IWMW 2014: Welcome

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Welcome to IWMW 2014:

Welcome to IWMW 2014 Brian Kelly Innovation Advocate Cetis University of Bolton Bolton, UK Contact Details Email: ukwebfocus@gmail.com Twitter : @ briankelly Blog : http://ukwebfocus.wordpress.com/ Cetis Web site : http://www.cetis.ac.uk / F urther information available at http://iwmw.org/iwmw2014/ University of Northumbria , 16 -18 July 2014 IWMW 2014: Rebooting the Web The 18 th Institutional Web Management Workshop Event hashtag: # iwmw14 Session hashtag: # P0

About Me:

About Me Brian Kelly: Innovation Advocate at Cetis, University of Bolton since Oct 2013 Was UK Web Focus at UKOLN, University of Bath, Oct 1996-Jul 2013 My work: Identifying innovative technologies and practices Supporting and promoting appropriate innovative practices across UK HE/FE sector Working with sector in sharing and promoting best practices in use of networked technologies 2

About You :

About You How many: Are new to IWMW events? Have attended: 1-3 IWMW events? ~4-9 IWMW events? >10 IWMW events Work in: HE  FE  Other Are: Part on an institutional Web management team Work elsewhere in a HE/FE institution Are: Developers  Designers  Managers Others (what?) 3

About IWMW :

About IWMW IWMW: Institutional Web Management Workshop Can also be pronounced whim-a-way! Established in 1997 Organised by UKOLN as part of UKOLN’s Jisc-funded activities Supported Jisc’s innovation activities IWMW 2013: 17 th in series Final event organised by UKOLN following cessation of Jisc funding for UKOLN Feedback showed participants felt there was still a need for future IWMW events 4

IWMW 2014:

IWMW 2014 IWMW 2.014 Theme: “ rebooting the Web ” Focus on: Learning from institutional practices and sharing experiences Learning from outside the HE/FE sector Informed future-gazing Provided by: Brian Kelly Cetis, my host institution Netskills Continues to help foster a community of practice But have we got it right? Will there be a need for IWMW 2015? 5

The Programme:

The Programme Day 1 6 Time Title Speaker Opening session: Perspectives from Outside 14.00 Introduction Brian Kelly 14.30 Why you don’t need a social media plan and how to create one anyway Tracy Playle 15.15 Tea 15.45 Digital Adaptation: Time to Untie Your Hands Paul Boag 16.30 Hyper- connectEd : Filling the vacuum by switching from blow to suck Martin Hawksey 17.15 Announcements Social event 17.20 Check in and Free time 19.00 Dinner at Halls of Residence

The Programme:

The Programme Day 2 7 Morning session: Institutional Case Studies (1) 09.00 Building cost-effective, flexible and scalable education resources using Google Cloud Platform Sharif Salah 09.45 Using the start-up playbook to reboot a big university website Ross Ferguson 10.30 Tea 11.00 Marketing is dead, long live UX Neil Allison 11.45 Birds of a Feather ( BoF ) sessions (7 rooms) Sign up 12.30 Lunch Afternoon session: Looking To The Future 14.00 “You are ALL so weird!” University sector analysis & trends Ranjit Sidhu 14.45 What Does The Data Tell Us About UK University Web Sites? Chris Gutteridge & Andrew Milsted 15.30 Tea 16.00 Parallel Sessions Social event 19.00 Reception followed by meals / drinks (DIY)

The Programme (3):

The Programme (3) Day 3 8 Time Title Speaker Session: Institutional Case Studies (II) 09.30 Rebooting MyEd - Making the Portal Relevant Again Martin Morrey 10.15 Allocating Work: Providing Tools for Academics Hiten Vaghmaria 11.00 Tea Session: What Does the Future Hold? 11.30 “What is our vision for the institutional web and can we implement that vision?” All! 12.15 Conclusions 12.30 Close

IWMW 15:

IWMW 15 Do we want an IWMW 2015? What changes should we make? Weekend sessions? 9

IWMW 2015:

IWMW 2015 Do we want an IWMW 2015? What changes should we make? Weekend sessions ? Wider range of sessions? 10

IWMW 2015:

IWMW 2015 Do we want an IWMW 2015? What changes should we make? Weekend sessions? Wider range of sessions Increased sponsorship 11

IWMW 2015:

IWMW 2015 Do we want an IWMW 2015? What changes should we make? Weekend sessions? Wider range of sessions Increased sponsorship Increased fees 12 Below conference norm ALT-C 2014: £579/£697 UCISA 2014: £475/£650 SCONUL 2014: £695 IWMW 2014: £350

Who Makes IWMW 2014 Possible?:

Who Makes IWMW 2014 Possible? The sponsors: Terminal4 • SiD Squiz • Sight Improve The speakers: 11 plenary speakers plus panelists The workshop facilitators: ~10 facilitators The organising team: Netskills Natasha Bishop Brian Kelly The participants: Everybody here! 13

Campus Map:

Campus Map See https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/static/5007/mapJune09.pdf 14 Accommodation

Questions?:

Questions? Any questions, comments, …? 15

The Programme:

The Programme Day 1 16 Time Title Speaker Opening session: Perspectives from Outside 14.00 Introduction Brian Kelly 14.30 Why you don’t need a social media plan and how to create one anyway Tracy Playle 15.15 Tea 15.45 Digital Adaptation: Time to Untie Your Hands Paul Boag 16.30 Hyper- connectEd : Filling the vacuum by switching from blow to suck Martin Hawksey 17.15 Announcements Social event 17.20 Check in and Free time 19.00 Dinner at Halls of Residence

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