LinkedIn is a powerful platform that helps colleges and universities strengthen alumni networks, share achievements, and promote initiatives and events. But few institutions have attempted to leverage the power of LinkedIn Influencers to drive engagement and name recognition. LinkedIn Influencers are networking superstars, CEOs, career coaches and thought leaders that provide advice by regularly publishing […]
It’s not easy working in education. The landscape is constantly changing. Your college needs another software update. And you have to compete with the online courses that seem to have stolen your students overnight. And state funding has dropped AGAIN so you have to attract and engage students on an even tighter budget. And… It […]
Livestream on Facebook. Periscope on Twitter. YouTube Live, Wirecast and Google Hangouts. The list of streaming video tools goes on and on. Why should you keep up? Because live broadcast events represent a new frontier for engagement professionals in higher education. Live streaming has been on trend in higher ed since 2011. Most institutions already […]
They said it could not be done with shared governance, a model where the academic senate has equal say in decisions made that impact the whole university. How does this model work when you are trying to implement a search engine or any other enterprise software solution? This organizational structure is common and challenges many […]
This episode has been developed in partnership with the University of Virginia Career Center. University of Virginia students interested in social media careers will gather at UVA in the Newcomb Gallery to hear from top social media managers on how they got into social media and details about what they do in their jobs. Learn […]
As we move closer to the national decision date of May 1st, colleges across the country are developing unique yield events to connect current students with their potential incoming class. On this episode of Admissions Live, host Nicole Lentine speaks with Ma’ayan Plaut, Manager of Social Strategy & Projects and Tanya Aydelott, Assistant Director of […]
Social media, e-mail, and direct mail all can be effective marketing and fundraising tools on their own. When combined into a strategic and well-executed integrated marketing strategy, however, they can have a direct and substantial impact on engagement and fundraising goals. In this show, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology‘s Miyoko Chu joined Host Andrew Gossen […]
Ryan Catherwood talks with Stella Maher of Emory University, Sam Edelstein from Syracuse and Monica Timar of Lehigh University on the subject of Student Send-off events. This was the first ever episode of Advancement Live originally airing on Tuesday, July 16th at 1:00 p.m. Topics discussed by show guests included the strategy behind Student Send-offs […]
On this episode of Admissions Live, host Ashley Hennigan is joined by Chris Butler, assistant director of marketing and communications at Georgia Southern University, in a discussion about the use of Google+ Hangouts for orientation programming.
EDUniverse Media and mStoner are teaming up with the Web Conference at Penn State to bring you an unprecedented amount of media coverage during the two-day conference. No matter where you are, these amazing sessions and speakers will be just a click away.
Erin Supinka and Tanner Newcomb, social media ambassadors at Rochester Institute of Technology, join host Ashley Hennigan on Admissions Live and shares their insights on using Google+ Hangouts in admissions offices.
Blair Liikala, director of recording services at University of North Texas College of Music, returns to the program to talk about upgrading their industry-leading live stream solution to HD, their approach for mobile viewing, and how to scale a live stream program that engages your target audience on the device of their choosing.
Coming to you live from EduComm 2011 in Orlando, this week’s episode breaks down the latest trends in technology and social media. From Foursquare to GroupMe, Instagram and a TON more, we break it all down, debate it and separate the social media wheat from the chaff.