Bestselling author, social influencer and motivational speaker Erik Qualman highlighted the #HEWEB19 Wednesday, Oct. 16, activities. Author of five well-known books on digital leadership — including “Socialnomics” and “What Happens on Campus Stays on YouTube” — Qualman has brought his message to 53 countries and reached more than 30 million people — now including our […]
“You find something in your life that interests you, and then you pursue it.” -Sir Ken Robinson Ken didn’t think he would ever find himself in education. He began his closing keynote by asking the audience, “how many of you wished that you’d have a career in higher education at 15?” Not many. That’s because we […]
Entrepreneur, author, podcaster, and journalist Manoush Zomorodi is on a mission to make technology more relatable. And she brought it to HighEdWeb in Sacramento. “I want to empower people to understand technology to the point where they feel like they have autonomy over it,” she said in a talk that dove into some of her […]
Felicia Day Demonstrates to #heweb17 That She is Indeed The One Who’s Cool. Storify by Dave Tyler Wed, Oct 11 2017 15:42:06 Felicia Day Demonstrates to #heweb17 That She is Indeed The One Who’s Cool. Entrepreneur, actress, singer, writer, and web series creator Felicia Day told a packed house at #heweb17 about how she was […]
Twitter collection from Monday’s keynote #HEWEB17 @TanjaDzambaz
“I believe that literacy is the birthright of every single human being, no exceptions.”
Scott Stratten (sometimes better known as @unmarketing) totally rocked when he spoke at HighEdWeb 2013 in Buffalo. He returns for HighEdWeb 2015 in Milwaukee with a keynote talk at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7, and will be joined by his wife and UnPodcast partner Alison Kramer. Link Chief Editor Tim Nekritz recently had the opportunity to ask […]
How much “funny” should colleges and universities be trying to deliver to their audiences? On a scale of Ned Flanders to Krusty I’d say Barney Gumble. You’re so many people’s favorite nerd. Who is yours? Neil deGrasse Tyson. Or John Hodgman. In your self help book “The Nerdist Way: How to Reach the Next Level […]
How are schools treating women in technology disciplines today, versus when you were at Purdue to earn your doctorate? This is an interesting question. And there are several ways to answer it. First of all, we can all count the numbers. There weren’t many women in the MS Computer Science program, and then I went […]
Mythbusters Host Adam Savage was the keynote presenter at HighEdWeb 12 in Milwaukee. We’re capturing his talk, and the social media reaction to it, in this story. [field name=code]
Chris Wilson – #heweb11 Storify by Lacy Tite Tue, Oct 25 2011 18:12:56 Chris Wilson – #heweb11 Chris Wilson, of Google, shares some fascinating insight on the history of web programming, old school video games, and “magic” that we make with technology. alanariley@alanariley And @cwilso from Google takes the stage! And of course the squirrel. […]
Shawn Henry – #heweb11 Storify by Lacy Tite Tue, Oct 25 2011 19:15:42 Shawn Henry – #heweb11 meredith_tweets@meredith_tweets Love that the #heweb11 conference keynote is about accessibility! Mon, Oct 24 2011 18:13:36 ReplyRetweetFavorite Six Questions with Shawn Henry – #heweb11 Keynote | Link: The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals Shawn Henry focuses her personal […]
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.