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  • Gen X vs. Gen Y: Can’t We All Just Get Along? | CASE Blog
    service first Young alumni are really big about making a difference says Tiffany Storm director of annual giving at Purdue University in this jconline com article from May 11 2013 Part of being philanthropic is more than just a gift It s about volunteering staying connected and understanding traditions It takes one to know one Take a look at your advancement staff too How many millennials work for you as annual giving or alumni relations officers Read the upcoming July August issue of CURRENTS to learn more about how Generation Y s personality traits make them a perfect fit for development work Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Google Opens in new window Like this Like Loading Related Tags CURRENTS magazine gen x gen y generations millenials Post navigation Twitter Chat Recap Year End Successes and a Look Ahead Revealing the Mythical Beast Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Notify me of new posts via email Search Blog Search RSS RSS Posts Subscribe via Email Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 2 January 2016 9 December 2015 7 November 2015 12 October 2015 10 September 2015 7 August 2015 9 July 2015 15 June 2015 12 May 2015 14 April 2015 17 March 2015 9 February 2015 8 January 2015 6 December 2014 10 November 2014 11 October 2014 10 September 2014 4 August 2014 9 July 2014 6 June 2014 4 May 2014 8 April 2014 6 March 2014 7 February 2014 7 January 2014 6 December 2013 4 November 2013 6 October 2013 6 September 2013 6 August 2013 10 July 2013 7 June 2013 7 May 2013 8 April 2013 5 March 2013 7 February 2013 10 January 2013 6 December 2012 2 November 2012 9 October 2012 5 September 2012 6 August 2012 7 July 2012 3 June 2012 5 May 2012 4 April 2012 3 March 2012 2 February 2012 4 January 2012 4 December 2011 2 November 2011 4 October 2011 6 September 2011 4 August 2011 5 July 2011 7 June 2011 8 May 2011 8 April 2011 8 March 2011 9 February 2011 3 January 2011 4 December 2010 2 November 2010 4 October 2010 4 September 2010 3 August 2010 4 Categories Advancement Services Alumni relations

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.org/2013/05/30/gen-x-vs-gen-y/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Effectively Engaging International Audiences | CASE Blog
    all questions are asked and answered in English not Swedish to reach the largest possible international audience There s also a human touch the page s administrators Megan Grindlay and Maria Lindblad respond individually to each question posted on the wall and sign each response with their names and titles These examples are just additional proof that while rest of world might be easy in terms of categorization it isn t a persuasive engagement strategy Care and attention to cultural details will go a long way toward effectively communicating with international audiences Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Google Opens in new window Like this Like Loading Related Tags CURRENTS magazine international alumni international audience international engagement Post navigation A Recent Grad s Best Friend LinkedIn Alumni Groups Videos Participants Share Takeaways from CASESMC Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Notify me of new posts via email Search Blog Search RSS RSS Posts Subscribe via Email Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 2 January 2016 9 December 2015 7 November 2015 12 October 2015 10 September 2015 7 August 2015 9 July 2015 15 June 2015 12 May 2015 14 April 2015 17 March 2015 9 February 2015 8 January 2015 6 December 2014 10 November 2014 11 October 2014 10 September 2014 4 August 2014 9 July 2014 6 June 2014 4 May 2014 8 April 2014 6 March 2014 7 February 2014 7 January 2014 6 December 2013 4 November 2013 6 October 2013 6 September 2013 6 August 2013 10 July 2013 7 June 2013 7 May 2013 8 April 2013 5 March 2013 7 February 2013 10 January 2013 6 December 2012 2 November 2012 9 October 2012 5 September 2012 6 August 2012 7 July 2012 3 June 2012 5 May 2012 4 April 2012 3 March 2012 2 February 2012 4 January 2012 4 December 2011 2 November 2011 4 October 2011 6 September 2011 4 August 2011 5 July 2011 7 June 2011 8 May 2011 8 April 2011 8 March 2011 9 February 2011 3 January 2011 4 December 2010 2 November 2010 4 October 2010 4 September 2010 3 August 2010 4 Categories Advancement Services Alumni relations Campus and external relations Career Professional Development CASE Content

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.org/2013/05/24/effectively-engaging-international-audiences/ (2016-02-12)
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  • The Jury’s Out on QR Codes | CASE Blog
    to Use Facebook Insights for Better Engagement 3 responses to The Jury s Out on QR Codes Andy Shaindlin October 22 2011 at 12 20 am Reply I ve come down on the anti side of the debate and don t think they will be around much longer As a utility they need to be dead simple and there s a little too much overhead associated with downloading the necessary software finding a code that MIGHT be useful getting your phone launching the app scanning the code capturing the image correctly and then waiting for the mobile browser to launch usually to discover as you say above that the site isn t even optimized for mobile or that the content is not unique or useful I also think the codes are visually ugly despite cursory attempts to create designer codes Andrew Gossen guest blogged about this topic on the pro QR side on my site recently but I don t share most of his views about their usefulness http www alumnifutures com 2011 08 design qr gossen html Deborah Blanchard October 21 2011 at 5 27 pm Reply We have seriously considered using QR Codes but decided that not only did Lynchburg College need before implementing their use as has been said a strong communications plan but we also needed more analytics on the