Communicating through COVID-19
A panel discussion
Right now, every college and university is grappling with the impact of COVID-19 and building business continuity plans. Schools that can are moving online and others are rethinking ways to serve their students and provide for basic needs, especially for the under-resourced. It’s an uncertain time for faculty, staff, and students alike, but if there is one underlying theme, it’s the need to communicate. This includes communicating across campus and with staff and faculty as well.
Watch the recording as expert panelists and institutional leaders discuss how they’re conducting campus-wide communications in light of COVID-19. Participants will walk away with best practices and ideas on how to ensure the right message is sent to the right people at the right time.
This webinar was moderated by Signal Vine’s CEO, Brian Kathman. The higher ed expert panelists included…
- Edward Conroy, Associate Director of Research Communication at the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice
- Liz Richter, Senior Director, Division of Student Success at The University of Texas at Arlington
- Alice Anne Bailey, Ph.D., Higher Education Consultant
- Jesse Boeding, University of Pennsylvania Doctoral Student
- Adil Dittmer, Account Manager at Signal Vine
Texting has opened more doors for engaging with students than any other channel we've used. Being able to communicate with students in their preferred form of communication is a huge advantage.