Get your HighEdWeb 2014 presentation proposal ready for Feb. 17

HighEdWeb2014 badgeSharpen your pencils and dust off your thinking caps. It’s almost HighEdWeb presentation proposal submission time! All presentation proposals can be submitted online (no No. 2 pencil required) for HighEdWeb 2014 beginning on Feb. 17.

Let the brainstorming begin!

HighEdWeb is nationally recognized as an outstanding conference due in large part to the great, innovative presentations it offers – presentations given by you and other outstanding higher education Web professionals.

So, round up your coworkers and get to brainstorming on what you can share this year! We encourage presentations in multiple formats and covering a wide range of topics related to the Web and higher education, including:

  • Accessibility
  • Apps
  • Coding
  • Content strategy
  • Mobile
  • Marketing
  • Online education
  • Professional development
  • Programming
  • Social media strategy
  • Technology in education
  • Usability
  • Web design

Track session vs. poster session

HighEdWeb offers several ways for you to be involved as a presenter (and to begin your quest for the elusive best-of-track Red Stapler Award):

  • Track sessions at HighEdWeb are 45-minute presentations organized into six themed tracks.
  • Presenting in our poster session gives you the opportunity to visually share a project, application, service or tool simultaneously with other presenters.

All presenters at HighEdWeb gain recognition, build their CV/resume and earn a discount off conference registration. View the HighEdWeb 2013 schedule for presentation examples.

Meet us in Portland

Mark your calendars and plan to join us in Portland, OR, Oct. 19-22 for HighEdWeb 2014, the conference designed by and for all higher education Web professionals – from programmers to marketers to designers to all team members in between – who want to explore the unique Web issues facing colleges and universities.