Learn about membership benefits, upcoming events and more from the 2019 HighEdWeb Association Update.
NOTE: As part of our sponsor agreements with Annual Conference sponsors, we occasionally post information provided by our sponsor-partners on their behalf. This is one such article. Thank you and enjoy! DubBot had so much fun at HighEdWeb 2018, that “Dubby” (as we affectionately refer to him) has decided to go all out for 2019. […]
NOTE: As part of our sponsor agreements with Annual Conference sponsors, we occasionally post information provided by our sponsor-partners on their behalf. This is one such article. Thank you and enjoy! In preparation for #heweb19, we sat down with marketing expert Brook Llewellyn Shepard from Mason Interactive to discuss higher education marketing. A founder and […]
NOTE: As part of our sponsor agreements with Annual Conference sponsors, we occasionally post information provided by our sponsor-partners on their behalf. This is one such article. Thank you and enjoy! Siteimprove is excited to be at the 2019 HighEdWeb Annual Conference. Visit us at our booth in the exhibit hall or join us for […]
NOTE: As part of our sponsor agreements with Annual Conference sponsors, we occasionally post information provided by our sponsor-partners on their behalf. This is one such article. Thank you and enjoy! Join Platform.sh and the University of Missouri at 10:45 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, for our session, “Herding a clowder of cats: how the University […]
NOTE: As part of our sponsor agreements with Annual Conference sponsors, we occasionally post information provided by our sponsor-partners on their behalf. This is one such article. Thank you and enjoy! There’s no question that current and prospective students are the most technically savvy cohort in history. During her presentation at HighEdWeb 2019, Kat Liendgens, […]
We love the title of our track, Supporting Our Students, because it captures a HUGE reason why we all do what we do as web professionals in higher education. Our goals are always user- and audience-driven, and a large number of users of our websites are undergraduate students. So this year, we are super excited […]
Eric Sembrat from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Matt Ryan from Carleton College are proud to introduce the Supporting our Audiences (AUD) track for HighEdWeb 2019. This track was re-imagined to feature sessions on why we do work for our end-users, focusing on user experience, web accessibility, and inclusive design. The selected speakers have […]
Take the most awesome thing you can think of, then put glitter on it. Now, add some unicorns and magic. That’s the Marketing, Content and Social Strategy (MCS) track this year. While the other tracks at the 2018 HighEd Web conference certainly won’t disappoint, we (Jeff Stevens and Jackie Vetrano, track co-chairs) can guarantee it. […]
Have you ever visited a restaurant and eyed the delicious options, unable to pick just one? Fretting over which one to pick and wishing you could have it all. Then you see it – the buffet. That glorious option where you don’t have to pick just one. The poster track at HighEdWeb is your conference […]
Each year at HighEdWeb, the Applications, Integration and Mobile (#AIM) track offers sessions that ensure you can make the most of your website application development skills and knowledge. We’re really excited about our sessions this year — we think they will provide insights and tools for all the members of our teams and communities. Take […]
It’s not often in our daily lives that we get to hear from somebody as accomplished (or knighted!) as Sir Ken Robinson, one of our keynotes at HighEdWeb 2018. In advance of the talk by this internationally recognized authority in creativity and innovation (and TED Conference rockstar) on Wednesday, Oct. 24, we had the opportunity […]
As seen in a previous episode, this year’s HighEdWeb 2018 keynotes include Manoush Zomorodi, an award-winning podcast host, author and relentless examiner of the modern human condition. To start getting hyped for her talk on Monday, Oct. 22, we asked her our customary 6 Questions, plus a bonus round. 1) One of your themes is how to […]
With every announced adjustment to a major social platform integral to social media managers and strategists, conversations turn to postulating what this change means for the work that we do. Yes, we must be nimble and cat-like in our approaches, but what does that actually look like in action? In this edition of ALL CAPS, […]
A day filled with speakers, connections, and warm Southern California sun await those heading to California Baptist University in Riverside, California, for HighEdWeb West on June 10, HighEdWeb’s last regional conference of 2016. The one-day conference features a rapid procession of presentations and 15-minute lightning talks covering topics including web, marketing and social media. Lunch […]
A NOTE from HighEdWeb: Recently, in service to our core mission “to advance web professionals, technologies and standards in higher education,” HighEdWeb has entered into a partnership with WPCampus, a community dedicated to the use of WordPress in higher ed (more on that partnership soon!). We’re excited to share the below message from our friends […]
Eight tips to jump start your social community.
HighEdWeb New England, Call for HighEdWeb Board Members
By Doug Tschopp Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small unregarded yellow sun. Orbiting this at a distance of roughly ninety-two million miles is an utterly insignificant little blue green planet whose ape-descended life forms aspire to be university presidents. The […]
What #heweb12 sessions or workshops are members of the Link staff most excited about? Find out after the jump.
Michael Hostad dishes on what to expect at this year’s conference, what not to miss in Milwaukee and what he and LL Cool J have in common.
Inside: #heweb12 is sold out; We need bloggers for #heweb12; Regionals report from #hewebAR and #hewebSYR; Belonging to HighEdWeb
Does Instagram live up to the hype?
Pinterest: valuable tool for higher education?
If you take the time to add a sufficient level of detail to your campus using Map Maker, your visitors and campus community will likely be able to find their way around even if they didn’t to go to your website first.