Institutional Web Management Workshop 2005: Whose Web Is It Anyway?
IWMW 2005: Talks

Plenary Talks

The Institutional Web Management Workshop 2005 event consisted of a mixture of plenary talks (listed below) and parallel workshop sessions.

Note that a total of 5.25 hours of plenary talks were held.

Our Users

University Blogging: What Happens When Everyone Can Publish?: John Dale, University of Warwick
See Abstract for John Dale's talk and John Dale's biographical details.
Customers, Suppliers, and the Need for Partnerships: Stephen Emmott, LSE
See Abstract for Stephen Emmott's talk and Stephen Emmott's biographical details.

The Institutional Perspective

Challenges at the University of Manchester arising from Project UNITY: Professor Mark Clark, University of Manchester
See Abstract for Professor Mark Clark's talk and Professor Mark Clark's biographical details.
Sky High or Free Fall - All Aboard the Web Rollercoaster: David Sweeney, Royal Holloway
See Abstract for David Sweeney's talk and David Sweeney's biographical details.

Institutional Case Studies

There Is No Such Thing As A Silver Bullet: CMS And Portals Will Not Solve Your Problems!: Tom Franklin
See Abstract for Tom Franklin's talk and Tom Franklin's biographical details.
Publish and Be Damned: Re-purposing in the Real World: Jeremy Speller and Ian Bartlett, UCL
See Abstract for Jeremy Speller's talk

Last modified: 20th May 2005