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Dear AwesomeReader,

How are you doing today?

I'm happy to report that an increasing number of this newsletter readers have chosen to participate in the weekly poll (19% of the people opening it last week!). 

This is a good news for everybody, because we're starting to get really interesting representative data from these quick surveys.

If you participated last week, you can now see the data about Masks on Campus below. As I explained, participation in these weekly minute polls is required if you want to see the results (you gotta give a little to get the data :-)

I'm also caught up in my writing and have published 2 posts featuring examples submitted via these weekly surveys.

This week's poll below focuses on community reaction, COVID-19 testing and move-in/orientation days -- all questions submitted last week by your colleagues

So, please take less than a minute to answer (even if you don't know, that's still data!) and you'll get the results next week :-)

Thanks in advance for your help 

Karine Joly
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Karine Joly
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Latest Weekly Minute Poll Results?

You can only see these results if you answered last week's survey. Don't forget to take a minute for this week's poll (above) to get access to all the content of this newsletter next week! :-)

From The Higher Ed Blogs

15 higher ed social media ideas to make college students wear masks on campus
By Karine Joly

9 higher ed “back-to-school” plans and websites for Fall 2020
By Karine Joly

An Honest Letter from Your University President About Why We're Opening for Fall [PARODY]
Reddit Post in Higher Education

How colleges are communicating with students about COVID-19
By Lindsay McKenzie

How the Pandemic is Changing Recruiting Practices in Higher Ed
By Kim Reid

Managing Your Brand AND Your Mental Health
By Robert Bochnak

How to Brainstorm — Remotely
By Art Markman

Missed the last issue of this newsletter? Mask Minute Poll, Back-to-School Data, Policy & Fears, Diversity in Higher Ed?, Online Learning & New on Instagram
By Karine Joly

From Elsewhere

Parenting Children in the Age of Screens [SURVEY]
Pew Internet Research Center

Two-Thirds of 13-17 Year Olds Concerned About Attending School In-Person this Fall [SURVEY, n=1,000]
By Junior Achievement USA

The CIO’s Role in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion [SURVEY]

Cultural backgrounds influence how we interpret emojis [STUDY]
University of Toronto News

A New Way to Go Live on Facebook From Messenger Rooms
Facebook Blog

How to use Snapchat filters on Zoom
PC Mag

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