If you can't attend the second WPCampus conference in Buffalo, NY on July 14-15 but would still like to see the sessions, a free live stream will be provided.
If you use WordPress in higher education, WPCampus is looking for some feedback via a brief survey. All participants will receive full access to an anonymized version of the data.
🎓 The WPCampus Online 2019 conference is only two weeks away! Check out their lineup of speakers and topics, and consider volunteering to support this free conference focused on WordPress, higher education, and accessibility. The regular WPCampus conference will be happening later this year at a university still to be determined — they’re currently taking applications for hosts.
WPCampus 2019 concluded this past weekend with a wide range of substantial talks and topics. Thanks to Pantheon, there was a live stream and live captioning. Videos will be posted online as in past years. 🎓 WPCampus 2020 will be held on July 16-20, 2020 at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA
🎓 The next WPCampus is happening July 15-17, 2020 in New Orleans, and a call for speaker proposals will be open next week.
This weekend marks one of the first WordCamps that have transitioned from an in-person event to a virtual one: WordCamp San Antonio. All speakers will be live streaming, and there’s a rumor that there might be a “gameshow” event to cap off each day. Tickets are free. 📺 WPCampus 2020 is making that transition too…
Last, but certainly not least, WPCampus — the WordPress conference for higher education — is going to be in Sarasota Florida, July 15th-16th. Speaker applications are open now.