WPCampus 2018 Conference on July 12-14

WPCampus 2018 will take place July 12-14 on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. The call for speakers is open until April 7. We'd love to hear how you build higher ed. Join us!

Visit the WPCampus 2018 website

WPCampus is a community and conference for web professionals, educators and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education. Our goal is to provide a wealth of knowledge for anyone who’s interested in using WordPress and 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. WPCampus is inclusive of all facets of higher education, whether you’re a faculty member, a content strategist, a designer, social media manager, or a student.

If you are not already a member of the WPCampus community, we invite you to follow @wpcampusorg on Twitter and learn more on how to get involved. We have a thriving Slack channel and would love to have you join the conversation.

From The WPCampus Community

Blog: Vulnerable WordPress Plugins Report for the Week of March 16, 2018

Vulnerable Plugins Thirteen disclosures since last week, with four issues unfixed. View this week’s vulnerable plugins list. As with previous weeks, there are a few fairly popular plugins in this week’s list: Duplicator – WordPress Migration Plugin, WP Job Manager (both have updates available), Limit Login Attempts Reloaded, and Limit Login Attempts (no updates available).  Make sure […]

Blog: GutenDay at NC State

In addition to this blog post, you can hear more about NC State’s GutenDay on the WPCampus Podcast! We were vaguely aware of Gutenberg all through 2017. Our team in NC State’s central IT unit was kind-of listening to the Gutenberg chatter, and we had tested it enough to know we didn’t want to think […]

Podcast: Guten Ready for Gutenberg

When WordPress 5.0 is released later this year, the “classic” Visual editor that we’ve known for over a decade will be replaced by a new editing experience, called Gutenberg. The new editor will mean lots of changes for how we think about and interact with WordPress—as content creators and as developers. This episode features WPCampus […]