How to Pitch Social Media to Your Boss

How to Pitch Social Media to Your Boss
by Tim McDonough ·

Recently I gave a talk at an edSocialMedia bootcamp where I said “I can assure you I work at the … Continue reading »

I’m not addicted to Twitter – I’m addicted to ideas

I’m not addicted to Twitter – I’m addicted to ideas
by Tim McDonough ·

A few moments after my wife read my last Blog “What I learned on my summer vacation” she turned to … Continue reading »

Schools on Facebook

Schools on Facebook
by Steve Ritchie ·

We’ve had a lot of requests for examples of schools with Facebook fan pages. Thanks to the hard work of … Continue reading »

900 Fans in 5 Months? One School’s Story

900 Fans in 5 Months? One School’s Story
by Lorrie Jackson ·

How do you get almost 900 Facebook fans in just five months? Mary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School … 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 »

Can Anyone Be a Fan?

Can Anyone Be a Fan?
by Travis Warren ·

One of the good questions posed after a recent Webinar, “Leveraging Facebook,” was the fact that unlike “groups,” access to “Public Profiles” cannot be limited by approval. Currently age and country are the only options Facebook provides for restricting fans. In other words, pretty much anyone can become a “fan” of your school on Facebook. More the one person expressed “serious concern” regarding open access to these pages. Continue reading »