Tag Archive | "social networking"

Ridiculously Backward Rules for Limiting Your Social Network

Ridiculously Backward Rules for Limiting Your Social Network

One of my resolutions is to expand my social network. It’s actually a goal I continued from last year.  Sometimes I project my own values onto others, so forgive me if I assume this should be a goal for everyone in higher education.  Why wouldn’t you want to connect with more people?  Why wouldn’t you [...]

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One Guru’s Resolutions…

Happy New Year!

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Tampa May Not Be World Champions, But We Are Coming Anyway!

This Wednesday starts the Stamats Integrated Marketing Conference: Technology Collaboration, Results.  Wow that’s a mouthful to get out properly.  Although this conference is not track heavy, it should more than make up with the quality of the presentation.  The BlogHighEd guys are both presenting (Matt Herzberger and Brad J Ward) and Karlyn and I have [...]

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Want a .eduGuru T-Shirt? Links of the Week Edition

Karlyn and I have been throwing around a few crazy ideas for .eduGuru that for some reason just sounded like a lot of fun.  Lots of free time and not enough work pretty much describe our current work situation…  Doubt it!  So in humoring ourself we prentended like we have a cult following of readers, [...]

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eduWEB 2008 Reflections Part III

Finally reaching the end of my brain dump from eduWEB 2008.  I know your probably tired of hearing me talk about this conference, so this is the last one… I promise!  The excitement of being back at the office is setting in and I’m attempting to follow Brad’s Now What advice, but unfortunately I already [...]

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Wofford Monthly Web Analytics Summary - June 2008

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Wofford Monthly Web Analytics Summary - May 2008

May was a month of celebration and closure. Graduation came and went and many students are moving on to bigger and better things now. Unfortunately this doesn’t necessarily translate well for Website Traffic. As you would imagine traffic across the sites were down, but there are some positive takeaways if you look at the trends.

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Links of the Week May 2nd, 2008

Busy busy busy week… and I’m not really even sure why? I’ve got some really good projects and posts in the work to share if I can only find time to complete them and then write about them.

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The Presidential Election Race using Web 2.0

According to recent results published by Pew Research Center, nearly one in four Americans regularly use the web to learn about presidential candidates and their campaign.

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Links of the Week Jan 18th, 2008

I’ve noticed a lot of sites give a weekly wrap-up of best posts. I’m straight pulling these out of my De.icio.us feed (you can subscribe or view it over on the sidebar), but I think these are excellent reads so I’m sharing them with everyone.

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