Social media. Is it the bane of our students’ attention span? Have you ever wanted to use it for good rather than for evil? Maybe you’ve considered trying Twitter. Maybe you are constantly finding great resources that you’d like to post on the fly from your mobile device, but your students will never see because […]
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Now we don’t normally condone “cheating,” but when it comes to writing effective copy for various online marketing channels, like Facebook, email, or a website, we wholeheartedly approve of you using our copywriting cheat sheet infographic.
Special thanks to Troy Gifford, one of Valencia’s Music Professors, who shared this “interesting graphic on how the social web interacts with the music industry.” To see the full image, click here or on the image below.
Yesterday @InnovationsConf #INNA14 I took part in a energizing and informative IM:\>2 session (read: impromptu session). Now, I am not sure if there is an official name for these impromptu sessions or not (Please tell me if you have seen one), and this was not the first time I have been part of one of […]