We wanted to share a free 30-minute webinar we're putting on later this month:Moving from Broadcasting to Community BuildingWant to create a more meaningful social media experience for your audience? Hoping to get your followers to do more than just like your posts or favorite your tweets? Sign up for our free 30-minute Webinar entitled "Moving from Broadcasting to Community Building".Learn how to:Be a…See More
We just released our 4th annual Facebook and Admissions White Paper. It contains data collected from 147 colleges and universities about how they use Facebook in their recruitment and yield efforts.It's packed with great data on:What admissions offices are doing on FacebookWhat resources they are dedicating to these effortsHow schools are using current studentsHow they're measuring the impact of their Facebook effortsWhere…See More
We're conducting our annual survey on Facebook and Admissions. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at:http://www.varsityoutreach.com/FacebookSurvey/Our GoalOur goal is to explore trends related to how schools are using Facebook to reach out to prospective and admitted students.How Is the Data Used?All data will be shown in the aggregate. Answers from individual schools will not be released and will remain…See More
The 3rd annual Facebook and Admissions white paper is now out! It contains data collected from 160 colleges and universities about how they use Facebook in their recruitment and yield efforts.It's packed with great data on:What admissions offices are doing on FacebookWhat resources they are dedicating to these effortsHow schools are using current studentsHow they're measuring the impact of their Facebook effortsWe also…See More
Department Summary: Digital Communications, a department under University Relations, is responsible for creating and implementing the university's top-level digital communications strategy; managing internal and external online communications channels; and developing content, tools and services for Tufts.edu and related sites. Our audiences include students, prospective students, parents, alumni, faculty, staff, donors and external media.The team manages the university's homepage and upper…See More
The Front End Developer is part of a team that provides development, analysis of websites, web-based applications, and web-based services in support of the work of the Johns Hopkins University Office of Communications and reports to the Director of Digital Strategy.The primary duties and responsibilities of the job include:Works at high programming and creative level, demonstrating proficiency in interpreting graphic visual or interaction designs using modern web standards and technologies…See More
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