Whether for social media, print ads, posters, or digital signage, hashtags are everywhere. They’re also an effective tool for marketers. Here’s how to create the perfect hashtag for your marketing plan.
Despite a year of privacy violations and congressional hearings, it seems the social media giant’s priorities lie in jumping on the blockchain train.
Creating content (blogs, videos, infographics) about your organization’s offerings — content marketing — is important. But you’re doing it wrong.
In the smartphone era, we’re all getting smarter about creating secure classroom communities that last through social media.
Mall wayfinding has seen great advancements over the past few years. Before the digital revolution, mall wayfinding was little more than backlit boards with static directories that didn’t do much in easily orienting and engaging mall patrons. Today, wayfinding is multifunctional and interactive with dynamic directories and 3D wayfinding. These advancements aren’t just about employing […]
In traditional learning environments, the most widely relied upon format amongst schools and other educational organizations is in-person interactions between teacher and student. This conventional system is based on students finding success with curriculum delivered through direct engagement and personal instruction. The same holds true in a professional setting, where education and training are critical […]
Social media is everywhere… but the classroom? EdTech company Front Row Education, Inc. recently asked 1,000 K-8 teachers how they are using social media personally, professionally and as a communication tool with parents and students. Here are some of their key findings: Social media is not widely used to communicate with students or parents One […]
School and university administrators are starting to appreciate these services as an effective tool to improve campus security and identify at-risk individuals.
Colleges should discover and apply new ways to encourage positive student engagement with social media rather than punishing them for using it to speak their minds.
In order to sharpen students’ social media skills and prepare students for “real world” social media, the Missouri School of Journalism is instituting a class on social media.