WPCampus 2020 Online is an online conference for the WPCampus community, a gathering of web professionals, educators, and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education.

The online conference WPCampus 2020 will take place on July 29-30, 2020.

WPCampus 2020 Online Conference

This two-day online conference puts all its energy in the sphere of WordPress in Higher Education. The event covers a variety of topics, all focused on the growth of higher education, accessibility, WordPress, and its people. It includes a variety of formats, general lectures, lightning talks, sponsor demonstrations, and trivia!

The entire program is designed with attention on higher education and accessibility, creating a richer and more fine-tuned experience for the entire WPCampus community and attendees. The entire program is tailored just for all web professionals who build WordPress websites for higher education.

This conference is the place to meet fellow WordPress professionals! Take advantage of the online discussions with presenters and attendees who know what it’s like to build websites in higher education.

WPCampus 2020 is the online meeting point to share with, learn from, and be inspired by, your peers.

WPCampus 2020 provides live captioning for all conference programming.

Visit the WPCampus conferences page to learn more about the previous conferences: WPCampus 2019 (in Portland, Oregon), WPCampus 2018 (in St. Louis, Missouri), WPCampus 2016 (in Sarasota, Florida), WPCampus 2017 (in Buffalo, New York), and the annual virtual conference, WPCampus Online.

*WPCampus events are not WordCamps and are not affiliated with the WordPress Foundation.

WPCampus Founder

The WPCampus conference (and community) is the brainchild of Rachel Cherry, a web engineer with a passion for all things WordPress and higher education. She loves going to WordCamps but there was never content focused on the topics she wanted to discuss as a higher education web specialist. The idea for the conference all started with a tweet in August 2015 and has since formed into a widespread community of over 1000 members and 7 conferences.

Why Attend a WPCampus?

It is a pure source of education for all WordPress professionals engaged in higher education. The concept for WPCampus is an education-focused, non-profit event that will allow people to share and learn about WordPress in the world of Higher Education.

Much like online businesses or blogging, higher education is a world of its own with unique challenges, content, stakeholders, and target audiences.

The WPCampus community is more concerned with managing large-scale networks of faculty blogs, abiding with FERPA and accessibility regulations, and implementing tools to promote research data.

WPCampus members are using WordPress to power learning management systems, intranets, large university websites, and whatever else is needed to support their institution.

The world of higher ed is a great candidate for utilizing WordPress to its full potential, whether it’s using the powerful CMS to stretch limited resources or using its API capabilities to share information and break down silos.

How to attend WPCampus 2020

Attending WPCampus 2020 Online will be as simple as visiting the WPCampus 2020 online website.

Registration is required to access the event. They will provide live captioning for all conference programming.

Subscribe to their newsletter to be notified when registration opens and the latest updates.

WPCampus 2020 Online is a free event thanks to the generous support of all sponsors.

The schedule will run from 9:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. Central time on Wednesday, July 29, and Thursday, July 30.

Join this unique online conference and meet other members of the Higher Education, Accessibility, and WordPress communities from all over the globe.

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