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Build a Social Campus with Social Collaboration Software Connect Campus, Businesses and Community


• Build a social campus to help fulfill the academic mission and expand the learning environment exponentially. • Enable campus communities to mix connections among serious, working scholars with the creativity of social media environments.

DELIVER A SOCIAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE Social collaboration software weaves together widespread academic communities.

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BRING THE GLOBAL CAMPUS TOGETHER • Social networking software reflects the digital culture that shapes current ways of connecting and learning. • Faculty, students, and staff join experts within and outside the campus, share resources and seek information. • Tools include: blogs, focus groups, academic discussions, activity streams, forums, mail, online chat, documentation storage, video, photo and audio sharing and more.

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• Gaming mechanics employ familiar ways of interacting to encourage user participation.

• Users can be acknowledged with recognition, access to levels of achievement, reward badges, certificates, or even coupons where appropriate (local pizza vendors are often willing participants).

TRANSFORM THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE Community members build a database by contributing profiles that are quickly accessed and searched by users.

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RELY ON SOCIAL PLATFORMS that arePRIVATE AND SECURE • The social platform is private and secure, avoiding the risks of the open source environment that plague other forms of social media. • Students have access to faculty and other experts, increasing personal contact and learning opportunities. • The best social platforms for higher education safely transform divergent campus communities into private social networks that the institution manages and controls.

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• Faculty can adapt blogs for continuous updates to course assignments, accept student work, or conduct seminars. • Students engage and network together in a completely new kind of open learning process. • Students exchange files in peer-to-peer networks or dialog with faculty.

SOCIAL IS AT THE CORE OF THE EDUCATIONAL ENTERPRISE Social platforms designed for colleges and universities build new connections.

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BUILD CORE COMPETENCIES • Students develop core competencies needed to learn, work and interact socially in the online environment of the future. • The focus of learning shifts from private, individually gained knowledge and skills to building community-based knowledge and complex competencies. • A collaborative space opens for work on the same assignment or task, just one way the learning process is becoming more visible to others.

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BUILD THE PLATFORM • Once a system for social collaboration is established, modules can be added at no cost, inviting participation from other institutions and accessing a global community. • Students can use blogs to create wikis or online dictionaries, and to share photos. • The academic institution can build flexible online learning courses as the social platform continues to evolve.

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• Social collaboration platforms offer easy implementation and minimal staff hours for administrative upkeep. • Sub-communities have more opportunities to exchange information and build stronger networks. • The open interchange creates a dynamic environment that leads to unexpected discovery.

MANAGE LEARNING OUTCOMES

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HiveSocialTM for Higher Education by Enterprise Hive transforms the educational institution into a social campus by easily connecting all its constituents, using embedded gaming mechanics and more.

For more information about Enterprise Hive, contact:

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