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 2010 is the fourteenth workshop. This year's theme is 'The Web in Turbulent Times'.
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Institutional Web Management Workshop 2010

Plenary Talks

Further information about the plenary talks for IWMW 2010 is given below. A live video stream was provided for these talks. Recordings of the talks are now available.

Note that a total of 7 hours of plenary talks were held.

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  • #P0: Welcome
    Workshop introduction by Marieke Guy and Brian Kelly, UKOLN on Monday 12 July from 13:30-14:00
    See abstract
  • #P1: The Web in Turbulent Times
    Plenary talk by Chris Sexton, University of Sheffield on Monday 12 July from 14:00-14:45
    See abstract and Chris Sexton's biographical details
  • #P2: Are web managers still needed when everyone is a web 'expert'?
    Plenary talk by Susan Farrell, Susan Farrell Associates on Monday 12 July from 14:45-15:30
    Susan Farrell's See abstract and biographical details.
  • #P3: HTML5 (and friends)
    Plenary talk by Patrick Lauke, Opera Software ASA on Tuesday 13 July from 09:00-09:45
    See abstract and Patrick Lauke's biographical details
  • #P4: Mobile Web and Campus Assistant
    Plenary talk by Damian Steer, ILRT, University of Bristol on Tuesday 13 July from 09:45-10:30
    See abstract and Damian Steer's biographical details
  • #P5: 'So what do you do exactly?' In challenging times justifying the roles of the web teams
    Plenary talk by Ranjit Sidhu, Statistics into Decisions on Tuesday 13 July from 11:00-11:45
    See abstract and Ranjit Sidhu's biographical details
  • #P6: No money? No matter - Improve your website with next to no cash
    Plenary talk by Paul Boag, Headscape on Tuesday 13 July from 11:45-12:30
    See abstract and Paul Boag's biographical details
  • #P7: It's all gone horribly wrong: disaster communication in a crisis
    Plenary talk by Jeremy Speller, UCL on Tuesday 13 July from 13:30-14:15
    See abstract and Jeremy Speller's biographical details
  • #P8: Doing the Day Job
    Plenary talks and panel session on Wednesday 14 July from 09:15-11:00
    See abstract
  • #P9: Conclusions
    Workshop conclusions facilitated by Brian Kelly, UKOLN on Wednesday 14 July from 11:30-12:30
    See abstract

Information on Session Chairs.