"Oh wow, you're right. They still have an H1 and an H3 that mention Denver Seminary by name. I guess it's too much to expect thieves to not be sloppy.
And I was using "you" in "your work" in the collective sense. :)"
"Officially, my cut off is 2%. But I test in Safari and Opera and those are both well below 2% for us. Most on campus computers are still running IE6. In the redesign I'm working on, IE6 gets a lot of the bells and whistles hidden from it, so…"
"I've admired your work since I first saw it on EduStyle. But there's a big thick line between looking for inspiration and straight up theft. I've seen plenty of clone sites in higher ed, but this is a blatant example. Unfortunately,…"
By title, this is an Associate Professor position. By responsibility, it's a program director position. "Essential Functions" include:"The successful candidate will direct the Web Design program and advise its majors, teach courses within its current curriculum, and make course changes that keep pace with new developments in technology and industry."Make of that what you will.This is the program I graduated from and I'd hate to see it suffer for lack of faculty or leadership. Full details can…See More
"This is a lot like the model I experienced at Tennessee Technological University. The "lab" you speak of was unofficially affiliated. It was the Technology Institute. We handled faculty training and support; special projects related to…"
"Wow. Thanks Mark.
Some of the general trends from the discussions on other forums show up at the Chronicle. I see other people talking about the catch 22 of "you must have a Masters to teach, but how do you get a Masters when there aren't…"
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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