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Friday, August 19, 2011

Bibliography of Select Articles & Resources to Help International Educators Establish a New Media Presence


I compiled the following bibliography for my International Higher Education Consulting site and IHEC Blog so I thought I would post these select articles and resources here as well to assist international educators in navigating the social media waters.

Articles
“A List of all the Free International Education Resources I Access” from IHEC at http://bit.ly/auYmCD

“A social media boom begins in Africa” from United Nations Africa Renewal Online at http://bit.ly/fqcUly

“Are you listening?” from IHEC Blog at http://bit.ly/cjo2Yv (listing of international offices/departments with Facebook and Twitter accounts)

“Are your students on Twitter?” from Manitou Heights athttp://bit.ly/eFE74V

“Brazil’s nuts about social networking and Orkut best watch out, Facebook is on the rise.” from TNW at http://bit.ly/byGwAs

“Establishing Trust in the World of Social Media -- Relevance for U.S. Higher Education” from the Marketing EducationUSA blog athttp://bit.ly/bcwjmd

“Facebook Grows In Popularity Around The World” from NPR at http://n.pr/ezqhJM (audio clip of segment also available)

NAFSA Collegial Conversation from February 9th entitled “Optimizing Your Use of Social Media, A Live Collegial Conversation with Jeramy Johnson from Academic Programs International - API.  You can access the archived transcript at http://bit.ly/fXpC4H

“Facebook: Using Pages vs. Groups in international education” from Manitou Heights at http://bit.ly/pAR0L

“How can international educational exchange use social media?” from Manitou Heights at http://bit.ly/9O2XGz

“How Indian Students use Orkut to prepare for studying in the US” from the goSwoop Blog at http://bit.ly/gFEi2z

“Marketing U.S. Higher Education Abroad in the Social Media Milleu” from the Marketing EducationUSA blog at http://bit.ly/8FtACH

“Read API Materials Anywhere! QR Codes and Catalogs” from Academic Programs International Blog at http://bit.ly/eD5OOw

“Results of the IHEC Blog Poll ~ What is the Top New Media Tool You Use to Keep up to Date on the Field of International Education?” on IHEC at http://bit.ly/97sTs3

“Some good practices for Twitter in international education” from Manitou Heights at http://bit.ly/gvKu5M

“Social Media Strategy for International NGOS & Universities” free archived recording of the recent Webinar at http://bit.ly/dWDZud

"Social networks and study abroad--The case of Chinese visiting students in the US" in China Economic Review at http://bit.ly/gcgkq4

“The Facebooks of China” from Fast Company at http://bit.ly/heHI9u

“The most important way that International Education can use Facebook” from Manitou Heights at http://bit.ly/56MiL0

“The Use of Social Media in Higher Education for Marketing and Communications: A Guide for Professionals in Higher Education” from the.eduGuru blog at http://bit.ly/aSvYAY

“Why Can’t Facebook Get More Than 2 Percent of Japan’s Web Users?” at All Facebook at http://bit.ly/hTk81I

“You Don’t Have to Use it Yet; Just Be Open to Social Media” from the goSwoop Blog at http://bit.ly/R3puO

“50 Steps to Establishing a Consistent Social Media Practice” from ChrisBrogan.com at http://bit.ly/4pY4KV

A Few Helpful Resources
Directory of Universities and Colleges on Social Media at http://www.4icu.org/


ed Social Media at http://www.edsocialmedia.com/

IHEC Blog’s YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/IHECBlog (472 subscriptions [links] to international education related channels)


Manitou Heights at http://manitouheights.com/


Mashable at http://mashable.com/


Marketing EducationUSA blog at http://marketingeducationusa.blogspot.com/


Social Media Examiner at http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/


Technology in International Education blog at http://www.intledtech.com/