IWMW 2017:

It’s The End Of The Institution As We Know It (And We Feel Fine)

University of Kent
11-13 July 2017


The Institutional Web Management Workshop is the premier event for the UK’s higher educational web management community.

The annual 3-day event provides opportunities for those with responsibilities for managing institutional web services and related digital channels to learn from case studies, hear about innovative approaches and share and discuss challenges in managing institutional web services.

The event attracts core members of institutional Web teams such as developers, designers, content creators and managers. This year the event will also seek to attract policy makers and senior managers with responsibilities for facilitating organisational change.


Overview of Speakers at IWMW Events

Attracting Speakers from the Community What's a good way of sharing experiences and learning from others? An approach taken at IWMW events has been to encourage members of the web management community to share their experiences with others who have responsibilities...

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IWMW17 Sessions Beyond Traditional Web Management

Parallel sessions at the IWMW 2017 event will go beyond those on best practices for providing mainstream institutional web sites. Other sessions provide opportunities for participants to learn new skills (e.g. on data and virtual tours); one use of social web services and on developing one’s general work skills. And if you’re confused by language used by techies, the Web 101 session might appeal!

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Host Institutions for IWMW Participants (and a Survey for Non-Participants!)

This blog post introduces a survey which aims to address those who do not attend IWMW events in order to discover the reasons for this.  Surveying non-attendees at an event is clearly not easy – how do we find these people? We hope that IWMW attendees will be willing to share information about the survey – and to incentivise completion of the survey those who complete the form will be entered into a draw for a small gift.

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