Some of the presentations from HighEdWebDev have been posted.
(I’m impressed: they had these up by Friday. Last year it took about 8 months.)
Here are some notes (actually, I think the guy was transcribing the presentations…) including some sessions that aren’t posted yet, plus Steve Krug’s keynote (“It Sucks to Be You: An Inspirational Keynote”).
FYI, the best-ofs were:
CSD1: Born to Be Wired: Technology, Communication, and the Millennial Generation
CTP3: Conversion to Web Standards
MEA4: Web Team Success in the Campus Environment
TPR6: Maintaining Your Web Site with Lenya
SHO5: Making Do When the Web “Team” Is You (as previously discussed…)
…and the best poster session doesn’t have any materials online (the poster was hand-drawn! on cardboard! with markers!) but it was about Gnosh.
The Lenya session was also best of conference overall; it should be online
but the PDF is AWOL.
One excellent session I went to
is not linked up yet but is online:
CTP8: Getting the Resources You Need
HighEdWebDev doesn’t post the 4-hour workshops, because you pay for those separately, but one I went to is online: Web/Human Interfaces.
Ha! I’m glad you liked my poster. I wanted to make something fun that caught people’s attention, and I guess it worked. Thanks!
Sorry to keep adding comments, but I just added my handout sheet at http://www.gnosh.org. Thanks again.