IWMW 2018, the annual Institutional Web Management Workshop, takes place at the University of York on 11-13 July. The theme of this year’s event, the 22nd in the series is “Streamlining Digital“. Details of the parallel workshop sessions are given below.

The workshop sessions will take place for 16.00-17.30 on Wednesday 12 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).

A1: Yorkie Bars, Jammie Dodgers & Seven Other Essentials For Successful Usability Testing

Facilitated by Paul Kelly, University of York. See abstract.

A2: Optimising Your Content Management System [Full]

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

A3: You’ve Got (Too Much) Mail: Encouraging Self-Service Through Improving Content

Facilitated by Lauren Tormey and Duncan MacGruer, University of Edinburgh. See abstract.

A4: Solving Problems and Making Friends Using Design Sprints

Facilitated by Steve Burrows, University of Dundee. See abstract.

A5: Content Strategy: a Learning Journey [Full]

Facilitated by Sarah Fisher, University of Kent. See abstract.

A7: How to Market Something No-one is Searching For

Facilitated by Duncan Ireland, University of the Highlands and Islands. See abstract.

A8: Designing Usability Tests to Solve Common Problems

Facilitated by Melanie Read, University of London and Marie Kitney, Numiko. See abstract.

A9: Expertise in Your Ears: a Rough Guide to Podcasting

Facilitated by Dave Musson, The Native. See abstract.