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Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
The CASE blog has moved.



Twitter Chat Recap: Preview of CASE SMC 2013

Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
A recap of the #casesmc Twitter chat previewing the 2013 CASE SMC conference.



Facebook Ideas from the CASE Editors Forum

Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Ken Budd, editor-in-chief of CURRENTS magazine, writes about a session at the CASE Editors Forum that covered the best content types for social media, with a focus on Facebook.



Twitter Chat Recap: Alumni Volunteers and Social Media

Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Here are highlights from a #casesmc Twitter chat on alumni volunteers and social media.



Facebook Metrics: But Do You LIKE ME, Like Me

Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Keith Hannon, assistant director for social media at Cornell University, writes about the value of Facebook likes for advancement professionals.



Twitter Chat Recap: Millennials and Fundraising

Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Read the March 12 #casesmc Twitter chat on millennials and fundraising, co-moderated by Chandra Towler of Big Fish, a marketing firm located in Memphis,Tenn.



My Social Media Support Group (Because, Let's Face It, I Need One)

Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Dinah Winnick, communications manager at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, shares her experiences related to building a community of social media managers.



Creative Ways to Extend the Reach of Your Institutional Research

Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Want to amplify your institution's work in the media Here are some tips from a February CASE conference.



Northwest Nazarene University - Uses a combination of techniques...

Posted by EDU Snippets 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Northwest Nazarene University - Uses a combination of techniques used at other institutions to create a single microsite that has user generated content, long pages with a static top menu and interesting photography. It got me to click around and explore ...



Earlham College - Uses texture to take a typical interface and...

Posted by EDU Snippets 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Earlham College - Uses texture to take a typical interface and make it feel rich and physical.