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How to Create a Winning Strategic Enrollment Plan

A strategic enrollment plan will only work if you make it accessible and bring people along for the journey. Here’s how to do exactly that.

Institutional Strategy /
By: Aaron Basko

How to Perform a Content Migration

There are three key phases of work required to successfully move content as part of any website redesign or maintenance strategy.

29 Higher Education Marketing Conferences to Attend in 2022

Our tracker of virtual, in-person, and hybrid higher education marketing conferences for the upcoming academic year.

How to Choose a CRM

Selecting the right CRM platform for your higher ed institution is an exciting, daunting proposition. Here’s what you should know.

Resources

Data-Driven Marketing Maturity Assessment for Higher Ed

Data-Driven Marketing Maturity Assessment for Higher Ed

Every marketing and communications function is in a state of evolution, but sometimes it can be difficult to know where to focus next. Here’s where to start, and how to grow.

5 Pillars and 5 Pitfalls to Higher Ed Unified Communications

5 Pillars and 5 Pitfalls to Higher Ed Unified Communications

A strategic approach to unified communications means aligning people, processes, technology and data to enable communicators to effectively engage with their constituents.

The 2020 Higher Education Site Search Report

The 2020 Higher Education Site Search Report

Learn how investing in superior site search technology positively affects user experience and website performance for higher education institutions.

Higher Voltage

‘A Dirty Open Secret’: The Legacy of Racial Inequality in Higher Education

Adam Harris joins the Higher Voltage podcast to share the long history of imbalanced support for institutions with high minority numbers.

‘You Actually Want Me to Be a Successful Student’

Denise Runge of the University of Alaska Anchorage joins the Higher Voltage podcast to share real ways colleges can improve access and outcomes for students.

Why Is it So Hard for Colleges to Differentiate Themselves?

Lynchburg University’s Aaron Basko discusses why colleges struggle to distinguish themselves, and the role rankings play in that problem.

Features

The ‘Woke Campus’ and the Politicization of Teaching in Higher Ed

Dyanis Conrad discusses her personal experience and the impact of the ongoing political fight against ‘woke politics’ on college campuses.

Education Administration /
By: Higher Voltage

10 Great Higher Ed Marketing Campaigns

Good things can happen when institutions combine clear purpose with bold creativity.

Time to Talk TikTok

Six questions every higher ed social team should ask — and have good answers for — before diving into the hottest social media platform.

‘A Dirty Open Secret’: The Legacy of Racial Inequality in Higher Education

Adam Harris joins the Higher Voltage podcast to share the long history of imbalanced support for institutions with high minority numbers.

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