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.


Guest Post: Battling the Negative

Andrew Millar, Head of Web Services at the University of Dundee, will give a plenary talk at the IWMW 2017 event in the opening session which has the theme “The End Of The World?”. The title of Andrew’s talk is “Having a Good Crisis…and Not Wasting It” and in this guest post he gives the background to the talk.

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Social Activities at IWMW 2017

Since the IWMW event was launched in 1997 support for the growth of the web management community has been ranked as important as the content shared in plenary talks and workshop sessions. For many years the conference dinner on the opening night provided opportunities...

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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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