What is HighEdWeb Pittsburgh?

HighEdWeb Pittsburgh is a regional conference, bringing together web professionals working at institutions of higher education. Web communications professionals of all stripes — designers, developers, social media specialists, marketers and more — gather to learn, share, network and grow.

The HighEdWeb organization hosts an annual conference in October, and this is a smaller, shorter conference to attract attendees in the western PA region and surrounding area. The HighEdWeb Association’s mission is: “To advance Web professionals, technologies, and standards in higher education.”

HighEdWeb Pittsburgh is sponsored by the Higher Education Web Professionals Association.

Where and when is HighEdWeb Pittsburgh happening?

Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at Pittsburgh Technical Institute
1111 McKee Road
Oakdale, PA 15071
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Who should attend?

Presenters and attendees for past HighEdWeb conferences come from public and private colleges and universities of all sizes, are housed in a great variety of departments, and hold diverse titles such as Web developer, marketing coordinator, programmer/analyst, graphic designer, director of Web communications, information services librarian and beyond. If you work in higher education and work with any part of the Web, this conference is for you.

How do I register?

Registration for HighEdWeb Pittsburgh is now open.

How can I sponsor?

If you’re interested in sponsoring this event please let us know.

How do I keep up with the latest conference information?

Keep checking this website for more information. Follow announcements made by @HighEdWebPitt and the official conference tag #hewebpitt.

Will there be a pre-conference or post-conference meet-up?

There will definitely be a conference meet-up. We’re still working out the details and it will be announced in March.

Who runs HighEdWeb Pittsburgh?

The regional at Pittsburgh Technical Institute is being coordinated by a team of higher ed web folks who work in institutions throughout the western PA region.

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