Posts Category: Blog

How to use Reddit in higher ed

Reddit bills itself as the front page of the Internet, but are higher ed institutions using the popular site to its full potential? In one PSEWEB 2018’s most popular presentations Mathew Hoy, a senior web designer at Western University, talked about the university’s experience with Reddit. He... More

Why you might not need a DSLR | Higher education photographer explains

Written by Alexa Battler News & Media Assistant, University of Toronto Scarborough  I’ve noticed many people in communications believe they need a DSLR camera to produce high-quality pictures, while neglecting the powerful ones sitting right in their pockets. Don’t get me wrong, I love my DSLR (or... More

5 Tips for Communications Newbies

Written by Raquel A. Russell Communications Assistant, University of Toronto Scarborough Library It’s the end of the semester, so you may hear the collective sigh of relief taken by higher-ed communicators across the land. You also may hear my slightly louder sigh of relief. I am now three months from my... More

Making the most of your video content

Written by Jonathan Migneault Social media coordinator, Laurentian University If you want to engage your audience in 2018, video content is a must. As the old saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Our brains are great at remembering images, and that’s doubly true with moving... More

Higher Education’s Social Media Landscape Context

Written by Paul Bradley  eQAfy, Data for better higher education websites and digital governance  NOTE FROM THE #PSEWEB EDITORIAL TEAM: eQAfy’s Paul Bradley is back on the #PSEWEB blog with a two-part overview analysis of the higher education social media landscape.  eQAfy, a web estate monitoring... More

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