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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Category Archives: Workshops
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
My name is Nicola Osborne and I am the Social Media Officer for EDINA where I advise colleagues working on our various projects and services in how to make the best use of social media – both to connect with … Continue reading
This may be a bit late in the day considering how long Marieke has been asking us all to say something about our upcoming IWMW2011 sessions, but I’m afraid the allocated time for a particular “job” always gets lumped toward … Continue reading
Background Since the Institutional Web Management Workshop series was launched back in 1997 we have always ensured that the slides used by the plenary speakers were made publicly available – so you can still see the slides from IWMW 1997 … Continue reading
There have been a few changes to sessions originally advertised. Piero Tintori can no longer attend this year’s evebt so his sessions A4: Website personalisation for more effective student recruitment and engagement and B3: Building a low cost mobile Web … Continue reading
Can you remember when mobiles were all about making phone calls? These days mobiles can do it all… Consideration for the mobile Web is becoming an increasingly important area for HE and FE institutions and we’d be fools to ignore … Continue reading
This year’s parallel is a follow up to the one I (Chris Gutteridge) gave last year entitled Looking at Linked Data. In March 2011, the University of Southampton launched the data.southampton.ac.uk service with some core datasets from the university. So … Continue reading
The term Web 2.0 almost seems dated. We have been using social networking services for many years now; as individuals and on behalf of our institutions. But are we doing it right? Are we truly making the most out of … Continue reading
Over the years I’ve been to a few IWMWs (five or six I think) – as a delegate, a speaker, a committee member and even a sponsor. I know the organisers pretty well and I’ve always encouraged my team members … Continue reading