20 Favorite Higher Ed Websites Selected by Peers

I asked the 12 higher ed web professionals who presented at the 2018 Higher Ed WEBSITES Conference (HEW18) to share their top 3 favorite higher ed websites. The resulting list featured 30 higher ed websites selected via this process. Everybody was allowed to include their own website in their short list. I have shared these […]

  • This was my first Higher Ed Experts conference, and I am very pleased. The conference provided quite a bit of useful insight and helpful information that I will be able to implement in the web content and social media strategy of my school.

    Erin Faulk, Washington & Jefferson College. Erin Faulk, Washington & Jefferson College,
    Higher Ed Content Conference Alum
  • Fantastic course! Going to make a world of difference for me and my operation as I seek to corral the chaos and create some structure/methods for how we work on the web at my institution. It’s all about metrics.

    Daniel Demmons. Daniel Demmons, Director of Web Design, Architecture and Services at Providence College (RI)
    Web Analytics for Higher Ed Course Alum
  • There were quite a few practical tips I was completely unaware of. I figured I would learn some conceptual ideas about Google Analytics from the speakers, but the practical tips and suggestions were incredibly helpful. I feel like I will be able to make beneficial changes to our campus Google Analytics configuration TODAY.

    Rob Knight, UC Santa Cruz. Rob Knight, UC Santa Cruz,
    Higher Education Analytics Conference Alum
  • We enjoyed the quick hits of ten minute sessions, enough to get ideas but not more than what can be absorbed in one sitting. The two minutes in between sessions gave my group a chance to talk about what bubbled to the top for each of us in each session.

    Elise Gold, Cornell University. Elise Gold, Cornell University,
    Higher Education Social Media Conference Alum

We enjoyed the quick hits of ten minute sessions, enough to get ideas but not more than what can be absorbed in one sitting. The two minutes in between sessions gave my group a chance to talk about what bubbled to the top for each of us in each session.

Elise Gold, Cornell University. Elise Gold, Cornell University,
Higher Education Social Media Conference Alum

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