The Office of the Web at Teachers College is seeking a web site developer to help execute important projects and initiatives. Working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment, members of the the web office team are rapidly building websites and implementing new technologies. A qualified candidate will assist the Associate Web Editor with site development, content editor trainings, and HTML email development.Responsibilities:Develop and manage web content in the TC Content Management System (TC-CMS)…See More
Hi,My college is looking for some assistance with integrating XML feeds to print document via InDesign. Are there any schools currently doing something like this? Also, any recommendations of vendors who could assist?Thanks!PaulSee More
"I think this is a nice way to approach discussing branding :
Although it isn't necessary for every University of Denver Web page to look exactly the same, visitors to the site benefit from consistency. They expect sites that convey the…"
"When it comes to social media, I think the first struggle is to ask what kind of policy you're looking for... acceptable PERSONAL use of social media, or OFFICIAL use (in the name of the department/college/etc). And then for the latter,…"
"i think part of the sticking point is athletics. there are rules and regulations on what can and cant be publicized when it comes to student athletes, and thats from ANY official department, not just the athletic department. We had a…"
"We have a social media policy, but it's still in draft format (and has been for almost a year), so it isnt available right now. Seems that legal and the various interested parties cant come to an agreement on what is and isnt…"
Hello,I'm in charge of information systems at SUNY Orange, but our budget isn't currently allowing us to hire a full-time web developer, so I was looking for outsourced solutions that other institutions can recommend. We have a few PHP/MySQL applications, and will be shortly moving to OmniUpdate as far as general content management. We also have a Luminis portal.Any suggestions?Thank you in advance.ArturSee More
"I would support using LinkedIn for this group (and have confirmed that I am a member over there). Generally I follow highered topics/people on twitter, but long-range/complicated discussions are impossible on that platform. A combo of…"
"Emergency Alerts for OU Campus allows you to communicate with students, staff, and the community with custom website announcements. When time matters most, make sure your website is the go-to place for info."
"This is the first time I have been here in a long time. Selfishly, I would hope that you would be able to continue the site, but I understand realities. As I re-acquaint myself, I'm seeing a lot of value in what you have tirelessly built.…"
"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…"
"I was a recent addition and did not find too much activity here that I could leverage but LinkedIn does seem to be the logical destination. Perhaps there is interest here and you can crowd source the migration. Migrating the content could…"
"I would be very sorry to see this resource go. I am just a one person shop at my college and feel quite a alone as far as anyone understanding the complexity of what I do. It's a wonderful thing to see people facing the same challenges I face…"
"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…"