak is the online communications specialist at CASE. Several months ago, CASE asked members about their go-to advancement blogs. CASE social network members gave a great mix of responses. […]
Northfield Mount Hermon is a private boarding school for students in grades 9-12 located Massachusetts’ idyllic Pioneer Valley. The school’s strong sense of tradition hasn’t limited its exploration into social […]
In the early weeks of December, rumors were flying around who was going to be named the new head football coach at Vanderbilt University. Newspaper accounts, blogs, Facebook posts and […]
For more than a decade, Proctor Academy’s Chuck Will has been the leader in social media amongst educational institutions—well before the term was even coined. Cleary University’s Amanda Chaborek, who […]