Hello, This is not really a web question, but our Institutional Advancement department is looking to set up "text to this number to donate" service. Are you aware of any companies/providers that would help us set this up?Thank you.ArturSee More
Hello,I'm looking for a user level database management tool that's easy to set up for use with multiple instances/sets of tables. I have used Nennius for a while, but it lacks features such as a rich text editor, and it's user/role management approach is somewhat awkward. I'm not ready to roll out a full-blown CMS yet, but just need something to offer to end users to be able to update certain tables in the database without having to write custom web apps for each individual use/set of…See More
"I've looked at several solutions over the last six months, including various editions of WebEx and a free offering called Dim-Dim. While we haven't settled yet, I'm personally attracted by Dim-Dim because it's inexpensive,…"
Have you attended one of HighEdWeb’s regional conferences, or heard the great buzz about the regionals, and thought that your institution would be an ideal future conference host? Then we invite you:Submit a proposal by June 30 to host a 2014 HighEdWeb regional.“Planning a regional event, while work-intensive, gives both planning committee members and conference attendees an incredible…See More
"As Annette said, it depends on why you're doing it. What are the problems that need to be solved, and what are the outcomes that can be measured? I'm planning to switch to a CMS from not having one this coming year, and most of our issues…"
"For our global header nav, I've been tracking every click as an event in Google Analytics for several months. It's pretty clear now which links are popular and which are being ignored. I also use Crazy Egg to see clicks on the current…"
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