5 Ways Higher Education Can Use GeoSocial

Competition to earn a degree has never been higher. With about 31% of the U.S. population between the ages of 25 and 64 holding a university degree, higher education is fighting for their share of students. At the same time, technology such as mobile geolocation provides differentiation that universities can use to attract, engage, and retain students. He

Geolocation and Conferences

12 July, 2010
The social dynamics of conferences are a bit strange. Hundreds (or even thousands) of individuals converge on a single location for a set period of time. These people are there to network, to learn, and to do business. While some of the learning and networking will happen around the panels, much of it won’t.