The HighEdWeb Annual Conference is created by and for higher education web professionals who want to explore the wide range of unique web issues facing colleges and universities. We know how important professional development is in our ever-evolving industry, and we believe that HighEdWeb 2016 this Oct. 16-19 in Memphis, Tenn., will be one of THE best investments you can make to hone your skills and broaden your knowledge.Register by the September 16th…See More
HighEdWeb is very pleased to announce our outstanding 2016 Annual Conference keynote speakers: Kimberly Bryant, Aspen Institute Fellow and founder of Black Girls CODE, and LeVar Burton, actor, director and educator.We’re also excited to share our full presentation schedule, which includes more than 70 presentations given in 7…See More
The HighEdWeb 2016 Annual Conference call for presentation proposals ends in just ONE WEEK, on March 28th. Don't delay in submitting your proposal for a 45-minute track session, poster, or pre- and post-conference workshop.Our profession is always growing, and we are looking for a wide variety of presentations on what makes the Web, the Web: front-end development, content strategy, graphic design, mobile apps, social media, digital marketing, coding, online learning and teaching, student…See More
The Higher Education Web Professionals Association is very pleased to announce that we are now accepting presentation proposals for the HighEdWeb 2016 Annual Conference, scheduled for October 16-19 in Memphis, Tenn.HighEdWeb 2016 is the conference BY and FOR higher education Web professionals who want to explore the unique Web issues facing colleges and universities. Our profession is always growing, and we are looking for a wide variety of presenters and…See More
We’re thrilled to share that the HighEdWeb 2015 Annual Conference schedule is live! http://2015.highedweb.org/schedule/This year we’ll be gathering in Milwaukee, Wis. on October 4-7 to learn from a stellar lineup of speakers, with 70+ sessions in six tracks. There is something for everyone: programmers, strategists, developers, designers, content creators, social media managers, and everyone in between!Session tracks…See More
The Higher Education Web Professionals Association Board of Directors is the governing body of the Association, working to create and manage policy, coordinate business issues, and manage the growth and prosperity of HighEdWeb. The Board meets monthly to discuss updates and issues, and works to lead various Association initiatives year-round.There are several open Director spots, due to growth and natural term expiration, and so HighEdWeb is now inviting nominations. Nominations (of yourself or…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 President of the Higher Education Web Professionals Association, and to sit on the Associations Annual Conference Committee.
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"Hi Mark, in line with many others who have posted, first a big thank you for providing this resource for so many years. I was a keen reader of it and occasional poster a good few years ago. And I loved my Website Hero mug until I dropped it and had…"
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"I wouldn't feel necessary to stick with Ning if the cost isn't a burden. Facebook, LinkedIn, and Slack are all satisfactory options in my opinion. Slack is a great option for more instant communication, and you'll probably find a lot…"
"Thank you Mark, this has been an invaluable resource - particularly for seeing how our cohorts at other institutions approach the problems we all face.
But, as many people have said today, I haven't visited in a while. I think that's…"