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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 2013 is the seventeenth workshop.
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Institutional Web Management Workshop, IWMW 2013
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The Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW) 2013 will take place at the University of Bath from Wednesday 26th to Friday 28th June 2013.

IWMW 2013 Programme

The programme for IWMW 2013 is given below. Note that the programme is also available on Scribd (which can be embedded form elsewhere). In addition an A4 version suitable for printing is also available (MS Word format):.

In addition a mobile-friendly version is available on Lanyrd.


Wednesday 26th June

Thursday 27th June

Friday 28th June

09.00 Registration (until 17:00) Stop Trying to Avoid Losing & Start Winning: How BS 8878 Reframes the Accessibility Question, Jonathan Hassell Vacate rooms and take luggage to luggage room
09.30 IWMW and the birth of a Content Strategist, Richard Prowse, University of Bath
09.45 Adapting to Responsive Web Design, David Cornforth, Jisc infoNet
10.15 Delegates arrive at Lecture Theatre The University in a Bind, Dai Griffiths, University of Bolton
10:30 Welcome to IWMW 2013,
Brian Kelly, UKOLN
11.00 Open Education: The Business & Policy Case for OER, Cable Green, Creative Commons The Inside-Out University, Martin Hamilton, Loughborough University Tea
11:45 Mozilla, Open Badges and a Learning Standard for Web Literacy, Doug Belshaw, Mozilla Foundation Working With Developers, Paul Walk, UKOLN The Delicious Discomfort Of Not Knowing: How to Lead Effectively Through Uncertainty, Neil Denny, allLD
12:30 Lunch Lunch Conclusions
Brian Kelly, UKOLN
13.00 Finish (13.00)
14:00 Et tu MOOC? Massive Online Considerations, Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou, University of Bath 9am, 16th August, 2012: "What the fcuk just happened then?", Ranjit Sidhu, SiD

Parallel Sessions

The parallel sessions last for 90 minutes and provide an opportunity for delegates to actively participate in group discussions, group exercises, practical sessions, etc. Delegates can choose two parallel sessions from the 20 which are available.

14:45 Turning our Attention to Supporting Research, Amber Thomas, University of Warwick Institutional Culture Is Crippling Your Web Strategy!, Paul Boag, Headscape
15:30 Tea Tea
16:00 Parallel Sessions A: Choose one parallel session (or view the complete list)
Parallel Sessions B: Choose one parallel session (or view the complete list)
17:30 Close for day Close for day