Lessons Learned from eduWeb 2011

When I left Boston Sunday evening, people were complaining how hot it was at 88 degrees. I arrived in San Antonio and it felt like I was in a twisted version of Hansel and Gretel and my entire body was being cooked in an oven. Oh, Texas, how I have missed you! All joking aside, I really have missed the great state and folks, so I was excited about the opportunity to speak at eduWeb 2011 this week.

Yesterday, I spoke about The Nine Hats (and Counting) of Community Management, inspired by my post with the same title, published earlier this year. For those of you who joined the conversation both online and offline, I have uploaded the presentation on SlideShare. Please let me know if you have any questions. Fortunately, community is already baked into many higher ed institutions, so it is a matter of organizing and looking at community as a shared function.

Please feel free to comment below and let me know what you thought of the presentation. Thank you so much for the warm welcome! See you next year.

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  • Tammy Cornett

    By far, the best presentation at eduweb this year. Well spoken, organized and content that can be applied when returning to our universities. Thank you.

  • Anonymous

    Lauren, as others have said, your presentation was outstanding, and for me, the best at the conference. It gave us substantive content to help shape our emerging social media and community management program on our campus. Thanks for your thought-leadership in the social media/community management profession! 

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