When

May 27th – no timezones, along as it is May 27th – join in!

What do I do?

First off, events like this are hard and take time and labour. Right now, as pandemiced as we are, structural differences are huge and partaking isn’t possible for everyone.

So start by sharing the love – find some one whose work in Openness and WordPress you admire, think of people less privileged than yourself – tweet their work, tag them in, make sure the world knows how great they are.

Second, share your own stuff. This can be any thing WordPress and Open. Maybe h5p, maybe your CC licensed blog posts, maybe your cool plugin? Whatever, we aren’t prescriptive, we’re having a party. Let’s celebrate!

Third, try to put the hashtag, #pcPopUp2020 into your tweets.

One tweet is fine, a 100 tweet epic thread is fine. If you get to 99, don’t stop, push on. We believe in you. Tweet in whatever language you like, it doesn’t have to be english.

Unlike other PressEd’s, no one get’s a time slot, no one gets peer review, just turn up and tweet.

Stay safe

 

Organisers

Natalie Lafferty (@nlafferty)

Natalie is an open education practitioner in higher and medical education and heads the Centre for Technology and Innovation in Learning at the University of Dundee. Over the past 10 years she’s been an advocate of using open technologies in higher education to support co-creation of learning and digital scholarship. ┬áNatalie led the development of Dundee Medical School’s WordPress-based VLE “MedBlogs’ and in her teaching encourages students to use WordPress to support their reflective practice.

and

Pat Lockley (@pgogy)

Pat Lockley (@pgogy) started out in WordPress at the University of Nottingham as a blogger.

He then went to work at the University of Oxford on a WordPress OER project as a developer. When that ended, he worked on another WordPress OER project

He then went to the University of London, where amongst other things, he helped redesign their blog

For the last four years, he’s been self-employed┬árunning Pgogy Webstuff and doing a lot in WordPress

You can see more on his WordPress dot Org profile

 

The organisers would like to thank Phil Barker and Anne-Marie Scott for their support, Professor Gurminder K Bhambra for guidance, Isis Giraldo for Spanish Translation and Rose Newell for translation guidance

Legal stuff

We’re not linked with WordPress in any legal way (bar being users) and we’re not an official WordCamp.

We’re also not linked with WP Campus.

All of the above are great things however and you should check them out!