4/04/2006

HigherEd BlogCon

HigerEd BlogCon is a month-long online conference chock full of ideas about using blogs and wikis in Higher Education. Most sessions appear to be screencasts that anyone can view over the web, and the website encourages people to comment on their site and blog about their presentations (for those who have a blog) . Each week in April will tackle a different topic:

April 3-7, 2006: Teaching

  • Blogs as personal learning environments
  • Curriculum development using a wiki
  • Legal issues in podcasting
  • And more

April 10-14, 2006: Library and Information Resources

  • Blogging and podcasting in libraries
  • Web 2.0/Library 2.0
  • Building an online research toolkit
  • And more

April 17-21, 2006: Admissions, Alumni Relations, and Communications & Marketing

  • Podcasts as a marketing tool
  • Alumni E-Networks
  • Blogging and podcasting for student recruitment
  • April 20 CASE Speaker Event: Online Annual Giving Strategies (paid registration required)
  • And more

April 24-28, 2006: Websites & Web Development

  • Legal education podcasting project
  • Taking control of HTML and CSS
  • Agile web apps
  • April 27 CASE Speaker Event: Podcasting News & Events (paid registration required)
  • And more


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Posted by Michael to resources at 4/04/2006 10:33:00 AM

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