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The Countdown to #PSEWEB Is On!

We’re so pumped you’re joining us in London next week. Whether it’s your first #PSEWEB or you’re a repeat attendee, here are a few final updates to help make your experience the. best. ever.

  1. Plan Your Sessions
    With so many great sessions and keynotes scheduled, take a few minutes to review the program online or in your delegate bag to ensure you don’t miss your favourites!
  2. Mark Your Calendars for the Sunday Tweetup and Monday Night Social
    On Sunday, come to Storm Stayed Brewery to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones before our official start on Monday. The party starts at 5:30 p.m. If you’re staying downtown, take the #12 bus straight to Storm Stayed. If you’re coming from campus (Ontario Hall), take the #9 bus to Riverside and then either walk the last leg up Wharncliffe Road or transfer to the #12 bus for door to door luxury. And don’t worry – we’ve got a complimentary London Transit pass waiting for you in your delegate bag, courtesy of the City of London.On Monday, cap off your first day with refreshments, games, and VR available to #PSEWEB’ers at The Factory, Canada’s biggest indoor adventure park. We’ll be there beginning at 5:30 p.m. – save yourself some time in advance by filling out a waiver.
  3. Get Connected
    When you arrive, check in with the registration desk located in the front lobby of Middlesex College for a guest wifi account, or connect using your Eduroam credentials.
  4. Get Your #PSEWEB On!
    We’ll be in Middlesex College for #PSEWEB 2018:
  5. Grad Club, Middlesex College 19: For daily breakfast, snacks, lunch, remarks and Tuesday’s #pancake tweetup
    Middlesex College 110 and 105B: For breakout sessions and keynotes (refer to your program for details)

    Take a moment to familiarize yourself with Western University’s campus.

    Need parking? The Middlesex lot is for you! Simply take a ticket upon entering the lot – it will be set on free exit for you when you leave.

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See you next week!

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