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Talk by Brian Kelly, UKOLN on "New to the Sector? New to Web Management? New to IWMW?" given at UKOLN's IWMW 2012 event held in Edinburgh on 18-20 June 2012. ...

Talk by Brian Kelly, UKOLN on "New to the Sector? New to Web Management? New to IWMW?" given at UKOLN's IWMW 2012 event held in Edinburgh on 18-20 June 2012.

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  • Twitter: http://iwmw.ukoln.ac.uk/iwmw2012/talks/newcomers/ http://iwmw.ukoln.ac.uk/iwmw2012/talks/newcomers/#iwmw12 IWMW 2012 #new New to the Sector? New to Web Management? New to IWMW? Brian Kelly Acceptable Use Policy Acceptable Use Policy UKOLN Recording this talk, taking photos, Recording this talk, taking photos, University of Bath discussing the content using discussing the content using Bath, UK Twitter, blogs, etc. is permitted Twitter, blogs, etc. is permitted Email: providing distractions to others is providing distractions to others is b.kelly@ukoln.ac.uk minimised. minimised. Blog: Twitter: http://ukwebfocus.wordpress.com/ http://twitter.com/briankelly/ UKOLN is supported by: This work is licensed under a A centre of expertise in digital information management Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 licence (but note caveat)
  • About You Previous attendance: Newcomers 66 (42%) 1 to 3 60 (38%) 4 or 5 13 (8%) 6 or more 20 (12%) TOTAL 159 (out of 170) Mobile devices: iPhone/iPad: 106 (62%) Android: 27 (16%) Other: 8 (5%) Not known: 29 (17) TOTAL 141 (out of 170)2 Likely to use Twitter: 87 A centre of expertise in digital information management
  • Aims of Session This session aims to: • Provide an opportunity to hear from an experienced Web manager about “what he wish he’d known when he started!” • Explain what IWMW event is about to those who have not attended previous events • Summarise the services provided by the ISC at UKOLN and by JISC of relevance to Web managers Speakers: • Brian Kelly, Mike Nolan (Edge Hill3 University) and Amber Thomas (JISC) A centre of expertise in digital information management
  • About IWMW IWMW: • Annual Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW) • Started in July 1997 and is now in its 16th year • Travels around the UK – third time in Scotland A centre of expertise in digital information management4
  • Photo from Times Online A centre of expertise in digital information management X
  • About IWMW IWMW: • Annual Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW) • Started in 1997 and now in its 16th year • Travels around the UK Aims: • To keep web managers up-to-date with developments and best practices in order that institutions can exploit the Web to its full potential A centre of expertise in digital information management6
  • IWMW How does it try to achieve its goal? • Plenary talks which:  Provide shared context  Highlight key developments and practices  Stimulate the audience! A centre of expertise in digital information management7
  • A centre of expertise in digital information management8
  • IWMW How does it try to achieve its goal? • Plenary talks which:  Provide shared context  Highlight key developments and practices  Stimulate the audience! • Parallel workshop sessions which:  Provide opportunity for everyone to contribute  Allow delegates to chose preferred sessions (3 from 20 sessions at IWMW 2012 A centre of expertise in digital information management9
  • A centre of expertise in digital information management10
  • IWMW How does it try to achieve its goal? • Plenary talks which:  Provide shared context  Highlight key developments and practices  Stimulate the audience! • Parallel workshop sessions which:  Provide opportunity for everyone to contribute  Allow delegates to chose (3 from 20 sessions) • Social events which:  Provide opportunity to development one’s professional network A centre of expertise in digital information management11
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/milesbanbery/2695356356/ A centre of expertise in digital information management
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  • Community of Practice Claire Gibbon on University of Bradford Web team blog. A centre of expertise in digital information management14
  • Community of Practice A community of practice (CoP) is ... a group of people who share a craft and/or a profession. The group can evolve naturally because of the members common interest in a particular domain or area, or it can be created specifically with the goal of gaining knowledge related to their field. It is through the process of sharing information and experiences with the group that the members learn from each other, and have an opportunity to develop themselves personally and professionally. A centre of expertise in digital information management Wikipedia15
  • Our strength is the community, not the expertise of individuals, the reputation of the institution, … A centre of expertise in digital information management16
  • The IWMW CoP ~136 plenary speakers at IWMW events. Apart from organisers most have spoken once. 1 2 3 4 ~190 workshop facilitators at IWMW events. Majority have facilitated a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 single session There has been ~100 hours of plenary talks and 380+ hours of parallel sessions for over 2,500 delegates at 16 IWMW events.17 A centre of expertise in digital information management
  • The CoP Beyond IWMW We used to use JISCMail mailing lists. Now social web provides tools for: • Discussing 1999-2011 • Sharing • Collaborating • Disseminating •… A centre of expertise in digital information management18
  • Culture of Sharing “In recent weeks I’ve set out to compile a dataset of all UK university social media (SM) accounts. .. it wasn’t until sharing my work with the web community that it grew to [be a comprehensive resource” A centre of expertise in digital information management19
  • Culture of Sharing UK HE can be more effective if it shared such data, rather than20 replicates such activities (or ways commercial sector for data) A centre of expertise in digital information management
  • The Role of Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/iwmw/iwmw12 The iwmw12 Twitter list comprises 80+ Twitter users21 who Aare attending IWMW management centre of expertise in digital information 2012
  • Building on Twitter Bottlenose display of tweets from ~83 IWMW 12 attendees: based on twitter.com/iwmw/iwmw12 . A centre of expertise in digital information management22
  • Building on Twitter Newspaper display of contents of links tweeted A centre of expertise in digital information management23
  • Building on Twitter Sonar display allows mining for tweets of interestFree account offered in digital information management A centre of expertise to first 3 IWMW newcomers & first 2 othersto tweet #bottlenose #iwmw12 (& #new if appropriate)24
  • Twitter, like many SNs, can get better as more people use it.IWMW12 centre of expertise in digital information management your Twitter network.25 A provides opportunity to develop
  • JISC ISC at UKOLN IWMW event now provided by the JISC-funded Innovation Support Centre (ISC) at UKOLN Building on well- established role in supporting innovation in HE/FE: • JISC PoWR • HTML5 • Amplified Events A centre of expertise in digital information management26
  • JISC ISC at UKOLN IWMW event now provided by the JISC-funded Innovation Support Centre (ISC) at UKOLN Building on well- established role in supporting innovation in HE/FE: • JISC PoWR • HTML5 • … A centre of expertise in digital information management27
  • Conclusions To conclude: • UKOLN ISC supported the developments of the Web management Community of Practice • Is delivering additional content and support through its JISC funding • But what else does JISC do? A centre of expertise in digital information management28