FAQ

What is HighEdWeb New England?

HighEdWeb New England is a regional conference for web professionals within higher education, encompassing a range of positions from systems and programming to marketing and communications, and anywhere in between. The HighEdWeb organization hosts an annual conference in October, and this is a smaller, shorter conference to attract attendees in the New England region and surrounding area. The HighEdWeb Association’s mission is: “To advance Web professionals, technologies, and standards in higher education.”

#hewebNE 2014 was sponsored by the Higher Education Web Professionals Association and Johnson & Wales University, Providence.

Where and when is HighEdWeb New England happening?

HighEdWeb New England 2014 took place on Friday, April 25 at Johnson & Wales University, Providence, RI

Who runs HighEdWeb New England?

The 2014 regional at Johnson & Wales University was coordinated by a team of higher ed web folks who work in institutions throughout New England.

I work with the Web via marketing/admissions/alumni/etc — should I still attend?

Absolutely! Presenters and attendees for past HighEdWeb conferences come from public and private universities of all sizes, are housed in a great variety of departments, and hold diverse titles such as web developer, marketing coordinator, programmer/analyst, graphic designer, director of web communications, information services librarian and beyond. If you work in higher education and work with the web, this conference is for you.

How do I register?

Registration is closed.

Was there a pre-conference meetup?

Yes! We enjoyed hors d’oeuvres and social time at Trinity Brewhouse from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, April 24, 2014.

How do I keep up with the latest conference information?

Keep checking this website for more information. Follow announcements made by @HEWebNE and the official conference tag #hewebNE.

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