Raising Awareness

"The IWMW event provides an opportunity for those involved in the provision of institutional Web services to hear about institutional case studies, national initiatives and emerging technologies and to actively participate in a number of parallel sessions."

IWMW 2009 is the thirteenth workshop.
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Institutional Web Management Workshop 2009


The programme for the workshop is given below.

Time Day 1
Tuesday 28 July
Day 2
Wednesday 29 July
Day 3
Thursday 30 July
07:00-09:00   Breakfast Breakfast
09:00-09:45 Morning Session chaired by Debbie Nicholson, University of Essex
Plenary P2:
Servicing 'Core' and 'Chore', David Harrison and Joe Nicholls, University of Cardiff
Morning Session chaired by Mike Nolan, Edge Hill University
Plenary P8:
How the BBC make Web sites, Michael Smethurst and Matthew Wood, BBC
09:45-10:30 Plenary P3:
Making your killer applications... killer!, Paul Boag, Headscape
Developer Lounge Show and Tell
10:30-11:00 Tea/Registration opens
(10:30 - 12:30)
Tea Tea
11:00-11:30 BarCamps Chaired by Brian Kelly, UKOLN
Workshop conclusions
11:30-12:00 IT Drop in Session
11:30 - 12:30
12:00-12:30 BarCamps
12:30-13:30 Lunch Lunch Workshop Closes at 12:00

Afternoon Session chaired by Marieke Guy, UKOLN

Welcome to IWMW 2009: Brian Kelly

Front-end Strand
Afternoon session chaired by Miles Banbery, University of Kent
Back-end Strand
Afternoon Session chaired by Keith Brooke, University of Essex
Plenary P4: (13:30-14:15)
What is the Web?, James Currall, University of Glasgow,
Parallel Sessions (2)
Plenary P5: (14:15-15:30)
Hub Websites for Youth Participation, David Newman, Queen's University
Keynote Plenary P1:
Headlights on Dark Roads, Derek Law, University of Strathclyde
15:00-15:30 Tea Tea
Parallel Sessions (1)
Front-end StrandBack-end Strand
Parallel Sessions (2) Plenary P6: (15:30-16:15)
Agile Prototyping in Academia, Dave Flanders, JISC
Plenary P7: (16:15-17:00)
Lightweight Web Management, Christopher Gutteridge, University of Southampton
17:00-19:00 Free time Free time
Evening Social Event 1 Social Event 2

This year based on previous feedback a small element of streaming has been introduced to the workshop. The streaming will take place on the day 2 (Wednesday 29 July) afternoon. The two strands will concentrate on different areas of Web management. The Front-end strand is more marketing, communications and management focussed while the Back-end is more technical focussed. More information on the strands will follow.

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