Sharing is what makes #PSEWEB great. This conference is our big chance to share our experiences, expertise, victories, and defeats with each other. It’s how we learn and come up with amazing ideas. So, if you work for a Canadian post-secondary institution in web or digital communications and you want to share, don’t be shy.
Speaker sessions are usually 20 – 30 minutes long, with questions at the end. Two sessions run at the same time, so you’ll be presenting to about 60 people or so. The mood is collegial and fun.
#PSEWEB 2018 is currently planned for this fall in Southern Ontario. Although the exact details for location and time are still be determined, we encourage you to submit your talk now!
Once details on time and location are out we will reconfirm with you that you’re still able to attend and speak.
Submit your presentation idea using our form. Once all the proposals are in, we will let early bird ticket holders vote for their favourites, with the voting results used to help determine the schedule for the conference.
We ask all session speakers to attend at least one full day of the conference.
Presenters are volunteers. We don’t compensate you financially for services, travel, or accommodation. However, speakers (one per presentation) do get a $150 discount on their conference registrations!
Here are a few pointers for your submission.
Note: After you submit, scroll down the page to check for validation errors or messages.
Friday, January 26, 2018, posted in News
The All-Canada #PSEWEB National Conference is confirmed for 2018! We will have our date and location for you any day now – as soon as we find one of those old timey pens to sign the paperwork. Our Apple Pencil wasn’t compatible... Read more
Friday, October 13, 2017, posted in Conference News
Welcome to the 100+ webbies, social media gurus, UX fiends and conversion aficionados from across Western’s campus, its affiliated university colleges, the #ldnont communications community and our neighbouring universities and... Read more
We are over the moon to announce that our first two local #PSEWEB meetups have been confirmed! The University of Saskatchewan will be the first ever regional #PSEWEB event. They are offering a half-day mini-conference for folks in the... Read more