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Is it time to think about rebalancing your social media portfolio? After the announcement of the Facebook News Feed change last Thursday, higher ed social media professionals have been all abuzz about the strategy to adopt to save reach on the “friendly” platform. By throttling even further the reach of any organic posts published by Pages, Facebook has thrown away all the hard work publishers, brands and schools put
3 questions on #highered analytics to great pros to follow: Kris Hardy (@krishardy83), Director of Web and Digital Marketing – Messiah College
Kris Hardy, Director of Web and Digital Marketing at Messiah College, is one of the 12 presenters of the 2018 Higher Ed Analytics Conference. In this 3-question interview, Kris tells us about what’s coming in 2018, the challenges of embracing analytics in higher ed and the best ways to keep learning about data and measurement for higher ed marketers.. 1) What’s coming for higher ed analytics and measurement in
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has begun issuing its first awards through its new grant program, Improving Undergraduate STEM Education: Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs).
While many professors recognize virtual reality (VR) as an emerging classroom technology, some still struggle with how to incorporate it into their curriculum. The post 3 best practices from VR implementation across departments appeared first on eCampus News.
Have you begun a new marketing leadership role in the last year, or perhaps you will be transitioning to one in 2018? Those beginning months of your new role will set the tone for your tenure, and it’s imperative to make the most of this unique period. This episode of Marketing Live will cover the most important considerations for those beginning – or soon to begin – new roles, providing
Have you begun a new marketing leadership role in the last year, or perhaps you will be transitioning to one in 2018 Those beginning months of your new role will set the tone for your tenure, and it’s imperative to make the most of this unique peri...
The National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) and its Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) provide the most official data on colleges and universities in the United States. This is the fifth year of data, and we have an opportunity to view trends over time. Let’s look at the top 20 online programs for Fall 2016 (in terms of total number of students taking at least one online course for grad and undergrad levels combined)
Last month I had an opportunity to talk with Eric Olsen from Helix Education about web accessibility in higher education. The dramatic increase in OCR complaints, the Winn Dixie case, and the Section 508 Refresh have combined to make web accessibility top of mind on most college campuses. During out conversation, Eric and I talked about a number of topics including why accessibility matters more than you think, an overview
Last month I had an opportunity to talk with Eric Olsen from Helix Education about web accessibility in higher education. The dramatic increase in OCR complaints, the Winn Dixie case, and the Section 508 Refresh have combined to make web accessibility to...
Tue, 01/16/2018Industry NewsAdobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) and Webster University have reached an agreement to provide Adobe Creative Cloud (Adobe CC) to every student, faculty member and employee across all of Webster’s U.S. and international campuses as well as its online platforms. Students will be able to use Adobe CC to create persuasive and compelling digital content, develop new critical thinking skills and share work with fellow students – making Webster a leader
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