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What’s up in higher ed this week?

Karine Joly has published a weekly email newsletter (on Wednesday mornings) since December 2008.

Check out this week’s selection of articles, blog posts and news stories, carefully curated to help higher ed digital professionals like you keep up with what matters!

Top 5 most popular articles according to the Email Newsletter Subscribers

12 Favorite Tools for High Ed Web Pros
From 12 HEW19 Conference Speakers

Is it time to panic about the future of higher ed?
From Mike Richwalsky

Why you might not need a DSLR
From Raquel Russell

U-M Social Media Senior Social Intern Signing Off [Including UMich Video Be Kind, Rewind]/a>
From Julia Ross

2019 Higher Ed Horizon Report [REPORT – PDF]
From Educause

Other News

2019 Higher Ed Content Conference: Watch on-demand with 3 extra sessions released in May
From Karine Joly

Higher Ed Web talks with Ryan Dee, Senior Web Designer/Developer at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln
From Karine Joly

Higher Ed Web talks with Jason Buzzell, Director of Digital Communications at the University of Nebraska at Omaha
From Karine Joly

Sizing Up Twitter Users [REPORT]
From Pew Research Center

News and updates announced at Day 1 of F8
From Facebook Official Blog

Facebook redesigns app and website around groups and IRL connections
From Mashable

Facebook Messenger will get desktop apps, co-watching, emoji status
From TechCrunch

Should You Switch to an Instagram Creator Profile?
From Later Blog

Privacy UX: Privacy-Aware Design Framework
From Smashing Magazine

Creative Commons launches its search engine out of beta, with over 300M images indexed
From TechCrunch

41% of voice assistant users have concerns about trust and privacy, report finds
From TechCrunch

Missed last week’s newsletter? Instagram Quiz Stickers, Content Strategy, #HigherEd Hero Banner, Info Architecture
From Karine Joly

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