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1605, 2019

Video in the Classroom — A Gateway to Media Literacy

By |May 16th, 2019|Categories: Creativity, Vidigami Best Practices|0 Comments

Video in the Classroom — A Gateway to Media Literacy By Team Vidigami | May 16th, 2019. According to a 2018 survey on Teens, Social media and Technology by the Pew Research [...]

304, 2019

School Stories | St. Paul Christian Academy

By |April 3rd, 2019|Categories: School Stories|0 Comments

School Stories | St. Paul Christian Academy April 3, 2019 Calina, our Client Success Education Specialist, catches up with Claire Whorton, Communications Specialist at St. Paul Christian Academy in Nashville, Tennessee. While St. Paul [...]

2703, 2019

The Deal with ‘De-anonymizing’

By |March 27th, 2019|Categories: Privacy and Security, What We Think|0 Comments

The Deal with 'De-anonymizing' By Drew Millikin | March 27, 2019 There was a fascinating segment on NPR’s Weekend Edition recently about ‘de-anonymization’, or, exposing individual’s identities out in public using Google. Professor Kate [...]

2703, 2019

2 Questions to Ask Before Adopting Yet Another Social Platform

By |March 27th, 2019|Categories: What We Think|0 Comments

2 Questions to Ask Before Adopting Yet Another Social Platform By Drew Millikin | March 27, 2019 I started my journey in education back in 2004, when I was working for the admissions office [...]

1503, 2019

“Why School MarCom People Are Overworked” – What We Think.

By |March 15th, 2019|Categories: What We Think|0 Comments

"Why School MarCom People Are Overworked" - What We Think. By Drew Millikin | March 15, 2019 A great post from InspirED (Why School Marcom People are Overworked) recently got me thinking. Yes, marketing and communications offices are [...]