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  • Dudley, MA
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uwebd Members 'In the Wild' - Carrie Saarinen ROCKS!
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Our fellow uwebd member, Carrie Saarinen, kicked off a cool community blogging project for Worcester, MA and surrounding towns during the New England blizzard (12/2010). The project continues to grow…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carrie Saarinen Jan 10, 2011.

email marketing services?
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Just wondering what service everyone is using for their email marketing? I'm exploring options. Would love feedback about what's great and what's not so great out there. Thanks in advance.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tara Cox Dec 27, 2010.

What's your favorite use of Social Media by a University/College?

Have you seen something really amazing being done out there? I'd really like to see it - please share? Thank you in advance!Continue

Tags: strategy, content, examples, media, social

Started Dec 20, 2010

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Employer?
Nichols College
Website:
http://www.nichols.edu
Personal Website:
http://claudiasnell.com
Find me on Twitter at:
http://claudiasnell
Find me on LinkedIn at:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/claudiasnell
List three areas of expertise or specialization.
Web design, social media and content strategy
What CMS are you using?
ExpressionEngine
What department or office are you in?
Web / Social Media
Primary Job Responsibility
Manage Nichols College websites and primary social media profiles. Online community support & expansion.

Lead the social media and blog production team.

Support and training for students, staff and faculty.

Learn about new trends, techniques and technology - advise management & team members.

Assist in planning strategies and developing policies.
Number of students at your institution
~1200

Claudia Snell's Blog

Website redesign

I'm so excited to announce that we just launched our newly redesigned Graduate and Professional Studies website. The site was designed and built by Aaron Gustafson and Easy Designs. http://gps.nichols.edu

CMS is ExpressionEngine. 

Posted on February 28, 2013 at 2:49pm

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