Hootsuite’s first higher education community webinar gives you an opportunity to learn and engage with your peers from other higher education institutions across North America and Europe.

We’re featuring the social media pros from Western University, City, University of London, and more. They’ll be sharing their experiences (good and bad) with you. This Q&A panel discussion will give you the opportunity to ask them questions, too.

Phil Chatterton, Hootsuite’s higher education industry principal, will share our vision of the Social Campus and host the discussion.

He’ll also provide a sneak peek of the research we’re conducting that will help you benchmark your social media maturity against your global peers.

Watch this free webinar to discover:

  • Social strategies that have worked (and those that didn’t) from other institutions

  • Exciting new plans in our product roadmap that will help you create a Social Campus

  • Details about new research we’re conducting that help you benchmark your social media maturity against your global peers

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    Melissa Cheater

    Digital Content Manager, Communications and Public Affairs, Western University

    Melissa is digital strategist, specializing in post-secondary education and social network theory. Founder of the #PSEWEB conference, Melissa helps higher education institutions negotiate the digital shift in communications.

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    Phil Chatterton

    Industry Principal, Higher Education, Hootsuite

    Phil has over 15 years’ experience solving complex business challenges, working with some of the top higher education organizations in the world. Today, Phil partners with Hootsuite’s customers to outline digital strategies for the Social Campus.

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    Sabrina Francis

    Social Media Officer at City, University of London

    Sabrina is the Social Media Officer at City, University of London and a local councillor in Camden. At City, Sabrina is responsible for the community management of all of the university’s main social media channels. Alongside developing and implementing City’s social media strategy, she works to integrate social media and content strategy into the wider marketing agenda and offers training and support to staff and academics that use social media as part of their work.

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    Tyler Thomas

    Social Media & Content Manager, University of Nebraska–Lincoln

    Tyler is responsible the development, implementation, and analysis of social media strategies for the University of Nebraska–Lincoln brand. He leads a team of professionals responsible for the community and social channels, content curation, and cross-campus social media strategy.