No Such Thing As TMI: How to Create a Culture of Sharing Donna Talarico, Integrated Marketing Manager, Elizabethtown College We hear a lot about oversharing in this social media celebrity-mad age. See: Kardashian, Kim and Twitter. But when it comes to the web and your
The Future of Higher Ed? A Canary In The Coalmine of Online Learning Lori Packer,Web Editor, University of RochesterLori Packer has become an online adventurer. She’s taken her torch and wandered into the coal mine of online learning. So far, she’s been spared the fate
Reach Out and Touch Someone: Marshall McLuhan and the Tactile Web Aaron Rester, Senior Manager of Electronic Communications, University of Chicago Law School Aaron Rester’s session was not a “golden nugget” you could take home and work with right away (by his own admission). His
Securing the Open Source CMS Doesn’t Take a Dissertation Chris Wiegman, Web Developer, St. Edward’s University We are talking about protecting the brand not just the data. Open source does not mean amateur. Yet open source CMS systems are not designed to keep critical dates
I Don’t Have Your Ph.D. – Working with Faculty and the Web Amanda Costello, Web Content Strategist, University of Minnesota Amanda Costello works at the University of Minnesota and talked about “Ph.d people problems” Faculty are specialists – they do their jobs very very well
Rethinking the Virtual Tour: An Immersive Experience that’s More Than A Map John-Paul Takats, Web Analyst, Rochester Institute of Technology In Rethinking the Virtual Tour, John-Paul Takats, a Web Analyst with Rochester Institute of Technology Undergraduate Admissions, led us through the development of their virtual tour.
Everything You Know is Not Quite Right Anymore: Rethinking Best Practices to Respond to the Future (UAD2)
Everything You Know is Not Quite Right Anymore: Rethinking Best Practices to Respond to the Future Dave Olsen, Professional Technologist, West Virginia University, and Doug Gapinski , Strategist, mStoner If you’re participating in #heweb12 either in person, or via twitter, the web (Link!), instagram, etc.,
Education: Impacts and Transformations in the Social Media Era Martha Gabriel, Professor / writer, HSM Education Martha Gabriel is an engineer, postgraduate in Marketing and Design, holds a Master’s Degree in Art and is pursuing a PhD in Art. She is a leader and professor
Digital asset management (DAM) software isn’t for everybody, but if you’re in higher education,
chances are you have enough people, brand assets and marketing communications that it
should be a part of your regular Web workflows.
How UW-Milwaukee redesigned for the LAST time John Mills, Digital Designer, University of Wisconsin-Milwauke Sounds final. You know what they say, “never say never.” He sees what he does as being at the center of the combination art, science, and philosophy. 30k students. Centralized infrastructure
Mobile is so 2011. Make all your campus sites & apps look great on any device. Brett Pollak, Director, Campus Web Office, UC San Diego They are a mix of designers and engineers and run Hannon Hill CMS. 29k students. Most majors in social sciences.
Your CMS is the Elephant in the Room Jeff Abuzzahab, Web and Multimedia Lead, University of Minnesota Jeff Abuzzahab is going to tell us about the elephant in the room. Downton Abbey = HigherEd “don’t rock the boat.” Put people first and then content –
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.