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Speaking

Speaking

Mark Greenfield is an accomplished speaker who frequently presents at a wide range of conferences, meetings  and special lectures where his thought provoking commentary on the impact of emerging technology challenges audiences to rethink their basic assumptions about web communications and technology. He has received numerous speaking awards and honors for his timely, engaging, and […]

Testimonials

Testimonials

Mark’s keynote speeches, workshops, and presentations are always well-received by his audiences.  The best way to aggregate the thousands of comments about Mark from conference evaluation forms is through the creation of a wordle  word cloud. The following word cloud was created from the comments of numerous conferences over the last three years: In addition, […]

The #MBTeamS Poster Project

The #MBTeamS Poster Project

As anyone who follows me on Twitter knows, last week I participated in the MBTweetRace as a member of #MBTeamS. (If you are not familiar with the MBTweetRace, read this post from Andrew Careaga.) With Todd Sanders (@tsand) and John Pederson (@ijohnpederson) at the wheel, the higher ed web community stepped up big time.  The […]

2011: The Year of Web Governance (in Higher Education)

2011: The Year of Web Governance (in Higher Education)

I’ve been giving a lot of thought lately to the state of higher education web sites. IMHO – we are approaching an important crossroad in the development of web communications and services on college campuses.  There are two converging trends that will require us to take our sites to the next level. First, the web […]

Aarhus 2010 – A Recap of the J.Boye Conference

Aarhus 2010 – A Recap of the J.Boye Conference

Last week I was in Aarhus Denmark for the J Boye Conference and it was everything I expected and more. For me this conference is a perfect compliment to the conferences I attend that focus  exclusively on higher education. Here are my highlights and key takeaways: Eric Karjaluoto gave the keynote on day one on […]

uwebd

uwebd

Yes, uwebd – the social network for higher education web professionals turns 3 today. It was on December 13, 2007 that the site was launched on Ning. There was considerable debate back then about the viability of such a site, but I felt strongly that this whole social networking thing would be around a while, […]