The schedule isn’t finalized but we want to make sure you know what to expect, especially for those who will be joining us for the first time.
Status of the event
WPCampus 2020 has pivoted to an online conference due to COVID-19 and re-scheduled to convene in New Orleans for WPCampus 2021. We are extremely grateful that Tulane University IT in New Orleans has agreed to continue to be our in-person venue sponsor. Subscribe to our newsletter for updates.
As part of our planning, the WPCampus community is going to re-design the WPCampus 2020 Online website. Beginning in April, we are going to blog about the process, which will include our research and insight into the technical specifics needed to host an online conference.
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What to expect
WPCampus is a three-day online conference. It will cover a variety of topics, all focused on the growth of Higher Education, Accessibility, WordPress, and its people.
Our entire program is focused on Higher Education and Accessibility, which allows for a richer and more fine-tuned experience for our community and attendees. You’ll never want to miss a session because they’re tailored just for you, a web professional who builds WordPress websites for Higher Education.
The three-day online conference will include a variety of formats, including general lectures, lightning talks, longer-form sessions like workshops, and more.
We aim to expand upon our previous online events to provide more options for interaction and learning within a virtual space.
Take advantage of online discussions with speakers and fellow attendees who know what it’s like to build websites in Higher Ed. Share with, learn from, and be inspired by, your peers.
We will provide live captioning for all conference programming.