The students at your institution may be considered “digital natives” – that is, social media and technology tools come naturally to them and are part of their day-to-day lives. But knowing how to use these tools doesn’t always mean that students use them in a smart way.
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 […]
Amanda Holdsworth of the CASE commission task force on social media interviews Tucker Kimball, director of communications at the Gould Academy, about the independent school’s social media initiatives. AH: What […]
Guest blogger Annie Noll, social media specialist for Ottawa University, discusses the evolution of Braves TV, an initiative to generate student-developed videos. Annie maintains a social media blog for the […]
What do alumni really want online? Rebecca Kilcullen, alumni communications officer at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom, is among those searching for the answer. The university has […]