Tips for success when you start a new position. I recently was interviewed by Erica Lamberg from Ladders on tips for success when you start a new position. One of things that I think is essential is to build a strong digital
Social technologies have changed the ways that business students communicate with each other, their professors, and their institutions at large. Let’s look at social media from two different perspectives: As course content and as a platform for conversation about any
Postano is this great tool for aggregating all your social media outlets for personal or business use. The example below is a combination of posts I’m pulling posts from one of the Facebook page that I manage in addition to
Here’s a little promo / course preview video I put together to promote my course on social media. It’s such a fun course to teach. I bring 5-10 real clients for students to work with (depending on the class size).
Here’s a great survey to use to access business’ social media usage. You can share this with students as an example. Social Media Usage Survey
In my previous post, I discussed some common perceptions that students have about social media prior to taking a course in it. As a social media educator, I thought I’d share a few strategies that I employ: Social media isn’t
Howard Greenstein asked me to join his panel at BlogWorld and New Media Expo on May 24. The topic of the panel discussion is teaching social media. The panelists include Howard, Alex de Carvalho, Mo Krochmal, and myself. I’m an