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"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 2011 is the fifteenth workshop.
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Institutional Web Management Workshop 2011:
Responding to Change

Parallel Sessions

This page contains information about the parallel sessions at IWMW 2011.

Note that a total of 21 hours of parallel sessions were held.

Day 1: Tuesday 26th July 2011 from 15:30 - 17:00

A1: Accessibility, Inclusiveness and the Mobile Web facilitated: Richard Prowse and Sharon Steeples
See abstract for session and Richard Prowse's and Sharon Steeples' biographical details.
A2: Working against the silo: practical ways to deliver engaging content: Jon David and Jon Reay
See abstract for session and Jon David's and Jon Reay's biographical details.
A3: Enhancing your institutional web site with interactive mapping: Addy Pope
See abstract for session and Addy Pope's biographical details.
A4: The Web Management Community: Beyond IWMW and JISCMail Lists: Brian Kelly
See abstract for session and Brian Kelly's biographical details.
A5: Your Top Ten Legal Issues To Be Thinking About Now: Jason Miles-Campbell
See abstract for session and Jason Miles-Campbell's biographical details.
A6: Birds of a Feather: The Others: Matt Jukes
See abstract for session and Matt Jukes' biographical details.
A7: Listen, Repeat, Learn: How to use Social Media Conversations and Activities to Measure and Demonstrate Impact and Improve Engagement: Nicola Osborne and Paul Milne
See abstract for session and Nicola Osborne's and Paul Milne's biographical details.

Day 2: Wednesday 27th July 2011 from 11:00 - 12:30

B1: Augmented Reality on Smart Phones: Ben Butchart
See abstract for session and Ben Butchart's biographical details.
B2: The 'Web cooperative': Helen Setchell
See abstract for session and Helen Setchell's biographical details.
B3: The Economical way to Amplify Your Event: Marieke Guy and Brian Kelly
See abstract for session and Marieke Guy's and Brian Kelly's biographical details.
B4: Developing Using Third Parties is the tail wagging the dog?: Keith Doyle
See abstract for session and Keith Doyle's biographical details.
B5: Open data; a little goes a long way: Chris Gutteridge
See abstract for session and Chris Gutteridge's biographical details.
B6: Doing Drupal: quick start deployments via distributions: Thom Bunting
See abstract for session and Thom Bunting's biographical details.
B7: Maximising Institutional Webmaster Impact: George Munroe
See abstract for session and George Munroe's biographical details.