About this blogThis blog supported UKOLN's IWMW 2011 which was held at the University of Reading 26-27 July 2011.
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The time has come to close the IWMW 2011 blog as we no longer intend to publish any more significant posts. The blog will remain here as a resource for you to use though comments have now been closed. Blog … Continue reading
During IWMW’s life we’ve always done our best to make sure that details reach the right target audience. Once you’ve been to IWMW and are in the loop you’re more than likely to hear about when the next one will … Continue reading
It’s great to see so many blog posts about this year’s event. Here are the ones we’ve collected so far: General Richard Nurse – Libwebrarian: IWMW 2010 Nicola Osbourne – IWMW 2011 Live blog Kris Collins – IWMW Event 2011: … Continue reading
Gary Rowntree, UK Account Manager for Siteimprove Ltd, has written a blog post for us on the results of the SiteImprove competition they ran from the exhibition stand. ********* Firstly, thanks to the UKOLN team and University of Reading for … Continue reading
We would really appreciate it if you could fill in the IWMW 2011 Online Evalution form. Evaluation of the event is very important in helping us make IWMW as relevant, effective, high-quality and enjoyable as it can be. Thanks
In parallel session A5: Your Top Ten Legal Issues To Be Thinking About Now the facilitator Jason Miles-Campbell applauded us for turning up to his session on a hot, Tuesday afternoon and started off by giving us a brief over … Continue reading
This year we are trying something a little different and will be using Adobe Connect to stream the plenary talks. One of the key reasons for us using Connect, rather than another live streaming service, is that we feel it … Continue reading
Once again IWMW have been lucky enough to be able to offer a number of sponsored places for those who haven’t been able to secure institutional support for this year’s event. This year Statistics into Decisions (or SiD) has sponsored … Continue reading
JISC Call JISC has announced a HEFCE funded programme designed to help prepare the sector for increasing demands on course data. Information about the call is available at: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities.aspx All eligible institutions are invited to take part in Stage 1, … Continue reading