A recap of Tuesday’s #casesmc chat on takeaways from the 2012 Social Media and Community conference.
In the era of hard-to-understand privacy agreements, where it can feel like social media sites are taking more and more of our information and perhaps using it for ethically fuzzy ventures, Matt Herek believes users have more power than they realize.
What’s changed in social media and advancement since the last #casesmc in 2011?
Matthew Herek (@mherek) currently serves as the associate director of young alumni engagement in the office of alumni relations and development at Northwestern University. We need to talk about young […]
Susan T. Evans, chair of the 2012 CASE Social Media and Community conference, offers evidence that most educational institutions now have a sharper focus on how to use social media.
The Social Media and Community Conference, held April 12-15 in San Francisco, generated a flurry of Twitter activity through its hashtag #casesmc11. Jen Doak lists her 10 favorite tweets from the conference.