Thinking about Blogging? Check Out This Must-Watch Higher Ed Live Episode
by Carol Clements on October 28, 2015
Are staff or faculty at your college thinking about blogging? Or do you have “rogue blogs” that run outside of your school’s content management system, diverting traffic from your website and presenting challenges for IT support?
If the answer is “yes,” you should check out the latest Higher Ed Live Special Edition episode. Find out how blogs are being used in higher ed to serve both internal and external communications efforts, and how IT departments are organizing to support them.
The Blogs in Higher Ed episode features Amy Cole, Digital Media Program Director with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service, and Carlene Kelly, the Web Services Lead at Texas Tech University, speaking with host Ashley Budd from Cornell University.
Watch the episode to learn how Amy dealt with rogue bloggers and helped them change their blogging mentality, and how Texas Tech rebranded their news site and moved from WordPress to OmniUpdate’s OU Blogs™ solution.
Check out the broadcast on Higher Ed Live. If you’d like more info about OU Blogs, contact our Sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org. And don’t forget to explore the archives for past episodes with other fabulous OmniUpdate customers!