Discounted Conference Registration for ISANA members – Social Media Strategies for Higher Education Conference

Discounted Conference Registration for ISANA members – Social Media Strategies for Higher Education Conference

ISANA is excited to support the Social Media Strategies for Higher Education Conference 30th – 31 October 2018, Mercure Sydney The Social Media Strategies for Higher Education conference will focus on exploring effective strategies from social media experts in universities and other digital media heavyweights to produce quality content, promote university brand reputation and identity, measuring the impact of various social and digital strategies and drive recruitment in the domestic and growing international market.

What will you learn at this event?

* Understand what works on social media for your target audience

* Improve your recruitment programs through insights from industry leaders in international social markets

* Generate innovative & engaging social content

* Create an authentic online voice through storytelling and user generated content

* Develop new strategies in how to measure the impact of your social campaigns for better results

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Who will attend? Directors, Managers & Coordinators from Universities, TAFES & Colleges with responsibilities for:

* Social Media

* Digital Media

* Digital Marketing

* Communications

ISANA members receive a $100 discount off the current rate! Check your email for the discount code.

For more information, visit the website or call 1300 856 904

Start: 30th October End: 31st October Website: http://bit.ly/2mEb5bD

New Publication by ISANA member Catherine Gomes

BOOK INFORMATION

The Asia-Pacific in the Age of Transnational Mobility: The Search for Community and Identity on and through Social Media

Edited by Catherine Gomes

http://www.anthempress.com/the-asia-pacific-in-the-age-of-t…

Book Summary

As the age of social media progresses, the Asia Pacific, like the rest of the world, is experiencing an increase in cultural diversity and global connection. Those within the region are witnessing rapid social and cultural changes. As individuals and groups navigate through an increasingly mobile, transnational and multicultural ethnographic landscape, social media provides a sense of belonging for these networked communities.

Social media allows individuals and groups to map and redefine their evolving communal and national identities and thus form sometimes new, vibrant and necessary communities to help create individual and group belonging and agency. While creating a sense of belonging and agency in their respective homeland(s), individuals and groups are also able to connect to global networks. Recognising these layered and intertwined complexities governing societal and cultural cohesion, the authors in this collection each discuss the innate challenges of the social media era on culture, identity and social interaction. This original empirical work documents social media as a user platform for the expression of individual and collective identities.

About the Author

Catherine Gomes is a Senior Lecturer at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.

About Anthem Press

Anthem Press is a leading independent publisher of innovative academic research, educational material and reference works in established and emerging fields.

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