If we think about how we go about our daily tasks of creating and maintaining our institutions’ websites, we may realize we’re a little more science-minded than we expected.
I found support to persevere in my task; it was like hearing an inner voice telling me I can do this –except it wasn’t an inner voice, it was real people encouraging me by tweets.
Govern or be Governed! or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Mob with Pitchforks David DeMello, Director of Web and Digital Strategy, Cornell University – ILR School David DeMello, director of web and digital strategy at Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations is an old-school web guy, working on the […]
Websites Featuring User-Created Content in Drupal Dwight Nagy, Assistant Director of Web Communication, The College of Wooster Dwight Nagy at Wooster is telling us about his Drupal 6 deployment of Wooster Headline News WHN. WHN | Wooster Headline News What began as a text only daily email blast containing pages upon pages of repetitive content needed […]
#uwrightnow: Integrating your social, web, editorial and marketing networks John Lucas, Social Media Manager, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Nick Weaver, Director of Web Services, University of Wisconsin-Madison What do you get when your boss tells you to pull together a “new huge enterprise multimedia project,” in just about two months? The communications staff at the […]
Inbound School Marketing: Is Your Website Helping the Bottom Line? Kyle James, CEO, nuCloud What is the purpose of your website? According to High Ed Web veteran Kyle James CEO of @nuCloud and founder of @eduGuru, it’s all about marketing. “Marketing is the single most important function of your website,” says James, “Fundamental changes in how we […]