#PSEWEB is a practitioner-lead conference for college and university marketers, programmers, designers, digital architects, and community managers: the people behind the online faces of our institutions.
Our conference sessions cover all areas of the digital marketing industry: from strategy to execution, architecture to analytics, design to development, and across web, social, email, and mobile platforms.
The conference was born out of the HighEdWeb Conference in the United States. We aim to bring the same level of content, high quality experience, and community to those of us who happen to work in Canada.
#PSEWEB started as a conversation at a U.S. conference, lead to a LinkedIn Group, took over Brock University for three days in 2010, and trended nationally on Twitter – thanks to amazing conversions with amazing people. Our program is selected by our audience, so you see what you want to see. Our speakers travel across Canada, the United States, India, and the UK to share their knowledge and participate in the community.
Tuesday, May 14, 2019, posted in Blog
Reddit bills itself as the front page of the Internet, but are higher ed institutions using the popular site to its full potential? In one PSEWEB 2018’s most popular presentations Mathew Hoy, a senior web designer at Western... Read more
Tuesday, April 30, 2019, posted in Blog
Written by Alexa Battler News & Media Assistant, University of Toronto Scarborough I’ve noticed many people in communications believe they need a DSLR camera to produce high-quality pictures, while neglecting the powerful ones... Read more
Friday, April 12, 2019, posted in Blog
Written by Raquel A. Russell Communications Assistant, University of Toronto Scarborough Library It’s the end of the semester, so you may hear the collective sigh of relief taken by higher-ed communicators across the land. You also may... Read more