Going for Gold: An Interview with a 2012 Circle of Excellence Winner

Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
CASE interviews members of the University at Buffalo communications team, whose website redesign won a Gold Circle of Excellence award in 2012.



Duck Races, Penny Wars and Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day

Posted by CASE Social Media 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Robyn Neeley (@CASEASAP) is the program manager for CASE Affiliated Student Advancement Programs, the student advancement arm of CASE. Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day is here and hundreds, if not thousands, of students are participating in events ...



University of Limerick - Mega menu texture gives the feeling of...

Posted by EDU Snippets 01-01-1970 12:00 am
University of Limerick - Mega menu texture gives the feeling of a solid surface. It doesnt feel like you are interactive with a menu, but more of an interface.



I really like that MIT has taken the Staples...

Posted by EDU Snippets 01-01-1970 12:00 am
I really like that MIT has taken the Staples approach with their twitter account by being transparent and identifying who is tweeting and when.  Calling the team the sloan rangers is very cute. via @MalloryWood



University of Indianapolis - Doesnt overwhelm their...

Posted by EDU Snippets 01-01-1970 12:00 am
University of Indianapolis - Doesnt overwhelm their visitors with all the upcoming events but instead uses dots to denote an event on each day. Clicking on a day reveals the list of events in the same area without refreshing the page.



Belmont University - Uses a tooltip to direct the visitor to...

Posted by EDU Snippets 01-01-1970 12:00 am
Belmont University - Uses a tooltip to direct the visitor to hidden content which uses non-traditional navigation. You cant guarantee the user knows what will happen when arrows are clicked.



University of Michigan-Flint - Has a 404 page that is both...

Posted by EDU Snippets 01-01-1970 12:00 am
University of Michigan-Flint - Has a 404 page that is both useful and entertaining. Its something to smile about if you happen to stumble across it. It is unfortunate when things like that happen but when they do its nice to add a little delight. Great ...



CASE Blog Has Moved

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.