IWMW, 2017, the annual Institutional Web Management Workshop, takes place at the University of Kent on 11-13 July. The theme of this year’s event, the 21st in the series is “It’s The End Of The Institution As We Know It (And We Feel Fine)“. The timetable for the IWMW 2017 event is given below.

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

Tuesday 11th July 2017

Time Session Location
11:00–16:00 Registration Keynes Atrium
13.45–15:30 Opening Session:
The End Of The World?

Chair: Brian Kelly
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
13:45–14:00 P0: Introduction to IWMW 2017
Brian Kelly
14:00–14:45 P1: The UK’s European University in a Time of Brexit Bonnie Ferguson, University of Kent
14:45—15:30 P2: Having a Good Crisis…and Not Wasting It
Andrew Millar, University of Dundee
15:30–16:00 Tea/Coffee
16:00–17:30 Workshop Sessions Rooms in Keynes College
17:30–19:00 Free time
 19:00 – late Workshop Dinner Rutherford Dining Hall,
Rutherford College

Wednesday 12th July 2017

Time Session Location
09:00–10:40 Morning Session 1:
We Feel Fine (Governance Issues)

Chair: Claire Gibbons
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
09:00–09:40 P3: High Sights, High Standards
Carley Hollis, University of St Andrews
09:40–10:10 P4: Making Digital Change Happen
Melanie Read, University of London
10.10–10.40 P5: You Touched It Last: Designing Governance for Devolved Institutions
Gareth Edwards, University of Greenwich
10.40–11.00 Tea/Coffee
11:00–12:30 Morning Session 2:
We Feel Fine (Tools and Technologies)

Chair: Andrew Millar, University of Dundee
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
11:00–11:30 P6: Realising the Vision of a Single Source
of Course Information

Graham Bird, Jenni Taylor & David Hopkins, Cardiff University
11:30–12:00 P7: Oxford Mosaic – A Web Publishing Platform
for the Future

Matthew Castle & Ruth Mason, University of Oxford
12:00–12:30 P8: Building a Digital Publishing Platform
Rich Prowse, University of Bath
12:30–14:00 Lunch
14:00–14:45 Afternoon Session:
We Feel Fine (Understanding Our Users)
Chair: Bonnie Ferguson, University of Kent
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
14:00–14:45 P9: Students as Humans: Understanding and
Segmenting the Real Student Experience

Michael Frantzis, Precedent
14:50–17.30 Master Classes (including coffee break) Rooms in Keynes College
18:00–20:00 Barbecue K.Bar, Keynes College


Thursday 13th July 2017

Time Session Location
09:15–10:20 Morning Session 1:
We Feel Fine (Working With The Wider Sector)

Chair: Marieke Guy, QAA
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
09:15–09:50 P10: 5 Conversion Techniques that Higher Ed Can Learn From eCommerce, Piero Tintori, TerminalFOUR
09:50–10:20 P12: How to Win Over Your Colleagues and Make Life Easier, Paul Boag, Boagworld
10:20–11:00 Tea/Coffee  
11:00–12.45 Morning Session 2:
We Feel Fine (The Core Community)

Chair: Mike McConnell, University of Aberdeen
Keynes Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)
11:00–11:30 P13: Building a Collaborative Culture in an Institution
Stratos Filalithis, University of Edinburgh
11:30–11:50 P14: The Life Academic
Christopher Gutteridge, University of Southampton
11.50–12.10 P15: Student Life, Tom Wright, University of Lincoln
12:10–12:40 P16: Panel session chaired by Mike McConnell
12:40–12:45 Conclusions

The timetable is also available on Lanyrd. This enables speakers, facilitators and participants to connect with their peers using a Twitter ID. In addition if you have a mobile device you will be able to view the programme, speakers and other content using the Lanyrd app. You can also view the programme on Lanyrd for:

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