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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 2012 is the sixteenth workshop.
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Institutional Web Management Workshop 2012:
Embedding Innovation


Information about the plenary talks at IWMW 2012 is given below. Note that you can also view the IWMW 2012 programme or the information about the parallel sessions.

This year's key themes for the plenary talks are Data - the New Content, Embedding Innovation and Institutional Case Studies.

Note that details of the talks is also available in RSS format.

Note that a total of 8.5 hours of plenary talks were held.

Monday 18 June 2012

  • New to the Sector? New to Web Management? New to IWMW?
    Plenary session on Monday 18th June from 13:30-14:00
    See abstract.
  • #P0: Welcome
    Workshop introductions by Dawn Ellis, University of Edinburgh and Brian Kelly, UKOLN on Monday 18th June from 16:00-16:20
    See abstract and Dawn Ellis's and Brian Kelly's biographical details.

Theme: Data - the New Content

  • #P1: Data and the Web Manager
    Opening plenary talk on Monday 18th June from 16:25-17:15
    See the abstract and Kevin Ashley's biographical details.

Tuesday 19 June 2012

  • #P2: Open Data Development in the City of Edinburgh Council
    Plenary talk by Sally Kerr and Suraj Kika on Tuesday 19th June from 09:00-09:45
    See the abstract and Sally Kerr's and Suraj Kika's biographical details.
  • #P3: Data Visualisation: A Taster
    Plenary talk by Tony Hirst and Martin Hawksey on Tuesday 19th June from 09:45-10:30
    See the abstract and Tony Hirst and Martin Hawksey biographical details.
  • #P4: Key Information Sets Data
    Plenary talk by Andrew Oakley on Tuesday 19th June from 11:00-11:45
    See the abstract and Andrew Oakley's biographical details.

Theme: Embedding Innovation

  • #P5: Beyond WCAG: Experiences in Implementing BS 8878
    Plenary talk by EA Draffan on Tuesday 19th June from 11:45-12:30
    See the abstract and EA Draffan's biographical details.
  • #P6: Going Online - Do Universities Really Understand the Internet?
    Plenary talk by Professor Ferdinand von Prondzynski on Tuesday 19th June from 14:00-14:45
    See the abstract and Professor Ferdinand von Prondzynski's biographical details.
  • #P7: Do I Need an App for That?
    Plenary talk by Rob Borley on Wednesday 20th June from 14:45-15:30
    See the abstract and Rob Borley's biographical details.

Wednesday 20 June 2012

Theme: Institutional Case Studies

  • #P8: What Do You Really Want?
    Plenary talk by Dawn Ellis on Wednesday 20th June from 09:30-10:00
    See the abstract and Dawn Ellis's biographical details.
  • #P9: Serve Two Masters: Creating Large-Scale Responsive Websites
    Plenary talk by Keith Doyle and Paddy Callaghan on Wednesday 20th June from 10:00-10:30
    See the abstract and Keith Doyle and Paddy Callaghan's biographical details.
  • #P10: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Two Years of Running a Content Management Service
    Plenary talk by Helen Sargan on Wednesday 20th June from 11:00-11:30
    See the abstract and Helen Sargan's biographical details.
  • #P11: Measuring Impact
    Plenary talk by Stephen Emmott on Wednesday 20th June from 11:30-12:00
    See the abstract and Stephen Emmott's biographical details.

Theme: Reflections - and Looking to the Future

  • Conclusions
    Workshop conclusions on Wednesday 20th June from 12:00 - 12:45
    See abstract.