Tag archives: iwmw2007

Edge Hill innovators!

Mike and I have just returned from the Institutional Web Management Workshop in York during which he picked up second prize in an Innovation Competition! Congratulations Mike! The Innovation Competition is a new feature of the workshop and I personally thought it was excellent. It gave us all a chance to see what ‘cool’ ideas […]

Amazon Web Services

Building Highly Scalable Web Applications I was very interested to see Jeff Barr from Amazon on the list of speakers. It’s good to see the corporate world represented and I’ve been very interested in some of the stuff coming out of Amazon. Jeff’s presentation was about how you can use a variety of Amazon’s services […]

IWMW 2007: Day 1

I had good intentions to blog my experiences of IWMW but it’s been a busy couple of days so I’m going to attempt to review the first day before I forget too much of it. From individuals to networks and sustainable communities? Steven Warburton – the token academic – talked about communities, digital literacy, digital […]

Countdown to IWMW 2007

Tomorrow I’m off to my first proper conference since I started at Edge Hill – the catchily named Institutional Web Management Workshop 2007. I must admit I’m not sure what to expect but I’m looking forward to seeing what happens! I’ll be taking my laptop so if I get a spare second I’ll try to […]

A question of confidence?!

I will be giving a presentation at the IWMW in July entitled “Let the students do the talking…” and in advance of this Brian Kelly (UKOLN) asked me to write a blog post relating to my talk. When I submitted my abstract back in February I was thinking of social networking and collaborative tools and […]