Less than two weeks left to submit your HighEdWeb 2014 proposal

Speaker gives HighEdWeb 2013 conference presentation.The clock is ticking…

Less than two weeks remain for you to submit your HighEdWeb 2014 proposals for both the 45-minute conference presentations and the poster session. The online submission system will close at midnight April 4.

We accept proposals for presentations covering a broad range of topics related to higher education and the web — from accessibility to programming to design to marketing, and more. Review last year’s conference schedule for presentation examples.

Don’t delay; submit today!

Get registration-ready

Mark your calendars – HighEdWeb registration will open April 1! We recommend registering early, as spots fill up quickly. Plus, register by July 31 and you receive the #heweb14 early-bird discount — a savings of $125.

And don’t forget: While you’re in Portland, you can also register to attend one of our professional Academies Oct. 18-19. There are three in-depth programs from which you can choose: Leadership, Integrated Marketing and Technology. Academy registration opens April 1.

HighEdWeb Regionals – Coming to a city near you!

Can’t wait for October? A HighEdWeb Regional is coming to city near you this spring and summer:

Submit your proposals today – we can’t wait to read them!

HighEdWeb 2014 now accepting presentation proposals

2013 Red Stapler WinnersHighEdWeb needs your help to make 2014 our best conference yet: our 2014 call for presentation proposals is now open!

Share your insight at HighEdWeb 2014

We are now accepting proposals for both 45-minute conference presentations and poster session participation. All proposals should be submitted online by April 4.

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. We encourage presentations covering a wide range of topics related to the Web and higher education:

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

View the HighEdWeb 2013 schedule for presentation examples. All HighEdWeb presenters gain recognition, build their CV/resume and earn a $100 discount off conference registration.

Make plans to attend HighEdWeb 2014 Oct. 19-22

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.

Conference registration opens in early April; be sure to take advantage of the special early-bird discounted registration prices, good until July 31. And pro tip: it’s never too early to book your room at our host hotel, the Hilton Portland and Executive Tower!

Go in-depth at our 2014 Academies

Kick-start your HighEdWeb 2014 experience with a pre-conference Academy. Joining our popular Leadership Academy are two new options for 2014: an Integrated Marketing Academy and a Technical Academy. Stay tuned for more details on these three great professional development offerings; registration opens in April!

Can’t wait for October?

Check out our upcoming Regional Conferences in Pittsburgh, Rhode Island, Michigan and South Carolina for some additional professional development right in your area!

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.

HighEdWeb 2013 Wrap Up

Thank you all a fantastic HighEdWeb 2013 and for building this experience with us; as we’ve said over and over, you ARE HighEdWeb, and we’re so proud of what we’ve accomplished together. A quick overview of what happened while we were in Buffalo, by the numbers:

  • 700+ web pros attending
  • 45 states represented
  • 10 countries represented
  • 70+ presentations given
  • 12 intensive half-day workshops held
  • One Hackathon for one great cause, by 70+ participants
  • Two days of Leadership Academy completed
  • 16,100+ Tweets posted
  • 3 times as a national Twitter trend

All of that adds up to one fantastic conference by and for higher education Web professionals!

The event may be over but you can go back and relive Buffalo any time you like:

  • Download a copy of our stunning HighEdWeb 2013 program, created by the LINK staff: http://2013.highedweb.org/2013program.pdf
  • Many presentation slides are available via the HighEdWeb website  – click the session title for a description and links to materials.
  • Our own LINK Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals provided outstanding recaps & coverage of conference sessions & events.
  • Our incredible closing keynote by Scott Stratten won’t be soon forgotten, and Association Members can now view the video via our Members’ site. Red Stapler (Best of Track and Conference!)  presentations and other videos are also coming soon for HighEdWeb members; watch Twitter and Facebook for updates.
  • Check out our images and clips on Flickr, Instagram, and YouTube, and be sure to search for our official conference tag, #heweb13. (And feel free to upload and tag your own memories, too.)

And don’t forget to mark your calendars for HighEdWeb 2014 in Portland, OR!