My job as a web strategist in Student Affairs at Metropolitan State University (St. Paul, Minn.) didn’t originally include social media in its description, but it was an area that our marketing department had not yet pursued (and didn’t seem too interested in pursuing it,
What’s it like to to be part of the Google Street View Partner Program? Corie Martin takes us inside.
Ma’ayan Plaut’s disillusionment with Facebook : saga in two parts
HighEdWeb Syracuse brought Web professionals from across five states and three countries for a packed day of sessions covering everything from crisis communications and student social media ambassadors to Wordpress plug-ins and mobile learning.
Déjà vu all over again.
When we got to thinking about cool, new, free things we could do on campus for our students, Foursquare made a lot of sense.
Meetups and Photo Booths and Deals, Oh My! — Using Social Media to Create Hybrid Events on Your Campus
In the age of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, FourSquare and SCVNGR, there are new ways to engage your audience that are inexpensive and interactive, without sacrificing impact.
Ma’ayan Plaut talks about why the f*ck people should choose Oberlin, her Tumblr-love and how undergrads are like squirrels.
When up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A is added to a higher ed site, magic happens.
The holiday card: a fixture of the higher educations communications landscape.
Pushing the envelope in higher education is not always easy, so imagine the challenge when you want to transform the envelope into a zombie that wants to eat your students’ brains.
Bob Johnson, an experienced higher ed marketing professional, shares his thoughts on what he sees as marketing/Web/comm departments’ biggest gaps, his pet peeves and greatest lessons learned.
View Session Details and Presenter’s Bio. Photo by linh.ngân, Flickr. In her presentation, Mallory Wood discussed the need for institutions to have a robust student ambassador program to meet the changing needs of both students and parents in making their decisions about the institution they would
Routine. Drudgery. Burnout. They’re things we all fear or deal with when we work in an industry long enough. Little did I know those feelings would be hip-checked into oblivion by a group of women on wheels, in fishnets.
Reuben’s keynote discussed the value of changing and challenging traditional approaches to both the Web and marketing, but also noted the value of principles from “old school” companies.
We caught up with Jared Spool to talk about the trends he’s seeing, what his best user experiences have been recently, and to get some important information about Julia Child.