Sharing is what makes #PSEWEB great. This peer-presented conference is an opportunity to share our experiences, expertise, victories, and defeats with each other. It’s how we learn and come up with fresh ideas, build community, brush up on industry trends, and keep ourselves ahead of the curve.
No problem! We’re an incredibly welcoming bunch, and previous conference attendance is by no means a requirement for speakers. Our vibe is collegial and fun, so expect a friendly audience of savvy, capable professionals who are excited to learn.
Learn a bit more about who we are, and how we came to be.
If it helps, here’s a full list of 2018’s sessions.
Speaker sessions are usually 40 minutes long, with questions at the end. You can expect to have anywhere between 30 – 60 people in your session.
Submit your presentation idea using our form by February 28th. Once all the proposals are in, we’ll let early bird ticket holders and everyone who submitted a session proposal a chance to vote for their favourites, with the voting results used to help determine the schedule for the conference. It’s all very democratic, really.
If you’re voted in, you’ll get $150 off your conference registration (and unlimited bragging rights).
Note: The 2019 Call for Speakers is now closed.
Tuesday, March 12, 2019, posted in Blog
Written by Jonathan Migneault Social media coordinator, Laurentian University If you want to engage your audience in 2018, video content is a must. As the old saying goes, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Our brains are... Read more
Tuesday, February 26, 2019, posted in Blog
Written by Paul Bradley eQAfy, Data for better higher education websites and digital governance NOTE FROM THE #PSEWEB EDITORIAL TEAM: eQAfy’s Paul Bradley is back on the #PSEWEB blog with a two-part overview analysis of the higher... Read more
Tuesday, February 12, 2019, posted in Blog
Written by Paul Bradley eQAfy, Data for better higher education websites and digital governance NOTE FROM THE #PSEWEB EDITORIAL TEAM: eQAfy’s Paul Bradley is back on the #PSEWEB blog with a two-part overview analysis of the... Read more