“Over the past year, Down East associate editor Michaela Cavallaro was granted exclusive and unprecedented access to the Bates College admissions office.” Who Gets In?
“Case Western spent about $30,000 on its Second Life construction project, but the project extends beyond the admissions office.” The Chronicle: 5/18/2007: Case Western Reserve U.
Campus map based on Google Maps with building overlay and searchable services by keyword Inside Tufts – Tufts University – Campus Compass
“The citizen journalist has indeed arrived.” collegewebeditor.com: Virginia Tech Tragedy: Lessons learned in crisis communication a day after the unthinkable
“Admissions offices across the country are creating blogs and recruiting student bloggers, reports The Boston Globe.” AACRAO Transcript – Admissions Offices Recruit Students to Blog about Campus Life
“Following Monday’s tragedy in Virginia, we check in with officials to learn about Bowdoin’s planned response to disasters of all types …” What if disaster were to strike here?
“Members of the University community can now quickly receive news and instructions during campus emergencies, thanks to a new notification system recently implemented by Princeton officials.” Princeton University – New campus notification system enhances emergency preparedness
“How do you integrate formal university videos with “Unclipped” and “Uncensored” scenes from YouTube, creating a generous amount of Web 2.0 content?” myBerkeleyApplication : Berkeley
“Some schools ban social networks for wasting classroom time or to protect students from weirdos … But Elgg, open-source social networking software developed at the University of Brighton, has been designed specifically with academic uses in mind.” Wired (4/19/07) Don’t Tell Your Parents: Schools Embrace MySpace