In the last two years we’ve grown the Higher Ed Live network in a number of ways. Let’s recap:
Seth Odell, the founder of Higher Ed Live, put his trust in mStoner when he handed over the reins in November 2012. At the time he said, “Not only will this new partnership mean the merger of Higher Ed Live’s rich live weekly content with EDUniverse’s platform for community-driven content, but it will also ensure both are given the best support possible, as mStoner will be taking over day-to-day operations and providing a deep backend knowledge that I simply wasn’t able to provide alone before.”
We’re relaunching HigherEdLive.com.
As the Higher Ed Live network grew over the last two years, our team carefully planned for the inevitable merger of EDUniverse and Higher Ed Live. We’ve known that some of EDUniverse’s best features — conference pages and a robust blogging platform — would be a natural fit for the Higher Ed Live network. And we’ve deliberately worked these enhancements into the new site.
We’ve been working on the relaunch since this summer and we’re about a month away from unveiling the new HigherEdLive.com. (Believe me, I couldn’t be more excited!)
What does this announcement mean for EDUniverse users and contributors?
We’re looking forward to welcoming new guest-bloggers to contribute to the Higher Ed Live network. If you’re interested in learning more about this opportunity, you can shoot me an email.
Mallory Willsea Director of Marketing and Business Development Proud ENFJ, here! What does that mean for mStoner, besides entertaining colleagues with my wit and charm? I'm a problem-solver and enjoy working through our potential client's challenges to identify solutions and how a partnership with mStoner will bring value.