Recent Speaking Engagements

HighEdWeb 2013 (October 2013)

  • The Great Unbundling

2013 UBTech Conference (June 2013)

  • Featured Talk: Higher Education Gets Flattenned

2013 Penn State Web Conference (june 2013)

  • Best Practices in Web Evaluation

Tri-State Consortium of Opportunity Programs Biennial Conference (April 2013)

  • Engaging the Millennials: Social Media in Higher Education

CASE IV Conference (March 2013)

  • Why the Web Matters (More Than You Think)
  • Herding Cats – Web Governance in HIgher Education)

OmniUpdate Users Conference (March 2013)

  • Plenary – Best Practices in Web Evaluation

CASE V and VI Joint Conference (December 2012)

  • It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I feel fine!)

Finger Lakes Community College Conference – Jumping the Desk (October 2012)

  • Keynote – Born to be Wired:  Technology, Communications and the Millennial Generation

HighedWeb 2012 (October 2012)

  • Leadership Academy – Web Governance

CASE Conference for Community College Advancement (October 2012)

  • Engaging the Millennials: Social Media in Higher Education

HighEdWeb Arkansas (July 2012)

  • Keynote: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I feel fine!)
  • Workshop: Implementing Web Governance on Your Campus

New York State CIO Conference (July 2012)

  • Social Media and Student Success
  • Higher Education Gets Flattened

University Business Technology Conference (June 2012)

  • Managing the Unmanageable: Web Governance in Higher Education

J. Boye Philadelphia 12 (May 2012)

  • How a Social Intranet Can Save Higher Education
  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Web Leaders

#140cuse (April 2012)

  • Higher Education Gets Flattened

Finger Lakes Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (March 2012)

  • Don’t Take Your Website for Granted

CUPRAP Spring Professional Development Conference (March 2012)

  • Engaging the Millennials: Social Media in Higher Education

OmniUpdate Users Conference (March 2012)

  • Plenary Session – Bringing Web Governance to Higher Education
  • Social Media and Mobile Panel Discussion

EDUCAUSE West/Southwest Online Regional Conference (February 2012)

  • Panel Discussion – The Truth Is Out There: Social Media for Teaching and Learning

World Usability Day New England (November 2011)

  • Social Media and Student Success

Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education (November 2011)

  • Managing the Convergence of Web Content, Social Media and Mobile Devices

HighedWeb 2011 (October 2011)

  • Herding Cats: Web Governance in Higher Education

National Conference on Student Recruitment, Marketing, and Retention (July 2011)

  • Managing the Unmanageable: Web Governance in Higher Education
  • Going Mobile: An Introduction to the Mobile Web

2011 Penn State Web Conference (June 2011)

  • The 3rd Annual Social Media Summit

2011 SUNY CUAD Annual Conference (June 2011)

  • Opening Plenary Session: What Does Effective Higher Education Leadership Look Like? Is Your School Leading or Following?
  • It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I feel fine!)
  • Building a Social Media Strategic Framework

RIT Faculty Institute on Teaching and Learning (May 2011)

  • Keynote: Born to be Wired: Technology, Communications and the Millennial Generation

PSEWEB  (May 2011)

  • Presentation: Herding Cats: Web Governance in Higher Education

J. Boye Conference (May 2011)

  • Higher Ed Keynote: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I feel fine!)

.eduGuru Summit (March 2011)

  • Presentation: Herding Cats: Building an Enrollment Focused Web Strategy

Hobsons University Europe 2011 (March 2011)

  • Opening Keynote: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I feel fine!)

2011 OmniUpdate Users Conference  (March 2011)

  • Opening Keynote: Managing the Convergence of Web Content, Social Media, and Mobile Devices
  • Group Discussion Facilitator: Social Media and Your Campus — What Is (or Isn’t) Working

eRecruitment Web Forum  (February 2011)

  • Herding Cats: Building an Enrollment Focused Web Strategy

CASE District V Conference  (December 2010)

  • Presentation: Higher Ed – The Toughest Gig in All the Web

J. Boye Conference – Aarhus (November 2010)

  • Workshop: Guerrilla UCD: A practical approach to User Centered Design
  • Higher Ed Keynote: Higher Ed – The Toughest Gig in All the Web

Noel-Levitz Strategic Web and E-Communications Forum  (October 2010)

  • Information Architecture for Higher Education
  • Harnessing the Power of Social Media to Enhance Your E-Recruitment Program
  • Strategies, Staffing, and Budgets for Your E-Recruitment Team

2010 HighEdWeb Conference (October 2010)

  • Presentation: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I Feel Fine!) Redux
  • Presentation: The Cluetrain Stops at Higher Ed, Will Anyone Take Delivery?

