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WPTavern: WPCampus Will Be Streamed Live For Free July 13-14

WPTavern: WPCampus Will Be Streamed Live For Free July 13-14

WPCampus, a conference focused on WordPress in higher-education takes place this week between July 12-14 at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

If you’re unable to attend in-person or would like to watch the event from home, visit the WPCampus Stream page. Beginning July 13th at 9AM CDT, all general sessions will be streamed live for free. Sessions will be recorded and be available after the event as well.

To see a list of sessions taking place, check out the event’s schedule and for more information about WPCampus, visit the site’s about page.


WPCampus, a conference focused on WordPress in higher-education takes place this week between July 12-14 at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. If you’re unable to attend in-person or would like to watch the event from home, visit the WPCampus Stream page. Beginning July 13th at 9AM CDT, all general sessions will be streamed live for free. Sessions will be recorded and be available after the event as well. To see a list of sessions taking place, check out the event’s schedule and for more information about WPCampus, visit the site’s about page.

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