Social Media in Travel Programs: Part 2 — Twitter in Travel, growing the base.

Social Media in Travel Programs: Part 2 — Twitter in Travel, growing the base.
by William Stites ·

In an earlier blog post I wrote of my addiction to Twitter and my thoughts on the service as a … Continue reading »

Social Media Case Study: Pope John Paul II High School (MA)

Social Media Case Study: Pope John Paul II High School (MA)
by Lorrie Jackson ·

For the next few months, I’ll be sharing best practices from schools like yours across the U.S. and abroad. This month, we’re starting with a bit of a surprise… Continue reading »

Development & Social Media Taking The First Step

Development & Social Media Taking The First Step
by Jay Goulart ·

Recently my office had all of the emails we have on record matched with a social media database to find … Continue reading »

President Obama and Social Media

President Obama and Social Media
by Alex Ragone ·

We all know that President Obama ran the most social media centered campaign in history as references by this New … Continue reading »

Free Webinar (5/18, 3 pm): The Story of the WA Mash

Free Webinar (5/18, 3 pm): The Story of the WA Mash
by Peter Baron ·

Are you trying to understand the buzz around social media and whether or not it can truly benefit your school? Join Antonio Viva, Associate Head of School and English teacher at Worcester Academy for a free webinar on Monday, May 18 at 3 pm ET that explores the creation of “WA Mash” and how he has successfully integrated social media into the curriculum of his Creative Writing course. Continue reading »

Social Media in Travel Programs: Part 1 – Overview

Social Media in Travel Programs: Part 1 – Overview
by William Stites ·

For over 10 years, The Montclair Kimberley Academy’s (MKA) Irish Studies Program has been taking seniors to Ireland as part … Continue reading »

Are you afraid of making social media mistakes?

Are you afraid of making social media mistakes?
by Antonio Viva ·

I say, don’t be! This morning I came across an interesting article by Denise Zimmerman over at iMedia Connection called … Continue reading »

H1N1, the CDC and Twitter

H1N1, the CDC and Twitter
by Alex Ragone ·

It’s easy to see how the first two are related. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the agency … Continue reading »

Why Social Media Matters

Why Social Media Matters
by David Bill ·

There has been a shift. We see it every day. Facebook is getting older. Twitter is breaking news. Everywhere we turn … Continue reading »

Are you Using Antisocial Media?

Are you Using Antisocial Media?
by Jay Goulart ·

Do you remember the rotary telephone? Most likely you do not but I do. I also remember those nervous moments … Continue reading »