Next meeting on Friday 5 August

The next meeting of the Scottish Web Folk will be on Friday 5 August 2011 at University of Strathclyde, Collins Building.

Attendees have confirmed from Strathclyde, QMU, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Glasgow Caledonian, Abertay, SAC as well as a handful of maybes. Plenty of space for more people, so please let Duncan Ireland know if you’re planning on joining us.

Agenda

The draft agenda is:

12:00 Room Available
12:30 Arrive / network
13:00 Welcome / Activity update per institution / Feedback from IWMW2011
13:30 Adaptive web designs / separate small-screen device website (generated by CMS) / style for small-screen devices using CSS
14:00 HTML5 – pros and cons to using
14:30 Coffee / network
15:00 Cookie Legislation discussion / actions
15:30 Course Search tools
16:00 Digital Publication platforms (CEROS, zMags, etc.)
16:30 Close

Additional topic

Digital Asset Management was also suggested as a topic, if we breeze through the others, we may move on to that or if there is a greater interest in this than an existing item, please let Duncan know.

T4

If T4 users would like to attend a session specifically on T4 then please let Duncan know and we can arrange one for earlier in the day around T4 v7 hints, tips and experiences or any current issues which you’d like to discuss.

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About Gareth J M Saunders

Hi, I'm Gareth J M Saunders, 6' 4", married to Jane, father of 3 boys (twins and singleton), I'm a priest in the Scottish Episcopal Church, employed as the Web Architect at the University of St Andrews. My main interests are HTML, CSS (inc. frameworks), jQuery, Information Architecture and Agile development.
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