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Eric Stoller

http://ericstoller.com/blog/

Located in Corvallis

Last update: July 26th, 2013 at 09:43 am

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Thoughts on higher education, information about my consulting business, and resources from my presentations

When I reach the third mile of a run, that’s when it happens. My body hits another gear. Thoughts are clearer and emotions are muted. Time clicks away with serenity. Running becomes something more... .

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When Pinterest first became popular, I wasn’t very interested. It wasn’t that interesting to me. Recently, I’ve been heading over to Pinterest on a regular basis. Curating... .

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Some thoughts that popped into my head while out running today… Radical love is patient. Radical love is as comfortable with silence as it is with conversation. Radical love is not the mad... .

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I started 2013 off with a digital identity talk at Curry College for their Career Services Conference for Seniors. They were an awesome group! I’ve included the video of my talk, my slides, and... .

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My blog has been my living room on the web for quite some time. However, since beginning my consulting adventures in 2010, the blog has shifted into being more about my business than about the random... .

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I’ve lived in Boston since the summer of 2011. It’s been my home for almost two years. Boston is an awesome city. I love its people, places, sights, and sounds. When news broke (via... .

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Part of the experience of being a keynote speaker at the Jon C. Dalton Institute on College Student Values is that you get to do an interview with the Character Clearinghouse at Florida State... .

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His name is Justin Bieber…and I am a fan of his music. Bieber is talented. He’s also 18. What was your world like when you were 18? I bet it didn’t involve performing in front of thousands of... .

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In my attempt to be connected to all things related to higher education, I did something that has had interesting ramifications. One day while perusing Facebook, I liked the University of Phoenix... .

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If you’re ever in need of a quick and easy way to visualize the growth of your followers on Twitter, look no further than the Wildfire Social Media Monitor. While your total number of followers... .

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One of my favorite times of the day is when I go into the kitchen to make coffee. I associate a lot of different memories with coffee. My Grandpa Clyde used to drink an entire thermos of it on a... .

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“You might not remember us, but we met in the 90s.” Microsoft’s new ad for Internet Explorer wants to capitalize on our collective nostalgia. Hungry Hippos, floppy disks, Oregon... .

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The most-commented, most-discussed post that I’ve ever written for Inside Higher Ed was last year’s “Where Are the Radical Practitioners” entry. It quickly collected far more... .

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So this post is amazingly late. However, here it is… Last summer, I was asked to be on a social media panel for Mashable’s Social Media Day in Boston. The topic for the panel was on... .

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Wow. The last post on my blog was in July. JULY! How did this happen? Well, it turns out that being a speaker/writer/consultant is a full-time job (x) 1000. According to my TripIt.com account, in... .

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In addition to writing a couple of blog posts for InsideHigherEd while at Blackboard World, I also managed to put on a session about “The Mobile Campus Revolution.” The fine folk from... .

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Slides from my recent talk at the AACRAO Technology Conference in Chicago. Here’s part of the description from my talk…I covered a lot in 60 minutes! Technology: Where are we today? Where... .

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Slides* from my social media education session at this year’s NAFSA event in Houston, TX: Social media represents an ever-changing set of communications tools, challenges, and opportunities. This... .

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It’s official…I’ll be speaking at Blackboard’s annual users conference – BbWorld – in New Orleans. The topic for this talk is mobile + higher education. And,... .

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On a whim, I picked up a copy of the recent edition of the Atlantic while in a long-forgotten airport terminal. The cover provoked me by implying that Facebook was making us lonely. Always looking... .

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I lived in Oregon for 7 years. In all of my travels, and places that I have called home, Oregon remains one of the few places that I love. This video is breathtaking. It makes me feel Portland. It... .

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My pal, Kenneth Elmore – Dean of Students for Boston University, knows how to elevate conversations. There aren’t that many deans of students who are as charismatic as Kenn. In this quick... .

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Slides from my social media educational session at this year’s CAMEX event in Salt Lake City, Utah. I gave a 60 minute talk about how campus stores can use social media for strategic... .

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I asked a question and received 40 comments: “Where are the Radical Practitioners?” One of the interesting themes was the idea that people couldn’t be radical (as they defined it)... .

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Yesterday, Valerie and I ran the Cambridge 5K. It was the second 5K that we’ve done and it was the first time either of us had run an event that was officially timed. According to the web, the... .

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A friend of mine recently announced that she will be moving soon to begin a new job. She tweeted that she needed tips for how to “effectively and efficiently purge, then pack up, a... .

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Having been a consistent blogger on this site since 2004, I find myself in a bit of a conundrum. My consulting adventures, writing projects, and speaking engagements are capturing almost all of my... .

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From the Chicago Tribune: National Louis University on Tuesday will offer a Groupon for a graduate-level introduction to teaching course, officials said. With the Groupon, prospective students can... .

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Ben Harper is one of my favorite artists…11 years since I first heard him play live in Chicago and he just keeps getting better and better. Enjoy this set over a nice cup of coffee. Cheers! .

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