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Kevin Mears from the University of Glamorgan Web team has attended IWMW before, but this year can’t make it due to some restructuring that has been taking place in his department. It’s clear that a lot of people have been … Continue reading
Squiz and Funnelback Search are looking forward to exhibiting at the IWMW once again this year. Last week, Squiz held a pre-IWMW seminar in London featuring a number of talks on Web Experience Management Solutions, including two case studies from … Continue reading
All attendees of this year’s IWMW have the chance to enter a competition to win a Kindle. Siteimprove are offering the prize as part of an effort to help raise the awareness in the potential to save money through having … Continue reading
This may be a bit late in the day considering how long Marieke has been asking us all to say something about our upcoming IWMW2011 sessions, but I’m afraid the allocated time for a particular “job” always gets lumped toward … Continue reading
Alex Brannen, Director of Communications at the University of Reading, has written us a guest blog post introducing Reading, the University and the Digital Development team. ************* We’re looking forward to welcoming you all to Reading later this month. For … Continue reading
Not enough time, not enough people, not enough budget. These were some of the major obstacles for institution web managers back in 2009, according to some research funded by Eduserv. At the time Andy Powell, our Research Programme Director, said: … Continue reading
This year’s parallel is a follow up to the one I (Chris Gutteridge) gave last year entitled Looking at Linked Data. In March 2011, the University of Southampton launched the data.southampton.ac.uk service with some core datasets from the university. So … Continue reading