2018 Webfirst Conference Set for June 14 at University of Arkansas

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Registration is now open for the sixth annual WebFirst Conference, from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Thursday, June 14, at the Donald W. Reynolds Center at the University of Arkansas.

This conference is geared toward web content contributors, webmasters and beyond. The conference will have three morning tracks covering web and digital accessibility, content and user experience. After a break for lunch the afternoon session will include three different workshops to choose from: Web and Digital Accessibility, Bootstrap for easy CSS and HTML and User Experience Design.

The conference is free to all University of Arkansas faculty, staff and students who want to expand their knowledge of web practices and principles. The cost for all others is $35.

Register for this professional development opportunity and access the full conference schedule and presenter information on the 2018 WebFirst Conference website.

Contacts

Kelly Bostick, Training and Support Specialist
University Relations
479-575-7350, kbostick@uark.edu

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