Category Archives: 2011 Conference

HEWEB11 Wrap-Up

Much like the live music that made its host city famous, High Ed Web 11 jammed, from the early early morning till the early, early night. For four solid days.

How To Break Things Really Good #heweb11

View Presentation Description and Presenter’s Bio. John Boyd from North Park University (@octothorp) started with a bang, or blow, by encourging us to “tap into your inner vandal”. Breaking things when you test is good (yes, GOOD!). This session was packed with helpful tips. Personally,

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Rethinking the Login #heweb11

View Session Details and Presenter’s Bio. What’s the problem?  Secondary and tertiary audiences — alumni, parents, prospects — can’t remember how to login.  Passwords, usernames, etc. We don’t login often enough to remember.   You don’t let us choose our identity. We’re not on campus to

On your mark, get set, mobile!

View Presentation Description and Presenter’s Bio. Photo by adropp, Flickr. Tiffany Broadbent, a Web Programmer with Creative Services at William & Mary, and Doug Gapinski, the Creative Director at mStoner, presented on the challenges and opportunities in mobile site delivery in higher education. Opportunity Mobile tech