Editors Note:This episode originally aired on December, 6, 2012 Working as a one person web or marketing shop in higher ed? Fear not! Eastern Wyoming College’s Ron Bronson, co-founder of HigherEdSolo.com, joins us to talk all about what it’s like to be an army of one in higher education. Tapping his wealth of experience, Bronson […]
After making the major announcement last Thursday that Higher Ed Live was merging with EDUniverse, we took Google+ Hangouts to discuss the merger, and what it means, with fellow host Ed Cabellon, as well as mStoner‘s Michael Stoner and Mallory Wood. From expanded programming to a call for new hosts and bloggers, we breakdown our […]
Webster University‘s Patrick Powers joins Higher Ed Live to share the behind the scenes story of how Webster launches a new – and completely responsive – website, and a new content management system, on the same day. Joining him for the discussion are Susan T. Evans, senior strategist at mStoner, and Jeremy Rex, sales director […]
Ma’ayan Plaut, social media coordinator at Oberlin College, joins us for our first ever Social Media Spotlight. For over 60 minutes we have an in-depth conversation with Ma’ayan surrounding her approach to social media, highlight key projects at Oberlin, and discuss the future of social in education. Unlike our Social Media Roundtable episodes, which take […]
Inigral founder Michael Staton joins us for an in-person chat on all things #EdTech. From rethinking recruitment to upcoming startups and analyzing how media covers the educational space, this hour-long convo covers it all.
Erin Callihan, senior director, Interactive Media & Global Communications at NYU, and Nick Jensen, marketing/communications/social tech manager at NYU Student Affairs, join us to discuss their innovative and integrated project HashtagNYU. Bringing together a slew of social media platforms, and a team of socially-savvy interns, Hashtag NYU aims to create a digital and global NYU […]
Noel-Levitz‘s Stephanie Geyer joins the program for our annual show breaking down, analyzing and digesting their latest E-Expectations Report. Tune in as we discuss what college-bound teens really want from your website, social media presence, communications, and more.
Hack Education‘s Audrey Watters returns to Higher Ed Live to participate in a special #EdTech Roundup. During the packed episode Watters sounds off and shares on a variety of ed tech topics making headlines, including, MOOCs and Coursera’s ever growing buzz, Stanford’s continued online expansion, e-book and text book bundling, and even the ed tech […]
In this latest iteration of Social Media Roundtable, we hangout with a slew of EDU stars to discuss the role of social media in their world. From new projects to tips and tricks, we breakdown what they’re working on, what’s working, what isn’t, and what they see as the next big thing. As always, this […]
Cristina Buzas, New Student Orientation Manager at Washtenaw Community College, joins Higher Ed Live to discuss Washtenaw’s Parents First-Year Experience project. Each year, the college welcomes parents of first-year students with a series of events and offerings, including a parent-specific orientation, webinars, newsletters, and continuos online communication. With parents playing a crucial role not only […]
After a two-year investigation, Senator Tom Harkin released a damning report on the for-profit higher education industry. From overpriced tuition, to excessive executive compensation and poor completion rates, the report painted a picture of an industry gone rogue where shareholders – not students – are the priority. In this episode we break down the entire […]
After spending the last few weeks on the road art directing SNHU’s newest TV commercial, I started thinking about how the conversation around television advertising in EDU has been a bit limited. For the most part, for-profits and a select few major brands are owning the national airwaves, while community colleges and smaller competitive institutions […]
If you’ve been following Eric Stoller online at all the last few months you know he’s been busy. From #140Cuse, to #BBW12 and CAMEX, he’s been in and out of more cities than I can count. Just keeping tabs on him is exhausting. But for all that he’s been up to lately, you may have […]
TJ Logan, University of Florida Associate Director of Housing for Administrative Services, and Robert Castellucci, President & CEO of RoomSync, join the show to discuss how University of Florida has used a Facebook-based roommate matching tool to reduce conflict and increase student satisfaction and success. In an industry often obsessed with Likes and Retweets, Facebook-based […]
Justin Bayer, founder of Welcome to College, joins us in-person for this open-ended call in episode of Higher Ed Live. From mobile on campus to teens thoughts on the recruitment process, we take calls from viewers around the country and discuss the most pressing issues they’re addressing today.