I wanted to spread the word about a new site that launched on Friday called EDUniverse (www.eduniverse.org). It's a great centralized place to keep up to speed on blog posts and presentations from our higher education peers all over the web. The site is a great resource for finding new, relevant and interesting higher ed related content, discovering other higher ed folks to Twitter, and just keep up with what's going on in the industry. I…See More
"The College of William & Mary has a "Social Stream" that is an aggregator of our Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube updates http://social.wm.edu/. This was implemented simply using the RSS feeds available from each social…"
"One of the best ways I'm aware of is YouTube Direct http://www.youtube.com/user/Direct. It allows users to submit videos to you which you can then approve and use for your projects. In YouTube/Google's words:
The Front End Developer is part of a team that provides development, analysis of websites, web-based applications, and web-based services in support of the work of the Johns Hopkins University Office of Communications and reports to the Director of Digital Strategy.The primary duties and responsibilities of the job include:Works at high programming and creative level, demonstrating proficiency in interpreting graphic visual or interaction designs using modern web standards and technologies…See More
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The Amherst College Library seeks a talented programmer to help develop and maintain systems and tools supporting digital asset management, digital scholarship and publishing, and digital preservation. Amherst College has profoundly transformed its student body in terms of socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and nationality, among other areas. Today, nearly one-quarter of Amherst’s students consists of Pell Grant recipients, and many more are first generation students; nearly half of our students…See More