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Slide 1 - Social Media Exploring Social Media to Enhance Interactive Communication and e-Learning for Students in Higher Education Billy Rector Texas Southern University June 21, 2012
Slide 2 - Social Media and Higher Education Social Media has revolutionize how colleges should communicate and teach students. The current generation of students spends the most time online. Finding ways to meet students’ interests is key. Social Media can keep students engaged in lectures and inform them about class events. Social Media can help support the initiative to increase the graduate rate at schools. 2
Slide 3 - Social Media and Higher Education “Instructors who incorporate mobile devices are actively engaging us in the class. They are using the medium of communication that we most often use. We need to find new ways to present material; we don’t need more cut-and-dry lecture formats. Engage us in video, ask us questions, challenge us to think for ourselves while applying the class information… Lectures are just one way to present material…one would think it was the only way to teach.” 3 When asked how students felt about lectures and using social media devices in college courses, one student at Purdue University replied:
Slide 4 - Agenda Types of Social Media Schools Use How Schools Use Social Media Challenges of Social Media in Schools HBCUs Study on Social Media Developing a Social Media Strategy 4
Slide 5 - Social Media StudyTop 5 Schools in Social Media Usage 5
Slide 6 - Types of Social Media Schools Use Facebook is the most used social media tool in higher education at 98% in 2010-2011. Facebook usage was at 61% in 2008-2009. (37% increase in 2 years) 6
Slide 7 - Types of Social Media Schools Use Microblogging allows schools to send up-to-date announcements and bulletins to students. Twitter usage was 84% in 2010-2011. Twitter usage was 59% in 2009-2010. (25% increase in 1 year) 7
Slide 8 - How Schools use Social Media In the Classroom: Professors, Make class announcements and conduct discussions on Twitter Share class documents and learning materials on social networking sites between institutions Interact with students in a new way using mobile device apps like Hotseat. Allow K-12 schools to visit live lectures online through webcast applications. 8
Slide 9 - How Schools use Social Media General Outreach: Social Sites, Provide a platform to promote school activities and events. Keep parents of students informed on admission deadlines Coordinate with Alumni for School Giving Campaigns 9
Slide 10 - Challenges of Social Media Lack of Knowledge: A school’s social media must be managed by knowledgeable people who understands social media and is passionate about the school. If not, students will feel that it is not authentic and will be disinterested if it does not enhance their learning experience. 10
Slide 11 - Challenges of Social Media Lack of Features: The lack of engagement for students can make them feel like the school does not care. Even an excellent web page is useless if there are not any features to promote one-on-one connections with the students. 11
Slide 12 - Challenges of Social Media More than a presence: It’s not enough to just have a school Facebook page. It requires daily maintenance and interaction with students. Current and potential students will judge the school based on their experiences with the school’s social media accounts. 12
Slide 13 - HBCUs Social Media Study 105 HBCUs in 20 States in the U.S. and have been educating students for 150 years. Only 18% of HBCUs are online, (according to a study from Howard University’s Digital Learning Lab). Only 4 HBCUs are apart of the Top 100 Social Media Colleges. Spelman, 24th; Howard 46th; Tuskegee 75th; Morehouse 99th 13
Slide 14 - HBCU Social Media Strategy The University of Phoenix (Online University) awards more bachelor’s degrees to African- American students than any HBCU. Online students are looking for an education that fits into their personal and work lives with self-paced learning options. How can HBCUs become more competitive with Online Universities and Top Social Media Colleges? Develop an institutional social media strategy with Title III funding. 14
Slide 15 - HBCU Social Media Strategy Identify a Purpose: HBCUs need to develop social media that creates information sharing capabilities within and outside the institution. Implement a web collaboration application for Administrators, Faculty and Staff. SharePoint creates intranet sites to promote team collaboration and knowledge sharing to standardize processes and manage projects. Increase student admissions and retention rates, improve alumni relations, achieve higher giving levels. Share lectures between institutions and offer distance learning options for students. 15
Slide 16 - HBCU Social Media Strategy Build a Social Media Committee: Identify the role and responsibilities Social Media Manager Community Managers Social Strategists Editors Content Creators Content Producers 16
Slide 17 - HBCU Social Media Strategy Gather your Digital Assets: Video Pictures/Graphics Music/Audio Document/Presentations/Files Press Releases 17
Slide 18 - HBCU Social Media Strategy Post Content to Social Media Platforms and Manage Communications: Blogs Twitter FaceBook Youtube LinkedIn Mobile Applications 18
Slide 19 - HBCU Social Media Strategy Measure Everything: Be able to measure success of your social media program with statistics. How many fans, followers and group members did you acquire each week, how many people commented on your posts, where are your fans located? The answers to these questions will enable your institution to utilize Social Media Plan for future activities. Create social media policies Train the social media staff Support School initiatives Start small, Focus on your Objectives, Then Grow 19
Slide 20 - HBCU Social Media Strategy Conclusion: Understanding how schools are using social media, developing the right Social Media Strategy and with Title III funding, HBCUs can become more competitive in student retention and attract students through e-Learning. 20
Slide 21 - Reference Links Social Media in Higher Education Study University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 2010-2011 Study http://www.pamorama.net/2012/02/04/social-media-in-higher-education/ Colleges Embrace Social Media in the Classroom http://www.classesandcareers.com/education/2011/10/21/classroom-social-media/ Top 100 Social Media Colleges College Rankings http://www.studentadvisor.com/top-100-social-media-colleges HR Office of Educational Partnerships/HBCUs Number of HBCUs in the US http://www.doi.gov/hrm/black.html HBCUs Must Embrace Online Education Study by Reggie Smith III(United States Distance Learning Association), April 4, 2011 http://diverseeducation.com/article/14983c1/hbcus-must-embrace-online-education.html 21
Slide 22 - 22 QUESTIONS ???