Go Local: #PSEWEB Meetups

Organize your own local #PSEWEB

Pull together your campus webbies and social media heroes under the banner of #PSEWEB, save some travel money and strengthen your local networks with a #PSEWEB meetup.

Here’s what they look like:

  • One day only – maybe it’s an hour, maybe it’s all day – but it’s one day.
  • On campus at one of Canada’s fine colleges or universities (or an affiliated facility in the local community).
  • Space and AV are provided for free by the hosting school(s).
  • Free and open – no charge to attend.
  • No speaking fees – lets keep this friendly and local.
  • Sponsors – you can have them, if you use the money to buy food for everyone. Sponsors can contact info@pseweb.ca if they want to support multiple/all meetups across the country.

Rob BIizzard from USask, coordinator of USask's 2017 & 2018 #PSEWEB regional meetups

The biggest barrier to delivering exceptional digital experiences is not a technical one, it’s a social one. Building a community by bringing together our large, diverse, and distributed team is invaluable in addressing that challenge. – Rob Blizzard, University of Saskatchewan 

 

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