Boarding School to edSocialMedia: Interview with Shane Haggerty

Boarding School to edSocialMedia: Interview with Shane Haggerty
by Jesse Bardo ·

I was recently interviewed by Shane Haggerty (@shanehaggerty) for his blog The Social Learning Lab. Shane and I talked about … Continue reading »

16,000 followers on Facebook in 96 hours: All by a 13 year old

16,000 followers on Facebook in 96 hours: All by a 13 year old
by Jesse Bardo ·

What an incredible story! Logan Ludwig watched as his grandfather’s mistreatment lead to illness and continued disinterest by the Washington … Continue reading »

A Holistic Approach to Promoting Integrity Online and Offline

A Holistic Approach to Promoting Integrity Online and Offline
by Marisa Peacock ·

Many colleges and universities have policies outlining standards and expectations of academic integrity. These statements often address intellectual property, plagiarism, … Continue reading »

Why A Mustache Will Help You Remember Me.

Why A Mustache Will Help You Remember Me.
by Tucker Kimball ·

I’m on the hook now. Pressure’s on. I have to keep you engaged. Keep you coming back to read my … Continue reading »

The Numbers Don’t Lie

The Numbers Don’t Lie
by Jesse Bardo ·

The University of UMass at Dartmouth study on the use of social media by higher educational institutions shows just how … Continue reading »

Flash Social Media Project

Flash Social Media Project
by Jesse Bardo ·

A buddy of mine and I came across a local business in Cambridge that just moved into the area and … Continue reading »

Email Signatures: Another Way to Drive Traffic to Your Social Sites

Email Signatures: Another Way to Drive Traffic to Your Social Sites
by Liza Fisher Norman ·

Very few schools have a standardized email signature — even within departments — and yet this is a basic for … Continue reading »

Brendan Schneider’s “cocktail conversations” and schools

Brendan Schneider’s “cocktail conversations” and schools
by Jesse Bardo ·

Brendan Schneider, the Director of Admission and Financial Aid at Sewickley Academy, writes about the importance of branding through “cocktail … Continue reading »

How to Tweet Effectively – Part One

How to Tweet Effectively – Part One
by Marisa Peacock ·

Since it came into our lives, social media has become less about mundane updates about breakfast and more about sharing information and resources.

Thanks to platforms like Twitter, users are able to effectively share information, promote awareness and provide resources. Learning how to stand out in a crowd populated by millions of Tweeters can seem daunting. Continue reading »

Parenting in the Age of Social Media

Parenting in the Age of Social Media
by Steve Ritchie ·

Last week I came across a Mashable article, eye-catchingly titled Social Media Parenting: Raising the Digital Generation, that I thought … Continue reading »