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    • Using interactive technologies and social Media in higher ed Matt Herzberger Web Designer Texas A&M University College of Engineering
    • What is Social Media?
    • Begin.
    • Find where you are comfortable Facebook, Myspace, Youtube, Flickr, Blogs. Then start there. Learn from others by searching these sites for “college” and “universities”. Stake your claim, at least reserve a name for your college. Get a personal account, test it out. Where to Start?
    • Problems.
    • Can’t someone post something that makes us look bad? NO, NO, NO - moderation. There are problems on the web like cyber bullies, cyber stalking, etc. We don’t create or perpetuate this problem our presence doesn’t add to it or make us look bad. Students are not as dumb as people treat them.They know their info is out there and they are ok with it. Think Positive.
    • Benefits.
    • You can pursue new marketing touch points where the students are at. You gain access to a bigger audience. There is some control over your brand. People are suspect of “corporate voice”, especially young people. Brand very lightly. You can syndicate content via RSS. There is is a low cost of entry, usually free. Step three, profits.
    • Future.
    • Portable Social Networks Microformats // OpenID // Web services Aggregation // OpenSocial Mobile/ Location Based Social Network Geo location // Smart phones Mashups XML // Meta data // API Tagging Taxonomy // Meta data What’s next?
    • Try new things. Be adventurous. Hire a student worker if needed, they are the “target market”. You will only be as good as the people who contribute. Have a goal! Go for it.
    • Questions? Comments? Arguments? Matt Herzberger mherzberger@tamu.edu Blog: http://mattherzberger.com mattherzberger.com Let me have it.