by Ashley Budd
In it’s first year, Admissions Live produced more than three dozen live web shows. Please enjoy my favorite episodes of 2012 in this New Year’s Day post! The Best of Admissions Live in 2012 includes – “The State of College Admissions” with Don Fraser, “First-Generation Perspectives” with Michael Szcarek, “Social Media Student Teams” with Emily Okey, Erin Supinka and Jacob Sachs, “Private Social Networks for Prospective Students” with Brandon Croke and “The Value Gap” with Jeff Selingo.
View these episodes in their entirety:
… and much more on higheredlive.com
THANK YOU TO OUR 2012 SPONSORS
INIGRAL, the creators of the Schools App on Facebook. While 100% of colleges are using social media to engage prospective, admitted and current students, only 1/3 of enrollment managers are happy with their metrics and results. Learn about social enrollment management during Inigral’s upcoming webinar on January 9th at 2pm ET. Register Now
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WELCOME TO COLLEGE, who believe it’s all in the visit and have created web & mobile applications to help institutions measure and manage their most critical recruitment tool, the college visit. Visit welcometocollege.com to learn more or tweet @welcome2college about a demo! Read More
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