Higher Ed Live began offering podcast versions of all shows in 2014. The response was overwhelming. Since our announcement in December of 2013, the Higher Ed Live Podcast has been streamed more than 19,200 times and the momentum is gaining with nearly 1,000 listeners tuning in this past week.
The American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) released a new report today about the use of Constituent Relationship Management systems (CRMs) in higher education to support full lifecycle management. Lifecycle management is a practice near and dear to our hearts here at Higher Ed Live, where we strive to break down institutional silos that […]
If you’re attending HighEdWeb next week and if you’re like me, you’re at the point where you’re counting down the minutes until you arrive in Portland. The backchannel is buzzing and I hear there’s already plans in the works for karaoke outings and brunch meet-ups with friends. No doubt, the networking at HighEdWeb is just as robust […]
Today the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and Higher Ed Live announced a new partnership to support the student affairs arm of the Higher Ed Live professional development network.
This post is sponsored and written by Formstack, an easy-to-use online form building solution. Are your alumni as engaged as you want them to be? Or are they passively receiving information from your school without much interaction? A strong alumni network is incredibly valuable, and it can be a challenge to create one. Focus on […]
We’ve all heard it. It’s the refrain from passionate board members, senior administrators and others in the university community that oversimplifies and undervalues our role as marketers.
This post is sponsored and written by Formstack, an easy-to-use online form building solution. Online forms are useful for campus visit registrations, applications, financial aid requests, and more. Having a way to collect this data is a great asset, but only if students actually fill them out. According to recent research, the average conversion rate for higher education […]
My wife and I went together to our twenty-week ultrasound appointment the other day. Our daughter, due in August, looked to have all her bits and parts in the right places. I have to admit though, if the ultrasound tech told me that there was actually a swing set and sandbox in there, I could […]
We are so fortunate at Higher Ed Live to have a team of dedicated, brilliant, and talented hosts from all over the country.These adjectives also describe our newest host, Michael Kiser. His twitter handle might be @one_lucky_man, but we sure feel like the lucky ones!
I know… I know… it’s not a good platform yet for regular, day-to-day engagement with alumni or anyone else for that matter. There’s a stadium full of people in Google+ but only a few people in the stands are watching the game. That’s not why I’m advocating the platform.
New hosts. New schedule. New year.
Brandon Croke leads panelists Hilary Corna, Ma’ayan Plaut, MaryClare Brzytwa, and Mari Galicer discuss the role social media and the Internet plays in student’s Digital Identity Development. Traditionally, Higher Ed Live’s discussions revolve around how colleges should use social media to tell our campus story, connect with alumni, current, and prospective students, but we rarely spend as much […]
I’ve spent months now trying to understand the “selfie” post. The photo of a person taken by that same person, often drinking Starbucks and wearing sunglasses while flirtatiously eyeing the camera.
It’s important we don’t mistake the data-driven revolution that’s taking place right now in Higher Ed for something it’s not.
Join host Brent Passmore (@bpmore) as he talks with the University of Vermont’s Tatjana Salcedo (@uvmwebteam) about their evolution and development into mobile web design.
Building online communities for incoming college students has been part of my role at Rochester Institute of Technology for the past five years. What first started as a small group of student bloggers has now grown into multi-media network of students, faculty and staff members spread across no fewer than five social networking sites at any given […]