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Don’t Make Me Tweet at #heweb10 – The Video

After last years Great Keynote Meltdown the HighEdWeb conference committee was very was in tough position to choose a keynote speaker for the 2010 conference.  They changed it up bringing back some of their best presentations from the past few years (thank you for choosing me to come back and represent with my Web Analytics [...]

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#heweb10 - HTML5 Design

#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??

#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

#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

#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

#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

#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

#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

#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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Homepage Centerpiece Survey

At HighEdWeb 2010 in Cincinnati I will be giving a presentation on the role and strategy surrounding centerpieces on home pages in higher ed. This information will be used in a 100% anonymous manner to reinforce and inform certain points that I will be making. The information you provide will be extremely helpful in ensuring [...]

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