.eduGuru Guest Post: Broadcast AND Engagement

Posted by Geoff Campbell 01-17-2013 1:43 pm


I just wanted to share with you that I had my first guest post published on doteduguru.com. It’s a bit about my case study on Syracuse University’s Social Media use (Broadcast AND Engagement) that I wrote for my graduate PR Theory class at New...



.eduGuru Guest Post

Posted by Geoff Campbell 01-17-2013 1:43 pm


I just wanted to share with you that I had my first guest post published on doteduguru.com. It’s a bit about my case study on Syracuse University’s Social Media use (Broadcast AND Engagement) that I wrote for my graduate PR Theory class at New...



Predicting a Social Media Crisis Doesnt Require a Crystal Ball

Posted by CKSyme.com 01-17-2013 11:25 am


One common thread in most of my initial visits with crisis clients is their confession that they did not see it coming. After a quick risk analysis of their online media tactics, I can understand why. Its a rare client that comes to me because they see a...



Everyday Analytics in #highered: social media tools and tips by Adrian Ebsary (@AJEbsary) from the University of Ottawa

Posted by Higher Ed Analytics 01-17-2013 10:00 am


Adrian Ebsary, Online Community Specialist at the University of Ottawa, is one of the 12 higher ed professionals presenting at the 1st higher ed analytics conference. Adrians fascination with social media analytics and influence metrics led him to leave ...



Social Media Fatigue Syndrome Do you or your staff have it

Posted by .eduGuru 01-17-2013 9:05 am


One of my New Years resolutions is to stop saying how tired I am. “I’m exhausted” seems to be what I, or my colleagues, are saying all the time. Why are we so tired Hectic lives maybe. Or perhaps just too much Tumblr. Social Media Fati...



Behind the Grid: Whats the Big Deal About Responsive Web Design, Anyway

Posted by Link: The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals 01-16-2013 4:20 pm


Responsive web design! All the cool kids are doing it. Since Ethan Marcotte wrote the book on the topic in 2011, its become the new, hip way of approaching web design amidst widespread device proliferation and the rise of mobile. If you were at the HighE...



New Year, New Style

Posted by Link: The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals 01-16-2013 4:20 pm


There are still refinements that need to be made and thats where I hope youll come in.



Link Boxers: Monsters U; Graduating in a timely manner; Schools & Shortys

Posted by Link: The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals 01-16-2013 4:20 pm


It may be a new year full of new promises, but this edition of the Boxers likes to think that the classics never go out of style, especially when Pixar is involved.



Social Media Governance: The Good Stuff

Posted by mStoner blog 01-16-2013 11:00 am


These days, it seems social media policy is actually morphing into social media governance. Social media is now mainstream and just policy isnt enough; a campus needs to do more to manage social media. And,...



Social Media is the Biggest Threat to an Inferior Product

Posted by HigherEd Live 01-16-2013 9:26 am


Today, we all make purchasing decisions based on incomplete information. Due diligence depends on our perceived importance of the purchase at hand. Sometimes we browse Amazon reviews or look for Consumer Reports’ confirmation. Sometimes brand reputa...