Missed the #heweb16 conference? Check this selection of slides, posts & resources

October 19th, 2016 Karine Joly 7 Comments

2016 High Ed Web Conference

The Big #heweb16 Recap

I didn’t make it to the HighEdWeb Conference this year, but I did follow the #heweb16 backchannel on Twitter & read the posts about the conference sessions published by the excellent team of bloggers from LINK, the journal of the HighEdWeb Association.

So, I’ve compiled this big list of the slides I was able to find so far as well as the posts from LINK and notes from conference attendees.

I will update this page as more slides are published, so please if you presented and posted your slides on Slideshare or any other slides web service, leave the link in the comment so I can update this post.

Best presentations at 2016 HighEdWeb Conference by popular vote

Shall We Play a Game? Gaming the System, When the System Is Your Learning Management System by Nikki Massaro Kauffman (BEST OF TRACK)

LINK POST: Shall We Play a Game? Gaming the System, When the System Is Your Learning Management System

Fienen’s Totally Topical, Terrific Tutorial to Tag Manager by Michael Fienen (BEST OF TRACK)

LINK POST: Fienen’s Totally Topical, Terrific Tutorial to Tag Manager

S.I.F.T. Through Your Content For Accessibility by Justin Gatewood (BEST OF TRACK)

LINK POST:S.I.F.T. Through Your Content for Accessibility

Explain your work! 5 public speaking skills you can learn now by Genevieve Howard (BEST OF TRACK)

LINK POST: Explain Your Work! 5 Public Speaking Tips You Can Use Now

Access Denied: Keeping Yourself off an Attacker’s Radar (BEST OF TRACK)

“Mike’s an Idiot” And Other Ways a Responsive Shop Changed Recruitment in 2016 by Melissa Dix and Bill Mortimer
(BEST OF TRACK)
LINK POST: Gone Idea Fishing: A Creative Problemsolving Tacklebox

Selection of slides from the 2016 HighEdWeb Conference

Events in Stereo: How to help your events and campaigns succeed by Tiffany Broadbent Beker

That is Not My Job: Why Teamwork Matters by Robin Smail

You Broke It, You Bought It: Using Site Redesigns to Foster Culture Change by Tim Senft

Redesigning Your Site for a Better User Experience by Sylvia Nicosia

Get Hooked on Integrations with GitHub by Christopher Thomas

Train the Trainer: Tips for Enhancing Employee Learning

Stop Repeating Yourself: Modularized WordPress Development

Hello from the Other Side: Painful Lessons Learned from a Website Redesign by Lisa Catto

Getting it Right: What Really Matters to Students In Social Media Communities by Corie Martin

Nailing Pinterest: It’s Not All Wedding Dresses and Desserts by Jackie Vetrano

“No, YOU’RE Crying”: How Two Schools Turned a Cinderella Experience into Social Media Gold by Chris D’Orso and Meaghan Fikes

Is This Hashtag Really Necessary: Taking the Plunge into Twitter Chats by David Tyler

Explain your work! 5 public speaking skills you can learn now by Genevieve Howard

Learning to COPE at XU by Greg McMullen

Defeating Content Zombies: What “The Walking Dead” Taught Me About Web Governance by Tim Nekritz

Building a Better (Campus) Map by Aaron Knight

One Size Fits None: Remaking a College Site for a Content Hungry Generation by Christopher Jones and Ardis Kadiu

The Making of a Web Team by Jennifer McFarland

Inside the Black Box: Open Source and Higher Education Systems by Logan Franken

Shall We Play a Game? Gaming the System, When the System Is Your Learning Management System by Nikki Massaro Kauffman

Must-read blog posts published on LINK

I know how hard it is to blog a conference while attending it – and this year again, the LINK team has done an amazing job. So, you definitely need to read ALL their posts.

Levar Burton Takes #heweb16 Twice as High

Keynote Speaker Kimberly Bryant: Let’s Redefine the White Male Geek’s Norm

Git For The Stubbornly-Resistant Organization

That. Is. Not. My. Job.: @robin2go on Why Teamwork Matters

Hello from the Other Side: Painful Lessons Learned from a Website Redesign

One Size Fits None: Remaking a College Site for a Content Hungry Generation

Share Human: The Value of Sharing Beyond Authenticity

The Web is Not a Project : How to Effectively Manage Your Web Operations

Events in Stereo: How to Help Your Campus Events and Campaigns Succeed.

Nailing Pinterest: It’s not all Wedding Dresses and Desserts

At Your Service: The Next Generation of Offline Websites

Agile: Not Just for Developers Anymore

Project Management: The Musical

Nested Content Strategy: Adding Layers to Rally Content Teams

360-Degree Video: We Live In The Future

Stop Repeating Yourself: Modularized WordPress Development

How Two Schools Turned a Cinderella Story into Social Media Gold

It’s Made of People! A Strategic Approach to Dynamic Web Content Personalization

Easy, Affordable Digital Signs with WordPress

Defeating Content Zombies: What “The Walking Dead” Taught Me About Web Governance

Getting It Right: What REALLY Matters To Students in Social Communities

One Cool Thing Everyday

The Next Generation: Post-Millennial: What Is Next?

Self-Updating Social Media-Driven Digital Signage

The Who, What, Where and When of Accessibility

Give it a REST: Using the WordPress JSON REST API

Access Denied: Keeping Yourself off an Attacker’s Radar

Rethink Reuse with Web Components

From dining halls to determinants of student success: A roundup of #heweb16 posters

Pics or It Didn’t Happen: How to Get the Most from Your Photos and Videos

50 Case Studies Later, Have We Learned Anything? Running an Internal Web Agency at Stanford

We Can All Do User Experience

Gone Idea Fishing: A Creative Problemsolving Tacklebox

S.I.F.T. Through Your Content for Accessibility

Shall We Play a Game? Gaming the System, When the System Is Your Learning Management System

Still Slacking Off

Is This Hashtag Really Necessary? Taking the Plunge into Twitter Chats

Snapchat, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Snap

Beyond SEO: Writing Findable Content (MCS5)

#heweb16: a reflection

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Check out the speaker line up and the program of the 4th Annual Higher Ed Social Media Conference (Nov 30, 2016) – no travel required for this one :-)

Higher Ed Social Media Conference

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