Scrapes session information (title, speakers, url, start and end times, and room) from lanyrd event pages. Assumes your event is one-day only (mine is!).

Since Lanyrd doesn’t have a field for location, I use the convention of putting “Room: 123” as the only thing on the first line of the abstract. This script assumes that and, if found, will grab the room info (3 characters) and remove that bit from the saved abstract.

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url speakers abstract title end start room
<p>Hello - I am writing to REQUEST a session explaining Google Analytics. Is there anyone out there who would want to offer a session on this topic?? It is a topic many of us who wear many hats in Web Departments in Higher Ed would benefit from. It seems that , more and more, small one-or-two-person-departments in Higher Ed Web Dev are being charged with doing everything: design, code, social media and analytics analysis....it can get very overwhelming...I want funnel cake, but have no idea how to set up a funnel in Analytics. I love soccer, but have not idea what to do with goals in Analytics. Again, I am not offering to host this session, I am asking to see if anyone will be presenting on this topic. It would probably be very useful to many attendees.Thank you for reading, Cass :-)</p>
REQUEST FOR A SESSION: Understanding Google Analytics for Newbies; How to Use/Leverage in Higher Ed
Geoff DiMasi
<p>In the course of working with Duke University on the redesign and rebuild of their entire college of arts & science web landscape, I started to see the similarities between a city and a university. With that in mind, we came up with a design, content, and technical solution to account for that reality.</p>
Urban Planning the .edu
10:00am
9:00am
355
<p>Solutions wanted for informing student and faculty of their schedules, which change on a weekly (or daily) basis and include data from an existing system, as well as manually entered "events"</p>
Scheduling
10:00am
9:00am
350
Tim Allen and Frank Taney
<p>- Legal issues of students in Social Media / Privacy concerns<br>- Open source technologies, your rights with them<br>- Involving local organizations<br>- Avoiding brain drain at higher ed institutions - bridging the gap to the local community<br>- How to keep academic levels high; letting technology at all levels for work you, and not impede your progress<br>- Simulations, Serious Gaming<br>- How local start up leaders can be involved to engage current students</p>
Networking, Networking and the Network: Bridging Learning, Technology, & Social Media
10:50am
10:00am
355
<p>Come and discuss/brainstorm:<br>- How do students use them?<br>- How can faculty members use them in class?</p>
iPads in Education
11:00am
10:00am
350
<p>Help with how to organize social media for the social media illiterate. RSS Feeds too.</p> <p>--Richard Gordon</p>
Help organizing Social Media
12:00pm
11:00am
355
<p>Using youtube & elbow grease (free)</p> <p>A case study, how-to and discussion.</p> <p>- Matt Holmes</p>
Closed Captioning
12:00pm
11:00am
350
<p>Learning space design - going beyond the generation of PowerPoint centered Rooms</p> <p>-Paul Hyde</p>
Learning Space design
2:00pm
1:00pm
355
<p>(zooming presentation tool)</p>
Can you teach Prezi?
2:00pm
1:00pm
350
Overcoming barriers to adoption and networking through gamification
2:00pm
1:00pm
345

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