In 31Minutes: Best Ideas for Higher Ed Communicators, co-hosts Karyn Adams (H·A ThirtyOne Principal and Creative Director) and Karen Black (Content Strategist) talk to guests of all ilks and explore one “best idea” each month to inspire higher ed marketers, communicators, and leaders from across departments.
Best Ideas Home Edition, Part 1
We’re sharing some of the best examples we’ve seen across campuses during COVID-19 interruptions—examples of good leadership, great communication, and effective connection building during a time of uncertainty.
Guests include Jeffrey Schiffman, Tulane University’s Director of Undergraduate Admission, and Dr. Herman Felton, Jr., President of Wiley College.
COVID-19 and College Admissions, Part Two
Hosts Karyn Adams and Karen Black talk about challenges and some advice amid the COVID-19 crisis as developments continue to unfold within higher ed.
COVID-19 and College Admissions
Dayna Bradstreet, Sr. Associate Director of Undergraduate Admission at Simmons University in Boston, joins us to recap the March 13th #EMchat discussion on Twitter about COVID-19, Crisis Communications, and College Admissions.
Whose Pod Is It Anyway? Kicking Off Season 2
Guest host Tim Douglas (Assistant Director, Academic Advising, Emerson College) turns the table on our regular hosts Karyn Adams and Karen Black. The K’s talk about learning to podcast, what they’re looking forward to this season, their thoughts on what higher ed may be obsessing over and what’s sneaking up on us, and more.
How Chatbots Will Change Your (Work) Life
Eric Stoller from GeckoEngage joins us to chat about... chatbots! In his role as Gecko's VP of Digital Strategy, what does Eric mean by digital transformation? What changes must take place on campuses in order to effectively use conversational technologies? Eric will share what listeners need to know about what's new in this evolving space and how it can improve both efficiency and outcomes. (Order a free copy of The Ultimate Guide to Chatbots for Higher Education by visiting geckoengage.com.)
Getting More from Your Campus Photography
Typical campus imagery can make one school look like, well, any other. But what makes the photography of some institutions convey compelling stories? When should you plan a professional photo shoot and when should you use internal resources and crowd-sourced snapshots? Drone footage? Video versus still? This month we're joined by Jason Jones and Bruce Cole as we explore what you need to know to successfully work with vendors and art direct photo and video shoots to effectively tell the story of your school.