June 28, 2012 10:26 am
by Ashley Budd
Rob Engelsman, Multimedia Content Specialist at Ithaca College, joins Admissions Live for a special recap of the 2012 HighEdWeb regional conference at Syracuse University. Rob and host, Ashley Hennigan, discuss session highlights and key take-aways from this year’s event.
Taken from the live broadcast, June 26, 2012.
Topics discussed during the LIVE broadcast include:
- HighEdWeb Annual Conference
- HighEdWeb Regional Conferences
- Conference Structure
- Keynote Speaker – Jill Hurst-Wahl
- Conference Speakers
- Highlights, Reactions, Take-aways
… and much more
HighEdWeb Annual conference – Milwaukee, WI, October Oct 7-10 #heweb12
Eppilogger of HighEdWeb Syracuse, #hewebsyr
HighEdWeb Regional – Little Rock, AR
Curtiss Grymala “Melts Brains” at Syracuse
Keynote: Impact of BYOD* on Higher Ed – Jill Hurst-Wahl
The 10 min Word Press Shortcode – Curtiss Grymala
This is Not a Facebook Session – Ashley Hennigan and Tanner Newcomb
Developing Content and Department Focus Suggestions with Google AdWords – Chris McCarthy
I Was Promised Mobile Learning (and Flying Cars*) – Andrew Smyk
Million Dollar Tweety: My Social Media Toolkit *Bonus Content* – Rob Engelsman
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