After attending HighEdWeb 2018, our Research Analyst shares her takeaways on representing diversity on university websites and embedding empathy in content creation and data collection.Read More →
Posts in the Category: Technology
Our CEO, Tracy Playle, participated in a panel discussion at the Campus Management conference in May – and came back with a few unanswered questions about the impact of technology on higher education.Read More →
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 →
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 →
The first two blog posts from our instant messaging (IM) in higher education three part series have been obvious success stories, with SnapChat and WeChat being used by universities as a useful tool for their …Read More →
Your mother might have taught you not to answer back – but at Pickle Jar we say always have the last word!
The importance of responding on social media.
Don’t leave your audience hanging, if you ask them a question and they respond, reply back.
Saying that social media is not a broadcasting method but a conversational platform is …Read More →
Social media doesn’t need to require a huge financial investment, and doesn’t even always need a huge investment in time. Here are five ways to help you get the most out of social and digital …Read More →
Many of you have been following my webinar series this week on the online audience engagement journey and how social and digital media play different roles at different times in education marketing (incidentally, the …Read More →
This video is so inspiring that I really couldn’t do it justice by trying to introduce it. It speaks for itself. Acknowledgements of course to TED and Mashable for sharing the video in the first …Read More →