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Popular IWMW 2008 Presentations

Posted by Brian Kelly on 31 Jul 2008

We encouraged presenters and workshop facilitators at IWMW 2008 to make their slides available on Slideshare using the IWMW2008 tag. And I’m pleased to say that not only have a number of the slides have been uploaded, but that they getting large numbers of views.

The most watched slide is Ewan McIntosh’s Unleasing The Tribe closing keynote talk. However the figures are somewhat misleading, as the slides were uploaded a month ago, after Ewan gave a similar talk at a conference in Ireland. Discounting this the most popular slides and from the workshop session on “Mind Mapping for Effective Content Management” given by Gareth Saunders and Stephen Evans (University of St Andrews) following by Michael Nolan’s slides on “Stuff What we’re doing at Edge Hill University“.

I am pleased that the resources which were delivered to about 20-30 people at each of the two sessions I’ve mentioned have been shared with, and used by, a much larger community. Let’s do more of this, I say.

And if you are wondering why Gareth and Stephen’s slides are so popular, why now view them for yourself, or read Gareth’s blog post about his session.

2 Responses to “Popular IWMW 2008 Presentations”

  1. Mike Nolan said

    Gareth and Stephen’s presentation was featured as slideshow of the day and a few others (including mine and Alison’s) were shown in the spotlight on IWMW2008 at the top of the homepage so I’m not too surprised they received high viewing figures! I’ve also had a number of views from embedding in blog posts and twittering the link to SlideShare spreads the word too.

  2. […] IWMW 2008 Presentations The following post was first published on the UK Web Focus blog on 31 July 2008. We encouraged presenters and workshop facilitators at IWMW 2008 to make their […]

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