Institutional Web Management Workshop 2009
Further information about the plenary talks for IWMW 2009 is given below. Please note a live video stream for the talks was also provided.
Note that a total of 6 hours of plenary talks were held.
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- #P0: Welcome
Workshop introduction by Marieke Guy and Brian Kelly, UKOLN on Tuesday 28 July from 13:30-14:15
- #P1: Headlights on Dark Roads
Plenary talk by Derek Law, University of Strathclyde on Tuesday 28 July from 14:15-15:00
See abstract and Derek Law's biographical details
- #P2: Servicing 'Core' and 'Chore': A framework for understanding a Modern IT Working Environment
Plenary talk by David Harrison and Joe Nicholls, Cardiff University on Wednesday 29 July from 09:00-09:45
See abstract and David Harrison's and Joe Nicholls' biographical details.
- #P3: Making your killer applications... killer!
Plenary talk by Paul Boag, Headscape on Wednesday 29 July from 09:45-10:30
See abstract and Paul Boag's biographical details
- #P8: How the BBC make Web sites
Plenary talk by Michael Smethurst, BBC on Thursday 30 July from 09:00-09:45
See abstract and Michael Smethurst's biographical details
The talks in this strand will focus on the marketing, communications and management aspects of Web management. These plenary talks will be given at the same time as back-end parallel sessions.
- #P4: What is the Web?
Plenary talk by James Currall, University of Glasgow on Wednesday 29 July from 13:30-14:15
See abstract and James Currall's biographical details
- #P5: Hub Websites for Youth Participation
Plenary talk by David Newman, Queen's University Belfast on Wednesday 29 July from 14:15-15:00
See abstract and David Newman's biographical details
The talks in this strand will focus on technical aspects of Web management. These plenary talks will be given at the same time as front-end parallel sessions.
- #P6: Agile Prototyping in Academia
Plenary talk by Dave Flanders, JISC on Wednesday 29 July from 15:30-16:15
See abstract and Dave Flanders' biographical details
- #P7: Lightweight Web Management
Plenary talk by Christopher Gutteridge, University of Southampton on Wednesday 29 July from 16:15-17:00
See abstract and Christopher Gutteridge's biographical details