Of Mice, Men, and Instagram

Of Mice, Men, and Instagram
by Richard Kassissieh ·

How can middle school students begin to recognize complexity and empathize with characters in literature? In a conventional approach, a teacher … Continue reading »

Integrating Instagram into Math Class

Integrating Instagram into Math Class
by Peter Smith ·

“When will we ever use this in real life?” This is the common question that many teachers hear – and … Continue reading »

9 ways to use Hyperlapse in your school’s video efforts this year

9 ways to use Hyperlapse in your school’s video efforts this year
by Cassie Dull ·

The Hyperlapse train is coming and you better jump on board. I rarely say this about new social media tools, … Continue reading »

Friday Night Football – A Modern Mobile Marketing Marvel

Friday Night Football – A Modern Mobile Marketing Marvel
by Randy Vaughn ·

Down here in Texas, we love our football. Of course we cheer our kids whether they are on the gridiron, … 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 »

Can Facebook Last?

Can Facebook Last?
by Drew Millikin ·

Facebook has been making moves that have me, as a marketer, rather annoyed. In the past couple of months, I’ve notice that reach of my school’s Facebook Page had significantly declined. At the same time, the cost to promote a post increased while the reach decreased. In October, a non-promoted post would routinely get 1,500 impressions in a month. In November, I have to pay $10 for that. Continue reading »