I constantly bury myself in bookmarks in web sites and blogs dealing with what we do and our industry, that I'm never able to have enough time to read them all :P What are the top 5 or even 10 sites/blogs that you visit regularly? Thanks!See More
Sorry for such a delayed response! To answer your question, we created our online catalog, in-house through custom web page design and structure form creation, and importing our course listing and description via PowerCampus. It's a…"
We just went live with our dotcms website. I would be interested in understanding your approach to the online catalog using dotcms. Was the catalog capability built, or was it a separate purchase, or something…"
Sorry about the late response; for some reason I didn't get notification that you responded :P
Actually Richard (of Picture5) reached out to me through my LinkedIn account (he saw I worked on dotCMS) and was looking…"
Picture5 is a startup company in the social media industry located at 48 Wall Street, New York.We are seeking experienced and highly motivated Software Engineers for our development team to enable us to deliver these solutions in a dynamic and highly interactive team environment using dotCMS (www.dotcms.com). The individual in this position will have responsibility for interacting with business management and product engineering team to analyze, design and…See More
Hello,My institution is trying to sync web donations directly into Raiser's Edge. I found IATS, CyberSource and Blackbaud Merchant Services all to be providers that integrate with RE. It would be great to find one that allows for the creation of a donation web page... Has anyone used any of these systems for RE? I'd like to weigh the pros and cons of each system before reaching out for further information. Thanks in advance for your helpful insight!Courtney See More
"I was supposed to be responsible here for putting together a simple storefront for some alumni products, and build tools for event registration. But the problem was the way the system was set up internally, it didn't differentiate between item…"
"We have been with OmniUpdate (OU Campus) since 2012. One of the reasons we chose OU: When I talked to universities about their CMS, in person or by phone, everyone who was with OU sounded happy. Really happy. And I feel the same.
Hello,We are looking for a new third-party vendor to replace our current merchandise ecommerce platform.Here's our current site:http://www.marylhurstshop.com/Our bookstore manager thought cafepress.com might be a good solution.Can you recommend any others?Thank you,KarenSee More
"The discussion we've had around it so far concerns communications prior to as well as once the "business relationship" with the student has ceased, such as Recruitment and Alumni Relations activities. Since these activities occur in…"
"Hi Michael -- Do you have any links to recent articles, posts, or PSE policy documents that put CASL in the PSE context?
I find that when I discuss CASL with various departments, a common first reaction is that it 'doesn't mean us'.…"
How have Canadian post-secondary schools dealt with complying to CRTC's anti-spam legislation that is coming into effect this July? Are all out-going bulk messages managed centrally?Are all your list-servs centralized?What services are you using?Any social media implications, such as promoted posts through Facebook?Thanks.See More
"We've identified the domains we want to follow, such as .education (released at the end of March), .college, .university, and .sucks (I'm serious on the last one). The last three listed are still in the evaluation phase.
APPLY AT: https://jobs.pepperdine.eduThe Interactive Designer supports Pepperdine's integrated marketing communications efforts aimed at strengthening the brand, elevating national reputation, improving recruitment, and building engagement through creative design across media including web, mobile, broadcast, print, and events.DUTIES: Directly support the creative communications needs of the University through the development and execution of integrated…See More