WPCampus 2019 kicks off tomorrow at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, for its fourth year running. The niche WordPress conference is focused on accessibility and WordPress in higher education. All sessions, with the exception of the workshops, will be live streamed with captioning, beginning at 2PM PDT on Thursday, July 25.
The event includes a mix of general development topics, such as building themes with WP Rig 2.0, managing custom plugin deployments, and building custom Gutenberg blocks with ACF. It also features a variety of sessions on using multisite in higher education, along with topics related to university website design and management, such as mobile accessibility, information security, and using WordPress for individual digital asset management. Check out the full schedule for more detailed descriptions of sessions.
It’s important to note that the schedule references sessions in Pacific Daylight Time. However, a timezone selector on the schedule page will allow you to see the each session’s corresponding time for your location. Visit 2019.wpcampus.org/watch on July 25th to watch live for free. Those watching remotely can also jump in on the #WPCampus Twitter hashtag to engage with others attending and watching the event.
FYI: the workshops won’t be streamed, so the workshop focused on “building themes with WP Rig 2.0” won’t be streamed.