Nov 12, 2016 | Conferences, Marketing, Web
Episode 74 welcomes Paul Gilzow, Apps Developer from the University of Missouri, who Jackie and Lougan recently spent some in-person time with at the recent Higher Ed Web conference in Memphis, TN. Paul’s presentation, “Access Denied: Keeping Yourself off an Attacker’s Radar,” was named best in track and best in conference. We chat about our conference takeaways, how physical distance can effect working teams, and the best places to get BBQ in Tennessee.
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Jun 22, 2016 | Communications, Conferences, Marketing, Social Media, Web
Episode 64 is so big, we brought on two guests! We talk with Tonya Oaks-Smith, Executive Director of Marketing and Communications at Henderson State University, and Colleen Brennan-Barry Assistant Director of Marketing & Community Relations at Monroe Community College. Colleen serves as the President of Higher Education Web Professionals Association and Tonya serves as the Chair of the HighEdWeb National Conference, and have lots to talk about when it comes to the upcoming conference! The HighEd Web gang will be heading to Memphis, TN in October, and we talk about food, fun, sessions, learning, and an exciting keynote announcement that nearly kills Lougan.
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Oct 9, 2015 | Conferences, Social Media, Web
It’s episode 39 and Lougan sits down with Lisa Catto, public relations specialist at Western Oregon University, and Chris Barrows, social media and mobile products coordinator at NYU. This episode was recorded IN PERSON at the 2015 HighEdWeb Conference in Milwaukee, WI. We talked a lot about past HighEdWeb Conferences and next year’s conference in Memphis, TN. I mention some of the sessions we talked about last week, while Chris and Lisa share their favorites as well. Chris was also nice enough to provide the technology used to record this podcast, so thanks to him for that! Check out his podcast in the links below.
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