NASPA: Technology Knowledge Community

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Hello TKC members!

Have you seen our blog? It is located on the NASPA Technology Knowledge Community page on the NASPA website. The blog is a great way to share information about the interesting things happening with technology on your campus, your thoughts on tech topics, useful apps you've found, and more! We are always looking for new people to write guest posts, and would love to have you contribute!

To find a time that works for you please visit our posting schedule. I ask for all submissions to be emailed to me by the Wednesday before they are scheduled. I have assigned topics to particular dates, as a general guideline, but am flexible. For example, if you are planning to write about an app you love to use, but the only date that works for your schedule is marked as a Top Tweets day, we can change it around- just let me know! I also have the descriptions of each topic area, and some general submission guidelines below.
Please let me know if you have any questions!

Elisabeth A. Poling
Publications Coordinator, NASPA Technology Knowledge Community
Residence Hall Director, Christensen Hall
University of New Hampshire

Submission Criteria
If you would like to submit a guest post to the NASPA Technology Knowledge Community blog, follow the instructions below for consideration.  Only guest posts that meet these criteria will be considered for publishing.
  • The post must be grammatically correct and well-written.
  • The post must not include marketing-related links and must not be entirely self-promotional.
  • The post should include a brief author’s bio (3 sentences or so) which will be published at the end of the guest post. Links to your website and blog may be included here. Guest posts must be original and may not have been published elsewhere online already. 
  • The post must be between 300 and 600 words
  • The post must fit into one of the following categories:
    • Open Source Secrets- highlights open source tools of the trade
    • Training and Education- Anything related to training staff, graduate preparation, conference highlights, etc.
    • Tech Tips for the Student Affairs Professional- easy tech related tools and processes that make the day to day work of the Student Affairs Professional easier
    • Tech Geek of the Week- highlighting IT and Student Affairs Professionals who are doing amazing things with technology!
    • Tech Policy and Procedure- highlighting policies, guidelines, and procedures around technology and social media use
Once submitted, you will hear back on whether your post will be approved within two weeks. Guest posts that are approved for publishing will be published without notice.  Please check the blog periodically to see if your post has been published.  All submissions should be sent to Beth Poling atElisabeth.poling@gmail.com


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