Wondering how you compile social media reporting?

There are some tools out there, evidently.  Mike Petroff, writing in .eduGuru, talks about the importance of curating social media and how some institutions are doing it.

Social Media Curation for Higher Ed Events
If you’ve worked in higher ed for a few years, you have probably assisted with an on-campus event during orientation or move-in week. The excitement exuded by the new students is undeniable when they finally arrive. Many schools are now using social media to connect new students before these events, open up conversation between current students and alumni, and share coverage of orientation activities. If your audiences are social media savvy, they’ll surely follow your Twitter hashtags, find content on Facebook or check your YouTube playlists for updates. But, how do you curate that great social content and conversation from your events into a readable format for the masses?


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