The web team from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga shares a playbook for hiring, training, mentoring and more.
Tips for dealing with ‘Con Drop,’ finding your golden nugget and settling back in.
Patrick Kelly demonstrates AI tools and the ways higher ed can use them (or not)
In their Best of Conference-winning presentation, Mackenzie Huber and Whitney Tabbert share a six-part rubric for making your website more usable in 5 minutes flat.
Rebecka Hall of Old Dominion University talks academic program pages.
Robust information architecture (IA) is grounded in user research and strategic planning. Jessica Schillinger shares best practices for user-centered website design.
An open letter to the HighEdWeb community.
Learn how the University of Georgia’s web services team sped up deployments in this partner article from Pantheon for the 2023 HighEdWeb Annual Conference.
Learn how to give an award-winning conference presentation from HighEdWeb Red Stapler honorees.
Workspaces Revealed is a recurring column that gives a peek into the spaces and places HighEdWebbers do their magic. In this edition, we meet Genevieve Howard from the University of Missouri. Genevieve Howard has almost two decades of experience in higher ed web, from writing HTML code to content strategy and editing. At the University […]
Toolkit is Link’s roundup of tools and tips to help get you through the workday. In this inaugural edition: whiteboard animations, testing content for screen readers, and a midday art oasis.
Two US Government Agencies Address Online Accessibility in Higher Education: Are Regulations Next?
As HighEdWeb continues to work through its strategic plan, we are excited to welcome new volunteer leaders to the Board of Directors to help us achieve our goals to bring our work to more higher ed professionals.
Help honor a great friend and mentor — and ensure Tonya’s legacy for many years into the future.
As we mourn the loss of a remarkable leader and loyal friend, we also reflect on everything Dr. Tonya Oaks Smith gave to our community.
Stories educate, unite, give purpose and connect. Learn how to tell great stories in higher ed marketing in this partner article from Hannon Hill for the 2022 HighEdWeb Annual Conference.
Aaron Knight, associate director of web services for the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, became HighEdWeb’s president in November and will serve in this role until May 31.
Writing accessible web content should be a priority for everyone. During a morning session on day one of the HighEdWeb 2022 Annual Conference, Sean Barnhill and Sofia Perez from Missouri State University College of Business provided a helpful overview of how to create more accessible content. This session focused on readability, and I’m going to […]
By artfully and strategically pairing words and images, colleges and universities can tell meaningful stories, said Shannon Lanus, senior director of content at Carnegie. Drawing from her content designer expertise and background in film/TV development, she shared actionable information and ideas for great digital storytelling during her session at the HighEdWeb 2022 Annual Conference. Digital […]
Andres Zapata from idfive dives into how neurodesign can inform UX and design. Learn more in this partner article for the 2022 HighEdWeb Annual Conference.
Universities and colleges shouldn’t ignore the importance of factoring voice search into their digital marketing and SEO strategies. Learn more in this partner article from Terminalfour for the 2022 HighEdWeb Annual Conference.
Premion shares research about using connected TV (CTV) advertising to reach prospective students in university marketing. Learn more in this partner article for the 2022 HighEdWeb Annual Conference.
Higher education websites are a vital part of the student recruitment process. Yet as a so-called “living” and evolving digital asset, there may be aspects that are not always fully optimized, inclusive or accessible. Learn more in this partner article from Monsido.
Derek Jackson will open the HighEdWeb 2022 Accessibility Summit with a keynote, “The Forest Through the Accessibility Tree.” Link caught up with Jackson — a Digital Accessibility Developer with Digital Accessibility Services at Harvard University — about the focus of his presentation and how technical details can help us understand the larger accessibility picture. Why […]
The HighEdWeb Accessibility Summit is coming up soon – this Thursday, July 28. This all-day event is packed with presentations, quick poster sessions and even a trivia competition. Our incredible sponsors, Dubbot (platinum), Equalize Digital (platinum), Localist (gold), Monsido (gold) and Terminalfour (gold) make this day possible, so please make sure to stop in and […]