Tag Archive | "Conferences"

In Other HeWeb09 News…

In Other HeWeb09 News…

By now most of you who were following HighEdWeb know all about the infamous heweb09 keynote and heckling.  I’m not going to address that.

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eduWEB Takeaway: It’s About the People

eduWEB Takeaway: It’s About the People

When Robin Smail and I were asked to do our Twitter Me This? presentation for eduWEB, we looked at the schedule.  Looked like the talented like Aaron Rester would be covering twitter and Matt Hertzberger would be covering social media until Robin and I got to the after-lunch bunch.

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Twitter: WIIFM? Ask @TechSmith.

Last week at Penn State’s Web Conference, I was reminded once again of the value of Twitter.    If you are following Mark Greenfield, you may be thinking this is another blog post about the #smsummit; it is not. (Sadly, I missed his session to present a workshop on screencasting.)

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Bonus Social Media Story: Show Me Yours and I’ll Show You Mine!

Bonus Social Media Story: Show Me Yours and I’ll Show You Mine!

If you were not part of #hewebcornell (HighEdWeb Regional Conference at Cornell), you may have missed some good conversations around social media, including the .eduGuru crew’s own social media stories.  But you didn’t have to miss it.  The power of social media is that people from anywhere could have been following along.

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Offline Campaign Tracking: Presentation Clickthrough Comparison

Offline Campaign Tracking: Presentation Clickthrough Comparison

So if you have been reading this blog for any amount of time you know that in the last quarter of 2008 I made the Higher Education conference circuit presenting at HighEdWeb, Stamats, and Case V.  At each of those conferences I presented on the subject of Web Analytics.  As I told people at each [...]

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Reflections on HighEdWeb Conference 2008

What an absolutely incredible, all consuming, information packed, community ran, communication filled conference.  The crew in charge of HighEdWeb put together an absolutely incredible conference with a wonderful group of people and you can tell in the atmosphere that it’s kind of like a gigantic family.  Winning “Best in Track” honors for my Hello is [...]

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