As employees in higher education, we often have the records of thousands of students at our fingertips—often without even knowing it. It’s incumbent on all of us to treat student information with care and to abide by the privacy laws and policies that are in force at our institutions. Exactly what those laws say, though, can be tricky to discern.
St. Lawrence University held #SaintsGoSocial Digital Identity Education Week with the goal of educating students about what they post online and how their online activity can help or hurt them. Meg Bernier recaps the week’s successes and lessons learned.
2013 Content to Guide Your 2014 Instead of a “top 2013 content” post, we decided to ask several CASE content creators and curators about the articles, books and stories that […]
From 2011 to 2012, I took a temporary hiatus from having social media interns in my office. Frostburg’s Social Media Group, our campus-wide team of faculty and staff, was doing […]
On Nov. 20, CASE and other members of the Charitable Giving Coalition encouraged members of Congress to preserve and protect the charitable deduction during their second annual Capitol Hill Advocacy Day.
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