Volunteer to help the eduWeb team in Boston and attend the conference for FREE.We have two positions available:eduWeb Support Staff -- help prepare for the conference by organizing inventory of presenter and vendor print materials, assembling information packets, assisting vendors with any requests and more. The support staff also handles registration, arrangement of displays and exhibits and all aspects of interaction with the conference attendees and presenters.Social Media Assistant - tweet,…See More
I have attended both and you truly can't go wrong with either. I am however on the eduWeb support staff so it is closest to my heart. I found that HigherEdWeb is more technically oriented (at least it was when I attended several years…"
Desktop support and networking, training, Cascade Server support
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Office of Web Services
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Supporting and training Web clients - many of whom choose to use Cascade Server to manage content on their Web sites. IT Manager specializing in desktop support, networking, database management. Php newbie.
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