BOCA RATON, Fla., Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Campus Management Corp. today announced the launch of its web seminar series on social media responsibility in conjunction with University Business Magazine. The first of three episodes in an online series, How to Protect Your School's Online Reputation, debuted on January 5th and saw capacity reservation for live webcasts sponsored by Campus Management.
The series explores the very latest trends and characteristics of life online and how institutions are both managing and monitoring their reputations on social media sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. The webcasts feature presentations by higher education leaders and industry experts. In the first webcast, presenters Karli Grant, product manager for Campus Management, and Fritz McDonald, vice president of creative strategy for Statmats Communications, discussed the proactive steps colleges and universities can take to protect their brands in cyberspace.
The next webcast, Social Networking: College and University Trends, begins on February 2nd, 2010 at 2:00 pm (ET), featuring Dr. Cathy Snoddy, Assistant Director, Huntington Junior College along with Ms. Grant. For more information or to register, visit http://www.campusmgmt.com/en-us/newsandevents/webcasts/Pages/campus_webcasts.aspx. The third episode of the series occurs Tuesday, April 6th at 2:00 pm (ET). Titled, Social Networking: Getting Your Institution's Name Out There, this final chapter includes Nicholas Wormley, Director of Alumni and Parent Relations, at Quinnipiac University.
For a limited period of time, the archived series also may be downloaded at http://www.campusmgmt.com/en-us/newsandevents/webcasts/Pages/ArchivedWebinars.aspx.
About Campus Management Corp.
More than 1,700 colleges, universities, foundations, and other companies in 35 countries rely upon Campus Management Corp® enterprise software products and services. Campus Management's CampusVue® Ecosystem is a fully integrated, centralized administrative and e-learning platform that unifies services, academic delivery, administrative management and reporting for a full range of public, private and proprietary postsecondary institutions.
Campus Management's award-winning student information system is used by more than 75 percent of the largest US-based proprietary career and online colleges. Additional offerings include fundraising software, financials, HR solutions, and Talisma® CRM, a leading Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) solution for Higher Education and a range of other industries. Campus Management employs associates worldwide, providing clients with a full range of consulting, implementation, support, training and integration services. For more information, visit www.campusmanagement.com.
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