It’s the End of the Web as We Know It (and I Feel Fine!) Redux
May 26, 2010
Director of Web Services
Mail Drop: 109 Norton Hall
Office Location: 454 Porter Hall
State University of New York at Buffalo
Buffalo, N.Y. 14260
It’s a new dawn. The next generation of the Web is here. A Web that is accessed by mobile devices—anytime, anywhere. Where it is just as easy to create content as it is to consume it. A web that is redefining time. A Web connected through syndication rather than links, and where more and more, the user is in control.
Completely updated for 2010, this award winning presentation will focus on the (r)evolution of the web and the implications for higher education web professionals. The goal is to have the audience take a step back and think long term about the social and cultural changes, and the new opportunities for communicating and providing services to our constituents.
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