How intentional is your Student Affairs division in creating meaningful partnerships with the Information Technology division at your institution? Today, Ed shares some ideas on how this can take place based on his recent attendance at the EDUCAUASE Annual Conference.
The summer months will fly by. As a Higher Education administrator, how will you spend them learning about technology and social media use in Higher Education?
Ed shares a student affairs marketing approach via venn diagram. What are you thoughts on this approach and how would you shift it?
Are there any connections between the frequency of electronic notifications to one’s productivity level? This posts shares what Ed discovered over a two week period of exploration!
How can we encourage our senior student affairs officers to take an active role in using social media tools? How can SSAOs better support their division leaders who are already actively engaged? Today’s post from Ed Cabellon shares ideas on how to inspire SSAOs to move forward.
Do you plan on training your Higher Education staff on using social media communication channels for your department or organization? Here are some ideas to get you started!
Its time Student Affairs professionals used video as part of their staff training plans. In this post, Ed Cabellon shares some thoughts on how to get started and why the use of video can save you time and resources!
Quick update from Ed on the status of the upcoming Student Affairs Technology Unconferences.
With budget planning in the minds of many, its the perfect opportunity to pitch your ideas around Student Affairs Technology needs! Ed shares some ideas, hoping to inspire action among his Higher Education and Student Affairs colleagues!
Today, as Twitter turns seven, Ed shares thoughts on how Higher Education and Student Affairs administrators should evolve their use of Twitter beyond what is already being done on college campuses as an administrative engagement tool.