Getting to Know You: Q&A with Cassie Dull

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Cassie Dull
by Cassie Dull ·

This series on Getting to Know the edSocialMedia bloggers was started by Marisa Peacock and so far has been a … Continue reading »

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Liza Fisher Norman

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Liza Fisher Norman
by Liza Fisher Norman ·

Brendan Schneider nominated me as one of 5 bloggers in his response to the challenge put forth my Marisa Peacock’s recent blog … Continue reading »

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Brendan Schneider

Getting to Know You: Q&A with Brendan Schneider
by Brendan Schneider ·

Never one to back away from a challenge I am responding to Marisa Peacock’s recent blog post to learn more about the … Continue reading »

Top 10 edSocialMedia Posts for 2013 (Content Audit, too…)

Top 10 edSocialMedia Posts for 2013 (Content Audit, too…)
by William Stites ·

As we welcome in 2014 it feels appropriate to take a look back at the year that was, and a … Continue reading »

Getting to Know You: Questions and Answers for the New Year

Getting to Know You: Questions and Answers for the New Year
by Marisa Peacock ·

Happy New Year!   While browsing my social media feeds over the holidays, a blog post from the Center for Teaching … Continue reading »

Defining a Viral Video: A Halloween Story

Defining a Viral Video: A Halloween Story
by William Stites ·

What does it mean to have a viral video? Does it need to have thousands of views? Does it need … Continue reading »

It Takes a Village (to Produce a Video)

It Takes a Village (to Produce a Video)
by Ethney McMahon ·

Historically, your school’s marketing department may have been the only ones responsible for generating content about your school. Generally those outbound marketing materials, such as brochures, view books and the occasional video were outsourced for production. Continue reading »

How to Make a Viral Video in-House

How to Make a Viral Video in-House
by Madeline Riley ·

One of the great things about working with schools for their social media audits is the ability to find hidden gems in the social media landscape. Although this “gem” is less hidden in the most recent months — as some of you have started to see this video pop up on social media sites — we wanted to give the video a special highlight to showcase a quality production that generated ample amount of buzz for The Derryfield School. Continue reading »

2013 UNH Commencement Goes Social

2013 UNH Commencement Goes Social
by Jason Boucher ·

The department of New & Emerging Media at The University of New Hampshire wanted to create a website where anyone interested in this year’s graduation activities could visit and see all things social media related. Along with our web designer, we created a mash-up that includes a controllable webcam looking out onto Memorial field, where the 2013 commencement ceremonies will take place. Continue reading »

Social Media Lessons From A State Basketball Title

Social Media Lessons From A State Basketball Title
by Josh Loftin ·

The Wasatch Academy Tigers second state championship in basketball (ever) provided a much-needed late-winter jolt to the school’s campus. The impressive season-long run by the boy’s team also energized alumni, parents and even former faculty members, providing a prime opportunity to connect further with audiences who may normally offer passing interest. Continue reading »