Folks, it’s been two weeks since WPCampus 2019 and we’re still so tired. So tired that Jen and Brian forgot to introduce themselves and forgot to say any of the stuff we’re supposed to say at the end of the episode. WPCampus 2019 was fun, informative, and exhausting. Some day we’ll recover. In this episode […]
The WPCampus Blog: WPCampus 2019
Our thanks to Funnelback, HelpJet, Milepost 42, and Sticker Mule for supporting WPCampus 2019.
Our thanks to ACF, DragonTeach, elearningfreak, Happy Prime, LearnDash, Pgogy Webstuff, Platform.sh, and SMILE for supporting WPCampus 2019.
Monarx provides an application security solution that protects WordPress websites. We are so grateful to have this company sponsor WPCampus 2019.
Pantheon is a website operations platform for Drupal and WordPress. We are so grateful to have this company as the doctoral sponsor for WPCampus 2019.
Modern Tribe is a digital agency for the modern university. We are so grateful to have this company sponsor WPCampus 2019.
CampusPress has powered WordPress Multisite networks for thousands of schools and universities around the world. WPMU DEV is giving WordPress superpowers to users around the world. We are so happy to have these companies as sponsors of WPCampus 2019.
Registration for WPCampus 2019 may be closed but no worries! You can still attend many of our amazing sessions virtually. With the exception of workshops, sessions from WPCampus 2019 will be live streamed with captioning, thanks to the generous support of our partners at Pantheon. Visit the watch page on Friday, July 26 and Saturday, […]
Automated testing. We all know we should be doing it but are you? For many of us it seems like a daunting addition to our routines and something we can always get to later. But somehow later never comes around. In this episode, host Jen McFarland chats with Steve Persch, Lead Developer Advocate at Pantheon. […]
In higher ed, summer means fewer students, less traffic, and shorter lines at the best lunch places near campus. For those of us who use WordPress in higher ed, it also means major WordPress news and the final push to prepare for the in-person WPCampus event! In this episode, WPCampus members Jen McFarland and Brian […]
For the WPCampus 2019 conference, the WPCampus community is excited to spend July 25 – 27 learning, networking, and sharing at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Every year at our events, we, as organizers, have enjoyed planning swag for our attendees, from travel mugs to bean bags for our phones. Swag is a […]
We’re excited to officially announce WPCampus 2019! Join us July 25-27 at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon. About WPCampus 2019 WPCampus is a three-day conference event filled with sessions, networking and social events. It will cover a variety of topics, focused on accessibility and WordPress in higher education. Visit the About page to […]
Hello WPCampus friends! We’re excited to announce that our Call for Proposals for this year’s conference will be opening soon! We’re looking forward to another year of wonderful ideas, demonstrations, brainstorming, and benchmarking. Session Topics As in past years, we’re looking for a variety of topics on anything that might bring value to our community. […]