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Social Media Innovation  In Higher Education        By Ashley Palumbo  MSPC 3050 Social Media Marketing &          Communi...
Embracing Social Media  “As social media   becomes moreintegral to students‟ lives, educational   institutions are   final...
PeopleWho are you trying to reach?             • Prospective & Current               Students             • Alumni        ...
Popular Social Media100 90 80 70 60                                                  18-22                                ...
Objectives     Why are you using social media?• Attract Students• Retain Students• Enhance Learning• Promote School  Pride...
Strategy         What‟s your social media                  policy?   “Imagine how the    groundswell will  change the way ...
TechnologyWhich technologies are most appropriate?
Creating Conversations“There is no „right way‟                           • Ask Questions    to engage the    groundswell.”...
Ubiquitous Groundswell “We can no more stop its move to our handheld devices than we can stop a             landslide.”   ...
References• Bernoff, J. And Li, C. (2008). Groundswell: Winning in a world   transformed by social technologies. Boston, M...
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  1. 1. Social Media Innovation In Higher Education By Ashley Palumbo MSPC 3050 Social Media Marketing & Communication
  2. 2. Embracing Social Media “As social media becomes moreintegral to students‟ lives, educational institutions are finally catching on, and catching up.” - Matt Silverman * Top 100 Social Media
  3. 3. PeopleWho are you trying to reach? • Prospective & Current Students • Alumni • Faculty & Staff • Parents & Community Members Where are they most active?
  4. 4. Popular Social Media100 90 80 70 60 18-22 23-31 50 32-45 40 46-66 30 67+ 20 10 0 Facebook Linked-In Twitter * July 2011 study by Forrester Research, Inc.
  5. 5. Objectives Why are you using social media?• Attract Students• Retain Students• Enhance Learning• Promote School Pride• Maintain Connections
  6. 6. Strategy What‟s your social media policy? “Imagine how the groundswell will change the way yourun your business over the next few years.” - Charlene Li & Josh Bernoff
  7. 7. TechnologyWhich technologies are most appropriate?
  8. 8. Creating Conversations“There is no „right way‟ • Ask Questions to engage the groundswell.” • Offer Incentives - Charlene Li & Josh • Listen & Bernoff Respond • Energize Groundswell
  9. 9. Ubiquitous Groundswell “We can no more stop its move to our handheld devices than we can stop a landslide.” - Michael Fienan
  10. 10. References• Bernoff, J. And Li, C. (2008). Groundswell: Winning in a world transformed by social technologies. Boston, MA. Forrester Research Inc.• Fienan, M. “Best of the Mobile Higher Ed Web.” http://doteduguru.com/id5154-best-of-the-mobile-higher-ed- web.html.• Pidaparthy, U. “How Colleges Use, Misuse Social Media to Reach Students.” CNN.com. http://www.cnn.com/2011/10/20/tech/social-media/universities- social-media/index.html.• Silverman, M. “How Higher Education Uses Social Media.” Mashable .com 4 ways to improve. http://mashable.com/2012/02/03/higher-education-social-media/.• Tsouvalas, D. “Top 100 Social Media Colleges.”
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