The IWMW Blog
The IWMW blog has been set up to support providers of institutional web and other digital services across the UK’s higher and further education sectors. The initial focus of the blog is the history of the IWMW event.
IWMW 2018, the 22nd annual Institutional Web Management Workshop, took place at the University of York on 11-13th July 2018.
The IWMW blog was established for IWMW 2016, the 20th anniversary event to provide a record of memories of the event and the development and growth of the UK Web management / digital community. The blog will continue to be published.
The call for submissions for IWMW 2018 has been extended by two weeks, to 26 February. This post provides details of the second phase of the call for submissions.read more
As well as plenary talks there are a variety of other types of sessions which potential speakers may wish to consider when preparing a submission to the IWMW 2018 event. Read on to hear more …read more
We are pleased to announce that the call for submissions for the IWMW 2018 event is now open. The IWMW 2018 event, the 22nd in the series, will be held at the University of York on 11-13 July 2018.read more
The IWMW 2018 Advisory Group are pleased to announce this year’s theme and invite those in relevant professions to get in touch if they would like to get involved in the event as a speaker, workshop leader, sponsor – or if you simply have some good ideas to share!read more
In order to identify ways in which we can improve future IWMW events we have been surveying similar events aimed at the web and digital communities. This post provides a summary of the findings.read more
The IWMW 2018 event will be held at the University of York on 11-13 July 2018. The event co-chairs, Brian Kelly and Claire Gibbons, are pleased to announce details of the event which next year will celebrate its 22nd anniversary.read more
Watch the IWMW17 closing panel session, chaired by Mike McConnell and featuring comments from Helen Sargan, Kat Husbands, Ed Creed and Carley Hollis.read more
Watch Tom Wright give an overview of work at Lincoln to develop new student-led digital community hubs in his IWMW 2017 plenary talk.read more
Christopher Gutteridge has been on safari with academics at the University of Southampton. Watch his IWMW 2017 plenary talk to hear a summary of his findings.read more
Watch Stratos Filalithis discuss how the University of Edinburgh is attempting to break silos and organisational barriers to enable and build a collaborative culture to deliver web services.read more
Watch Paul Boag at IWMW17, where he outlined tips and techniques that will raise the profile of digital, and approaches to win over colleagues and make your teams life easier.read more
Watch Piero Tintori at IWMW 2017 outline five conversion techniques that higher ed can learn from eCommerce including personalisation, predictive analytics and CRM ‘student’ life-cycle integration.read more
Watch Michael Frantzis’ IWMW 2017 plenary talk, exploring how data-driven understanding can be used to improve both student recruitment and retention.read more
Watch Rich Prowse explain at IWMW 2017 how the University of Bath digital team is building a publishing platform for the future.read more
Watch Matthew Castle and Ruth Mason discuss Oxford Mosaic – a centralised web publishing platform – at IWMW 2017.read more
Watch Graham Bird, Jenni Taylor and David Hopkins at IWMW17, where they discuss Cardiff University’s efforts to establish a single source of course informationread more
Watch Gareth Edwards’ IWMW 2017 plenary talk, in which he explore some of the common problems with devolving digital management to local users.read more
Watch Melanie Read’s IWMW17 plenary talk, in which she outlines the approach taken by the University of London to address its muddled online presence.read more
Watch Carley Hollis’ IWMW17 plenary talk, where she discusses St Andrews University’s the three-pronged approach to standardise, document and educate.read more
Watch Andrew Millar’s IWMW 2017 plenary talk, where he discusses how to use a crisis to get people to think differently and start to effect change.read more