Web Publishers Group (WPG)

Join WPG

Membership in the WPG is open to any ANU staff member involved in an ANU website.

The primary purpose of the Web Publishers Group (WPG) is to share information in order to improve professional development and facilitate networking of web publishers. This will enable web publishers to share resources and research and to champion the use and development of web standards and guidelines.

As a member, you will:

  • be able to keep up-to-date with ANU web design and initiatives
  • learn and share knowledge about best practice in web design and development
  • receive and provide help and advice with web problems
  • share information about web technologies used at ANU
  • receive and provide community assistance for people implementing ANU web templates and developing pages on the ANU website
  • stimulate networking amongst web professionals in disparate areas of the University
  • meet regularly for networking, information sharing and special presentations
  • receive notifications by email of any updates to ANU web templates or other ANU-wide web requirements
  • have input into cross-University web projects
  • have access to knowledge and resources within the WPG network

Staying up-to-date & getting support

Next WPG meeting

Keep up-to-date with what has been happening, share anything awesome, and ask your burning questions.

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In the fast-paced world of web, how do you keep up-to-date on what's happening in the ANU webspace and beyond, and how can you get help?


WPG meetings are held monthly, and are a great way to find out about the latest web projects around campus.


If you're a WPG member, Webstyle will email you from time to time to let you know about upcoming style releases and other important news. You can also contact us with web style enquiries.


We'll also post extra information to the Webstyle Twitter page (@anuwebstyle). For example, we'll post interesting web-related readings we've come across so you can keep up-to-date on emerging trends and best practice, we'll help spread your excitement by telling people when your new site goes live, and of course give you the latest information about WPG meetings and career development opportunities.

You don't need to have a Twitter account to read our feed - just go to https://twitter.com/anuwebstyle or the what's happening page. (However, if you'd like to make comments, you'll need to sign up for a Twitter account).


Many of our @anuwebstyle tweets will be cross-posted to the ANU network on Yammer, an emerging social media tool for internal communication within ANU.

Updated:  22 September 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Director Marketing/ Page Contact:  Webstyle