Constance Cranos
Part-time faculty
Department of Marketing/Advertising, School of Business

Social Media & Higher Education
This project examines social media applications used in five classes across two of the University's colleges to explore the question: How can social media enhance and expand course themes and content, and increase student engagement, empowerment and collaboration?

Conference Presentations

  • Cranos, C. 2013. Collaboration & Empowerment through Social Media. Innovative Pedagogy & Course Redesign 12th Annual Conference, Fairfield University, Fairfield ,CT, May 2013.
  • Cranos, C. 2013. Going to the Dark Side: Using Social Media to Drive Higher Education Learning Outcomes. The Evolution Conference: Online and Blended Education for a New Generation of Learners, Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT, June 2013.
  • Cranos, C. 2013. Increasing Student Engagement through Social Media. Engaged Learning Impacts & Implications, New England Faculty Development Consortium Spring Conference, Westford, MA, June 2013.

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