Posted on Monday, June 25, 2018 by Melissa Cheater
Last year, the University of Saskatchewan hosted a local #PSEWEB event for web professionals across the province of Saskatchewan. In response to the great feedback, they are back and hosting their second annual event on June 25th, 2018.
When surveyed, past conference participants were most interested in storytelling as a topic. The organizers have selected panelists from other large public organizations to speak to the challenges of delivering cohesive digital experiences and narratives when working in a complex environment.
We are delighted to see a tradition established in Saskatchewan! All members of the post-secondary web community are welcome to join. Register today, it’s free if you can make it to Saskatoon!
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