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69 Blog Posts

Open. Click. Repeat. The Keys to Email Communications.

Email communications are one of the primary ways that institutions connect with their alumni and supporters. So, it is by no mistake that this is the touch point where the most engagement occurs.  From opening your message to clicking on…...

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Homecoming: It’s More About the Future Than You Think

It’s homecoming season, one of the biggest alumni events on campus. We sat down with Temple University’s Kelly O’Donnell, director of alumni relations for the Fox School of Business and the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management; and Renee Pacini, senior director of product...

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10 Steps to Preparing for Your Day of Giving

A day of giving can be an excellent opportunity to recruit new donors, generate fundraising, and gain exposure to your institution’s mission and goals. Ready for your next (or first) day of giving? Brendon Woodworth, Manager of Adoption Services at Anthology, shared these…...

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Anthology’s Ethical Approach to Connecting and Sharing Data

Higher education institutions are responsible for large amounts of data about learners; however, they then must figure out how to use that data to support and guide learners throughout their academic journey. Connecting and sharing the data is an opportunity…...

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5 Ways to Go Beyond Orientation for Student Success

The May 1 commitment deadline is at your back, you’ve battled through the summer melt, and now you’ve finally crossed the finish line with a new crop of students being welcomed to your campus. All that’s left is a comprehensive…...

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Is Aging Technology Holding Your Institution Back?

We’ve all done it—held on to a phone or other device just a little longer than the recommended shelf life. Most of the time, the effects of not staying up to date with the latest technology has to offer are…...

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Centralized Management of Decentralized Assessment

One of my mentors, a guru in the field of higher education assessment, often mentioned the phrase “assessing the elephant” in our conversations. Each time I heard the phrase, the mental image I painted in my mind became increasingly obscure. Was…...

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Improve Your Application Form Completion Rates

With overall college applications declining, it makes sense to ensure that you are not losing out on potential students through avoidable issues with your application forms. The way your form fields and questions have been designed may be causing applicants to…...

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How Are Your Students Doing? Wellbeing, Belonging, Marginality and Social Support During the Pandemic

“The best thing [my institution] can do is realize that students are struggling right now and need all the extra support they can get. The state of the world and the anxiety I feel every day due to the pandemic…...

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