Recap Part I: #PRStudChat Discusses PR Education & Learning

PR Expanded

After all, I am an educator, right? Compared to many other seasoned educators, I still have a lot to learn and reflect upon. On October 13, 2015, I joined an invigorating #PRStudChat with my fellow educators, students, and professionals about Teaching and Learning in Public Relations.

Reflect and Project: How has Your #PR education Prepared You for Your Career?

PR Expanded

As an educator, I’m constantly asking myself how teachers can better prepare students to excel in their careers; and more importantly, how can they create an impact in our society? Education and learning, they are critical to life success. .

Cannes Lions + Educator Summit Takeaways and Reflections

Karen Freberg

This past week attending and working at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity was one of the most rewarding, inspiring, and educational professional and personal experiences I have ever had. Why was the Educators Summit created? This is why we wanted to have an Educators Summit here.

The #PRStudChat Community Discusses PR Education and Learning on October 13th

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ET, the #PRStudChat community will gather to discuss PR education and learning in the classroom. PR professionals, educators and students will engage in a community discussion to share their perspectives on PR learning today. How has your PR education prepared you for your career?

Big News!: Becoming an Adobe Education Leader

Karen Freberg

I have been named officially as an Adobe Education Leader. I have been so grateful for their support and investment towards education, and the kindness they have shown to other educators and students as well. What does it meant to be an Adobe Education Leader?

Calling all higher education communicators

PR Daily

It’s lonely at the top in every field, but if you’re a communications leader in higher education, the buck always stops with you. We’re looking for wise, experienced, inquisitive leaders for our Communications Leadership Roundtable for Higher Education Communicators in Pittsburgh on Aug.

Should Sandbox Learning Be The Future Of Education?

Mark My Words

Should Sandbox Learning Be The Future Of Education? The post Should Sandbox Learning Be The Future Of Education? by Terry Heick Two decades into the 21st century, highly-structured, formal learning environments may have run their course.

First Step Towards Facebook ROI: Educate With Content

Cision

On Facebook, your top priority as a business is to educate. Facebook has been disrupting the scene for some time now. But if your brand is using the same content marketing strategy as it did in 2014, you’re probably not seeing any results.

Getting ready for Cannes Lions Educators Summit

Karen Freberg

This is what I wrote in the post back in 2017: Propose an Educators Summit for Cannes Lions. You see veteran professionals and young professionals, but you really didn’t see educators. There is a big focus here for education and mentoring at Cannes Lions, which is fantastic.

The top 10 education journalists in 2019

Muck Rack

The top 10 education journalists in 2019

Part II: PR Education & Learning – A Recap of the October #PRStudChat Twitter Discussion

PR Expanded

What are your recommendations for improving PR education? . There were a lot of different answers and great suggestions, but one theme strongly stood out: the need to make PR education more applicable to the industry, which I wholeheartedly agree.

The Future of Media: Key Trends for 2019 and Beyond

Business Wire

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Social Media Rock Stars: Collegis Education’s Kendall Bird

Communications Conversations

Higher education advocate. Let’s hear from Kendall about life in her current role at Collegis Education, how she keeps up with all the changes in social media each week, and what trends she sees emerging in the months ahead. Social media and communications professional.

College Educated, She Graduated…. Now what?

Barokas

D efinitely join PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America), their entire mission is to enhance members education in PR and help launch students careers after graduation. The post College Educated, She Graduated….

2018 CHE Senior Summit Spotlight: Communicating the Value of Higher Education

PRSay

Members of PRSA’s Counselors to Higher Education Section will meet April 11–13 in Nashville, Tenn. Communicators in higher education, especially at liberal arts colleges, face extreme pressure to show the value of this type of educational experience.

Snapchat proves educational in UK campaign

PR Daily

We need to educate and influence behavior change. The UK government is embracing Snapchat. Government officials are using the teen-friendly social media platform in its effort to warn against the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs.

12 educational resources every marketer should know

PR Daily

DIY U: Edupunks, Edupreneurs, and the Coming Transformation of Higher Education ” by Anya Kamenetz: Half of Kamenetz’s book is a well-researched manifesto that preaches against the necessity of a college education.

Why Blitzmetrics is a Game Changer for Higher Education

Karen Freberg

They come from all backgrounds and industries, and this is truly one of the best ways to connect education with practice. It was impressive – as an educator – it’s so important to share with students these stories and say – HEY!

5 ways Pinterest can be used for patient education

PR Daily

Pinterest is a good medium for patient education because many people learn best visually. Infographics and other images serve as powerful vehicles for educating patients. Images can help convey information that would be much harder to digest in words.

Can Educators Become Micro-Influencers?

Karen Freberg

I am actually doing a presentation on this very topic for the Australian Communication and Public Relations Education Seminar series about how professors can embrace to become their own micro-influencers tomorrow (well, it’s going to be Wednesday down in Australia).

