Top Insights on Social Media for #HigherEd from the 2017 Student E-Expectations Survey [Exclusive] #hesm

Exclusive Preview of the 2017 Student & Parent E-Expectations Survey Part 6: Social Media for Students This is the 6th part of the 7-installment series on the April 2017 RNL E-Expectations survey results. This survey focuses on the E-expectations of high school seniors, juniors and sophomores (n=4,274) and their parents (n=3,530) and will be officially […]

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  • This was unique and very informative opportunity to hear what my peers at other universities are thinking and doing in this arena. I learned a few new things, and validated many of our thoughts and ideas here about social media and higher ed.


    Steven Morris, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Steven Morris, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
    Attendee

  • This is our second year attending this conference and we find it useful and refreshing to hear new, innovative ideas from the various schools. It’s always nice to hear what is working outside of our campus and find a way we can implement the various strategies here.


    Courtney Haraldson from Humboldt State University. Courtney Haraldson from Humboldt State University,
    Higher Education Social Media Conference 2018 Alum

  • Since we are a small marketing department with only one person dedicated to social media, this conference allows me the opportunity to stay informed about how to best utilize social media metrics, practices, and new trends in short, succinct presentations. Very effective use of my time!


    Stephanie Malloy, University of Northwestern Ohio. Stephanie Malloy, University of Northwestern Ohio,
    Higher Education Social Media Conference 2018 Alum

  • We assembled a group of interested web and marketing pros from across our large campus because it was a webinar directed at higher education. We can learn a lot more from our colleagues than we can from big consumer marketers, and that was refreshing. Nice work!


    Harry Hayward, University of Washington. Harry Hayward, University of Washington,
    Higher Education Analytics Conference Alum

This is the place to go if you are in higher education and you need the skills in order to kick off your social media planning or are just in need of enhancing those skills you’ve picked up along the way and learn how to do things better.


Josie Duran, Pacific Oaks College. Josie Duran, Pacific Oaks College,

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