Wow! The CASE Social Media Conference was terrific. Kudos to the conference chair Susan T. Evans for pulling together some of the best minds in higher education to serve as conference faculty and presenters.
Here’s what some of the attendees had to say:
— Kathryn Rhoades (@KatRhoYo) April 24, 2012
— cindy miller (@Tosa88) April 23, 2012
Back in Boston. Great time at #casesmc. Nice finally meeting some people FTF. Thanks for the ideas and knowledge sharing!
— Kaitlin Provencher (@KProvencher) April 22, 2012
Obvious I’ve been at #casesmc wk…mom asked Why I ask people’s opinion instead of just making a decision and I say “crowdsourcing mom!”
— Dana Howard (@DanaMSUAlum) April 21, 2012
If you were unable to attend the conference, I’d highly encourage you to check out the session slides, live blog posts, and conference hashtag. I’ve taken the liberty of pulling together some of these resources for you here.
Slides from the presenters:
- What do I say: Content Ideas for Social Media Channels
- Connect Your Own Dots: Social Media Integration as a Best Practice for Marketing and Communications
Blog posts recapping the presentations:
- On day one of #casesmc we crowdsourced the opening session from Susan T. Evans
- Why College Presidents Aren’t More Social presented by Michael Stoner of mStoner
- Location: Where You Place in Search Engine Results Matters presented by Nicole O’Connell from Loyola University Chicago
- Social Media Analytics co-presented by Andrew Gossen from Cornell and Patrick Powers from Webster University
- Geo-Social Nonsense: The Future of Location-Based Services and Their Role in Mobile Development presented by Jeffrey Kirchick from SCVNGR
- Connect Your Own Dots: Social Media Integration as a Best Practice for Marketing & Communications co-presented by Susan T. Evans from mStoner and Nyleva Corley from The University of Texas at Austin
- Succeeding with Social Media 2012: third annual CASE/mStoner/Slover-Linett report presented by Michael Stoner from mStoner.
- Strategy and Social Media in Alumni Affairs & Fundraising presented by Andrew Gossen of Cornell University