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IWMW 2014: Programme

IWMW 2014: Programme

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Programme for the IWMW 2014 event held at the University of Northumberland on 16-18 July 2014.
Programme for the IWMW 2014 event held at the University of Northumberland on 16-18 July 2014.

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Institutional Web Management Workshop IWMW 2.014: Rebooting the Web
 
Programme, University of Northumbria, 16
-
18 July 2014
 
Institutional Web Management Workshop: Rebooting The Web, 16-18
th
 July 2014
 
Wednesday 16
th
 July 2014
10:00
 –
 17:00
 
Registration
 
Opening Session: Perspectives from Outside
Chair: Brian Kelly, Cetis Main lecture theatre, room no. CCE1-003
14:00
 –
 14:30 Opening of IWMW 2014
Welcome to the University of Northumbria 
,
Welcome to IWMW 201
, Brian Kelly, Cetis
14:30
 –
 15:15 Plenary 1:
Why you don’t need a social media plan and how to
create one anyway 
,
Tracy Playle, Picklejar Communications
15:15
 –
 15:45 Tea/Coffee
Coffee area
15:45
 –
 16:30 Plenary 2:
Digital Adaptation: Time to Untie Your Hands 
 Paul Boag, Headscape
 16:30
 –
 17:15 Plenary 3:
“You are ALL so weird!” University sector analysis and
trends 
,
Ranjit Sidhu, SiD
 19:00
 –
 late Workshop Dinner
Great Hall, Sutherland Building
Thursday 17
th
 July 2014
07:30
 –
 09:00 Breakfast 09:00
 –
 10:30 Morning Session: Institutional Case Studies (1)
Main lecture theatre, room no. CCE1-003
09:00
 –
 09:45 Plenary 4:
Building cost-effective, flexible and scalable education resources using Google Cloud Platform 
 
Sharif Salah, University of Portsmouth
09:45
 –
 10:30 Plenary 5:
Using the start-up playbook to reboot a big university website 
,
Ross Ferguson, University of Bath
10:30
 –
 11:00 Tea/Coffee
Coffee area
11:00
 –
 11:45 Plenary 6:
 
Marketing is dead, long live UX 
 Neil Allison, University of Edinburgh
 11:45
 –
 12:45 Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions 12:45
 –
 14:00 Lunch
 
14:00
 –
 16:00 Afternoon Session: Looking To The Future 14:00
 –
 14:45 Plenary 7:
 Hyper-connectEd: Filling the vacuum by switching from blow to suck 
,
Martin Hawksey, ALT
14:45
 –
 15:30 Plenary 8:
 
What Does The Data Tell Us About UK University Web Sites? 
 
Chris Gutteridge and Andrew Milsted, University of Southampton
 
15:30
 –
 16:00 Tea/Coffee
Coffee area
16:00
 –
 17:30 Parallel Sessions
Seminar rooms
19:00
 –
 late Drinks Reception

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