Timetable

The timetable for the IWMW 2016 event is given below. Note that a copy suitable for downloading and printing is available on Scribd. In addition details of the event are also available on Lanyrd.

  Tuesday 21 June 2016 Wednesday 22 June 2016 Thursday 23 June 2016
09.00
Theme: Managing Change
Chair: Andrew Millar, University of Dundee


P3: Managing Change: Leading Horses to Water
Rob van Tol, Precedent

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
10.30 Coffee
10.45 Tea/Coffee
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,
Duncan Stephen, SRUC

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
12.30
12.45 Lunch P15: Conclusions
13.00 Finish
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

14.30 Master classes

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
15.00
15.30 Tea/Coffee
16.00 Workshop sessions

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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