use of smart phones We are in the process of testing our new mobile site and are almost ready to formally launch it We have looked hard at the analytics on smart phone use on our traditional website Before we begin to use QR Codes we want to make sure we know why we are using them and what we expect to accomplish We want to be innovative but we also want to be smart Chris Syme cksyme October 21 2011 at 10 29 am Reply I think your title is right on Every innovation starts out as trendy To say there s no proof they work just means that the innovation curve hasn t hit a critical mass yet Thus the jury is out Every social media tool has started out that way The best advice on QR codes is to keep an eye out for innovative ways to use them The success will always come via people not from the tools And the comment that they are hard for users is a misnomer there is a learning curve in all new technology Look at the data smart phone use especially to access the web is skyrocketing To ignore the technologies that tag along on that journey is a mistake While the jury is out the innovators will play and when the tool reaches a critical mass those that were watching will engage or be left behind It s just another tool not a magic pill Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.org/2011/10/20/the-jurys-out-on-qr-codes/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Beth Kanter Shares Social Media Tips with CURRENTS | CASE Blog
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    Original URL path: http://blog.case.org/2011/03/14/beth-kanter-shares-social-media-tips-with-currents/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Lock the Door or Open It? Why My Digital Identity is Public | CASE Blog
    opportunity for me to educate them on how to use social media responsibly in a world where this type of education is so scarce yet so necessary Who knows Seeing how much I love my work might inspire one of them to pursue a similar career path At the very least they are getting ideas on how they can use social media beyond what the typical college student uses it for In the conversations I had with colleagues at the conference I learned that many institutions have social media rules and guidelines for those who work in student affairs guidelines which are also welcomed by staff members because they deal enough with students as it is In the end it all comes down to what you re comfortable with But the next time a student requests to follow you on Twitter or friend you on Facebook consider how you use those spaces and how much they could learn from you about the work you do by letting them in You just might inspire the next generation of higher education professionals How do you handle your professional and personal digital identities What are your thoughts on interacting with students on social media platforms Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Google Opens in new window Like this Like Loading Related Tags digital identity digital identity development students Post navigation How to Showcase Superstar Faculty Twitter Chat Recap Creating Internal Social Media Guidelines 3 responses to Lock the Door or Open It Why My Digital Identity is Public Pingback ROI Digital Identity Student Engagement and More 2013 CASE Content to Guide Your 2014 CASE Blog Pingback Lock the Door or Open It Why My Digital Identity is Public Pingback This Week Digital Identity in the News Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Notify me of new posts via email Search Blog Search RSS RSS Posts Subscribe via Email Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 2 January 2016 9 December 2015 7 November 2015 12 October 2015 10 September 2015 7 August 2015 9 July 2015 15 June 2015 12 May 2015 14 April 2015 17 March 2015 9 February 2015 8 January 2015 6 December 2014 10 November 2014 11 October 2014 10 September 2014 4 August 2014

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.org/2013/11/11/lock-the-door-or-open-it-why-my-digital-identity-is-public/ (2016-02-12)
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  • 2013: The Year of Digital Identity Development in Higher Education | CASE Blog
    become dedicated alumni who give back to their alma maters What better way to do that than to ensure they have the skills they need to create and navigate an increasingly complicated and connected world Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Google Opens in new window Like this Like Loading Related Tags college curricula digital identity development digital literacy Frostburg State University higher education personal branding student affairs Post navigation Social Media at a Crossroads Crowdsourcing as Stewardship Sharing Your Institution s Story 8 responses to 2013 The Year of Digital Identity Development in Higher Education Pingback An Action Plan My Digital Footprint Educational technology Pingback 2013 The Year of Digital Identity Development Pingback ROI Digital Identity Student Engagement and More 2013 CASE Content to Guide Your 2014 CASE Blog Tanveer December 17 2013 at 10 56 am Reply Very nice and informative post Never ever thought of digital identity development program It is indeed true the way we engage share and promote ourselves has become a major thing Its a nice concept and it will help students to handle their virtual world in a better way Becca Ramspott March 6 2013 at 9 54 pm Reply Hi Hans that s a good point Many of these issues such as cyberbullying have been surfacing for some time now I think the idea of higher ed taking a more proactive approach to how they help students develop their digital identities is still in the pioneer stages however at least at most schools Do you know of institutions who have been implementing course content for digital identity development for a while now Would love to learn from you about those schools and how they re doing with their efforts Thanks for reading and sharing your thoughts Hans Anderton March 6 2013 