About the IWMW Blog
The IWMW blog has been established to support those with responsibilities for managing institutional web services and other digital channels in the UK’s higher education sector. The blog complements the annual IWMW event.
The IWMW 2016 event was the 20th in the series. In the run-up to the event we published guest posts which reflected on previous events, including the impact of the event and talks presented at events and the development of the web management community.
The theme of the IWMW 2017 event is: “It’s The End Of The Institution As We Know It (And We Feel Fine)”. In the run-up to the event we are inviting members of the UK HE Web community (together with those who work with the sector) to write a blog post related to this theme. Posts may explore the challenges institutions have faced in the past, are currently facing or may expect to face in the future. Posts may also describe how such challenges have been addressed or how institutions hope to or would like to address such challenges.
If you would like to publish a guest blog posts please get in touch with Brian Kelly, founder of the IWMW event on email@example.com
Guidelines for Guest Posts
Guest posts should:
- Reflect the topics covered on this blog (institutional web management).
- Be relevant to readers of the blog.
If you would like to write a guest blog post please contact Brian Kelly, the author of this blog on firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that submission of a guest blog post is subject to the following conditions:
- Guest posts must cover the agreed topic area.
- The editor reserves the right to make minor changes.
- Significant changes to the content will be discussed with the contributor.
- The editor reserves the right not to publish a guest post.
Contributors need not have attended an IWMW event but the post should be related to IWMW events. Guest posts should also provide biographical details in a standard form (including details of IWMW events, if appropriate) and an optional portrait.
Note that posts will be published with a Creative Commons CC-BY licence.
The following guest posts have been published.