The Tortoise and the Hare—Social Media Can Differentiate the Course

The Tortoise and the Hare—Social Media Can Differentiate the Course
by Nikki Morrell ·

The amazing thing about social media in the classroom is that it engages all learners. That’s right, I used the … Continue reading »

Page Timelines on Facebook, What does this Mean?

Page Timelines on Facebook, What does this Mean?
by Ali Yares ·

Yesterday, Facebook introduced the Timeline for Pages. The timeline has already been available for personal profiles for quite some time. … Continue reading »

Pinterest: What’s in it for you?

Pinterest: What’s in it for you?
by Ali Yares ·

Pinterest started two years ago sort of like a bulletin board for sharing ideas. In the last year, it has … Continue reading »

Collaborative Lyrical Analysis with Google Docs

Collaborative Lyrical Analysis with Google Docs
by Morgan Harris ·

As my colleague Nate Green recently discussed, Google Docs is a fantastic way to respond to student writing. Students receive … Continue reading »

How to Embed a Tweet

How to Embed a Tweet
by Madeline Riley ·

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. Continue reading »

Getting Started with Google+ Pages

Getting Started with Google+ Pages
by Madeline Riley ·

Google+ pages are now accessible for businesses, and your schools should be in the mix.   In a recent webinar, … Continue reading »

Social Media & Branding: Composing a Cohesive Tune

Social Media & Branding: Composing a Cohesive Tune
by Madeline Riley ·

  You can recite your school’s branding like a childhood lullaby, but are you whistling the same tune when you … Continue reading »

Down With Posters

Down With Posters
by Robin Neal ·

I despise glitter. It’s proudly gauche and sinisterly invasive. Once a bedazzled project crosses the threshold of my classroom, the … Continue reading »

Five Ways to Use Foursquare in Educational Marketing, Part Two

Five Ways to Use Foursquare in Educational Marketing, Part Two
by Shane Haggerty ·

Last week I opened up the idea of using Foursquare, one of the leading location-based services, for educational marketing purposes. I presented … Continue reading »

Five Ways to Use Foursquare in Educational Marketing, Part One

Five Ways to Use Foursquare in Educational Marketing, Part One
by Shane Haggerty ·

We all are aware of the logistics and legalities that would have to first be vetted with a social tool … Continue reading »