WPCampus 2021 Online is a free online conference for the WPCampus community, a gathering of web professionals, educators, and people dedicated to the confluence of accessibility and WordPress in higher education. WPCampus 2021 Online will be our ninth conference. Visit the WPCampus conferences page to learn more about our previous events.
When will the event take place?
WPCampus 2021 online will take place September 21-22, 2021 (Tuesday and Wednesday).
How much will the event cost?
WPCampus 2021 Online is a free event thanks to the generous support of our sponsors.
Who will be there?
Members of the higher education, accessibility, and WordPress communities from all over the globe. We welcome all faculty, staff, students, and professionals dedicated to accessibility and higher education.
The format and topics
The two-day online conference event will cover a variety of topics, all focused on the growth of higher education, accessibility, WordPress, and its people. Our event will include a variety of formats, including general lectures, lightning talks, sponsor demonstrations, and more!
Our entire program is focused on higher education and accessibility, which allows for a richer and more fine-tuned experience for our community and attendees. You’ll never want to miss a session because they’re tailored just for you, a web professional who builds WordPress websites for higher education.
Take advantage of online discussions with presenters and fellow attendees who know what it’s like to build websites in higher education. Share with, learn from, and be inspired by, your peers.
Visit the WPCampus Learning Library to view recordings of sessions from previous WPCampus events.
How to attend
Attending WPCampus 2021 Online will be as simple as visiting the WPCampus 2021 online website during the event. Registration will be required.
Subscribe to our newsletter to be notified when registration opens.
Thus far, there have been numerous niche WordPress conferences aiming toward for-profit initiatives and geared toward businesses, marketers, or eCommerce site owners. The concept for WPCampus is an education-focused, non-profit event that will allow people to share and learn about WordPress in the world of Higher Education.
Visit the WPCampus website to learn more about the community, how we began, and how to get involved.
Accessibility is a top priority at WPCampus. We require all of our experiences are accessible to all users who wish to participate. All videos will include captioning, and we've advised presenters on best practices.
If, at any time, you find an experience inaccessible to you, or you have any questions, please let us know.
Code of Conduct
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 to adhere to our code of conduct. This applies to all community interaction and events.
If you are being harassed, or have any other concerns, please locate a conference organizer or volunteer. You can find all organizers on Slack if needed. If preferable, you can submit a report online, which allows for anonymity. Visit our Code of Conduct page for more information.