|Tuesday 21 June 2016||Wednesday 22 June 2016||Thursday 23 June 2016|
P3: Managing Change: Leading Horses to Water
|Theme: Beyond the Institution
Chair: Claire Gibbons, University of Bradford
P10: It’s Time to Get Personal, Piero Tintori, TERMINALFOUR
|09.30||P11: Working With External Partners,
Mandy Phillips, LJMU and Mark Simpson, Mando
|09.45||P4: Building a New University Website – an Agile Content Case Study, Rich Prowse, University of Bath||P12: Right Here; Right Now: Providing the Information your Students Need and your Regulator Requires,
Marieke Guy, QAA
|10.15||P5: Establishing Digital at the Heart of the University, Gareth Saunders, St Andrews|
|11.00||Registration opens||Theme: When Things Go Wrong!
Chair: Mike McConnell, University of Aberdeen
Open to All: Sharing Horror Stories!
|11.15||Theme: Delivering Services
Chair: Rich Prowse, University of Bath
P6: Building a digital team (almost) from scratch,
|P13: When your website is a ‘national embarrassment’ the only way is up,
Matt Jukes, ONS
|11.45||P7: Prototyping the Digital University, Chris Scott, Headscape and Anja Hazebroek, University of Hull|
|12.00||Theme: Learning and Preparing
P14: Learning From the Past; Looking to the Future,
Panel session facilitated by Mike McConnell
|12.15||P8: 100 to 1(ish) – Unifying a Sprawling Web Estate,
Richard West, Jisc
|13.45||Opening Session. Theme: Understanding Users
Chair: Brian Kelly
P0: Introduction to IWMW 2016, Brian Kelly
|About the Master classes and workshop sessions
These parallel sessions typically provide discussions, group exercises, etc.
There are 8 master classes and 8 workshop sessions available.
|14.00||P1: Requirements Are Hypotheses: How Lean UX Can Help You Develop Better Products, Neil Allison, University of Edinburgh||Theme: Web Analytics and Beyond
Chair: Marieke Guy, QAA
P9: The Google Analytics of Things, Martin Hawksey, ALT
Choose 1 from the 8 master classes:
|14.45||P2: Skin Deep: Using Cosmetic Improvement to Drive Real Change,
Gareth Edwards, The University of Greenwich
Choose 1 from the 8 workshop sessions:
|17.30||Sessions finish||Sessions finish|
|19.00||Conference dinner||Free time for meals|
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