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Turn Data into Actionable Insights with Amy Grace Wells

The Content/UX Academy helps participants learn to research, plan and build content strategy based on user experience, best practices and analytics. On Saturday, October 20, Amy Grace Wells will communicate the difference between user goals and business goals in an intimate, hands-on workshop. Amy Grace is a

Sir Ken Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson announced as #heweb18 keynote

The HighEdWeb Annual Conference is known for hosting the BEST presenters, and we are proud to continue this tradition with our HighEdWeb 2018 Wednesday keynote speaker: Sir Ken Robinson! An internationally recognized authority in creativity and innovation, in education and business, Sir Ken Robinson (@sirkenrobinson)

HighEdWeb Association

HighEdWeb announces new board members

The Higher Education Web Professionals Association (HighEdWeb) is pleased to welcome three new members to its Board of Directors: Lisa Catto, Western Oregon University Lisa Catto has managed Western Oregon University’s social media and media relations since 2005. She developed the university’s social presence back

Sara Clark

HighEdWeb welcomes Sara Clark as Operations Director

The Higher Education Web Professionals Association has named Sara Clark as operations director for the association. Clark will coordinate the day-to-day operations of the association and its volunteers. Clark has been a long-time supporter of HighEdWeb. She chaired Annual Conference planning efforts in 2008 and

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Sometimes the Best Advice Is to Shut Up and Listen

This article originally appeared on CampusSonar’s BrainWaves blog. Sometimes the toughest thing to do in social media is not to say anything at all. You know the urges. Someone said something about your school. A dean somewhere opens their Facebook account for the first time

HighEdWeb Association

Announcing call for HighEdWeb Board nominations

In 2006, the Higher Education Web Professionals Association first incorporated as a non-profit professional society devoted to its mission: we strive to advance web professionals, technologies, and standards in higher education. In the more than 10 years since, the Association has grown and evolved as

HighEdWeb Association

HighEdWeb announces new board members

The Higher Education Web Professionals Association (HighEdWeb) is pleased to welcome two new members to its Board of Directors: Lacy Paschal, Vanderbilt University Lacy Paschal has been at Vanderbilt University since 2008 and currently serves as executive director of digital strategy for the University. Lacy

HighEdWebHartford illistration by Michelle LoGerfo

HiPPOs and silos and turtles, oh my!

We here at Link have loved Michelle LoGerfo’s doodles for a long time, and this year we asked her to try to sum up #heweb17 in a picture. We know that’s a hard task, but she was up to it. You’ll see references to lots

2017 version of purdue.edu

Using data to define cool at Purdue University

It’s always fun when you receive less-than-specific guidance on mission-critical campus projects, especially related to the web. At HighEdWeb 2017, Martin Sickafoose from Purdue University showed us that even something as nebulous as “make the website cool” can be accomplished through data-driven, strategic decisions. A

Geyer speaking during her session

#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