Metrics and Social Web Services
This one day workshop will explore ways in which metrics related to the use of Social Web services can be used in order to provide evidence of how the services are being used; allow comparisons to be made with one’s peers and enable trends in usage to be identified.
The workshop will cover both individual and institutional use of Social Web services to support a variety of professional activities in higher educational institutions ranging from use of Social Web services by researchers and institutional use to support marketing activities.
Further information is available on the UKOLN Web site.
The workshop was held at the Open University on 11 July 2011. The workshop was open to those working in the UK’s higher/further education sector.
The timetable is given below.
|Registration / coffee|
|10.25-10.45||“Why Impact, ROI and Marketing are No Longer Dirty Words“:
Amber Thomas, JISC
|10.45-11.00||“Surveying our Landscape from Top to Bottom“:
Brian Kelly, UKOLN
|11.00-11.20||“Learning From Institutional Approaches“:
Ranjit Sidhu, SiD
|11.20-11.40||“Identity, Scholarship and Metrics“:
Martin Weller, Open University
|11.40-12.15||Breakout Group 1|
|13.30-13.50||““Impact of Open Media at the OU”:“:
Andrew Law, Open University
|13.50-14.10||“The Script Kiddie’s Perspective“:
Tony Hirst, Open University
|14.10-15.00||Breakout Group 2|
Note that the tag for this event is “ukolneim”.
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