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Let’s talk about the higher ed content we can share NOW?

After the success of our 1st Higher Ed Experts’ FREE 30-min Talk and Learn on March 13, I’ve decided to make it a weekly online event to help support the community.

This week I’ve asked Morgan Goff, a member of the West Virginia University’s Social Media Team, Jon McBride who oversees social media at BYU in Salt Lake City and Katie Halberg, Social Media Program Director at Wright State University in Ohio to tell us more about the content their unit is sharing now that their institutions have closed and announced the move to online classes.

On March 20, 2020 at 11:30AM ET on Friday (10:30 AM CT, 9:30AM MT, 8:30AM PT) Morgan, Jon and Katie will share examples in a very short presentation before answering your questions to help us all learn and brainstrom.

It’s free, 30-min and to-the-point, but you need to register

Whether or not you attended the first Talk and Learn you need to register. If you do so, you will be placed on the list for all the upcoming weekly meeting (to make it easier for you).

So, you need to register ASAP to reserve your free virtual seat.

An Online Conference focusing 100% on higher ed content?

The Higher Ed Content Conference is a must-attend event for higher ed content professionals and teams looking for new ideas and best practices.

Read below what a few of your higher ed colleagues who attended the past editions of the Higher Ed Content Conference say about the experience.

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