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Web Dev position at SUNY-ESF, Syracuse NY

"Under the supervision of the Associate Director of Communications (Web Coordinator), the Web Developer develops and maintains several public information systems and supports system users, and assists in the development and maintenance of ESF’s websites and larger online presence."DescriptionSee More
Sep 24, 2013
Paul Otteson posted a discussion

Headhunters want to join the College Linkedin group

Hello --Like many schools, SUNY-ESF has (in addition to a 'company page') a Linkedin group profiled as the "... official professional and career networking group for SUNY-ESF alumni, students and faculty." The original plan was to limit membership as described, and that continues to be the policy.I notice, however, that I get non-ESF people requesting membership: corporate HR, headhunters, same-field professionals, etc. So far, I kindly deny them membership, but give them info for job posting…See More
Mar 31, 2010
Paul Otteson replied to Mark Greenfield's discussion Transitioning Accepted Student Social Networks
"Mark -- First, still with Ning here, and not SocialEngine. Several parts to the "hook" answer, though I'm not yet sure that they make a compelling set: CONTENT -- ...in the broadest sense. ESF everything - feeds, branding, layout,…"
Jan 14, 2010
Paul Otteson replied to Mark Greenfield's discussion Transitioning Accepted Student Social Networks
"Rachel -- Thanks for the reply. Can I ask how (if) you will handle accepteds in this network? SocialEngine tells me that subnetworks/networks can't be "merged", but what's your understanding of the isolation-to-engagement range…"
Dec 21, 2009
Paul Otteson replied to Mark Greenfield's discussion Transitioning Accepted Student Social Networks
"Same story at SUNY-ESF -- Ning network for accepteds rolled out 1/08 with a plan to 'retire' it, well, now actually, and then to relaunch for the next class. The network had student ambassador and admissions staff members, and it included…"
Dec 16, 2009

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