Fast Forward for PR Education: Reflections on lated CPRE report

Karen Freberg

Public relations education has evolved and come a long way in many respects. However, there was ONE class or subject area where the practitioners and educators were aligned the same. There’s still work to be done in addressing the gap between practice and education.

New international ethical principles for PR welcomed, education and enforcement required

Stephen Waddington

The next job is education and enforcement. The next challenge is education and enforcement. Industry associations rightly put ethical training at the forefront of their educational efforts.

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Which social media platforms can prove effective for higher education institutions?

Prohibition

Here’s how social media platforms can be effective for higher education : Increase Student Engagement for your University. Having a social media presence allows those interested in your educational institution to easily find and connect with you, helping to expand the University’s recognition. Used regularly by a worldwide audience, it’s hardly surprising that social media platforms are rapidly becoming one of the most vital aspects of digital marketing.

The most popular outlets & articles covering education in 2019

Muck Rack

The most popular outlets & articles covering education in 2019

Marketing higher education: How to make your story stick

PR Daily

College students and the marketing tactics that reach them effectively have changed considerably over the past decade. Aside from the obvious technology factor, today’s students demand instant gratification and access to information, presenting a unique set of communication challenges.

Lessons From BBC’s Ebola Education Initiative via WhatsApp

Melissa Agnes

A few weeks ago, I wrote about BBC’s WhatsApp strategy for educating West Africans on how to stay healthy when it comes to Ebola. Evaluating BBC’s Ebola education initiative via WhatsApp. Subscribe to BBC’s Ebola education initiative on WhatsApp.

Creating a Community for Continued Education: Launching #FrebergAlums FB Group

Karen Freberg

Here are some of the main reasons why I wanted to create this FB community: Embracing continued education. Continued education, especially in public relations and social media, is not only expected, but a mandatory task to do.

Romanian education official steps down after sexist remarks

PR Daily

Anyone wondering how to lose a job as a Romanian education ministry official should look no further than Vasile Salaru. I think this is a side of Romanian education that has been totally neglected and that could remind us, I hope you don’t smile, of the former boarding school education. That, ladies and gentlemen, is how one loses his job as a Romanian education ministry official.

APR: A Boon to Foreign-Educated PR Professionals

PRSay

The APR comes with no modest demands in terms of past experience, understanding of the profession and commitment to continuous education — and rightly so. After having worked for about 15 years in public relations in Brussels, I moved with my family to the Austin area in the summer of 2015.

Why PR for Higher Education Requires a Different Strategy

TrendKite

Those working in PR for higher education face an even more complex landscape with unique challenges and opportunities. EducationIt’s hard to put into words how profoundly the practice of public relations has changed over the last decade.

Department of Education gets slammed for misspelling and typo in tweets

PR Daily

The Department of Education recently learned that it’s important to proofread your tweets. Here’s the original post: Education must not simply teach work - it must teach life. US Dept of Education (@usedgov) February 12, 2017.

MDMC: The must-go to industry conference for educators, professionals, and students

Karen Freberg

I had a great time sharing insights related to influencer marketing, educator personal branding, and participate on a panel with some fellow colleagues in academia. There are so many great highlights from the experience I feel educators, as well as students, need to take away here.

Educate Prospects to Cultivate … and Keep … Clients

Maine PR Maven

The post Educate Prospects to Cultivate … and Keep … Clients appeared first on | The PR Maven By Nancy Marshall Don’t you hate getting calls from people you’ve never met before who start out by saying, “How’re you doing today?” ” You know right away it’s a cold call and they really could care less how your day is going. When this happens to me, I’m turned off right from the start. Cold […].

Your finance, fashion and education campaigns deserve recognition

PR Daily

What Type of Education Do Marketing Managers Need?

Prowly

What type of education do marketing managers need? The post What Type of Education Do Marketing Managers Need? Typically, marketing managers are expected to have a bachelor's or master's degree in marketing or business (with specialization in marketing).

What Type of Education Do Marketing Managers Need?

Prowly

What type of education do marketing managers need? The post What Type of Education Do Marketing Managers Need? Typically, marketing managers are expected to have a bachelor's or master's degree in marketing or business (with specialization in marketing).

Breeders Cup X FrebergPR: A partnership between industry and education

Karen Freberg

Brands, celebrities and companies are not the only ones that can formulate some great partnerships.

Leveson Inquiry archive important contribution to debate and education on media ethics

Stephen Waddington

The Discover Leveson website is online archive that consists of a comprehensive, fully searchable and freshly curated educational resource.

Facebook launches tips to educate users on fake news

PR Daily

In addition to the education component, Facebook is working to improve its ranking system by enabling users to report fake news and working with independent fact-checking organizations to spot false reporting. Facebook wants to teach its users how to spot fake news.

Dealing with various stakeholders in the educational sector

Presspage

Challenges in the Education industry. The educational field has always had a tough time juggling budget, goals, time and interests. PR professionals have limited time and budget to make sure their educational organization is being noticed by the right people.