Interested in what’s going on at East Carolina but not sure how to stay informed with the latest news? Luckily, there are multiple ways to connect with the university. Stay in touch and share your favorite ECU stories with others through Twitter, YouTube, Issuu, RSS feeds, and the “ShareThis” link.
Twitter has gained popularity as an easy way to share 140-character status updates with others. East Carolina University uses Twitter to keep its followers up-to-date on all of the latest news and upcoming events at the university. Never miss an important event or news story by following East Carolina University on Twitter.
YouTube provides a convenient way for users to upload and share their favorite videos. Reminisce about the Pirates’ football season. Watch a performance from the Women in Music Series at Fletcher. Visit Joyner Library’s new Collaborative Learning Center. Relive all of these proud ECU moments and more at the university’s YouTube channel.
Want to read East Carolina University publications from the comfort of your own desk? Look no further than Issuu, where East Carolina University maintains a virtual bookshelf. Visit www.issuu.com/eastcarolina to read publications including East, Cornerstone, Edge, Mission, Alliance, and Pulse magazines. Also browse annual reports, student references, and guidebooks.
RSS feeds are a great way to stay informed on news that you care about. To receive East Carolina University’s RSS feeds, subscribe at www.ecu.edu/rss. Choose from feeds including an Events Calendar, News, Web Features, Alert Notifications, Safety Updates, and Sports. With the help of an RSS reader, like Google reader, you will never miss your favorite East Carolina-related updates and articles again.
Ever read an article on the university’s Web site and wanted to share the link with a friend? On the left hand side of the Web page, you will see a green “ShareThis” button. Here you will find different venues where you can share your favorite ECU stories and news. These include Blogger, Google Buzz, Email, Text messaging, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Digg, Delicious, LinkedIn, and Stumbleupon.