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Social Media: Building a Student Affairs Communications Plan - August 9, 2011 Webinar CD
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ISBN/ISSN: Social.Media.8.9.11 CD
Primary Subject: Webinars
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Product Summary
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Social media is a core component of any communications strategy. It has become an effective way to reach an audience, generate meaningful conversations and create long-term relationships.

Functional areas within student affairs can all benefit from the strategic use of social media. A comprehensive student affairs communications plan that uses social media to create connections, build community, and foster opportunities for success is a necessary element for all student affairs divisions.

Join our expert presenter as he provides examples of social media best practices, social media guidelines, mobile concepts, assessment techniques, and insight into the emerging functional area of student affairs communications.

Panelists:

Eric Stoller is a nationally known thought leader, speaker, consultant and blogger in the areas of higher education, student affairs, academic advising and technology. (click here for full bio)
Topics Covered

Participants Will:   

  • Learn how to create a unique and useful communications plan for your functional area and/or for your entire student affairs division.
  • Learn social media guidelines & strategies for successful campus communication.
  • Take away tactics for assessment of your social media and mobile endeavors.
  • Glean new information that student affairs professionals who “wear many hats” can apply as well as for those who are specifically responsible for communications operations within a unit or division.


    What You Get
     What is a webinar?

    WEBINARS are handled like a large interactive conference call, but in a more controlled, radio-program-like environment. Simply dial the 800-number* from your phone, copy/paste link* in your browser and follow along on your computer! Sit back, listen and watch the presentations and join the lively Q&A session.
    *
    The 800 number and link will all be provided via PDF after check out.

    Gather your staff around your conference table's speakerphone and computer so that everyone can benefit from the advice and information shared.


    Date/Time:
    Tuesday, August 9, 2011
    2-3:30 PM ET

    Length:
    Approx. 90 minutes


    Pricing Info
    Can’t fit the live event into your schedule?
     
    No problem, we record all of our professional development events. And, you have the option of ordering just the CD recording of an event, or for a nominal fee you can add on a CD recording to your participant registration for use in future campus training and development initiatives.
     
    All of our CD recordings include the full audio presentation, PowerPoint and handouts provided by the presenter(s), and recording of the question and answer session facilitated during the event.
     
    Consider adding an event recording to your professional library for colleagues to use over and over again.


    Can't Make The Date? Order the CD and all materials for the same price as the conference.
    $259 + $7 S&H
    $59 + $7 S&H for conference participants (please call to order the CD - 1.866.295.0505).




     
    Availability: In Stock
    Price: $266.00
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