Host Jeff Stevens @kuratowa and a panel of HighEdWeb: Florida attendees discuss their experiences at the conference and in the wider world of higher ed web work. When not hosting Higher Ed Live, Jeff works as the assistant web manager for UF&Shands, the University of Florida’s Academic Health Center. He handles information architecture, content stratgey, and usability for the six colleges, five hospitals, and numerous clinics and centers.
Olivia Ann Hurst @k_olivia_ann is the social media specialist for The University of Southern Mississippi, where she plans, executes and monitors social media content and strategy for the primary social media accounts of Southern Miss. She is also a resource for units on campus interested in maintaining their own social media presence.
James Young. James is the senior web designer for the University of Florida’s Academic Health Center, where he pushes pixels into interfaces that balance beauty with functional requirements.
Kate Valdovinos @gvillesalads is a program assistant and large animal client relations liaison for the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine, where she plans web and social media content and strategy for the Animal Hospitals.
Aaron Knight @farktal is a web developer for the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, where he maintains ESF’s web presences and builds information systems for public web content.
Taken from the live broadcast April 25th, 2013
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