UKOLN Institutional Web Management Workshop 2004:
Discussion Groups

This page gives details of the discussion groups at the Institutional Web Management Workshop 2004.

About The Discussion Groups

The discussion groups provide an opportunity for participants to take part in discussions on one of several key topics on interest for members of institutional Web managment teams.

The topics to be covered include: strategy and management issues; technical issues; usability and accessibility issues; information management issues; research issues; e-learning issues and staff development issues.

Room Location

The topics will be discussed in the following rooms:

  Discussion Group Venue Notes
1 Strategy and management issues Art Building Room 2 (capacity 60)  
2 Technical issues Art Building Room 7 (capacity 70)  
3 Usability and accessibility issues Arts Building Room 4 (capacity 60)  
4 Information management issues Arts Building Room 119 (capacity 36) The slides used for the report back session are available:
[MS PowerPoint] - [HTML]
[XTML] (held remotely)
5 E-learning issues Arts Building Room 8 (capacity 60) Due to lack of numbers this session was not held
6 Staff development issues Arts Building Room G13 (capacity 20) Due to lack of numbers this session was not held


Discussion Group 1 - Where's The Gap?

In the first discussion group on Wednesday 28th July from 11:45-12:30 participants will be asked to outline the main challenges in their area of discussion. They will then agree on the top three areas to focus on in the second discussion group.

Discussion Group 2 - Bridging The Gap

In the second discussion group on Thursday 29th July from 09:15-10:30 participants will be asked to identify approaches and solutions for addressing the top challenges which were identified in the first discussion group.

Report Back

In the report back on Thursday 29th July from 11:45-12:30 the discussion group reporter will be asked to give a brief summary of the discussions and outline the main conclusions.

Last modified: 10th August 2004