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3 Ways to Stay (Digitally) Connected With Chapman

June 11, 2014 by | Social Media

If you are new to the Chapman Family or new to social media, we invite you to stay in touch with Chapman University with these easy steps. 1. Social Media Facebook Facebook is still our “heartbeat” social network. We regularly post photo albums, detailed updates, and news announcements.  You can access Facebook on

AICCU’s New Website – Designed by ChapmanU

October 19, 2012 by | Design

AICCU’s new website itself is not launched yet, but here’s our presentation at AICCU’s recent executive meeting.  Chapman University is happy to have designed and sponsored the site.  Special thanks to President Kristin F. Soares, Kathleen L. Wilson, and Danyelle A. Norman for being so wonderful to work with! AICCU Website Launch – FINAL on Prezi AICCU’s

Thanks to the Internet Marketing Association!

September 25, 2012 by | Inside SMC

Thank you to Sinan Kanatsiz and the Internet Marketing Association for rewarding the “Strategic Marketing and Communications” team with 3 IMA awards. Best Blog Design (https://blogs.chapman.edu) Best Facebook Customization (https://www.facebook.com/ChapmanUniversity) Best Website Aesthetics (http://www.chapman.edu) Thanks also for a wonderful conference!  If you are an internet marketing professional have not yet attended the IMA conference, I recommend you keep it on your radar.

Staff Summit Presentation – PR and WIM

June 13, 2012 by | Inside SMC

Hi all, Today, Mary and I presented at the Staff Summit presented by ChapmanU Human Resources.  Thanks to all who participated and if you were not able to attend, please find the presentations below: Public Relations Web and Interactive Marketing Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.  ( SMC team )

Commencement: The Social Media Element

June 5, 2012 by | Social Media

Students, graduates, families, and community members flocked to Chapman University’s campus for 2012 Commencement ceremonies, but they also flocked to the web. Social media analytics proved a vast increase in fan engagement on Chapman University’s official Facebook and Twitter pages. As some university staff members know, I am tailoring our interactive campaigns to achieve a

Content Migration Update

March 1, 2012 by | Website Overhaul

Dear Web Authors / Content Owners / etc., Congratulations to each of you on surviving the first week of content migration!  The Web Team and I are delighted to see content flying into Chapman’s new website, and I can’t wait to see what progress this next week brings. Keep up the good work. More caffeine

News Source – Chapman Blogs

February 21, 2012 by | Inside SMC

Readers, Some of you have noticed the new version of Chapman Happenings.  This has been made possible by a local instance of “WordPress,” a popular open source blogging solution.  We are also excited to announce that more blogs are on the way.  Over the years Chapman has created a variety of blogs on a variety

CMS Training – First Lesson Posted

February 7, 2012 by | Website Overhaul

Dear Web Author, We are excited to announce the first chapter of training for Chapman’s new content management system (CMS): Cascade Server by Hannon Hill.  This product is a significant improvement to the current CMS (Active Campus) and we anticipate you will enjoy editing pages more in this new system. Barkley REI, our consultant firm

Photos Can Be Edited in the CMS

February 7, 2012 by | Website Overhaul

Hello Web Advisory Committee / Web Authors, Remember that images can be re-sized and cropped within our new CMS (Cascade Server). Having said that, I did post dimensions onto our MyWindow workspace.  Feel free to consult that file as you continue to search for images. Thank you, -dm

Social Media Facelift

November 28, 2011 by | Social Media

Hi everyone, Chapman University social media is ready for a minor facelift. We are looking to improve our Facebook and Twitter pages to contain inventive and relevant tabs, features, and video. Our first move? A Twitter Tab. There is a disconnect between social media platforms that makes it less convenient to check who you are

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