SlideRoom saves the Gibbes Museum of Art 12 hours per application cycle!

So many museums, zoos, and aquariums use SlideRoom and see significant improvements in their workflows, and application numbers. One such museum we recently spoke with, is the Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, South Carolina.  With SlideRoom, the Gibbes Museum of Art found:  A ubiquitous and professional platform that other museums, galleries, competitions, and nonprofitsRead More

Meet SlideRoom Superstar the Museum of The African Diaspora

One of my favorite things about working for SlideRoom is learning about all the really interesting organizations that use SlideRoom. I am a self-proclaimed “museum nerd.” I absolutely love museums. It was my goal once to work in museums, helping lead visitors to find new and interesting ideas through the objects our cultures produce.  Now,Read More

Total Enrollment Solution Helps Colleges Support Students’ Success from Application to Graduation and Beyond

Liaison International’s Total Enrollment integrates historically disparate solutions to create a unified student engagement process for enrollment management and student success leaders   WATERTOWN, MA. (SEPTEMBER 23, 2021) — Liaison International, developer of the technology that has helped millions of students apply to academic programs at more than 1,000 colleges and universities over the lastRead More

New Survey of College Faculty and Staff Finds Divide Around Campus Reopening, Masking and Vaccine Mandates

Liaison International’s survey of faculty and frontline staff finds that 65% of colleges are returning to a full campus reopening; less than half require vaccines, but two-thirds have mask mandates WATERTOWN, MA. (SEPTEMBER 14, 2021) — Nearly two-thirds of college campuses are on track for a full reopening this fall, but less than half requireRead More

Simplify your application process with SlideRoom

When your institution needs to hire a new cohort of interns, what happens? You draft emails, publish the listings, and then wait.  Soon, your inbox is flooded with issues, questions, complaints, meeting requests, and stakeholders feeling frustrated. Weeks or months go by and finally, you hire a few interns. Sound familiar?  Wouldn’t it be wonderfulRead More

Celebrating 15 Years of SlideRoom with Founder Chris Jagers

As SlideRoom celebrates its fifteenth anniversary, we caught up with its founder, Christopher Jagers, to get his reflections on SlideRoom’s prescient beginnings and its intriguing evolution.   Successful products are borne of true need plus the ability to fully recognize that need. When Chris Jagers first conceived of SlideRoom, he was driven by an uber-keen understandingRead More

Growing the SlideRoom Community

Please help us welcome a diverse mix of new partners to the SlideRoom roster this quarter. Geographically, we have ten different states represented, with two from California and Alaska also in the mix. Internationally, our newcomers hail from Israel, Portugal and Spain — plus two from Ireland. Our newest partners’ uses for SlideRoom are also very diverse, and include design competitions, PhD program applications, creative writing applications, fellowships,Read More

Exploring Maker Portfolios

For engineering programs, the ongoing challenges of identifying best-fit candidates and filling seats has been made even tougher than ever this year. Pandemic-driven declines in international enrollment and necessary concessions toward a test-optional environment have meant that admissions and enrollment teams have fewer options and fewer insights to work with. Plenty of experts talk about the value of holistic review in this setting. When we are struggling to collect “more/better,” the notion ofRead More

When the Show Must Go On: How a Prestigious Dallas Arts High School Saved its College Showcase during COVID-19 and Put Students and Recruiters Center Stage

The Booker T Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in Dallas, Texas has a reputation that precedes itself in several notable ways.  Founded in 1922, this award-winning Arts Magnet and member of the Dallas Independent School District was Dallas’ first high school for African American students. Renamed for Black community leader andRead More