Di Fang and Cheng Zhong (Delft University and Technology) are the (Chinese) managers of the university Weibo account. They talked about the why and the how of the university on a Chinese social network. Their presentation can be found here: TU_Delft_Weibo_0413
Janneke Hermans, Rashi Mor and Ioannis Lantzos (Delft University of Technology) talked about the ambassadors program with students from the university. Their presentation can be found here: Recruitment through Student Ambassadors
Daniel Agmon (Delft University of Technology) did a presentation on building relationships with online students and online alumni. You can find his presentation here: OMHO 2015 Online Education
Thanks for attending the presentation on how universities from all over the world tweeted in 2014. Levi Witbaard from OBI4Wan showed us metrics and graphs and shared some insights. We will publish the results soon but if you want a copy of the report, just send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
TU Delft wanted to know how good (or not) their social media channels are, compared to other international institutes. The result is a benchmark of the quality of – mainly Twitter – conversations. Which questions are asked? What is the quality of the answer? What makes people engage more with the university? How pleased are people with the online service?
If you want to find out how TU Delft did or if you want to find out if your university is in the international top 10, attend this session.
A new programme at TU Delft, organised jointly by Marketing and Communications and the Delft International Student Society (DISS), is sending university ambassadors out into the world to help recruit new students. Continue reading
TU Delft is active on the Chinese social platform Sina Weibo and recently broke the 5000 followers barrier. The two Chinese students who run the University Sina Weibo account Cheng Zhong and Di Fang will go in to detail about: Continue reading