HighEdWeb New England

March 18, 2016 at Mount Holyoke College

HighEdWeb New England: March 18, 2016

Registration is Open

Join your colleagues for a full day of presentations focused on the best practices in web content strategy, design, governance, social media, and web technologies for advancing the higher education recruiting and education missions.

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Registration Deadline: March 4, 2016
Registration Fee: $100.00
Registration includes morning refreshments, lunch, coffee, and snacks. Space is limited and HighEdWeb conferences are notorious for selling out, so register early!

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Our Keynote Speaker is Dave Cameron

Dave (@davecameron) is renowned among the higher ed community for inspiring better work habits, improving the higher ed web experience, and the wonderful complexities of being human. In 2014, he was awarded "Best of Conference" for his presentation at the HighEdWeb Annual conference.

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HighEdWeb Community

HighEdWeb New England brings together higher education professionals involved in all aspects of web communications – programmers, designers, content strategists, marketers, social media community managers, and news and public relations specialists. When it comes to the web, each of these positions overlap and build off of one another to create an effective, persuasive web presence. HighEdWeb is designed to bring these groups together to share knowledge, encourage best practices, and move our web communications to the next level.

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The Higher Education Web Professionals Association strives to advance web professionals, technologies and standards in higher education. The Association hosts an annual conference in October and has set up this series of regional conferences to allow more attendees to present, meet, and learn. The New England regional is reaching out to higher education institutions within New England (and beyond) to attend.

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