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Second Annual CASE Social Media Survey - Findings

CASE Summit 2011, Chicago
July 19, 2011

Findings and reflections presented by president Cheryl Slover-Linett at the annual CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) Summit For Advancement Leaders meeting on July 11, 2011 in Chicago. For the second year in a row, we partnered with mStoner and CASE to conduct this study on social media management at thousands of worldwide CASE member colleges and universities.

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The summary (topline) report of findings is available here.

First CASE Social Media Survey - Initial Findings

CASE Summit 2010, New York
July 19, 2010

Findings presented by managing partner Cheryl Slover-Linett at the annual CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) Summit For Advancement Leaders meeting on July 19, 2010 in New York City. We partnered with mStoner and CASE to conduct this study on how social media is managed, centralized and funded at the more than 56,000 CASE member colleges and universities worldwide.

To read the conference presentation of initial findings, download pdf »

The summary (topline) report of findings is available here.

Turn Your Data into Action - Data Mining Workshop

Arts & Business Council of Chicago
April 08, 2010

Turn Your Data Into Action is the onscreen presentation used by workshop leaders Cheryl Slover-Linett and Chloe Chittick Patton at the March 30, 2010 session, sponsored by the Arts & Business Council of Chicago. It covers which data arts and culture organizations should be collecting, how to conduct basic analyses, and how to link data to new strategies and tactics for audience development.

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New Research on Capital Campaign Financing

Association of Fundraising Professionals Conference
April 21, 2009

In early 2009, Slover Linett and Campbell & Company partnered to learn more about non-profits' strategies and experiences with their capital campaigns.  The study focuses on non-profits in the arts & culture, higher education, and health care sectors. Read the conference presentation to learn more. 
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Marketing Challenges for Higher Education

CASE V Conference
December 15, 2008

In 2008, Slover Linett Strategies and mStoner teamed up to investigate the top marketing challenges for the higher education field in the coming year.  Read the conference presentation to learn more.
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Beyond Diversity: Encouraging Cross-Cultural Arts Attendance

National Arts Marketing Project Conference
November 01, 2008

With colleagues from the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago and the Chicago Community Trust, we co-presented findings from our recent research into the motivations and benefits of “cross-ethnic” dance attendance. Download pdf >>

The Philadelphia Orchestra's Global Concert Series

National Arts Marketing Project Conference
November 01, 2007

Ed Cambron (VP of Marketing and Public Relations at the Philadelphia Orchestra Association) and Cheryl Slover-Linett presented on the Philadelphia Orchestra’s use of advanced technology to broadcast concerts live over the Internet.
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Market Research vs. Museum Evaluation

American Association of Museums Conference
May 13, 2007

Peter Linett presents at AAM on the differences and similarities between research and evaluation in the museum world. 
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Building and Maintaining Lifelong Relationships with Students, Alumni and Donors: The Role of Constituent Research

CASE V Conference
November 13, 2006

Cheryl Slover-Linett presnts how to create a market research plan in the university setting.  Partnering with Susan Faraone and Jamie Rosman from the University of Chicago, Cheryl gives examples of research plans and the three discuss pros and cons of the various ways to approach research.
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From Planning to Action

Visitor Studies Association Conference
July 29, 2006

Cheryl Slover-Linett leads a discussion about organizational planning and how to use research to inform change, including cases studies on Winterthur Museum & Country Estate, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Exploratorium.
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Thinking about Audience Research: Ten Dos and Don’ts

American Association of Museums Conference
April 29, 2006

Peter Linett leads a roundtable on audience research in museums.
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What Audience Research Can (And Can't) Tell You

American Association of Museums Conference
June 15, 2005

A discussion with Jerry Powell of Winterthur Museum & Country Estate and Peter Linett of Slover Linett Strategies.  
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Chicago Community Trust Excellence in Dance Initiative: Dance Audience Survey Findings

Dance/USA Conference
June 01, 2005

Findings and recommendations from a multi-phase research project on developing the audience for dance in the Chicago region. 
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