Hundreds of higher education Web professionals head to the HighEdWeb conference each year to learn the latest and greatest in our exciting and ever-changing industry—that is, what is happening right now. And faster than we can master these new skills, we return “home” to our
If you believe the futurist Raymond Kurzweil, humanity is entering a phase of it’s existence where technology will start to merge with our humanity at a downright dizzying pace. In his book “The Singularity is Near” Kurzweil envisions a future where humans live forever, we’ll
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.
Just like HighEd Web, Link, The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals, is for you and by you — so we’ve got lots of ways to keep you connecting with, and participating in, this year’s conference!
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.
I love higher education. But like any relationship, what originally attracts and enchants can later be irritating and disappointing.
Things move at the speed of light in Higher Ed. No, really.