Author Archives | Lacy Tite

Lacy Tite - who has written 10 posts on .eduGuru.

Lacy is a web developer for Vanderbilt University (Go 'Dores!) in the  University Web Communications office (which is responsible for the Vanderbilt homepage and all top level pages - as well as providing development, design, content management, communication strategy assistance to the entire Vanderbilt community.)  Follow Lacy: twitter | VU project blog | delicious


#heweb10 - One Map to Rule Them All

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

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#heweb10 – One Map to Rule Them All

For developers - maps are often overwhelming, very time consuming and under-appreciated. It doesn't have to be that way -- you can have a centralized map that is easily created and maintained.

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#heweb10 - Evolution of Forms

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

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#heweb10 – Evolution of Forms

TPR / 10:45am / Tuesday Alex Kingman, Purdue University Another great presentation from one of the guys from Purdue.  (Aside …last year was my first year at HighEdWeb — and I was the only one from my school;  the group from Purdue took me into their group and we hung out the entire conference. It [...]

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#heweb10 - HTML5 Design

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

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#heweb10 – HTML5 Design

There are 90 elements in HTML4 … amazing how much we have been able to accomplish wish so few building blocks. As we have grown and new needs have arisen - we have tried to write semantic code, using proper elements - but we really need more options! Introducing ... HTML5!

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#heweb10 - Wait … WordPress can do that??

Monday, October 11, 2010

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#heweb10 – Wait … WordPress can do that??

APS / 4:15 pm / Monday Mike Richwalsky, John Carroll University Jesse Lavery, Allegheny College Full house for this session — lots of people already using wordpress; lots of interest in role management, ldap auth, caching.

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#heweb10 - Providing More and Using Less with Caching

Monday, October 11, 2010

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#heweb10 – Providing More and Using Less with Caching

TPR / 3PM / Monday Jason Fish @jasondfish, Purdue University 800 visitors to your site at one moment in time… without caching …. means 800 database calls and returns of data.

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#heweb10 - How I learned to stop worrying and love the semantic web

Monday, October 11, 2010

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#heweb10 – How I learned to stop worrying and love the semantic web

Four Design Patterns - or How I learned to stop worrying and love the semantic web TPR / 11:45 am / Monday Brian Panulla @bpanulla

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#heweb10 - Learning to love the API

Monday, October 11, 2010

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#heweb10 – Learning to love the API

TPR / 10:45am / Monday Gabriel Nagmay. Portland Community College Google maps - you can build out basically any type of map you need with kml, XML - open maps where people can submit locations

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#heweb10 - Sharing Local Data to Improve University Decision-Making

Monday, October 11, 2010

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#heweb10 – Sharing Local Data to Improve University Decision-Making

Sharing Local Data to Improve University Decision-Making TPR / 9:30 AM / Monday Kevin Lavelle and Rob Liesland, Xavier University

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#heweb10 - CSS for Mobile Devices

Monday, October 11, 2010

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#heweb10 – CSS for Mobile Devices

CSS for Mobile Devices & Presenting Content to iPhone TPR Track / 8:30 AM / Monday Justin Gatewood, Victor Valley College

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#heweb10 Conference Welcome & orientation

Sunday, October 10, 2010

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#heweb10 Conference Welcome & orientation

5:09 tour of facility after this session; conference staff in red shirts or past conference shirts

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