About the Event
A Virtual Conference for WordPress in Higher Education
Couldn’t make it to Sarasota for WPCampus 2016 or Buffalo for WPCampus 2017? Is your budget and time limited for travel and conferences? Do you still want to experience WordPress sessions, expertise, and networking with users across the world without the expense and hassle of travel?
We know it can be tough to attend conferences and get the professional development you need. Time and travel budgets can be tight. We host this free, virtual event because we want to make sure you not only have access to consume copious amounts of expertise but also to share the amazing things you’re doing with WordPress, as a speaker or attendee.
If this sounds right up your alley, be sure to mark your calendar for an all-day virtual event on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 and join the WPCampus community for an entire day of education and professional development. No travel required! View the sessions from our last online event for a closer look into what to expect for the event.
If this event strikes your fancy, be sure to check out our in-person conferences, happening every summer.
To join the conference, you’ll simply need to visit this website on Tuesday, January 30 and setup an account with crowdcast.
Book viewing rooms and plan a viewing party!
WPCampus Online is a virtual conference that will provide multiple WordPress tracks, great speakers, easy-to-use technology, and opportunities to network and connect with colleagues. This virtual event will be supplemental to, and not a replacement for, our in-person conference. The more options for development the better!
There will not be a physical location for WPCampus Online. The event will be completely online and speakers will broadcast from their individual locations. Attendees will view sessions via live streaming and be able to interact with the speakers, and other attendees, through chat.
WPCampus Online’s intended audiences include faculty, students, developers, site designers, devops/sysadmins, content developers, instructional designers, marketing specialists, admissions people, and institutional leaders.
WPCampus events are not WordCamps and are not affiliated with the WordPress Foundation.
WPCampus seeks to provide a friendly, safe environment. All participants should be able to engage in productive dialogue. They should share and learn with each other in an atmosphere of mutual respect. We require all participants adhere to our code of conduct. This applies to all community interaction and events.