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#TIE11—E-Expectations: How Online Expectations Change for Today’s Prospective Students and Parents

College and universities’ website, email, and social media strategies dominated discussion Tuesday afternoon at the HighEdWeb17 session titled, “E-Expectations 2017: How Online Expectations Change for Today’s Prospective Students and Parents.” Presenters Stephanie Geyer, Gil Rogers, and Lance Merker walked attendees through highlights of the 2017

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Clamor for Grammar: Lightning Talk

Jill Weaver of Brown University’s lightning talk opened with a question: Who cares? Is it only uptight people who care about commas and those common questions of who/whom, that/which? In her 10-minute talk, she highlighted why we all should care, focusing on two main points:

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MPD10: Planning for Emergency Campus Communications

Adam Arrowood of Georgia Institute of Technology was tempted to end his HighEdWeb 17 presentation after one slide. Even though his topic, “Planning for Emergency Campus Communications” is a serious one, his message can be distilled simply: Have a plan Test that plan Don’t let

#LIT12 Building A Student Social Media Team

Lougan Bishop, web and digital media manager at Belmont University, kicked off our first ever lightning talk at HeWeb – talking about cultivating student teams. At Belmont, the “Boulevard Team” is a structured team which assists Bishop with content planning and creation, monitoring and moderating

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DPA2 – All the Nuggets IRL

The session should be mandatory not only for first time attendees but also for old timers like myself. We all come to this conference with the hope to take away something we can actually implement back at our workplaces. We hear about the “Golden Nugget”

Other Duties as Assigned: Developing a Podcast

Serial. Invisibilia. S-Town. Missing Richard Simmons. Podcasts have exploded as a new way to consume stories and information, and Jackie Vetrano of Skidmore College decided to dive in. This is Skidmore is the award-winning podcast now nearly 2 years and 30 episodes old, and Jackie