June 4, 2019
2:00PM – 3:00PM EDT
Social listening a very inexpensive and quick way to conduct market research. It is a great tool for conducting qualitative research to better understand the students that college access programs are trying to serve in order to better design interventions and support programs that will need students’ needs.
This webinar recording may be useful for college access programs who currently use or plan to use social media to push information out to their target audiences as part of informational or aspirational marketing campaigns—those that use social media to provide information about how to go to college, let students know how to get assistance with the process, nudge students to take action, send reminders about deadlines, etc.
Campus Sonar is a specialized social listening agency that helps education institutions identify and track online conversations that matter—from engagement opportunities with key audience members to informing social media strategies for college access programs and postsecondary institutions. Join Amber Sandall, Research Manager at Campus Sonar, to learn more about what social listening is, review key industry research, and learn some tips on how to get started putting social listening to work for you.
Amber Sandall is Campus Sonar’s Research Manager. She brings expertise in marketing, communications, and data analysis and reporting to her role of managing Campus Sonar’s social listening research program and team of Social Media Data Analysts. Amber and her team perform social listening research customized to each institution and collaborate with the Client Success team to unearth actionable insights that inform our campus partner’s institutional goals. When she’s not thinking about research projects or learning about business administration in her MBA program, Amber enjoys a good taco and a new book.
SREB hosted a series of five 20-minute mini-webinars on how integrated planning for federal education laws can support education technology. Links to view the recorded sessions are available under each topic.
Look a decade ahead, at a workplace transformed by technology that could leave millions of people unemployed and millions of middle-skills jobs with no one to fill them. Explore what states can do to prepare today’s students and tomorrow’s adults for a changed workforce.
Meagan Crowe, Policy Analyst, SREB
Joan Lord, Vice President, SREB
Date and Time
Thursday, May 23
1 to 1:30 pm EST
Explore how measures other than licensure exams — observations, surveys, interviews or portfolios, for example — can round out how states assess the readiness of teacher candidates. Also: how North Carolina is forging ahead to transform its licensure requirements.
Aligning ESSA, Perkins V and WIOA Across the Lifespan
Toward a unified vision for education in each state
Learn about the potential when states connect their plans for these three federal acts, then see how states can identify points of connection.