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Social Media Policy Resource Guide for Higher Ed

Friday, October 22, 2010

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Social Media Policy Resource Guide for Higher Ed

When developing a social media policy, it is important to remember the nature of “social media” as a web platform. By creating an official presence for your college or university on a social media platform, you are immediately opening a dialogue with your audience. With every post you make, you’re engaging in a conversation that [...]

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E-Expectations: How to Focus Your Online Recruiting Efforts

Thursday, July 15, 2010

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Yesterday, Noel-Levitz released it’s latest E-Expectations Report about what college-bound students are looking for in terms of online engagement during the admissions process. They surveyed more than 1,000 high school students about their online behavior and expectations. As usual, it contained a wealth of information about where colleges should consider focusing their efforts. Here are [...]

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Talkback: Trusting Your Users

Friday, April 24, 2009

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Talkback: Trusting Your Users

First off, a special thanks to HighEdWeb and Cornell for having the .eduGuru team present virtually at their conference yesterday. It was a good time and a great experience getting to do something a little new and fancy with sharing our experiences with other people.  I certainly hope that we can expand on that technique [...]

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Captioning your YouTube videos with CaptionTube

Monday, April 20, 2009

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Captioning your YouTube videos with CaptionTube

I’m an accessibility advocate and one thing thats been bothering me for a while was the lack of an easy way to caption videos uploaded to YouTube. They clearly explain they support closed captioning:

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eduWEB 2008 Reflections Part III

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

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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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Social Survey: Twitter for Higher Ed Marketing

Sunday, April 20, 2008

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So it’s been a while since I’ve posted something in the Social Survey series, but after seeing this video on ProBlogger, Why I Love Twitter, last week I knew that I was ready to tackle my toughest task yet. Finding a Higher Education use for Twitter.

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The Future is Here: Internet TV and Wireless Radio have Arrived

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

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Online Video Don’t believe me that Internet TV has crossed the threshold to be a viable option? Check out this video that I put together showing the new MLB.TV Mosaic application.

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Do you monitor your Institutes online identity? Here are some tools to help.

Monday, March 10, 2008

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In the last few weeks a few new tools have come out to help in monitoring an online identity.  Because of this I think it’s important to take a deeper look into what to monitor.  As if you didn’t already have enough things to do in a normal day, there is a whole list of things that require regular monitoring.   Although this article [...]

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Links of the Week Feb 15th, 2008

Friday, February 15, 2008

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I hate to start a weekly link wrap-up this way, but I feel it’s my duty. If you haven’t already heard about the tragedy Northern Illinois University then Andrew Careaga over at Higher Ed Marketing has a good wrap with links to other bloggers reactions. My prayers go out to them.

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The Presidential Election Race using Web 2.0

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

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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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