Retention has been a hot topic due to the cost to students, society, and institutions themselves. This ebook explores the tensions in supporting retention and how leaders can use messaging to cut through the noise.
Rethink your strategy of re-engaging stop outs, no shows, and melt. Listen to a strategic and tactical conversation on how to use reciprocal messaging to move these students to enrollment.
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As winter break quickly approaches, Signal Vine is committed to helping you find new and creative ways to keep your students engaged. By using positive messaging and preparing students before the Holiday rush, the more likely they will return and start the year off right.
Listen to Tracy Kyttle and Lauren Taylor discuss their strategies for texting with teens. From the nuance of messaging to the larger concepts of building trust prior to telling students what to do, anyone working with teens will gain tips on how best to communicate with their teen students.
October 7 kicks off National Mental Illness Awareness Week. Because 1/4 of today's college students have a diagnosable mental health issue, it's time to end the stigma surrounding mental health. In this blog, we'll talk about how to help students with mental health issues via text.
"Humanizing AI" might seem like an oxymoron at first, but we propose that the best use of AI occurs in partnership with humans. Learn about Signal Vine's take on higher ed chatbots and how our Virtual Advisor works with college staff to enhance the quality of text conversations with students.
Two-way communication in education provides clarity to the student and offers valuable insight for the institution. Read this blog to learn more about the benefits of two-way communication in education.
Student success has never been more important. Listen to Ashley Bigard, Appreciative Advising leader of Illinois Eastern Community Colleges, to learn how to support students through integrative advising strategies.
This guide builds on the Baltimore City Public Schools best practices case study with step by step considerations to having engaging texts with high school and direct entry college students.
This past year has been anything but 'normal'. Whether in person, online, or hybrid --- Consider these tips for how to communicate with students as they return to campus.
After the unexpected transfer to online learning due to COVID-19, colleges must be sensitive to the difficult experiences of recent grads and find ways to effectively communicate with them.
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