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IWMW 2017 Programme Available

Posted by Brian Kelly on 11 Apr 2017

I am pleased to announce that the programme for the IWMW 2017 event is now available.

IWMW 2017, the annual Institutional Web Management Workshop, will be held at the University of Kent on 11-13 July. This year’s theme is “It’s The End Of The Institution As We Know It (And We Feel Fine)“. The plenary talks address the theme:

The End Of The World?: The opening afternoon consists of two plenary talks which address the challenges institutions currently face.

We Feel Fine (Governance Issues): The first morning session on the second day describes how institutions are addressing challenges through governance issues.

We Feel Fine (Tools and Technologies): The second morning session on the second day summarises tools and technologies being used to support large-scale institutional web services.<!–

We Feel Fine (Understanding Our Users): The afternoon topamax session on the second day explores how institutions can understanding the real student experience.

We Feel Fine (Working With The Wider Sector): The first morning session on the third day provides insights from the wider community.

We Feel Fine (The Core Community): The final session looks at the core communities we serve: staff and students and those those responsible for supporting those communities.

In addition to the plenary talks there are 12 workshop sessions on the first day and 9 master classes on the second day.

The cost of the event is £400, which includes full attendance at the event, accommodation for 2 nights, conference materials, refreshments and lunch, workshop dinner and social events. The cost for attendance without accommodation is £315.

Online registration for the event will be opened shortly is now open.

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