"James - Does Duke have any policies or guidelines for highlighting videos from the other "sub" channels? At Missouri S&T, we're talking about taking a similar approach but are interested in seeing what guidelines or best practices…"
"Hey guys, on a related topic, much better tool to put Twitter updates on FB rather than the other way around....called "Selective Twitter Update" and it allows you to post to twitter and have it update the Facebook page, but only when you…"
Hello,The other day I noticed we now get the option to have updates on our Facebook Public Profile update our Twitter account, so I linked the university accounts together.Naturally, I'm now regretting that decision and would like to put an end to this link. But I can't find a way to do so on the FB Page's edit menu. [the original prompt was a friendly blue box across the top of the page]Any suggestions? Or anyone have a human contact at FB who could help???Thanks!NSee More
"Here at Duke, we decided to allow each department/school/office to have its own channel as they wish. We also created a main Duke channel -- http://www.youtube.com/duke. We use the main channel to highlight the best of the videos from the other…"
"Ahh, this is making sense! We can encourage the school/unit channels to adopt our recommendations on branding and linking to other university channels, and not have to be responsible for uploading tons of video content. Excellent points, thanks so…"
"We have one, but we're a small college and new to YouTube. I can already see advantages to multiple channels to both spread out the maintenance and separate the audiences. For now we're trying to use playlists and tags to separate content,…"
"Size matters. We are a large institution so a centralized channel (given the current limitations on accounts) is out of the question. Even within my college at the University we have multiple channels run by different units. The primary reason is…"
"Our school has one main YouTube Channel, this is mainly because we are a smaller private institution, and I am the main video producer, editor, and recorder. I could see how the multiple ones could be good, but in my experience there's always a…"
So, we started the university's central YouTube channel 8 months ago, and it has grown to some [not much!] prominence. Seems like folks around here are jumping on the video bandwagon, and gearing up to seriously produce & promote video content in 2009-2010.However, now we are seeing individual schools/units create their own YouTube channels, not to intentionally snub the main university one, but without really thinking much about the pros/con of going it alone.Pros for central channel:-…See More
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