Over the past decade, many college administrators (and other related campus groups) have relied on LinkedIn groups to build community among their peers, professors, student groups and more. LinkedIn groups have been an important way for members to stay in touch and share data with peers around the country. They have also been helpful in gathering data important for improving processes, communication and more. Today there are hundreds of these groups among LinkedIn's 400 million users, but with Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn this past spring, the signs are here: LinkedIn's focus will no longer be on helping their communities to...

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