Consortium of College and University Media Centers (CCUMC) Annual Conference (October 2010)

  • Opening Keynote: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I Feel Fine!)

2010 eduWeb Conference (July 2010)

  • Workshop: Creating a Comprehensive Social Media Framework
  • Presentation: Higher Ed: The Toughest Gig in All the Web

National Conference on Student Recruitment, Marketing, and Retention (July 2010)

  • Presentation: Twitter for Rookies
  • Presentation: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It
  • Presentation: Finding Your Voice – Using Twitter to Improve and Retention

Penn State Web 2010 Conference – (June 2010)

  • Panel Discussion: Don’t Be a Twit – When  the Backchannel Goes Rogue
  • Presentation: The Cluetrain Comes to Higher Ed – Will Anyone Take Delivery
  • Virtual Summit – Higher Ed, Social Media, and the law

Canadian Post-Secondary Web Conference -(May 2010)

  • Opening Keynote: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I Feel Fine!) Redux

UB Professional Staff Senate Conference – (May 2010)

  • Presentation: Can You Hear Me Now? New Communication Tools for the New Millennium

J. Boye Conference – Philadelphia (May 2010)

  • Presentation:  Higher Ed – The Toughest Gig in All the Web

Noel-Levitz Strategic Web and E-Communications Forum (April 2010)

  • Information Architecture for Higher Education
  • Hitting the “Tweet Spot” With Your Social Media Program
  • Web Management and Governance

New York State Association for College Admission Counseling  (April 2010)

  • The ABC’s of Social Networking

North Carolina Network for Excellence in Teaching (April 2010)

  • Join the Conversation – Social Media in Higher Education

2010 OmniUpdate Users Conference (March 2010)

  • Keynote Speech: Perpetual Change: What’s Next for the Web?

Noel-Levitz Strategic Web and E-Communications Forum – Irvine (January 2010)

  • Hitting the “Tweet Spot” With Your Social Media Programs

CASE District V Conference (December 2009)

  • Presentation: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I Feel Fine!)
  • Panel Discussion: Ask the Social Media Experts

Noel-Levitz Strategic Web and E-Communications Forum – Tampa (December 2009)

  • Hitting the “Tweet Spot” With Your Social Media Programs

Noel-Levitz & NASPA Webinar (November 2009)

  • Webinar: Expanding the Use of Social Networking to Engage Currently Enrolled Students

HighEdWeb 2009 (October 2009)

  • Presentation: Join the Conversation: Social Media in Higher Education
  • Presentation: The Kids are Alright

National Conference on Student Recruitment, Marketing, and Retention (July 2009)

  • Presentation: Join the Conversation: Social Media in Higher Education

Connect University 2009 (July 2009)

  • Keynote Speech: Connecting with Students: Join the Conversation

Web 2009: A Conference for Penn State Web Professionals (June 2009)

  • Presentation: What 3rd Graders Can Teach Us About Web Accessibility
  • Presentation: FREE!
  • Special Workshop: Social Media Summit

HighEdWeb Regional Conference (April 2009)

  • Presentation: Higher Ed Web Development Gets Flattened (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the New World Order

CASE – Communication, Marketing and Technology (April 2009)

  • Presentation: Born to be Wired: Technology, Communications and the Millennial Generation
  • Presentation: Higher Ed Web Development Gets Flattened, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the New World Order

National Technical Institute for the Deaf (April 2009)

  • Special Lecture: Born to be Wired: Technology, Communications and the Millennial Generation

2009 OmniUpdate Users Conference (March 2009)

  • Keynote Speech: Navigating to Success with the Ever-Changing Web

CollegeBoard – Middle States Regional Forum 2009 (February 2009)

  • Workshop: Connecting With Students: Join the Conversation

New York State Financial Aid Administrators Association Annual Conference (October 2008)

  • General Session: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (And I Feel Fine!)

West Virginia Higher Education Technology Conference (September 2008)

  • Opening Keynote Speech: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (And I Feel Fine!)

