Universities

    • Twitter Updates Progress on Diversity, Inclusion

      Twitter’s update on its diversity efforts followed the same theme as counterparts Facebook and Pinterest: modest progress, along with the acknowledgement that more work needs to be done. Vice president of inclusion and diversity Jeffrey Siminoff said in a blog post that the social network met or exceeded its goals for 2016, and it shared modest increases of those goals for 2017.

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  • Which Universities Do People Like, Dislike Most on Twitter?

    … sentiment were most often complaints and included words such as “break,” “bad” and “cancer,” along with certain expletives, and concerning words like “pain,” “killed,” “shame” and “die.” According to the report, the sentiment of the @mention tweets can be an indication of campus atmosphere. Perhaps even more important is how universities respond…

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  • Drunk, Sober Colleges on Twitter (Report)

    … Which colleges and universities were the source of the most tweets mentioning alcohol, and which were sober as church mice? CollegeStats.org analyzed geotagged tweets around, um, institutions of higher learning, and it outlined its findings in a report. Far more details are available in the report, but here are the top three and bottom three…

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  • What Are the Top 50 Colleges on Facebook, Twitter?

    … Baylor University graduated at the top of Engagement Labs’ eValue class for Facebook, while the University of Wisconsin-Madison was the Twitter valedictorian. Engagement Labs released its lists of the top 50 colleges and universities on Facebook and Twitter based on its proprietary eValue score. The entire list appears below, but the top five…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook Twitter- 20 readers -
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