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Facebook Groups Redesign: What It Means For You

Facebook Groups Redesign: What It Means For You

Facebook announced platform changes to Groups at their offices in Palo Alto on October 6. Mashable has extensive coverage and reactions to the event here, here and here. If you’re currently using Facebook Groups or Pages to communicate with targeted communities, here’s a helpful guide to how the new Groups option will affect you.

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[Results] Are Classes in Your Toolbox?

[Results] Are Classes in Your Toolbox?

Towards the end of 2009, we started a new survey of higher ed web professionals to take a look at one potential way that you are using the resources around you. The question centered on a fairly simple, central concept: odds are that on your campus you have classes teaching the creation of different kinds [...]

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[Guru Survey] Are Classes In Your Toolbox?

[Guru Survey] Are Classes In Your Toolbox?

Good budgeting includes doing effective resource management. The web has to produce a lot of different media, and so making the most of our resources is extremely important. This is becoming increasingly important as we’re asked to do more with less. The neat thing about higher ed though is that we have access to a [...]

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Higher Ed Content: Have It Your Way.

Higher Ed Content: Have It Your Way.

Eleven years ago, I began my professional career as a high school English teacher.  All was right with the world until we introduced gradebook software in our district, and things were never the same again.  I would get make-up work on my desk in the morning and have students stop by over lunch wondering when [...]

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Student Worker Research

It’s time for you to give a little back, and help me with some research I’m doing for some presentations to follow up in the future.  But it will be worth it, because in helping me, I will help you by taking all these numbers and stats and turning them into something cool, hilarious, and [...]

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