Pros and Cons of Social Media in Education – The space between @ & www.

Brian Solis point of view:

I have a standing policy…if your education facility uses Engage or The End of Business as Usual as a class textbook, I will stop by via skype or sometimes live to talk to your students and answer their questions.

I do this because educators are important to the future of our economy and they struggle with student engagement. In fact, educators are among the most active groups, along with executives and creative professionals, that reach out to me asking for direction, best practices, and anything that will help them better connect with an audience of audiences.

The infographic below takes a look at how schools are using social media, what’s working and what’s not, and where opportunities lie for effective engagement (and marketing) in the future.


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