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Recapping 2008 and the 2009 Game Plan

Recapping 2008 and the 2009 Game Plan

It’s taken me a little longer than I would have liked to get around to it, but I very much believe in looking back to review the past year and setting goals going forward.  You do the same for your website and professional growth right?  If not or even if you do hopefully you can [...]

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The Six Month Post - Revisiting This Blog’s Purpose

.eduGuru was started as a New Year’s resolution and unlike most New Year’s resolutions it is actually still going and quite strongly. I’m almost embarrassed to point back to that inaugural post, Look ma I’m a Blogger, where I attempted to lay a framework for this blog, but it is also a testament to how [...]

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Do you Data Mine your Blogs?

As I introduced in my previous post this week, Information about Wofford’s Blogs and Alumni Bloggers,  Wofford has a lot going on in our Network of blogs.  Now that it’s the summer time and content is a little slow for most colleges there is the dilemma of what to feature on the main site homepage?  [...]

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Links of the Week June 20th, 2008

Since the week started out with such a powerful debate about Higher Education bloggers and their need to market themselves…  hum…  I better just leave it at that.  If you missed out and want to read the whole conversation head on over to Andrew’s post Higher Ed Bloggers: Show Your Power! and you can follow [...]

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Quick Post: Heat Mapping and Monthly Blog Data

I just wanted to share some quick data from a board of trustee’s committee presentation that I made yesterday. Two specific slides stood out as something I thought would be neat to share. (Click on the images for larger versions)

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Do You Join the Conversation or Stay at a Distance? Comments Welcome!

I’ve noticed over the months that there is a select group of people that seem to comment across the blogs in the Higher Education arena. I’m assuming that there are more individuals following the conversation as BlogHighEd is reporting over 250 RSS subscribers on their site and I’ve got slightly over 75 on a good [...]

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