We are a HigherEd consulting and development firm specializing in content management and elearning solutions to colleges/universities. We might be able to help you out if you can provide some more…"
We are working on a very custom elearning solution and I'm looking for recommendations of consultants who can help us identify the right technology solutions for this project. Any guidance or feedback would be greatly appreciated. See More
My office (interactive media) creates sites for all the various offices and departments in the university (we're also in the middle of a university wide web redesign). For each department we recommend at least 1 web content manager…"
"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
Posting specificationsOpen to all qualified candidatesCampus LocationDuluth, MNJob TitleWeb Applications and Systems Developer/AdministratorJob GroupStaffJob SummaryThis position is responsible for effectively implementing and administrating the College’s web applications utilizing appropriate tools to assist the College in achieving its strategic initiatives.Key Results/ResponsibilitiesRequired Qualifications- Bachelor’s degree or comparable technical certification, training, and experience.-…See More
"Drupal has some strengths for larger sites, and has a strong a code-centric culture that seems to be a good fit for many universities looking at open source. I especially like the 'Types and Views' approach to displaying content chunks,…"