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Here’s How to Make Conflict Productive

Mike Powers wants you to use your imagination. “Picture this,” he started his best-of-track session titled “If They Would Just Listen to Us.” “The phone rings in a busy office. The person answers. A professor is on the line. He has a picture of his

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Erin Supinka Shares the Key to Understanding Everything

Presented by Erin Supinka, assistant director of digital engagement at Dartmouth College Erin Supinka is a big believer in context. “Without context, we can’t understand the full story,” she said during her session HighEdWeb in Sacramento. “Context helps us understand everything else.” What followed in

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