Understanding Users, Managing Change, Delivering Services
Liverpool John Moores University
21-23 June 2016
The Institutional Web Management Workshop is the premier event for the UK’s higher educational web management community.
The annual 3-day event provides opportunities for those with responsibilities for managing institutional web services and related digital channels to learn from case studies, hear about innovative approaches and share and discuss challenges in managing institutional web services.
The event attracts core members of institutional Web teams such as developers, designers, content creators and managers. This year the event will also seek to attract policy makers and senior managers with responsibilities for facilitating organisational change.
The IWMW 2016 event is now over. From the comments I've received so far the event was a great success, attracting 139 delegates from across the UK's higher education community, related HE agencies and other public sector bodies, from commercial companies which work...read more
In the second plenary presentation at IWMW16, Gareth Edwards from the University of Greenwich provided a case study of a three month site re-skin project carried out at the University of Greenwich.read more
In the opening plenary of IWMW 2016, Neil Allison from University of Edinburgh introduced the key concepts of Lean UX, how it can help you better meet business and user needs, and how it can nudge your colleagues to think about their requirements differently.read more
Twenty years ago Helen Sargan attended her first IWMW event. In this guest post Helen, a regular participant at IWMW events, looks back over the past twenty years of the event.read more
A recent post summarised the total number of speakers at IWMW events. This post looks into the data more deeply in order to answer the question “How many individuals have spoken at IWMW events?”read more
In the first of a number of posts which look into the 20 year history of IWMW events Brian Kelly answers the question “How many speakers have there been at IWMW events?”read more