From Tweeting to Meeting: Creating a Coherent, Cost-Effective and Sustainable Web 2.0 Strategy to Engage Students
Presented by: Katharine Taflan, Elizabeth King, Patrick Richards, and Kyle Younger, Columbia University
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As young adults make increasing use of Web 2.0 technologies in their daily lives, educators and career development professionals must keep pace with that change. Columbia University's Center for Career Education has recognized the potential to proactively use Web 2.0 technologies to not only aid in how career centers communicate with students; but to help make students more employable based on their knowledge and use of these technologies. Join us for an informative and interactive session that will use the Center for Career Education at Columbia University as a case study to demonstrate the potential to innovatively use Web 2.0 technologies in career development initiatives. We will discuss our experiences with Facebook, Twitter, Alumwire, Drupal, and other emerging technologies. We will also forecast future trends. Participants should have a foundational understanding of these web-based tools.
This presentation was part of the Intern Bridge January 2010 Career Services Online Conference.
The cost of this archived program is $55.
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