In search of great sessions for the 3rd Annual Higher Ed Social Media Conference (Dec 2, 2015) Last year, the 2nd edition of Higher Ed Social Media Conference was a big hit. Hundreds of participants from more than 90 different institutions based in the US, Canada and the UK gathered around big and small screens […]
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Do as Instagram says not as Instagram does, really? I recognize it: I have developed an healthy interest for the terms of service (TOS) of social media platforms since I invested 19 hours of my life reading from top to bottom several of them when I was working on a conference presentation last year. Call […]
Looking for great presentations for the 2014 Higher Ed Social Media Conference (Dec 3, 2014) Welcoming hundreds of participants from more than 80 different institutions based in the US, Canada and the UK last December, the 1st edition of the Higher Ed Social Media Conference was a big success last year. [View the story “Who […]
Social Media TOS Tuesday: Could Your Holiday Video Jeopardize Your #highered School’s YouTube Channel?
‘Tis the season of cookies, egg nog and holiday video cards in higher education! First, don’t forget to email me your Holiday Video Card! I always collect a selection of the best higher ed holiday card videos in a post on this blog. It’s been a holiday tradition for the past 3 years. And, this […]
Social Media TOS & Copyright for #highered Crash Course [#heweb13 SLIDES]: Redacted, but NOT Classified
Classified Social Media, Really? No, not really :-) I know it’s Thursday – and not Tuesday, but I’ve just found a way to upload the presentation about social media terms of service I gave at the #heweb13 conference 3 days ago without causing any trouble (hopefully). Taking a hint from classified documents, I used my […]
Social Media TOS Tuesday at #heweb13: To break or not to break the TOS with your #highered accounts?
Tuesday is social media TOS day! I gave my last scheduled presentation about the topic yesterday at the High Ed Web conference in Buffalo, NY (Donna Talarico blogged my session for LINK!), but I will keep sharing insights on social media TOS for a few more weeks. Should I even care about social media terms […]
Ah, contests on social media platforms… Nothing like a contest to generate some tweets, right? They are a great tool to increase engagement (the promise of a prize is a powerful motivator) without breaking the bank (only a few prizes will help engage many hopeful participants). Since the beginning of times (well, almost), contests, sweepstakes […]
It’s Tuesday, so you know the drill: it’s time for Social Media TOS Tuesday! After dealing with Instagram last week and the previous one (even prompting some discussions in the community), I’d like to tackle an easier topic: Facebook Page Cover Images. Your first time coming across a Social Media TOS Tuesday? Read this first! […]
UPDATE: the program of the conference is now available, so make sure you register if you want to attend! Calling all the higher ed social media pros to the rescue! Are you in charge of social media at your school? Do you spend more time on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and/or LinkedIn than you do in […]
Social Media TOS Tuesday: How to share Instagram photos on Facebook without risking DMCA complaints #hesm #highered
My first Social Media TOS Tuesday post on re-Instagraming Instagramed photos from others generated a lot of interest and some questions last week. In my Social Media TOS Tuesday posts (that I’ll update if any change happens), I’m addresssing some of the points I see most often infringed in higher education as well as any […]
UPDATE April 2015: Instagram has finally clarified its community guidelines so you can now regram photos if you have the permission to do so from the copyright owner. UPDATE Nov 7, 2014: Isn’t it time to update @Instragram Community Guidelines about “regramming” photos? Social Media TOS Tuesdays? The headline might be a bit lame, but, […]
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