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This talk was delivered in October 2016 at the Social Media in Higher Education Summit (Boston).
In the not too distant past, institutes of higher education relied on tried and true channels for interacting with prospective and current students, alumni and donors. But recently, due to social technologies, the tables are turned and the very groups that higher education seeks to engage with, are coming in droves digitally with questions, requests and expectations. While the audience needs remain the same, the methods for engaging have changed dramatically. As Higher Education enters this new world of 24X7 interaction, they often struggle to identify the best practices that can shepherd success. This session will share the methods for building a cohesive social strategy and measuring the impact while enabling the unique needs of various departments, programs and campaigns