Fall is certainly prime time for the best in higher education conferences. With HighEdWeb and EDUCAUSE already in the bag, this week the spotlight turns to the Stamat’s Integrated Marketing: Technology Conference, aka #simtech10. And while the conference is seriously not to be missed, there are probably a lot of folks out there who simply won’t be able to make it to Vegas this week.
But what if I told you you could still experience Stamats live and in real-time?
I’m very excited to announce that Higher Ed Live, the weekly web show I host about the world of higher ed, has partnered with the fine folks from Stamats to stream a series of the conference presentations across the two day event. On Thursday and Friday of this week you’ll be able to tune in live at https://bit.ly/higheredlive and watch select presentations as they happen. While the schedule - still being finalized - is subject to change, you can expect to see the following presentations:
Thursday, Oct. 21
“Aux armes, citoyens!” The Higher Ed Social Media and Web Revolution
Karine Joly, web marketing expert, independent blogger and writer
10:15-11:30 a.m. PT
Mayor of Your Domain: Geosocial Media, Augmented Reality and Higher Education
Tim Nekritz, Director of Web Communication and Associate Director of Public Affairs at SUNY Oswego
3:15-4:15 p.m. PT
Friday, Oct. 22
Web Analytics Strategy: Answering the Right Questions (for higher ed)
Jessica Krywosa, Director of Web Communication, Suffolk University, and Rick Allen, Manager, Web Content, Babson College, and Principal, ePublish Media
8:15-9:15 a.m. PT
Panel Discussion: How to Create an Effective Social Media Policy
9:15-10:15 a.m. PT
KEYNOTE SESSION: Neuro Web Design: What Makes Them Click?
Susan Weinschenk, Author, Neuro Web Design: What makes them click?, Chief of User Experience Strategy, Americas, Human Factors International
This is a really exciting opportunity for folks within the higher ed community to get a firsthand look into one of the best industry conferences in the world. I strongly encourage you to tune in, join the conversation and just have fun with those of us in attendance!
For up to the minute info on where and when we’re going live, follow Higher Ed Live on Twitter or ping me directly at @Sethodell.