View Session Description and Presenter’s Bio Feel like your school’s news sites are out of control? Vanderbilt University did. They got the chaos under control by using WordPress, Lacy Tite told an audience at HighEdWeb 11. VU found itself posting a single story to multiple
Shawn Henry leads the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) education and outreach activities promoting Web accessibility for people with disabilities.
Chris Wilson talks about web development, Google TV and Cake v. Pie.
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E-Expectations 2011: The Online Expectations of Prospective College Students and Their Parents #heweb11
View Session Description and Presenter Bio Photo by trudeau, Flickr. In February 2011, Noel-Levitz called 1,089 high school seniors and 517 of their parents. They asked them about how parents and students are different in their use of e-recruitment, how they are using mobile, how are
View Presentation Details Photo by Ambrosio Photography, Flickr. Forget the other 99 percent for the moment. Are you part of the 91 percent? The 91 percent of schools that don’t have a mobile website yet, according to recent data from West Virginia’s Dave Olsen. WIlliam and