Do you feel the general research abounding on the web regarding the use of technology is accurate or applicable to higher education?
What general trends have other schools observed in regards to student, prospective student, faculty/staff, etc., usage of your university websites, social media (Facebook/Twitter, etc), email, texting (technically the last two might be defined as social media, but are typically perceived separately by end users), etc.? What tends to be the most used by your different constituents?
Any general increase/decrease in usage in the different platforms? If so, thoughts/observations as to possible causes or correlating influences to changes in trends (ie moving content to portal systems, use of mobile apps, student access to web based technology, mobile vs desktop usage, advertising campaigns just to name a few)?
Any major differences based on general areas of campus (ie enrollment, academic, student affairs/services, auxiliary services, etc)?
Where applicable, any differences between main campus/satellite campuses?
Does your residential population seem to differ from off-campus?
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