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Hi Kelly,

 

So glad  you asked this.  We are investigating this ourselves.  We have our own FB page for our tutors, but I don’t think it’s used as frequently as it could be.

 

We also have been posted study tips on our university’s blog, but media and marketing are killing that blog as the result of such low hits. I met with the social media folks in marketing yesterday and discussed our options.  We are seeing if we can get “ownership” of the blog and then alert students to posts with on twitter and Instagram. 

 

I’d love to hear yours and anyone’s ideas on how they’ve successfully used social media and actually gotten a decent sized following.

 

Best,

 

Rene’

 

 

Rene' LeBlanc

Student Development Specialist III

LSAC Prelaw Advisor/English Dept. Lecturer

Student Learning Assistance Center/English Dept.

Texas State University-San Marcos

Alkek Library Suite 411

512-245-2515 (phone)

512-245-3002 (fax)

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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Askey, Kelly L.
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Subject: Social Media

 

How do your programs use social media, and how do you let students know that they can connect with you through social media?

 

Thanks,

Kelly Askey

Peer Tutoring & Study Skills Development Supervisor

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