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:
Hi,We're currently evaluating two content management systems - Drupal and Concrete5. We're very familiar with Drupal and also like the appeal of Concrete5, but know that Concrete5 isn't widely used. Is anyone here using Concrete5? I'd greatly appreciate any insight that can be shared.Thanks so much!Sarah GagneThe Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical PracticeSee More
NewCity (a web design agency that specializes in higher ed) is doing some research on how web teams at higher ed institutions manage their websites. We want to find out what works for real situations and real people. We’re asking our previous clients and contacts in higher ed to consider participating, and we'll share the results so that we can all (anonymously) learn from each other. Feedback could also end up in a presentation of…See More
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HighEdWeb is very pleased to announce our outstanding 2016 Annual Conference keynote speakers: Kimberly Bryant, Aspen Institute Fellow and founder of Black Girls CODE, and LeVar Burton, actor, director and educator.We’re also excited to share our full presentation schedule, which includes more than 70 presentations given in 7…See More