Institutional Web Management Workshop 2005: Whose Web Is It Anyway?
Discussion Group: South East

Discussion group sessions were held on Wednesday 6th July from 14:45-15:30 and Thursday 7th July 2005 from 11:45-12:30. The discussion groups were based on the participant's region.

The topic of the discussion groups will be content management systems. In the first discussion group session you should identify the main challenegs which need be be addressed in order to ensure that the requirements for a CMS are defined and that a CMS can be deployed effectively into service. The discussion groups should agree on the top three issues. These issues should then be addressed in the second discussion group session. In this session you should seek answers to the most important issues. In addition each discussion group should highlight one key area which they would like the final panel session to address on the final day of the workshop.

Each discussion group should choose a reporter who will give a brief report back on Friday 8th June in the session runnig from 11:00-11:45. The report should also mention the key area to be addressed by the panel.

Possible topics to be addressed may include: institutional buy-in (both at a senior level and by users and implementers); project management; functional requirements; scope; relationship with portals, document management systems, legacy systems, etc; evaluation, procurement and acceptance; technical issues; usability and accessibility issues; information management issues; training and development issues, etc.

Report On Session

The following report on the discussion groups was provided by Chris Limb.

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Last modified: 14th July 2005