Tweeting presidents and app upgrades: The week's most read education news
Aside from landing University of Cincinnati President Santa Ono in our most read posts two weeks in a row, our feature on the tweeting practices of college and university presidents brought an unprecedented reader response. Last week's launch of iOS7 continued to have impacts in the sector, as well, with several apps debuting new looks and features.
Could audits silence school Facebook and Twitter accounts? How do higher ed professionals see the business model changing over the next decade? Find the answers to these questions and more in this week's top Education Dive features and news posts.
- 10 college presidents on Twitter who are doing it right: Whether they're using the micro-blogging site for promotion, outreach or a balance between the two, these 10 presidents are among the best using Twitter.
- 6 iPad and iPhone education apps now upgraded for iOS7: These six apps show off Apple's newest mobile operating system — including one free for a limited time.
- How will the higher ed business model change over the next decade?: Members of the Higher Education Management group on LinkedIn weigh in.
- Top tips on integrating iPads into classrooms: Four experienced educators offer their best advice.
- School Facebook, Twitter accounts may go silent, thanks to audits: Could policies like NIU's do more harm than good? Or is this the direction in which every university should be headed?
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