Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Higher Ed Live
403,880 followers -
Live web shows (and archives) for higher education professionals.
Live web shows (and archives) for higher education professionals.

403,880 followers
About
Higher Ed Live's posts

Post has attachment
Designed to introduce the concept of integrated marketing communication in the higher education environment. Tune in to hear more about this exclusive opportunity at the Higher Ed Web conference in Memphis, TN in October.

Post has attachment
Often the unsung heroes in an organization, mid-level professionals have unique challenges, and opportunities that create a need for continuous learning and growth. How can one transition from a “specialist” to a leader of a cross functional team? What factors affect mid-level longevity and career satisfaction? How can one effectively lead from the middle? What skills and competencies are essential in order to perform the duties of a mid-level professional?

On this episode of Student Affairs Live, host Tony Doody speaks with Dr. Mamta Accapadi, Vice President of Student Affairs at Rollins College, Dr. Maureen E. Wilson, professor and chair of the Department of Higher Education and Student Affairs at Bowling Green State University, and Dr. Nicky P. Damania, Director of Student life at Bakersfield Community College and chair for ACPA’s Mid-Level Community of Practice (MLCOP).

Post has attachment
Trying to move a big idea forward in higher education can feel like a never ending uphill battle. During this episode of Marketing Live we speak with Higher Ed Live founder, Seth Odell. He started the network in order to share ideas that benefit education marketers, fuel great campaigns, and support a collaborative meaningful dialog in our industry. Seth believes in setting goals and realizing them. He takes the same approach to individual campaigns as he does to an overall online presence.

With a rapidly changing landscape there are big opportunities to leverage the power of digital marketing. Seth brings these insights to life and speaks about what it takes to innovate. Tune in to learn how to get leadership on board with your big ideas, secure budget when there’s no budget left, and grow your team (magically) without growing your team.

Post has attachment
Two years ago, we featured a large panel of (then) graduate students in Student Affairs master's programs on an episode called Current #SAGrads: Their Future in Student Affairs. We've invited them back to appear on Student Affairs Live and share what their first year was like as new professionals in student affairs. What challenges did they face? What do they wish they would have known in grad school? What is their outlook on student affairs now that they are in the profession full time?

On this episode, Student Affairs Live host Heather Shea Gasser connects with five returning guests who have all finished their first year working in Student Affairs to learn more about their transition from #SAGrad to #SApro. Joining Heather are Andrea De Leon from St. John's University, Matt Fenstermaker from Oregon State University, Jarvis McCowin from SUNY Broome, Gabby Porcaro from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, and Jasmine Scott from The Ohio State University.

Post has attachment
Early FAFSA and Prior-Prior Year (PPY) is officially here and challenges and opportunities for this recruitment cycle abound. In this episode of <em>Admissions Live</em>, we will demystify what PPY means for students, parents, and recruiters. Louis Hirsh, chair of NACAC’s Admissions Practices Committee and member of NACAC’s Steering Committee on Admissions Practices, will talk strategies, counseling, and NACAC compliance for upcoming travel season and beyond.

Post has attachment
Video content is more popular than ever. Is your Advancement operation taking full advantage of the medium? In this episode, guests from Embryo Creative, Boston University, and Temple University discuss how they have combined audience segmentation and smart production schedules to produce video content that produces results with audiences that matter without breaking the bank.

Post has attachment
What Do College-Bound High School Students Expect From Your Website and Digital Communications?

Are students still using email, text, and social media to learn more about your programs and campus? What are they looking for on your website, and how will they find it? What other digital tools do they find valuable as they explore their enrollment options? This data-rich episode of Higher Ed Special Edition will provide you with answers to help strengthen your e-recruitment efforts.

Post has attachment
We've proved faculty content deserves a strategy beyond a basic directory. Faculty content makes way for rich storytelling, media mentions and deeper engagements with prospective students, alumni and donors. In this episode of Higher Ed Special Edition, we’ll speak with J. Michael Moore of Emory University's Goizueta Business School about the steps you can take to implement faculty content on your website and connect your efforts to your institution's strategic plan – driving media coverage, alumni engagement, and student recruitment.

Post has attachment
It has been a over decade since the social networking revolution began and five years since advancement offices began seriously investing in staff and program dollars to engage alumni online. We are finally at a point where we can see direct connections between digital initiatives and the business goals at the core of institutional communications, alumni engagement, and fundraising efforts. In this episode, panelists will present case studies in each of these areas, discussing the strategies, metrics, and outcomes of recent digital campaigns that align with advancement's longstanding focus on mobilizing time, talent, and treasure on behalf of our institutions.

Post has attachment
Aaron Hill has been collecting data on Image Macros (more commonly known as "Internet Memes") to accrue data and answer questions about "correct usage" of these memes, and also to learn what sentiments they individually convey. To date, he has collected over 20,000 samples in the wild. Since the meanings of individual memes are emergent properties defined by their usage, if one is to "define" a meme, having a large dataset of usage would be the best approach.

Learn how to use memes accurately and appropriately on your social media channels.
Wait while more posts are being loaded