Engaging Prospective Students with Social Media

Engaging Prospective Students with Social Media
by Jason Boucher ·

Sometimes I’m asked, “Is social media worth the effort?”   Usually it’s from someone not in the social media or … Continue reading »

Three Anonymous Apps That Should Scare Your School

Three Anonymous Apps That Should Scare Your School
by Cody Barbierri ·

Ever hear of After School? Yik Yak? Whisper? Most likely, you haven’t. Why? Because these apps are targeted at your … Continue reading »

Reaching Prospective Students Through Social Media

Reaching Prospective Students Through Social Media
by Jason Boucher ·

There are many ways for a university’s communications department to connect with students using social media, but how do we … Continue reading »

Surprise! Alumni Relations IS Admissions Outreach (Pt. 1)

Surprise! Alumni Relations IS Admissions Outreach (Pt. 1)
by Justin Malvin ·

A crazy thing happened the other day while I was looking over some page flow analytics for one of my … Continue reading »

Is it Really Vandalism?

Is it Really Vandalism?
by Justin Malvin ·

OH NO!! Someone posted something negative on your social media feed! Best to delete it before the head of development … Continue reading »

Get Students to Care About Copyright

Get Students to Care About Copyright
by Robin Neal ·

In my own classroom, I fight the good fight every day, wrestling with students who want to use copyrighted music … Continue reading »

Student Blogging to 50,000 Views: Gould Academy Glog

Student Blogging to 50,000 Views: Gould Academy Glog
by Peter Baron ·

“How do I build & sustain a student blog?” or “How do I find student bloggers?” or “How do I … Continue reading »

Must See ‘New Hampton’ TV!

Must See ‘New Hampton’ TV!
by Peter Baron ·

Have you caught Hans Mundahl’s latest edSocialMedia video (Social Media and the Carpentry Puzzle)? If not, take 5 minutes, it’s worth every second.

His post provides an ideal segue into edSocialMedia’s latest podcast. Hans & I began with a conversation about the tensions that pop up as schools begin to participate in social media and from there focused on the student produced livecast New Hampton TV. He spoke about the program’s growth, the technological & communication lessons learned by the students, and some of the surprises they’ve faced along the way. Continue reading »