The call for proposals closed last week and registration is now open! Register Now » Why register for edUi? Get to know your web brethren from higher-ed, libraries, and museums. Intimately sized conference (approx. 250 people). Practical sessions focused on skill building. World-class presenters. Learn tips and tricks for crafting … Continue reading »
A big “Thank You” to everyone who submitted a proposal to speak at edUi 2014. The Call For Proposals is now officially closed and the Program Team will begin evaluating the proposals. We expect to announce the full conference schedule in May.
Here’s the final featured speaker announcement and we may have saved the best (or at least most fun) for last. A Brief History of Tomorrow Futurism was one of 20th century America’s most important commodities. It was mined for domestic consumption and proved to be one of the nation’s … Continue reading »
This is the third and final edUi 2014 workshop we have to announce. Greg Rewis will lead a full-day workshop on how to build your first mobile app. Please note this is a full-day workshop that will take place alongside our two half-day workshops (Content With Clout and Site Design … Continue reading »
We’re pleased to announce another edUi 2014 keynote presentation. This one comes to you from Adam Connor, Experience Design Director at Mad*Pow. Keynote Details Discuss Design Without Losing Your Mind Getting feedback from clients, teams, and stakeholders can be terrifying. We’ve all had our designs berated during painful meetings that … Continue reading »
We’re pleased to announce another edUi 2014 half-day workshop. This one comes to you from Colleen Jones, Principal at Content Science and author of Clout – The Art and Science of Influential Web Content. Workshop Details Content with Clout: Making Your Content Influential Your organization is respected. Your website has … Continue reading »
We’re pleased to announce the first workshop offering for edUi 2014. Site Design One Piece at a Time Long-time edUi organizer Curtiss Grymala is teaming up with Boon Sheridan to bring you a workshop that promises to revolutionize your site design process. They’ll show you ways your institution can rethink … Continue reading »
Planning for edUi 2014 is well underway and we’d like your help crafting the conference program. We’re interested in hearing from previous attendees as well as those who haven’t joined us in person yet. Couldn’t attend because of scheduling conflicts? Travel distance? No hard feelings; your input helps us increase … Continue reading »