at 7 23 am Reply Is the idea of digital identity development that radical I would suggest it has been around quite a while Becca Ramspott January 23 2013 at 9 32 pm Reply I really appreciate you guys reading this and sharing your feedback Social media specialist I agree this CASE blog has some good stuff from various contributors I learn a lot on here from my colleagues Definitely bookmark it add it to your RSS feeds etc Thanks again for your thoughts social media specialist January 22 2013 at 4 08 am Reply Great well written article and a great website I wish I would of found this website much sooner I certainly will be bookmarking it and checking back in the near future for more articles Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.org/2013/01/15/2013-the-year-of-digital-identity-development-in-higher-education/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Media Relations Professionals as Social Media Educators: An Interview with Sheleah Reed | CASE Blog
    in What do you think all college students should know about social media and Internet use in general Do you think they arrive at college with some of this awareness I think students should know that Facebook and Twitter are real life That s a running joke among our students it s not real But in fact it is Just because you may not be serious or literal about the content you share doesn t mean that others won t take them seriously They see that content as an extension of your true life Where you check in who you are friends with what you like and what you post are all summed up as part of your personality I don t think many of our students understand the reach of social networking Maybe it s in part a cultural issue many people say that African Americans are on the lower end of the digital curve Whatever the reason many students do not seem to understand that they can t take back what is already out there Interestingly enough I have tons of Facebook friends who are students when something happens I find out mostly because they have already posted it It s an advantage as an educator to have student friends on Facebook because they can see a bigger picture of me with family and opinions and they know I m trustworthy Most of the students become more careful and guarded with Facebook after our conversations but now and again they slip I have removed myself from Twitter though because I found it overwhelming What should media relations professionals interested in educating students keep in mind I think it is important that the staff in communications and marketing departments are seen as experts The students that attend our institutions as well as the faculty and staff who work for them really reflect our brand You can t manage what anyone says good or bad but you can help them to understand the big picture For example our student government association members have to understand that they are seen as the experts related to things happening on campus If there were a student death for example and they posted incorrect facts it could be seen as reliable by the media Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Google Opens in new window Like this Like Loading Related Tags digital identity digital identity development lessons learned media relations social media basics social media policy student engagement Post navigation Book Review Digital Leader by equalman A Crisis Communications Case Study Snowmageddon at Seattle U Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.org/2012/03/01/media-relations-professionals-as-social-media-educators/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Book Review: Digital Leader by @equalman | CASE Blog
    long term value of future generations knowing some of the day to day things that we found interesting in the present day For purposes of future research we are all now primary sources My second quibble is that at times he tends to remind the reader about some of the famous people he has shared the stage with or worked with His ideas are strong enough to stand on their own without him needing to seek an imprimatur from a well known CEO or world leader This book is full of great ideas without being dense It is the perfect read for an airplane trip although I recommend the hard copy so you do not have to power down below 10 000 feet Qualman is on Twitter equalman and he interacts often with readers and answers questions If anyone else has read Digital Leader I would be curious to know what your own assessment of this book is in the comments Share this Click to print Opens in new window Click to email Opens in new window Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window More Click to share on Google Opens in new window Like this Like Loading Related Tags best practices book review digital identity development digital leader Erik Qualman tools and applications Post navigation Using Social Media in a Crisis A Snapshot Media Relations Professionals as Social Media Educators An Interview with Sheleah Reed Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Notify me of new posts via email Search Blog Search RSS RSS Posts Subscribe via Email Archives Archives Select Month February 2016 2 January 2016 9 December 2015 7 November 2015 12 October 2015 10 September 2015 7 August 2015 9 July 2015 15 June 2015 12 May 2015 14 April 2015 17 March 2015 9 February 2015 8 January 2015 6 December 2014 10 November 2014 11 October 2014 10 September 2014 4 August 2014 9 July 2014 6 June 2014 4 May 2014 8 April 2014 6 March 2014 7 February 2014 7 January 2014 6 December 2013 4 November 2013 6 October 2013 6 September 2013 6 August 2013 10 July 2013 7 June 2013 7 May 2013 8 April 2013 5 March 2013 7 February 2013 10 January 2013 6 December 2012 2 November 2012 9 October 2012 5 September 2012 6 August 2012 7 July 2012 3 June 2012 5

    Original URL path: http://blog.case.org/2012/02/23/book-review-digital-leader-by-equalman/ (2016-02-12)
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