The companion to the Student Social Media Academy:

Chapter 10: The Next Wave of Digital Influence and Leadership

Summary of Exercises

This chapter 10 exercise has one part:
  • Your Digital Leadership in Practice
    In President Walter M. Kimbrough’s feature, we showcased all of the guiding principles in his digital leadership practice. Now, it’s your turn. Throughout Part Two, you should have worked to define and make meaning of these guiding principles. I encourage you to refer back to the activities, and also list a number of reflections in order for you to answer the main question in the table: “What is one example of the guiding principles in your digital leadership practice?”

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Next Steps

Now head to our book community, the Digital Leadership Network found at http://bit.ly/DigitalLeadershipNetwork, and find the chapter 10 topic, where you can share a few of your reflections, discoveries and actions on any of these exercises.

The Digital Leadership Network is a community of learners reading the book Digital Leadership in Higher Education.

Chapter Resources

This rewind of my path of technology adoption outlines major shifts in tech tools over the last 40-plus years. Use my timeline as a jumping-off point to reflect on your own relationship with technology.

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Rebekah Tilley

Assistant Vice President, University of Iowa Center for Advancement

Rebekah Tilley is the assistant vice president of communication and marketing for the University of Iowa Center for Advancement (UICA). In that role she supports fundraising and alumni engagement efforts for the university, including its CASE Gold winning Iowa Magazine, and serves UICA in a variety of strategic communication efforts.

Previously she was the director of strategic communication for the University of Iowa Tippie College of Business, and the director of communication for the University of Kentucky College of Law. She is a Kentucky native and a proud alum of the University of Kentucky.

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