27 01, 2020

Lessons from Kobe Bryant’s Dear Basketball

By |2020-02-03T07:36:22-06:00January 27th, 2020|Case Study, Digital Leadership, Social Media|0 Comments

It's not often that a professional athlete writes a letter to their passion. But, Kobe Bryant wasn't a normal athlete. In the wake of his tragic death, he left so many of us inspired. What can we learn from Kobe and his Oscar-winning short film, Dear Basketball? Communicate about your passion. No matter your passion, [...]

11 11, 2019

Building A Digital Footprint

By |2020-01-15T10:15:42-06:00November 11th, 2019|Case Study, Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership|0 Comments

Have you ever been told to fear something that you later wish you would have learned more about instead of avoiding it completely? Growing up, I was taught that credit cards should be avoided and that I should never have one especially as a young adult. Even though my parents had good intentions, the advice [...]

28 03, 2019

Case Study: 3 Things every school should know about hashtags

By |2020-01-15T10:16:17-06:00March 28th, 2019|Case Study, Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media|1 Comment

Have you ever used a hashtag on a post and then later realized it was being used for something inappropriate or associated with something you didn't intend to associate with?  Lately, we have had several schools reach out to us about this exact problem. Before it becomes a problem, schools need to do their hashtag [...]

21 01, 2019

Case Study: Digital Citizenship & Activism

By |2020-01-15T10:16:59-06:00January 21st, 2019|Case Study, Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media|0 Comments

We get it. These conversations are difficult. Like many of you, our team at Class Intercom watched how a situation at the Lincoln Memorial between a group of students from Covington Catholic H.S. and a Native American protestor was caught on film and shared on social media. As digital leaders, we don’t want to judge [...]

17 12, 2018

Case Study: Digital Citizenship and Sportsmanship

By |2020-01-15T10:17:09-06:00December 17th, 2018|Case Study, Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media|0 Comments

Following the 2018 NCAA National Championship match for Women’s Volleyball, we witnessed a great lesson in what not to do when covering your school’s event. Minutes after the game was over, the NCAA tweeted a photo from the official NCAA Volleyball account of a photo of two Stanford volleyball players running into the Stanford locker [...]