September 16, 2012 3:13 pm


In this latest iteration of Social Media Roundtable, we hangout with a slew of EDU stars to discuss the role of social media in their world. From new projects to tips and tricks, we breakdown what they’re working on, what’s working, what isn’t, and what they see as the next big thing.

As always, this Roundtable episode features a multitude of guests from across the industry, and at times get just the littlest bit out of control. But what can one expect when gathering such talent for an impromptu chat?

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  • Eric Olsen

    So many great takeaways! Really glad you opened this one up with the round table approach, Seth!

    “I didn’t realize how much I missed taking pictures until I got a phone with a better camera.”

    Loved this confessional from Ma’ayan, and perhaps a prophetic insight for our ability to crowd-source potentially GREAT quality media from our students/faculty/staff in the very near (now) future?

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