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HighEdWeb partner WPCampus announces online conference

Are you missing that #heweb excitement? Are you needing a creative boost for your WordPress projects?

You can still experience WordPress sessions, expertise, and networking with users across the world without the expense and without the hassle of travel!

Mark your calendar for an all-day virtual event on NEXT Monday, January 23, 2017, and join HighEdWeb’s partner WPCampus for an entire day of education and professional development. No travel required!

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 conference is a free event! 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.

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.

Listen to sessions from working with subject matter experts to digital signs and user roles to empathy.

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.

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By Amy Grace Wells

Amy Grace is a content strategist and user experience researcher with more than a decade of experience in higher ed, publishing, and non-profit. Her experiences include work at University of South Carolina, where she served as the first content strategist, and Texas A&M AgriLife, where she directed content strategy, information architecture, and social media for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and five state agencies. Bragging rights include holding a sensei rank in karate and singing happy birthday to Muhammad Ali.