HighEdWeb is pleased to announce that registration for the second HighEdWeb Leadership Academy is now open.Designed to broaden perspectives and advance the leadership abilities of Web professionals working in higher education, this intense program offers interactive learning experiences in a small group setting. Join us Oct. 5-6, 2013 in Buffalo, NY (in conjunction with the…See More
HighEdWeb is excited to announce a new 2013 conference feature: the Closing Keynote!That's right, #heweb13 has TWO keynotes: one to be held early in the week (& to be announced), and one to send us off with final words of inspiration the morning of Weds. Oct. 9. We're thrilled to announce that our 2013 Closing Keynote speaker is author & speaker Scott Stratten, president of Un-Marketing (…See More
There's just one short week left to send in your HighEdWeb 2013 presentation idea! The #heweb13 call for proposals closes next Friday, April 12; don’t miss your chance to present at one of the best professional development events of the year.http://2013.highedweb.org/proposals/HighEdWeb 2013 will be held in Buffalo, NY from October 6-9, and is the annual conference of the…See More
It's that time!We're very pleased to share that the HighEdWeb 2013 Annual Conference call for proposals is now OPEN. HighEdWeb is recognized as an outstanding conference due in large part to the great, innovative presentations it offers – presentations given by you and other higher education Web professionals. We encourage presentations in multiple formats and covering a wide range of topics related to the Web and higher education. Presenters at HighEdWeb gain recognition, build their…See More
Hi, friends. Today, T. 7/31, is the last day to register for HighEdWeb 2012 (Oct. 7-10, Milwaukee WI) at the discounted early bird rate. Sure, we'll keep registration open as long as there are seats available but when you register during the early bird period (aka by the end of today), you save $125 off the full conference rate.And what do you get with your registration? Each attendee receives:Entrance into our keynote with maker,…See More
I am Assistant Director of College & Community Relations at Monroe Community College in Rochester, N.Y., where I am in charge of Web communications and strategy. As an active, enthusiastic member of the higher education Web community, I am constantly looking for new ways to put my skills and experiences to work for my College and our users. I am also honored to serve as Vice President of the Higher Education Web Professionals Association, and to sit on the Associations Annual Conference Committee.
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"Hi Kimbel -- Does you manual process include a checklist and workflow documentation?
If not, it sounds to me like checklists and schedulers are your best next steps. You can structure and document what you do now, and then look at it to see if there…"
We're conducting our annual survey on Facebook and Admissions. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at:http://www.varsityoutreach.com/FacebookSurvey/Our GoalOur goal is to explore trends related to how schools are using Facebook to reach out to prospective and admitted students.How Is the Data Used?All data will be shown in the aggregate. Answers from individual schools will not be released and will remain…See More
"wow thats amazing article .
your stuff never fails to amaze me
honestly . great work as always :D
something i would like to add in is that
the entries each year are rapidly increasing .
but i think thats cause they take the…"
Stony Brook University web team is looking for some help coding a new design. HTML5, CSS3, JQuery, Responsive Design expertise needed. If you are interested in bidding on this project, I am happy to share more details. Work would need to begin early summer. ..LynnSee More
First of all, apologies for taking so long to respond! Secondly, I am not your web developer for such an issue, but if you can find someone to pick their brain and use as a sounding board, it may be all you need. In the past, when I…"
I know you've been tasked with finding a software solution, though I'm wondering if you may need an interim step first: Does your institution have checklists covering all of the steps needed in on-boarding, relocating, and…"
I've been tasked with finding a software tool that helps manage the onboarding and exit process of new and departing faculty. Ultimately i would like this software to management faculty office interms of when resources can be removed from a particular office and when a new faculty member can be moved in with the necessary resources. This tool should have notifications and alerts so there are no conflicts with someone being removed from a office and someone being placed in a office. Does anyone…See More