How alumni magazines are surviving and thriving in the digital age
Amid tight budgets, a shifting readership, and the drive for engaging online content—is print dead? The answer, by all accounts, is no. Print is alive and well. Alumni and school magazines have stayed relevant and resonant with audiences by leveraging the strengths of print and strategically grappling with cost challenges.
As we gear up for CASE’s Development for Deans and Academic Leaders: Winter Session in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in February 2020, we spoke with faculty members Dale Wright and Rashid Bashir on the challenges facing academic leaders and their fundraising partners, leadership advice, and what they’re most looking forward to at the conference.
For DRIVE/ leaders Sarah Barr and Rodger Devine, technology, data, and people are key. Here’s their forecast for data and analytics in higher education.
Technology, data, people, and problem-solving power Sarah Barr and Rodger Devine’s day-to-day lives. As chair and co-chair of DRIVE/ 2020, CASE's data and analytics conference this March in New Orleans, Barr and Devine are shaping a program rich with data-driven insights.
Recent resources include subject guides on data privacy, controversial gifts
For members seeking information on a variety of advancement topics, the CASE Library’s Advancement Resource Catalog provides a central stop for resources on topics including campaign planning, engaging non-traditional alumni, and the latest research in the world of advancement.