Webinar

Digital Leadership in Higher Education

Thursday, May 19 | 2:00-3:15 p.m. ET

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This is a free webinar. Registration is required for participation.

Social media is transforming the possibilities for leaders to build community on campus and beyond. In our globally connected society, what does a digital leader look like in higher education? During this webinar, social media researcher, author and speaker Dr. Josie Ahlquist will share the results of her study on campus senior leaders who are high users of digital communication tools. These findings will highlight practical opportunities in the digital space for higher ed professionals including a digital leadership framework, digital decision-making model and the cultivation of personal learning networks.


Credits & Presenters


  • 1.25 General Credit Hours *


  • 1.25 General Credit Hours

  • Dr. Josie Ahlquist
    Adjunct Faculty Member

    Florida State University and Loyola University Chicago

Additional Resources

Webinar | “Social Media … So What?” 
Webinar | “The Great Frontier: Expansion of Social Media Into the Higher Ed Workplace”
The Higher Ed Workplace Blog | Tips for Creating a Social Media Policy 
The Higher Ed Workplace Blog | Social Media: The New Recruiting Tool? 
Knowledge Center | Sample Social Media Policies 
Knowledge Center | “Coping With Social Media” Podcast


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