During April's lockdown, Harvard changed its on-campus event for admitted students to a #virtualvisitas experience through social media. The social media event generated over 500 tweets, and the college's 82% yield was the highest since 1973.
Stanford does more than connect with social media. Its researchers are using social media data to study tourism rates of the world's natural areas at the Natural Capital Project. Now that's innovation!
Super charged social media efforts to break into top 5! One Day at Duke is comprised of more than a thousand photos, videos and messages that were submitted online by Duke community members worldwide on a single day.
UO's social properties dominated the 2013 Fiesta Bowl. In the hours before kickoff, photos posted to Facebook from the field and tailgate party received 175,000 impressions - almost as many as when the Dalai Lama visited campus.
Columbia is spreading the word on the world-changing work of their students, faculty ,and alumni. They are hosting live online events about Columbia's life-changing endeavors. Groundbreaking on so many levels!
The Big Blue hosted their 2nd annual Social Media Week to help students expand their social media skills. Live sessions were streamed on Google+ Hangouts throughout the week. We are still big fans of #SeeBlue
#UF17: social media initiative for newly admitted Gators, starting with a hashtag on their decision letters, orientation, convocation and beyond. Then check out the clever blog Stuff too big for Twitter.
Emerson is creating a new minor in Digital Media and Culture that will examine the role of social media and digital technologies in transforming society and citizenship. Cutting-edge classes that address a changing world!
The hashtag #VU2017 was first promoted via acceptance letters & newly accepted students used it to share their good news. It continues to be used during Move In Weekend and will be used up to Commencement.