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)“. Details of the parallel workshop sessions are given below.

The workshop sessions took place for 16.00-17.30 on Tuesday 11 July. The sessions addressed specific aspects of work related to the provision of institutional web and other digital services.

Participants can choose to attend one of the parallel sessions. The preferred session should be selected using the online registration form when you book for the event.

Note you must make a note of the session code when you wish to book a place at the event (the online booking form is held on a separate web site).

Core Activities For The Community

A1: User Testing – A Toolkit

Facilitated by Alberto Guglielmi, University of Birmingham. See abstract.

A2: Create Effective Content Quickly With Pair Writing

Facilitated by Lauren Tormey, University of Edinburgh. See abstract.

A3: Making Web and Digital Work For Your Students

Facilitated by Tom Wright, University of Lincoln. See abstract.

A4: A Practical Guide to How We Built a Self-Documenting Digital Pattern Library

Facilitated by Stephen Evans, University of St Andrews. See abstract.

A5: Reviving Our Online Brand

Facilitated by Jonathan Thirlwell, Matthew Bull and Sam Charman, University of Kent. See abstract.

New Areas; Innovative Technologies

A7: The Sixty Minute (Data Dashboard) Makeover – in 1 hour 30 minutes!

Facilitated by Marieke Guy, QAA and Jon Rathmill, University of Kent. See abstract.

A8: Open Campus – Using Virtual Tours to Engage With ALL Your Audiences

Facilitated by David Oulton and Aldona Gosnell, University of Edinburgh. See abstract.

Learning From the Wider Community

A9: EA (Enterprise Architecture) in an Agile Context

Facilitated by Nick Harper, UCAS. See abstract.

A10: Data: The Most Untapped Resource in your Student Retention Strategy

Facilitated by Adam Frank and Esther Berry, Squiz. See abstract.

A11: How To Be A Productivity Ninja

Facilitated by Lee Garrett, Think Productive. See abstract.