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WPTavern: Free Conference Dedicated to WordPress in Higher Ed Takes Place January 30th at 9AM CST

WPTavern: Free Conference Dedicated to WordPress in Higher Ed Takes Place January 30th at 9AM CST

If you’re interested in learning how WordPress is used in Higher Ed, tune in to WPCampus Online, January 30th at 9AM Central Standard Time. WPCampus Online is a virtual conference that people can watch for free, no traveling necessary. The event uses Crowdcast allowing viewers to switch between rooms, interact with each other, and ask questions.

Some of the topics that will be presented include, WordPress and Real-World Data with Students, Headless and Brainless WordPress, and Using WordPress to Support and Run Student Government Elections. If in-person conferences are more your style, keep an eye out for information on WPCampus 2018 tentatively planned for this Summer.

To learn more about WPCampus and the people behind it, listen to our interview with Rachel Cherry on episode 301 of WordPress Weekly.



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