Learn How These Top Colleges Are Integrating Social Media

My eighteen year old sister types papers on an iPad, has a Tumblr blog, Tweets everyday, and knows the latest music and fashion via Pinterest and blogs before most. A newbie freshman about to enter a college in Boston – she expects her college to keep up and be ahead of the curve when it […]

Old School (Literally) Meets New School – Universities Go Social

Today’s guest post is from Kaity Nakagoshi. You can connect with Kaity on Twitter, @Kaity_FL. An increasing number of colleges and universities are discovering that social media is not just an effective marketing tool to attract new prospects; it’s also a platform that enhances learning by allowing students and teachers to interact and connect outside of […]

Social Media Clubhouse Newsletter (11/16/11)

SOCIAL MEDIA IN HIGHER EDUCATION Over two years ago, we launched an initiative known as ‘Social Media Club for Education’ (SMCEDU) and have been working with a team of volunteers to connect social media professionals, students, educators and administrators in higher education organizations to facilitate world wide discussion of social media and higher education. Earlier […]

Your Company’s Social Media: A Job for the Intern?

You’ve probably heard this before: “Couldn’t we just get some interns to do that?” When it comes to a company’s social media, experts say it takes planning, authority, and company knowledge. Interns definitely can help with it, but too much control over branding could be a bad thing. At Billboard Magazine, interns work on many […]