Posts Tagged ‘HESM17’

Get ready for 2019 with the #HigherEd Social Media Online Conference #hesm

November 5th, 2018 Karine Joly No Comments

Has everybody on your team gone to a conference this year? Whether it’s for budget reasons, lack of time or even family matters, it’s not always possible to get everybody to fly across the country to attend one of the great higher ed conferences out there. That’s why I launched – back in 2013 – […]

Present at the 6th #HigherEd Social Media Conference: Submit a proposal by Sep 19, 2018 #hesm

September 11th, 2018 Karine Joly No Comments

The 6th Annual Higher Ed Social Media Conference (Nov 28, 2018): the only online conference that makes attendees smile! The Higher Ed Social Media Conference has been a big hit with the community since its launch in 2013. Every year, several hundred participants working for colleges and universities in the US, Canada and the UK […]

12 tips to survive your #highered social media job #hesm

October 31st, 2017 Karine Joly No Comments

There are many demands on your time and focus when you are in charge of social media for your school. Social media is 24/7. Social never stops. It’s demanding. It’s difficult. That’s why it’s so important to develop practical strategies to manage this part of any social media job unless you want to turn into […]

Snapchat for #HigherEd: Yea or Nay? #hesm

October 17th, 2017 Karine Joly No Comments

Whether you love it or hate it, it’s impossible to ignore Snapchat when you’re in charge of social media for a university or a college. Snapchat is the top social media platform in terms of daily usage among prospective and current students. They use it every day, several times a day. It’s their lifeline to […]

12 Lessons learned by your #highered social media colleagues in 2017 #hesm

October 2nd, 2017 Karine Joly 1 Comment

Social media in higher education changes all the time. Change is part of the social media’s DNA. Change comes to campus every Fall — with the new class of freshmen. If you don’t learn in higher ed social media, you won’t last long. That’s why I asked the 12 higher ed professionals of the 5th […]