The Live Video Streaming Of IWMW 2009

This year, once again, we provided a live video stream of the plenary talks at IWMW 2009, something we have been doing since IWMW 2006. But how many people watched the live stream? Last year 160 remote viewers watched the final plenary talk given by Ewan McIntosh. The...

Are University Web Teams Too Large?

Mike Richwalski was very busy at IWMW 2009 (and beyond). Mike, Assistant Director of Public Affairs at Allegheny College, submitted a proposal to run a workshop session on “Using Amazon Web Services (AWS)” which we were happy to accept. In subsequent...

Evidence on Use of Twitter for Live Blogging

When we encouraged use of Twitter at the IWMW 2009 event we ensured that tweets containing the event’s #iwmw2009 tag were archived using a variety of services including Backupmytweets, Twapperkeeper service, wthashtag and Tweetdoc. A page on the IWMW 2009...

Event Amplification at IWMW 2009

IWMW 2009 This year’s Institutional Web Management Workshop, IWMW 2009, is now over. Despite being the 13th in the series on annual events aimed at members of institutional Web management teams, the event was not unlucky! The largest event audience for an IWMW...

The IWMW 2009 Blog

This year’s Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW 2009) takes place at the University of Essex on 28-30th July.  In order to support the institutional Web management community we have made use of social networking environments over the past few years. Last...

Openness and IWMW 2009

IWMW 2009 Fully Subscribed Bookings are now closed for this year’s Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW 2009), with the event again fully subscribed with 190 participants (the limit imposed by the numbers of bedrooms available and the size of the venue...