What’s Working With Social Media In Higher Education?

One month from today, innovators, nerds and social media gurus ninjas people will engage in a core conversation about “Effective Social Media Presence in Higher Education.” The only problem is YOU might not be there. This lightly lubricated conversation (yes, we’re trying to procure beer) will happen at South By Southwest. Deborah Maue and I […]

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More About Google+ For Universities

This month an article I authored about Google Plus appears in CASE Currents. Because of press timelines, this article was written three months ago, and updated quickly when Google Plus finally released pages for businesses. Since submitting the final version for publication, there have been a few new developments: Pages can now have multiple administrators […]

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When (and why) Will College Students Adopt Google+?

One of the main points of feedback I received from last week’s post, Google+ Implications for University Recruitment, was that college students may never use the service like they use Facebook.  I don’t discard this criticism.  As a fact, I think it’s relevant to much of the conversation about social media and higher education, including […]

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Google+ Implications for University Recruitment

It’s been widely reported that Google pulled most of the business and organization profiles off Google+. However, they should be back in the next few months (with analytics), and universities need to be ready this time (compared to most campus’ delayed foray into other popular social media). I have to say, I like the opportunities […]

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