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The infographic below takes a look at how colleges have fared with social media over the last few years — what platforms are best, where they’ve succeeded, and the challenges that lie ahead.
Strategy appears to be the name of the game...University of North Caroline at Chapel Hill profiles several successful grassroots and nonprofit campaigns, explain tactics that increase the impact of a message, and explore emerging trends in charitable giving and volunteering.
Social networks are addictive and people are mostly using it. Even more important, they are using it in the wrong way, risking their jobs. Here are some tips by Tribe HR explaining bad ways of using them and why they are bad. Remember, using social media isn’t harmless so try to avoid risks.
Social Media for Teachers, isn't terribly detailed but it could be useful for teachers who are new to social media. The infographic highlights some educators to connect with on Twitter and Pinterest. It also gives a short run-down of Twitter chats that educators should check out.