How do you make your conference content interesting to people outside the room? We’ve got a few ideas on creating and curatingRead More →
Posts in the Category: Content
What does LinkedIn’s $1.5 billion acquisition of Lynda.com mean for universities and higher education content strategy?
Yesterday the professional social network giant LinkedIn announced that they intended to purchase the premium online learning platform Lynda.com for $1.5 billion. While our focus at Pickle Jar is helping the education sector with …Read More →
No April Fools to be found here as we start another new month. Robert’s already covered that. Instead, I bring to you the next instalment in our year-long calendar of topics relating …Read More →
On April 1, 2014, the University of Rochester homepage was brickrolled with a Rush Rhees Library made of LEGO bricks and LEGO students showing off diverse interests in everything from dance chemistry to ice fishing to Quidditch.Read More →
We’re blessed, really. It never fails to amaze me that everyone who works with my team and I at Pickle Jar Communications seems to love the work that we do. And if the constant flow …Read More →
It’s been a busy month for Pickle Jar. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we’ll begin…Read More →
Twitter exploded with outrage this week over the news that Cadbury’s Creme Eggs will no longer be made of Dairy Milk chocolate. Boycotts were organised, angry emails sent, and newspaper articles written.
This is …Read More →
Choosing a university is a big decision for both students and parents, and a huge part of this process is finding out more about where they will be living and studying.
In the modern age of online cartography, …Read More →
Happy New Year, everyone! Yes, we’ve probably missed the deadline for saying that, but we wanted to do it anyway. Now that you’ve all recovered (we hope) from the indulgences of the festive season, it’s …Read More →