Institutional Web Management Workshop 2006:
Quality Matters

IWMW 2006

The tenth annual Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW) will be held at the University of Bath on 14-16th June 2006.

The event will provide an opportunity for those involved in the provision of institutional Web services to hear about institutional case studies, national initiatives and emerging technologies and to actively participate in a number of parallel sessions.

The Institutional Web Management Workshop series are organised by UKOLN in order to support members of institutional Web management teams primarily within the UK Higher and Further Educational communities.

The theme for this year's workshop is "Quality Matters". Topics which may be addressed at the event include consideration of various facets of quality, for example from a user angle this might include usability, accessibility, content etc.; how we are ensuring the provision of quality Web services; the concept of added value; quality from a marketing angle; use of quality assurance and quality control within the Web community; measuring quality; auditing; etc.

Previous workshop have all proved popular. So make a note of the date in your diary and we hope to see you in Bath in June 2006.

Workshop Flyers (Print Version)

Please note that two workshop flyers are available (in MS Word format). Please print double sided and then cut to A5 size.

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