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I had an amazing time at the recent CASE Social Media and Community conference. We, as higher ed and social media professionals, play a significant role in the student experience. The conference inspired me to think further about how to use social media to make a difference for students.
There were a flurry of tweets from last week’s Social Media and Community conference, so here are two Storify recaps that highlight takeaways, resources—and, of course, a few cat pictures.
Interested in knowing how your peers at other institutions are using social media? Yesterday, we released the results of the fifth annual CASE/Huron Education/mStoner social media survey.
Want to learn more about how other institutions are approaching fundraising, staffing, channel use and metrics with respect to their social media activities? #SocialMedia, Advancement and Fundraising in Education, a new white paper by CASE, Huron Education and mStoner, reports on findings from the fourth survey of social media in advancement, conducted earlier this year. More than 1,000 CASE members took the survey.
How can career centers and advancement offices work together? This chat was co-moderated by Erika Fields, web content communications director at the Center for Work and Service at Wellesley College. […]