Starting this year, the Academies and the Annual Conference are breaking up. But don’t worry. This is a mutual parting of ways, and it’s a chance for the Academies to be better than ever.
Nikki Massaro Kauffman is a unique combination of front-end developer, multimedia specialist, and educator. She will bring her experiences from Penn State University and present at the 2019 Technical Academy. It’s a two-day deep-dive, immediately before the HighEdWeb Annual Conference, that helps web developers build better
Karlyn Borysenko is principal for Zen Workplace, and she will be presenting at the 2019 Leadership Academy. It’s a two-day deep-dive, immediately before the HighEdWeb Annual Conference, that offers leadership training to web leaders and managers. Leadership isn’t something reserved for individuals in the C-suite —
Interested in a HighEdWeb Academy but unsure of how to sell it to your boss? Our academies provide deep dives into one of three topic areas – leadership, technical/development, or content strategy + user experience. Held immediately before the annual conference, the programming features cohorts
The Content/UX Academy helps participants learn to research, plan and build content strategy based on user experience, best practices and analytics. On Saturday, October 20, Amy Grace Wells will communicate the difference between user goals and business goals in an intimate, hands-on workshop. Amy Grace is a
We are seeking volunteers to help with Academy event planning and alumni outreach. We’d love your help.