Category: WordPress

WPCampus Conference Livestream July 14

Emerging Technology and Accessibility is teaming up with WebTide to host the WPCampus Conference Livestream this Friday, July 14.

The sessions will run all day, so join us as you can in Gordon Palmer Hall to take advantage of topics ranging from accessibility to analytics.

8:30 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.

GP A232  Every project is a story: Applying Storytelling to your client interactions

GP A204  The Canisius College Workflow: MU WordPress, Divi and MailChimp

GP A236  Don’t Push Rocks Uphill: Deploying WordPress wth Capistrano and Composer

9:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

GP A232  Workshop: Acceptable application of analytics for your academic areas

GP A204  A Survey of WordPress Online Learning Plugins

GP A236  Them and us: Using the WordPress REST API to Display both public and private content

10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.

GP A232  Workshop: Acceptable application of analytics for your academic areas

GP A204  I do(n’t) Belong Here

GP A236  Tools and Approaches for Managing Content, Accessibility and Web Identity at Scale

1:00 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.

GP A232  Workshop: Finding eternal REST: An undead guide to building JS front ends for WordPress

GP A204  Open Access Publishing and WordPress

GP A236  How to Scale WordPress Across a University

2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.

GP A232  Workshop: Finding eternal REST: An undead guide to building JS front ends for WordPress

GP A204  So, you redesigned your website… Now What?

GP A236  WordPress High Performance Boosting

3:15 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

GP A232  Interview like a journalist, write like a marketer: Telling stories with hear… and accuracy

GP A204  Mobilizing 200 Reluctant Content Creators

GP A236  Level up Your WordPress Security

 

WPCampus Virtual Conference

The Center for Instructional Technology’s Emerging Technology and Accessibility is teaming up with WebTide to host the WPCampus Virtual Conference on Monday, January 23rd.

The sessions will run all day, so join us as you can in Gordon Palmer Hall to take advantage of topics ranging from accessibility to student engagement:

9:00-9:45am
GP A232: From Moodle to WordPress – what we learnt and why we moved
GP A236: Level Up: Centralized News and WordPress

10:00-10:45am
GP A232: Empathy and Accessibility for the Web
GP A236: The Case for the WordPress REST API

11:00-11:45am
GP A232: Effectively manage and scale WordPress multisite and the importance of insights
GP A236: The Making of a Web Team

12:00-12:45am
GP A232: Shaping User Roles for Higher Education
GP A236: Learning from Drupal: Implementing WordPress in a Drupal-Majority Institutional Environment

Programming Note
GP A232 “Room 1” sessions will migrate to A342 for the remainder of the day’s schedule.

1:00-1:45pm
GP A342: “Let’s just build it!”: Seven years of framework development at Boston University
GP A236: WordPress as an LMS

2:00-2:45pm
GP A342: Easy, Affordable Digital Signs with WordPress
GP A236: The Magic of Teaching Using WordPress: 10+ Ways to Easily Transform Classes & Excite Students

3:00-3:45pm
GP A342: Showing up: learning how to make a contribution
GP A236: Spoonful of Content Sugar – Reducing Friction in Subject Matter Expert Participation

4:00-4:45pm
GP A342: Higher Ed WordPress Showcase
GP A236: Site Directories and Member Profiles: A Custom Post Type Story

Discover more details about the WPCampus session programming by visiting their website at https://online.wpcampus.org/.