Educators and administrators can broadcast brief snippets of their latest professional development conferences using Vine. Using the hashtag #hea13, here’s one Higher Ed Analytics Conference which took place at the University of Michigan in February 2013, and an example of a very “hands on” approach to neuroscience at New York University.
Vine, like Twitter, can use hashtags to expand the conversation. Bring greater attention to a big basketball or football game by posting a video of your team with specific hashtags. Promoting school pride is very important to campus officials, and what better way to attract new students than to showcase collegiate talent?
Watch UNC forward J. P. Tokoto slam on a Notre Dame defender.
Whether its presenting your university’s beautiful campus or describing a particular college course, a quick Vine video can be both aesthetically pleasing and intriguing. Watch one student’s first day at Miami International University of Art & Design and minds in deep concentration at Princeton University’s newly renovated reading room.
Vine can also be used to highlight a special program, guest speaker or graduation. Watch this cheerful reaction of the graduating class of 2013 at Arizona State University, and a very inspirational graduation commencement speech by Navy SEAL Admiral William McRaven at the University of Texas at Austin.
Michael Sharnoff is Associate Online Editor at eCampus News. Follow him on Twitter @Michael_eSM.