Here’s a great chance to learn how UW-Madison uses social media to communicate about our amazing university with a wide range of audiences from Jennifer (Koppelman) Matteson, Social Media Manager, University Communication.
Is social media valuable for an institution of higher education? The answer is a definite yes! While it can be easy to get distracted by ever-changing trends and algorithms, at its core, social media is an enduring and valuable communication tool for a university. Social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn, provide UW–Madison with unique platforms for sharing the expertise, research and successes of our faculty, students and alumni. They also present opportunities to amplify their voices, create strong engagement among our campus community and reach new audiences. Join us to learn how UW–Madison University Communications effectively conceptualizes, strategizes and manages its social media channels as digital extensions of campus to keep our community informed and engaged. No social media knowledge necessary! #OnWisconsin
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