Originally posted on Society & Social Media:
What do “social” web technologies look like in practice within higher education? This is a question that I often see posed within both online conversations and at conference educational sessions, but rare is the tangible answer that follows. Earlier this month, I was down at my alma mater, William & Mary, for the annual Charter Day Weekend festivities. Each year, the College brings alums and current students together to celebrate the institution’s founding and honor distinguished alumni, and I was lucky enough to be down…
I first met Chris when he was interviewing for a job at one of my former institutions. Although the job didn’t mutually work out, it was clear to me from the day we met that Chris was going places. He tweets about donuts, hockey, and running, and occasionally you’ll find him on an #SAchat dropping some wisdom. 🙂 Chris is a great guy! Follow @ChrisJScanlon This is a post from my ongoing effort to highlight interesting and engaging higher education professionals on Twitter. Have an example to share? Tweet me.
Niki always puts out great content and is quick to provide an insightful thought or tweet. She has a very successful blog, Dances With Dissonance, which covers a number of topics both within higher education and outside of it, including social justice, feminism, life transitions, and professional issues. Consider giving her a follow! Follow @NikiMessmore This is a post from my ongoing effort to highlight interesting and engaging higher education professionals on Twitter. Have an example to share? Tweet me.