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Social Media and Student Affairs

Keynote presentation for RWU's Student Affairs Division. June 7, 2011

LTE Consulting, Inc.

on 12 November 2015

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Transcript of Social Media and Student Affairs

Learning Outcomes:
- The benefits and challenges of
connecting with students over social media.
- How to develop a Social Media Plan
for your department
- Learn what is coming next on the
educational technology horizon.
Building Connections
Facilitating Conversations
Creating Opportunities
Lack of Education
Varied Levels of Support
Student Affairs
Social Media Plan
1. Strategy / Support
2. Management
3. Build Tech Literacy
4. Define "Success"
Ed Cabellon
What's Next?
- Digital Identity/Personal Brand
- Mobile Web / App / Devices (tablets)
- QR Codes
- Location and Game Layering
- Digital Divide Awareness / Education
http://blog.reyjunco.com (@ReyJunco)
Social Media in
Student Affairs
Ed Cabellon
Director, Rondileau Campus Center
Bridgewater State University
@EdCabellon, #RWUSA
RWU Student Affairs
Division In-Service
June 7, 2011
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