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IWMW 2014: Welcome

  1. 1. 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/ Further information available at http://iwmw.org/iwmw2014/ Northumbria University, 16-18 July 2014 IWMW 2014: Rebooting the Web The 18th Institutional Web Management Workshop Event hashtag: #iwmw14 Session hashtag: #P0
  2. 2. #IWMW14 #P0 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
  3. 3. #IWMW14 #P0 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  Content specialists  Managers  Others (what?) 3
  4. 4. #IWMW14 #P0 About IWMW IWMW: • Institutional Web Management Workshop • Can also be pronounced whim-a-way! • Established in 1997 • Organised by UKOLN annually as part of UKOLN’s Jisc-funded activities • Supported Jisc’s innovation (futures) activities IWMW 2013: • 17th 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
  5. 5. #IWMW14 #P0 IWMW 2.014 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
  6. 6. #IWMW14 #P0 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 (New Bridge pub?) 19.30 Dinner here
  7. 7. #IWMW14 #P0 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)
  8. 8. #IWMW14 #P0 The Programme (3) Day 3 8 Time Title Speaker Session: Institutional Case Studies (II) Take bags to luggage area 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
  9. 9. #IWMW14 #P0 A Rapidly-Changing Future See http://www.jisc.ac.uk/blog/towards-a-new-look- customer-service-function-for-jisc-01-jul-2014 9
  10. 10. #IWMW14 #P0 A Rapidly-Changing Future We now need to bring together these customer services to make them more manageable for us and, more importantly, more coherent and simpler for our customers, so we are changing the current host grant agreements as of 31 December 2014. 10
  11. 11. #IWMW14 #P0 IWMW 15 Do we want an IWMW 2015? What changes should we make? • Weekend sessions? 11
  12. 12. #IWMW14 #P0 IWMW 15 • Do we want an IWMW 2015? • What changes should we make? • Weekend sessions? • Wider range of sessions? 12
  13. 13. #IWMW14 #P0 IWMW 2015 Do we want an IWMW 2015? What changes should we make? • Weekend sessions? • Wider range of sessions • Increased sponsorship 13
  14. 14. #IWMW14 #P0 IWMW 2015 Do we want an IWMW 2015? What changes should we make? • Weekend sessions? • Wider range of sessions • Increased sponsorship • Increased fees 14 Below conference norm ALT-C 2014: £579/£697 UCISA 2014: £475/£650 SCONUL 2014: £695 IWMW 2014: £350
  15. 15. #IWMW14 #P0 Who Makes IWMW 2014 Possible? Main sponsors: • Terminal4 • SiD Exhibitors and additional sponsors • Squiz • APS • Siteimprove The speakers: • 11 plenary speakers plus panellists The workshop facilitators: • ~10 facilitators The organising team: • Netskills: Steve Boneham, Philip Swinhoe, Hanna, … • Natasha Bishop • Brian Kelly The organising institutions: • Netskills, Cetis and UK Web Focus The participants: • Everybody here! 15
  16. 16. #IWMW14 #P0 Campus Map See https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/static/5007/mapJune09.pdf 16 Accommodation New Bridge pub
  17. 17. #IWMW14 #P0 City map 17 Cumberland Arms
  18. 18. #IWMW14 #P0 Questions? Any questions, comments, …? 18
  19. 19. #IWMW14 #P0 The Programme Day 1 19 Time Title Speaker Opening session: Perspectives from Outside 14.00 Introduction [#P0] Brian Kelly 14.30 Why you don’t need a social media plan and how to create one anyway [#P1] Tracy Playle 15.15 Tea 15.45 Digital Adaptation: Time to Untie Your Hands [#P2] Paul Boag 16.30 Hyper-connectEd: Filling the vacuum by switching from blow to suck [#P3] 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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