Steven den Boer (@stevendenboer), social media editor at Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, co-moderated the March 10, 2015 chat.
Michael Stoner, president of mStoner Inc., offers tips to university and college presidents who plan to start a social media presence.
Ma’ayan Plaut, social media coordinator at Oberlin College, discusses the pros and cons of Tumblr.
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. […]
Your institution is on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. You also have an institutional blog written by staff members and students. You religiously push out content to your friends, connections and followers. While you receive the occasional comment and you don’t feel that you are posting into a void, you want to know what to do to further engage them in conversation. Follow these five basic steps to help improve engagement.
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 […]