Programme

The programme for the IWMW 2017 event is shown below. The programme consists of plenary talks, master classes and workshop sessions.

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Day 1, Tuesday 11 July 2017

Time Event Notes
11.00 Registration
Opening Session theme: “The End Of The World?
Chair: Brian Kelly
13.45 Welcome to IWMW 2017 Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
14.00 P1: Opening plenary talk
Bonnie Ferguson, University of Kent
14.45 P2: Having a Good Crisis…and Not Wasting It
Andrew Millar, University of Dundee
15.30 Coffee
16.00 Workshops Choose 1 of 12 available
17.30 Sessions finish
19.00 Dinner

 

Day 2, Wednesday 12 July 2017

Time Event Notes
Morning Session 1 theme: “We Feel Fine (Governance Issues)
Chair: Claire Gibbons
09.00 P3: High Sights, High Standards
Carley Hollis, University of St Andrews
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
09.40 P4: Making Digital Change Happen
Melanie Read, University of London
10.10 P5: You Touched It Last: Designing Governance for Devolved Institutions
Gareth Edwards, University of Greenwich
10.40 Coffee
Morning Session 2 theme: “We Feel Fine (Tools and Technologies)
Chair: Andrew Millar
11.00 P6: Realising the Vision of a Single Source of Course Information
Graham Bird, Jenni Taylor & David Hopkins, Cardiff University
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
11.30 P7: Oxford Mosaic – A Web Publishing Platform for the Future
Matthew Castle & Ruth Mason, University of Oxford
12.00 P8: Building a Digital Publishing Platform
Rich Prowse, University of Bath
12.30 Lunch
Afternoon Session 1 theme: “We Feel Fine (Understanding Our Users)
14.00 P9: Students as Humans: Understanding and Segmenting the Real Student Experience
Michael Frantzis, Precedent
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
14.50 Master Classes (including coffee break) Choose 1 of 9 available
17.30 Sessions finish
19.00 DIY eating and entertainment

 

Day 3, Thursday 13 July 2017

Time Event Notes
Morning Session 2 theme: “We Feel Fine (Working With The Wider Sector)
Chair: Marieke Guy
09.10 P10: 5 Conversion Techniques that Higher Ed Can Learn From eCommerce
Piero Tintori, TerminalFOUR
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
09.40 P11: UCAS – From Clearing House to Digital Ecosystem
Fatuma Mahad and Nick Harper, UCAS
10.10 P12: How to Win Over Your Colleagues and Make Life Easier
Paul Boag, Boagworld
10.40 Coffee
Morning Session 2 theme: “We Feel Fine (The Core Community)
Chair: Mike McConnell
11.00 P13: Building a Collaborative Culture in an Institution
Stratos Filalithis, University of Edinburgh
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
11.30 P14: The Life Academic
Chris Gutteridge, University of Southampton
11.50 P15: Student Life
Tom Wright, University of Lincoln
12.10 P16: Panel session
12.40 Concluding remarks
12.45 Finish