Register for the 30-min Free Talk & Learn on “Managing” COVID-19 on Higher Ed Social Media (March 13 @ 11:30AM ET)!

When fear is going viral, sharing higher ed social media lessons learned from Hong Kong since the COVID-19 outbreak in Asia.

30 Min Talk Covid19 Higher Ed Social Media Sq
  • I had a positive, informative experience at the Higher Ed Social Media Conference. It’s great to hear what other colleges and universities are doing!

    Kandace Taylor, OSU-Oklahoma City. Kandace Taylor, OSU-Oklahoma City,
    Attendee
  • The HEA16 provided useful knowledge about what other institutions are doing currently in their web analytics and social media measurement. At times, it could’ve been helpful to dive deeper into certain topics, but the short format gave us a chance to get a wide breadth of information.

    Ahnes Hong, The University of British Columbia. Ahnes Hong, The University of British Columbia,
    Higher Education Analytics Conference Alum
  • The course was very applicable to what I do in my job. Our sites haven’t changed much in terms of lay out or format since they were first developed eight years ago, but we learned how we can lay out/create web/email copy in a more effective way, and I now know how to move ahead in a positive, powerful and useful way.

    Angi Roberts, University of Guelph. Angi Roberts, University of Guelph,
    Web Writing for Higher Ed Course Alum
  • I recommend this course for anyone who writes web content, whether a newbie or a veteran. Each component of the course imparts valuable information on how and why web writing should be done properly.

    I’ve been a news and web writer for a long time, but I still learned numerous lessons and tips that will help me improve. The modules on keywords, search engine optimization and personas were particularly useful. Because of this course, I feel like I’m much better suited to not only produce better web content for my university, but also to help the content providers in other departments to maintain a consistent message, voice and style.

    Tom Nurre, Angelo State University. Tom Nurre, Angelo State University,
    Web Writing for Higher Ed Course Alum

I recommend this course for anyone who writes web content, whether a newbie or a veteran. Each component of the course imparts valuable information on how and why web writing should be done properly.

I’ve been a news and web writer for a long time, but I still learned numerous lessons and tips that will help me improve. The modules on keywords, search engine optimization and personas were particularly useful. Because of this course, I feel like I’m much better suited to not only produce better web content for my university, but also to help the content providers in other departments to maintain a consistent message, voice and style.

Tom Nurre, Angelo State University. Tom Nurre, Angelo State University,
Web Writing for Higher Ed Course Alum

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