Tagged: Social Media

Accessibility and engagement at #satechBOS

Last Friday, I attended the Student Affairs Technology Unconference at Boston University, an event bringing together student affairs professionals in higher education to discuss current and future technology trends. Ed Cabellon, the Director of the Campus Center at Bridgewater State University, organized the event and led the ceremonies. Since this was an “unconference,” participants voted […]

Weekly roundup of social media news & ideas: June 20-24, 2011

Below are some articles that caught our interest this past week: Developing the Social Media Management Team (@Greg2dot0′s Blog): “Focus on the behavior, not the tool.” Thinking lately about social media adoption in an organization as much more than technology training; it’s a culture change. I met with Robin Lubbock of WBUR several weeks ago […]

Panel Roundup: Evaluating Social Technologies: From Chaos to Strategy

This morning, I attended an event co-hosted by Social Media Club Boston (organized by Todd Van Hoosear) and Social Media Breakfast Boston (organized by Robert Collins) on evaluating social tools. The panel addressed several points to consider (beyond budget) when trying to decide what to do after listening to social channels for mentions of your […]

Social Media and Time Management

I’m currently poring over Ivan Walsh’s second iteration of free eBooks on social media. One that stood out for me is Amber Naslund’s “Social Media Time Management” (pdf), which I’m now reading through for a few new ideas. When we sit down to consult with a school on their social media strategy, one of the […]

Higher Ed/Social Media webinar this Friday, 8/27

Radian6 is organizing a webinar for 2 pm EDT tomorrow. The topic is Social Media in the Higher Ed Classroom. Registration is free, and a couple of us here in the PR office will be listening in. Read the description on the landing page to see if it sounds interesting to you.