Love edUi but don’t have time to attend all three days? Drop in for just a day or attend just our keynotes. Single Day Monday – $350 Opening Keynote: Fireside Chat With Margot Shetterly Half-day of conference sessions Half-day workshop (Design S …
Born from a KJ sort, edUi got its start back in 2009. Conference co-director Trey Mitchell takes a look back at 10 years of a conference that is not entirely unlike the “Van Halen of web conferences.”
edUi speaker and guest blogger Madeline Grdina discusses distrust in social media and technology, and how higher education may see similar shifts.
At edUi, we really value experiences that help you not just meet your fellow conference goers, but really get to know them on a personal (not just professional) level. So, we put a lot of time into planning our extracurricular conference activities.
Baratunde Thurston, futurist comedian, bestselling author, and cultural critic, will present the keynote Digital Storytelling Doesn’t Have To Be Boring And Sucky. It Can Be Fun! at edUi 2018. We wanted to get to know him a little better, so we asked him a few questions.
For our 10th anniversary we’re bringing back our popular true-stories-told-live event, this time with the theme “Test Your Metal (Mettle).” Tell us a story about strength, flexibility, the testing of resolve — or about that one time you tried out for a heavy metal band, or when you had that metal plate installed in your cranium. Anything to do with “mettle” or “metal” in any sense of the word is fair game.
Chris Love, web developer and president of web consulting company Love2Dev, will present the workshop Making the Progressive Web App Your Stakeholders Want at edUi 2018. We wanted to get to know him a little better, so we asked him a few questions.
edUi 2018 speakers and guest bloggers Shannon and Matt Leahy address some common misconceptions and provide some useful tips for those getting started in user testing.
edUi 2018 speaker and guest blogger Anne Gibson gives an overview of how accessibility tools can be useful to everyone, those with and without disabilities, and provides useful context for her session at edUi 2018, What Letter Are You? An Alphabet of Accessibility Issues.
edUi 2018 speaker and guest blogger Garrett Bingaman from Purdue University gives us an introduction to the benefits of user-generated content and how you can use it in higher ed. Don’t miss his session, Let your audience do the work: Capitalizing on user-generated content (for higher ed), at edUi 2018.