Join edSocialMedia for a hands-on social media bootcamp at Loomis Chaffee School, in Windsor, CT, on Jan. 12, 2012. The morning presentation will be given by special guest Jon Moser of Finalsite.
Twitter’s latest redesign incorporated an exciting new feature for individual tweets. For many schools and organizations, the power of a testimonial is worth a thousand words, and now, you can embed the comments your constituents share about you.
Join edSocialMedia for a hands-on social media bootcamp for school administrators & teachers at Ravenscroft School, in Raleigh, NC, on Dec. 7, 2011.
The collection below focuses on the integral use of social media in our schools. Jason Ramsden, CTO at Ravenscroft, discusses how to use social media to communicate effectively about your school & enhance professional development for educators.
This webinar will focus on the integral use of social media and its use in our schools. Using his new book, "Communicating and Connecting with Social Media," co-author Jason Ramsden will discuss: How to use social media to communicate effectively about your school, how to use social media to enhance professional development for educator and much more.
Google+ pages are now accessible for businesses, and your schools should be in the mix. In a recent webinar, three edSocialMedia team members discussed the potential power behind your organization’s Google+ page. Peter Baron, a co-founder of edSocialMedia and president of AdmissionsQuest, William Stites, Blogger-in-Chief of edSocialMedia.com and Director of Technology at The Montclair Kimberley [...]
edSocialMedia’s Facebook bootcamp at Stuart Country Day School allows participants to spend a day in a hands-on workshop where they will learn how to create and administer a dynamic Facebook Page. Limited spaces are available.
It’s been great to see so many school districts join the world of Facebook over the past few years as the barriers to getting a page up have slowly been fading away. The shift has moved from “How do we get a page up?” to “What do we do now that it’s up?” I [...]
Google recently launched a new service called “What Do You Love?” At first glance, this appears to be a simple search box. As an experiment, I searched “independent school.” The screenshots above represent a sampling of [...]
I ran my first and only marathon, the Quebec City Marathon, in August 2008. I had trained for marathons three times before but failed to get to the starting line due to injuries. My plan was simple, train through the summer in Boston and head up to Canada to run the race of my life [...]