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Mash ups, lists and blogs - universities and social media
Mash ups, lists and blogs - universities and social media
Mash ups, lists and blogs - universities and social media
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Mash ups, lists and blogs - universities and social media

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This is a brief overview I created showing some examples, from higher education, of how social media assets can be presented on a website. I also include some links to university blogs focused on …

This is a brief overview I created showing some examples, from higher education, of how social media assets can be presented on a website. I also include some links to university blogs focused on international student recruitment. The speaker notes contain some explanatory information.

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  • This is the mash-up from NorthfieldMountHernon - http://www.nmhschool.org/nmhbook Collecting all their social media assets into one place
  • The mashup from William and Mary, whichdrawstogethereverything – both assets theydirectlyinfluence and others. http://social.wm.edu/
  • Simple buteffectivelistingof social media assets from Bristol university - http://www.bris.ac.uk/social-media/ Alphabetical ranking is probably not so user friendly, however.
  • The universityof York (UK) give a cleanoverviewoftheir social mediea assets: http://www.york.ac.uk/social/
  • There’s a real mixture in theseexamples – all havegreatcontent, butthey show the needto be regularwithyourposting – otherwise the blog starts to long old ratherquickly. Theseexamplesalso show thatcommentsare hard to come by.
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    • 1. Mash-ups, lists and blogs<br />…showing off your social media assets, someexamples from highereducation…<br />
    • 2. Mash-ups<br />
    • 3. Mash-ups<br />
    • 4. lists<br />
    • 5. lists<br />
    • 6. Blogs – international Student Focus<br />Nice idea, butneedto be updatedmore:<br />http://nuiginternational.wordpress.com/<br />http://cardiffinternational.blogspot.com/<br />http://uclinternationalstudents.wordpress.com/<br />More like it! Tips and advice on everything from surfing tolanguage:<br />http://blogs.acu.edu.au/international/<br />Student blogs, by international students:<br />http://studies.ku.dk/arriving_and_living_in_copenhagen/blogs/<br />http://tuftsblogs.com/international/<br />

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