The Higher Education Web Professionals Association (HighEdWeb) is an international organization of web professionals working at institutions of higher education. We design, develop, manage and map the futures of higher education websites. Our community is active all year round and comes together at our Annual Conference to learn, share and network. HighEdWeb also runs a series of master-class intensive Academies in the areas of integrated marketing, leadership, and technical development, as well as sponsors smaller, targeted regional events around the United States and hosts the LINK Online Journal.
Why HighEdWeb Annual Conference
The HighEdWeb Annual Conference is the conference created by and for higher education Web professionals. It offers four days of high-quality presentations, internationally recognized keynote speakers and outstanding networking events – all at an affordable rate. From web developers, marketers and programmers to managers, designers, writers and all team members in between, HighEdWeb provides valuable professional development for all those who want to explore the unique Web issues facing colleges and universities.
Code of Conduct
The HighEdWeb community is awesome. And we want it to keep on being awesome for everyone. We want to remind everyone of what we know you already know: HighEdWeb is dedicated to working toward a harassment-free community and conference experience for everyone, regardless of factors such as sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, nationality, culture, class, age or faith. Learn more about our Code of Conduct.
- Sven Aas, Mount Holyoke College — chair
- Colleen Brennan-Barry, Monroe Community College — marketing and communications
- Sara Clark, Missouri State University — academies; finance
- Chris D’Orso, Stony Brook University — accessibility
- Joel Goodman — design (digital)
- Dan Laird SUNY Oswego— A/V
- Tonya Oaks Smith, Henderson State University — sponsorship
- Lori Packer, University of Rochester — program chair
- Anne Peterson — photography; safety and inclusion
- Sarah Ryder — vice-chair
- George Sackett, St. Louis Community College — volunteer coordination
- Jeff Stevens, University of Florida Health — design (print)
- Tom Wojciechowski, Daemen College — vice-chair; registration; giveaways
- Jason Woodward — technology