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HighEdWeb 2024 North Carolina

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18 Jun 2024


University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Explore the unique digital issues facing colleges and universities.

HighEdWeb 2024 North Carolina is a regional event in partnership with local universities. Regardless of where you work in higher education — IT, marketing, admissions, advancement or academics — we welcome you.

Attendees range from web editors to central IT or marketing staff. Bring your entire team — and you'll gain a shared understanding of how to use digital to advance your school.

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Call for Proposals
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HighEdWeb is a community of professionals who share generously and learn openly from one another’s experiences. Whether you’re a first-time presenter or a returning champion, we invite you to submit a proposal.

There are so many great reasons to present at the HighEdWeb:

  • Represent your institution and share your accomplishments.
  • Contribute to the professional body of knowledge.
  • Connect with your web and digital professional community.
  • Spice up your LinkedIn profile (and get kudos from your boss).
  • Receive a waiver on your conference registration.

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Submitting a session proposal for multiple events.

In 2024, all HighEdWeb events will use the same proposal system. Once you create a speaker profile, it’s easy to submit your session to multiple events.


If your proposed session will have multiple presenters, be sure they have accepted their invitation to co-present before you submit your proposal to additional events.

Using inclusive language

All presenters must abide by the HighEdWeb Code of Conduct.

HighEdWeb promotes inclusion and kindly asks that you be mindful of the words you use during your presentation. Please work to avoid language that is harmful to people with disabilities, language of a sexual nature, language that leverages racism or gendered language.