Category: Conference

Event marketers boast multiple skillsets — they have to be sophisticated marketers that can draw the right crowds, technologists that know how and which technologies to implement that will blow their event out of the water, and data scientists that know how to measure and act on to event data. Luckily there are a slew […]

Image credit: EDUCAUSE 2014 Are you still looking for that perfect conference to attend this year? Check out our top picks for this year’s events that are not to be missed. And for a complete list of all the marketing conferences in the U.S., see our master calendar. The best news, you still have time to […]

This year, we’re proud to be sponsoring one of our favorite annual conferences, HighEdWeb. We’ve been to quite a few EdTech conferences, and HighEdWeb consistently brings the sharpest minds in the higher ed technology sphere together. Our own Will Norris will be attending talks and walking the floors, so be sure to say hello if […]

Responsive web design and cheese hats. What more can you ask for at a work-related conference? Welp, Will Norris and I made our #thoroughlyjazzed trek to Wisconsin last week for High Ed Web and we were certainly not disappointed: we met lot of great people, we sat in on a keynote speech from the Mythbuster himself – Adam Savage , and […]

In anticipation of heading to HighEdWeb 2012 next week (wooo!!), Will Norris and I sat down to plan out our schedule. The event is packed with great presentations to attend and awesome people to meet, but we thought we’d break down what we’re looking forward to the most… First off, if you’re heading to the […]

If I had to sum up the excitement at EDUCAUSE this year, I’d use one word: Cloud. Almost every vendor in the exhibit hall is featuring a product that operates partly, or wholly, in the cloud. I attended a session outlining how an institution could develop a business case for using cloud services over developing […]

Come say hi! We’ll be roaming the halls chatting about software-as-a-service, cloud computing, social media and how it can all be leveraged at educational institutions. More information about EDUCAUSE.