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What’s up in higher ed this week?

Karine Joly has published a weekly email newsletter (on Wednesday mornings) since December 2008.

Check out this week’s selection of articles, blog posts and news stories, carefully curated to help higher ed digital professionals like you keep up with what matters!

Higher Ed DigiTALES: Why (and how) to present and publish to advance your career in higher education
From Higher Ed Experts

5 reasons to submit a proposal by Sep 20 to present at the 5th Higher Ed Social Media Conference
From College Web Editor

Mind the Gap! Targeting Student Concerns During Yield

How Colorado State University Made 1,200 Snapchat Friends (in one month)
From CSU Social

How Social Media Can Boost your SEO
From Medium

Paying to post advertising on Facebook in the UK
From University of St Andrews

Social Analytics: Breaking Down Facebook Insights
From CSU Social

Calling all higher ed experts in Web Analytics, SEO or Web Writing: Join the Faculty!
From Higher Ed Experts

Could college messaging app Islands be the new Yik Yak?
From Inside Higher Ed

Is your Canadian institution using the right social platforms to engage students? [STUDY]
From Academica

Snapchat wants to get deeper into news, so it’s adding college newspapers to Discover
From Recode

How People Approach Facts and Information [STUDY]
From Pew Research Center

LinkedIn raises its ad tech game, launches Audience Network across tens of thousands of sites and apps
From TechCrunch

Twitter enables account sharing in its mobile app, powered by TweetDeck Teams
From TechCrunch

FaceID will work with Apple Pay, third-party apps
From TechCrunch

19 Tools for Creating Engaging Social Media Videos, Images and GIFs in Minutes
From Buffer Blog

Missed last week’s newsletter? Teaching Opportunities for You, #HigherEd Future, Social Media Videos, AMP & More
From Higher Ed Experts

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