What Would Digital-First Advancement Look Like?

What Would Digital-First Advancement Look Like?

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In Spring 2014, the New York Times Digital Innovation report presented a compelling assessment of the challenges facing the paper in light of increasing competition from digital news sources. Readers of the report quickly realized that its analysis of the digital landscape and recommendations for organizational changes were relevant far beyond the confines of journalism or the NYT. In fact, the report’s authors had produced an astute and highly-readable analysis of the challenges and opportunities faced by many established and high-performing organizations that are struggling with the pace and feel and fluidity of the digital economy.

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UX 101: User Experience

UX 101: User Experience

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The user experience includes all interactions that your customer has with your organization, and can make or break your marketing or branding campaign. Today we are going to discuss how to get started, best practices, and measurement to see how your customers really feel. Read more ▸

Myths, Assumptions, Skeptics and Crusaders: Engaging Students Through Social Media

Myths, Assumptions, Skeptics and Crusaders: Engaging Students Through Social Media

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Wednesday, September 17th at 1:00pm ET
Broadcasted over Google Plus, On-Air Hangout
Conversation: #HigherEdLive

Who at the university is best suited to educate students about online citizenship? How can social media be used to improve academic performance and encourage risk-taking and interpersonal growth? What’s the difference between digital identity development and personal branding?  On this episode of SA Live, host Tony Doody interviews Rey Junco about his recently published book, “Engaging Students through Social Media: Evidence-Based Practices for Use in Student Affairs.Read more ▸

E-Expectations 2014

E-Expectations 2014

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In this segment of Admissions Live (airdate September 8, 2014), host Chris D’Orso talks with Stephanie Geyer of Noel-Levitz and Lance Merker of OmniUpdate about this year’s E-Expectations survey of college-bound students and their parents. Read more ▸

Student Perceptions and the State of Ed Tech

Student Perceptions and the State of Ed Tech

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Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. ET
Broadcasted over Google Plus, On-Air Hangout
Conversation: #HigherEdLive

Findings show 59% of students who don’t code would like to learn but haven’t had the opportunity. Join Ashley Budd as she speaks with StudyMode researchers who have just released the results of a Student Psyche Report on students and computer programming and Sven Aas of Mount Holyoke College. Six in 10 students think coding will be a competitive advantage to job hunters yet only 23% know how to code.

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