Montana Post Secondary Educational Opportunities Council (August 2008)

  • Opening Keynote Speach: Born to Be Wired: Technology, Communication and the Millennial Generation
  • Workshop: Social Networking in Higher Education

National Association of Fellowship Advisors (NAFA) Regional Workshop (July 2008)

  • General Session: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It Redux

eduWeb Conference (July 2008)

  • Opening Keynote Address: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It Redux
  • Workshop: Join the Conversation: Social Media in Higher Education

Increasing Enrollment and Retention via Technology: Blending High Tech and High Touch (June 2008)

  • Presentation: Born to Be Wired: Technology, Communication and the Millennial Generation
  • Presentation: It’s the End of the Web as We Know it (and I Feel Fine!)
  • Presentation: Emerging Web Technologies: Building New Connections in Higher Education

Penn State Web Conference (June 2008)

  • Presentation: The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Web Teams
  • Presentation: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It Redux
  • Workshop: The Long Tail of Social Networks — Building Successful Niche Social Networks

University and College Designers Association Design Educational Summit (May 2008)

  • General Session: Born to be Wired: Technology, Communication and the Millennial Generation

Eastern Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators Conference (May 2008)

  • General Session: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It

New York State Transfer and Articulation Association Annual Conference (May 2008)

  • Pre-Conference Workshop: Web 2.0 – Looking at the Web with a New Lense

 

CollegeBoard – Middle States Regional Forum 2008 (February 2008)

  • Presentation: Connecting with Students: New Technologies

Vermont Student Assistance Corporation Annual Meeting (November 2007)

  • Keynote Speech: Communications 2.0 – Strategies for a New Paradigm

HighEdWebDev 2007 (October 2007)

  • Presentation: Higher Ed Web Development Gets Flattened (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the New World Order
  • Presentation (Panel Discussion): Technology and Emergency Communications
  • Workshop (Panelist): Workshop 2.0

RIT National Technical Institute for the Deaf (October 2007)

  • Guest Speaker: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I Feel Fine!)

University and College Designer’s Association (UCDA) Design Conference (September 2007)

  • Presentation: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I Feel Fine!)

Vermont Association of Financial Aid Administrators (VASFAA) Summer Conference (June 2007)

 

  • Keynote Speech: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

SUNY Career Development Organization 2007 Conference (June 2007)

  • Keynote Speech: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (And I Feel Fine!)

Penn State 2007 Web Conference (June 2007)

  • Presentation: Higher Ed Web Development Gets Flattened (or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the New World Order

SUNYCUAD Educational Conference (June 2007)

  • Presentation: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (And I Feel Fine!)

Genesee Community College Annual Mini Summit (May 2007)

  • Keynote Speech: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

Western New York Library Resources Council Web 2.0 Conference (March 2007)

  • Keynote Speech: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

Oswego (February 2007)

  • Guest Speaker: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

Cornell – UCPL Program (University Computer Policy and Law) (February 2007)

  • Presentation: Web 2.0 and Accessibility: What Challenges and Opportunities Await?

Western New York Association of College Career Centers (February 2007)

  • Presentation: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

University at Buffalo Library Summit (January 2007)

  • Presentation: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

HighEdWebDev 2006 (October 2006)

  • Workshop: Emerging Web Technologies: Building New Connections in Higher Education
  • Presentation: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (And I Feel Fine!)

Web 2006 – Penn State (June 2006)

  • Closing Keynote Speech: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation
  • Workshop: Emerging Web Technologies: Building New Connections in Higher Education
  • Presentation: It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (And I Feel Fine!)

SUNY Career Development Organization – Annual Conference (June 2006)

  • Presentation: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

University at Buffalo Professional Staff Senate – Annual Conference (May 2006)

  • Presentation: Emerging Technologies: New Tools to Create and Consume Web Content

Emory University (April 2006)

  • Guest Speaker: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

University at Buffalo School of Management Smart Business Seminar (March 2006)

  • Panelist: Blogging for Business – Strategies for Growing Your Business

Uniting Across Campuses Annual Conference (March 2006)

  • Guest Speaker: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

University of Rochester Science and Technology Seminar (January 2006)

  • Guest Speaker: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

 

Western New York Library Research Council (November 2005)

  • Guest Speaker: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

HighEdWebDev 2005 (October 2005)

  • Presentation: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

Erie Community College – Opening day (August 2005)

  • Keynote Speaker: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

UBit Fair – University at Buffalo (June 2005)

  • Presentation: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation

Erie Community College Summer Institute (June 2005)

  • Keynote Speaker: Born to be Wired: Technology Communication and the Millennial Generation