Did you miss the #HEW19 conference on June 5? Watch it on-demand!
The 2019 Higher Ed WEBSITES Conference was a really fun and engaging experience (check out the pics!) for all the American, Canadian and Australian schools in attendance – and you can now get it on-demand!
The 2019 Higher Ed WEBSITES Conference was full of fresh ideas, best practices, great takeaways in the sessions as well as the Q&A session – with all the speakers on screen – we streamed live on Facebook (totally unfiltered as you’ll see with the mix-up at the beginning)!
More coming soon!
Whether you registered for the live conference or get it now on-demand, you will also get access to an extra bonus session (the 13th one!) to be released on-demand this month – at no extra cost :)
Website Redesign Process: From Discovery to Information Architecture
Ryan MacDowell, Communications Strategist at MIT’s Teaching + Learning Lab (to be released on June 19)
How do you redesign a website to better support faculty, staff and administrators to create an educational environment where students are academically challenged and actively engaged? That’s what the MIT Teaching + Learning Laboratory went through over the past year. In this case study, Ryan MacDowell shares the internal process undertaken to establish and maintain clarity, while overcoming decision-making challenges during the discovery and site planning phases.
A conference focusing on higher ed WEBSITES?
The 2019 Higher Ed WEBSITES Conference is a must for higher ed web professionals and teams looking for inspiration, ideas and best practices to kick off their summer projects.
Read below what a few of your higher ed colleagues who attended the Higher Ed WEBSITES Conference say about the experience.