At Link, we’re striving to bring some of the things that make HighEdWeb special into our pages: great content, cooked up by incredibly knowledgeable folks, delivered with a heaping dollop of humor.
Link covers topics ranging from Applications and Standards to Social Media to Design to Programming, so whether you’re a web developer, social media expert, marketing manager or something in between, you have expertise that’s valuable to the HighEdWeb community.
If you’d like to contribute to Link — and we hope you do — please take a moment to learn what we love and what disgruntles us.
We publish content—articles, videos, audio, etc.—on a variety of topics, including applications and standards (think: technical propeller hats), design, management, marketing and social media.
While we don’t publish content that’s appeared in other journals, if your submission is accepted, we welcome cross-posting your submission on a personal blog after it’s been published on Link.
In most cases, we respond to your submissions within four weeks; please feel free to follow up with us if you haven’t heard from us after that time.
- The Active Voice
- Multiple sources used to strengthen an article’s premise and point of view
- Engaging, articulate writing
- Humor and wit
- Articles that are less than 1,000 words long (doesn’t mean we won’t publish longer ones but brevity is the soul of wit, and all that.)
- A keen understanding of the HighEdWeb audience
- New ideas and formats: break outside of the box!
We are disgruntled by
- The Passive Voice
- Too many conjunctions
- Overly technical language (except for “propeller hat” articles)
Questions? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to do more?
Are you an design star? An editrix? Great! We’re always looking for behind-the-scenes assistance on our design and editorial teams. Drop us a line at email@example.com and let us know where you’d like to pitch in. Including your resume and/or your LinkedIn profile wouldn’t hurt, either.