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Advising through Social Media: Creative & Effective Ways to Communicate with Students

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Ashley Hollins

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Transcript of Advising through Social Media: Creative & Effective Ways to Communicate with Students

What Will We Discuss?
"The Social Accounts"
Pinterest & Facebook
PLATFORMS
Social
SOCIAL
SEO
CMS
Remind 101 (Phone App)
Blogs (Blogger, Weebly)
Advising through Social Media:
Creative & Effective Ways to Communicate with Students

Twitter & Instagram!
Great for communicating with parents
Create and publicize upcoming events
Link your Facebook with your school's Facebook account
Organize your thoughts, events, resources, scholarships, etc. for students to follow.
Find new ideas and creative activities you can do with your students.
Additional Accounts
Questions, Comments, Concerns?
Before You Start:
By: Bri Hart, Georgia College Advising Corps
Ashley Hollins, Georgia College Advising Corps
Never use your personal social media account to communicate with students. Create a professional account!
Give your site supervisor the login information for any account you create to use with students.
If you can, use separate devices to run your professional and personal accounts.
"The Social Accounts"
Twitter
Instagram
"The Organizational Accounts"
Pinterest
FaceBook
"Additional Accounts"
Blogs
Remind 101
Twitter
Great for communicating with students through DM.
Ask and Answer Simple Questions & Deliver Short Information. (140 Characters or less)
Follow and receive updates on important/influential people/organizations.
Instagram
Great for visual communication with students.
Can post and tag students in relevant photos, which can include events, scholarships, accomplishments.
Follow and receive updates on important/influential people/organizations.
"The Organizational Accounts"
These Accounts are used to communicate with students whether it is verbally or visually.
Should be short, sweet, and simple!

Remind 101
Mass texting app, that allows you to create "classes" to send mass texts out to those students or parents who subscribe to your texts.
Blogs (Blogger)
Your own personal site; which you can use to Post Resources/Guidance Dept. Updates/Information for students -- (ie. Tips, Scholarships, College Visits, Etc.)
Good for organizing information and sending it out to students, so they can actively follow what is going on.
Information is always available, so students and parents don't have to constantly "follow" and update feeds to see what's going on.
These Accounts are used to offer other accounts that are helpful that use technology, but aren't specifically in the social media realm of websites.
Make it an app on the Phone!
"Remember: Follow & Interact with Relevant People/Accounts"
Adviser Professional Development
Bri Hart
is a 2nd year Georgia College Advising Corps Adviser at Westside High School in Augusta, GA. Bri earned her Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Georgia in the Spring of 2013. She majored in Health and Physical Education.
Introductions
Ashley Hollins
is a 2nd year Georgia College Advising Corps Adviser at Tri-Cities High School in East Point, GA. Located right outside of Atlanta, GA . Ashley earned her Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences from the University of Georgia in the Spring of 2013. She majored in Fashion Merchandising.
Marketing Your Social Media Platforms!
Student Representatives/Promoters
Advertise on all of your Flyers/Hand-outs
Create a Unique & Fun #Hashtag (ex: #patriots2college)
Twubs.com is a great website to use to live stream hashtags during events (College Fairs, Decision Day, etc...)
Follow your students first and tag them in certain posts.

Before creating a Social Media account, get approval from your principal and/or site supervisor, especially if your school's name is included in your account information.
Email:
AshleyEHollins@Gmail.com
HartBn@Gmail.com
Twitter:
@TCHSGo2College
@Adviser_Hart
Instagram:
@TCHSCollegeAdvising
@Patriots2College
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