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Title: We recommend you run the Audio Set-up You will need a headset/microphone if you want to ask a question in audio


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We recommend you run the Audio Set-up You will
need a headset/microphone if you want to ask a
question in audio
16 Sept 2011 jiscxcri
Briefing session on JISC call for projects on
Course Data programme
This briefing session is due to start at 2 pm and
will be recorded   https//sas.elluminate.com/m.j
nlp?sid2009077passwordM.8E68C7213781BC08F1A9D34
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Who are we?
  • Ruth Drysdale
  • JISC e-Learning team Programme manager
  • Lead for Course Data programme
  • Rob Englebright
  • JISC e-Learning team Programme manager
  • Technical lead for Course Data programme

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What you can expect in this briefing
  • Call background http//www.youtube.com/watch?vdw
    kklI01FzM
  • What will be covered in Stage 1
  • Stage 2 Implementation Plan selection criteria
  • Opportunity to ask questions
  • Ability to listen again to the presentation (as
    its recorded)
  • All slides will also be made available from the
    JISC website
  • http//www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/funding
    _calls/2011/07/coursedata.aspx

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How the session will work
  • Presentations will be in audio over these slides,
    which should be visible on your screen
  • You can use the text-chat to engage with other
    delegates and moderators.
  • Tends to get very busy
  • Presenter will not be able to monitor
  • Moderators will try to pull out any key questions
  • To make text window bigger, select View gt Layouts
    gtWide layout
  • To make it smaller or hide it away, adjust the
    size and position uncheck View gt Layouts gt
    Layout locked
  • If you have technical problems, send a private
    text-chat message to moderators and they will
    try to help

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How the session will work audio
  • Only use your microphone when guided by a
    moderator
  • To ask a question,
  • Raise your virtual hand
  • When invited to, click on the microphone button
    to speak
  • Click on the microphone button again when you
    have finished
  • Or, type your question into the chat box and the
    moderators will ask it for you
  • Only one person using the microphone at a time
    otherwise there is an echo
  • If relevant, use the tick/cross to indicate yes
    or no
  • Feel free to use the emotions available

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jiscxcri
Any questions?
  • Asking a question
  • Raise your virtual hand
  • When invited to, click on the microphone button
    to speak
  • Click on the microphone button again when you
    have finished
  • Or, type your question into the chat box

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Programme drivers
  • There are 3 main drivers for making it easier for
    people to find and compare courses
  • prospective fee paying students want to know more
    about the academic experience a course will
    provide and be able to compare this with other
    courses
  • better informed students are more likely to
    choose a course that they will complete, and be
    more motivated to achieve better results
  • increased scrutiny by quality assurance agencies
    and the Governments requirement for transparency
    of publicly funded bodies.

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Programme scope
  • The programme will support the sector to prepare
    for the increasing demand for course information,
    and increase the availability of high-quality,
    accurate information about part-time, online and
    distance learning opportunities offered by UK
    institutions teaching HE by
  • funding institutions to make the process and
    technical innovations necessary to release a
    structured, machine-readable feed of their
    course-related information
  • create a demonstrator aggregator to bring
    together this course information and enable
    prospective students to search it.

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Programme structure
  • This differs from other JISC programmes 2
    stages
  • Stage 1 Review and Planning Sept 2011
    21 Nov 2011
  • 95 Institutions, 58 Universities 35 Colleges 2
    Institutes
  • A list of institutions will go on JISC website
    and link to project web pages you create
  • Stage 2 Implementation Jan
    2012 - Mar 2013
  • Between 40-80,000 each project
  • JISC will select about 80 stage1 implementation
    plans to go into Stage 2. They will represent a
    range of states of preparedness.
  • Implementation plan selection criteria same as
    normal bid.

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Programme Outcomes
  • There will be increased usage of appropriate
    technology to streamline course data processes
    leading to
  • More standardised, and therefore comparable,
    course information in a consistent location
    making discovery easier.
  • Improved quality and therefore more efficient and
    effective course data.
  • Increased ease in finding and comparing courses,
    especially types of courses that are currently
    hard to find, such as ones delivered by distance
    learning.
  • Institutions are able to make appropriate and
    informed decisions about their processes for
    managing course-related data, leading to a
    reduced administrative data burden,
    cost-effective working, and better business
    intelligence.

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jiscxcri
Any questions?
  • Asking a question
  • Raise your virtual hand
  • When invited to, click on the microphone button
    to speak
  • Click on the microphone button again when you
    have finished
  • Or, type your question into the chat box

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Stage 1
  • Stage 1 Deliverables from Review and Planning
  • Projects are invited to use the XCRI Self
    Assessment Framework to review their processes
    that manage their course data. This will create a
    readiness review output. These will be anonymised
    and aggregated to create public baseline
    measures.
  • A project implementation plan which includes the
    production of an XCRI-CAP feed with COOL URI for
    certain types of courses and other proposed work
    to be carried out in Stage 2 such as how to
    improve course data flows and processes within
    the institution to produce feeds for external
    agencies and to address national initiatives such
    as KIS and the HEAR
  • Templates for Project Plan, Appendix A. Project
    Budget, Appendix B. Workpackages at
    www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/projectmanagem
    ent.aspx

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Stage 1
  • Stage 1 JISC Support
  • Project Management http//www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingop
    portunities/projectmanagement.aspx
  • JISC Infonet promoting good practice, inspiring
    innovation with infoKits contain a wealth of
    'self-help' material, from simple methodologies
    to manage projects, risks, change and processes.
    http//www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/
  • www.xcri.co.uk forum for adding comments,
    questions
  • eNewsletter to COURSEDATASTAGE1_at_JISCMAIL.AC.UK
  • Course Data Programme support team

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Support
  •  Stage 1 JISC meetings
  • Regional road show meetings in week commencing
    10th Oct
  • Assembly meeting organised by projects around a
    programme theme of their choosing
  • Taster workshops on various approaches and
    techniques, such as XCRI-CAP, Service Design and
    Business Intelligence, Enterprise Architecture
  • XCRI-CAP Middlesex University course

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Support
  • Stage 1 Other Support
  • Software to validate an institutions test
    XCRI-CAP feeds will be provided by Spring 2012.
    Also a proof-of-concept aggregator and discovery
    service with search functions will also be
    provided to bring together all the XCRI-CAP
    feeds, to enable institutions to see how their
    data will look to prospective students.
  • HESA Course Definition project , complete end
    Oct 11
  • Connecting with existing communities eg ARC,
    SROC, HEAR, KIS .... Any others?
  • Curriculum Design community - design studio
    http//jiscdesignstudio.pbworks.com/w/page/4048979
    3/Institutional-Approaches-to-Curriculum-Design

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Any questions?
  • Asking a question
  • Raise your virtual hand
  • When invited to, click on the microphone button
    to speak
  • Click on the microphone button again when you
    have finished
  • Or, type your question into the chat box

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jiscxcri
Any questions?
  • Asking a question
  • Raise your virtual hand
  • When invited to, click on the microphone button
    to speak
  • Click on the microphone button again when you
    have finished
  • Or, type your question into the chat box

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Stage 2 Implementation Plans
  • Stage 2 Project Implementation Plans
  • Jan 2012 March 2013 Between 40-80,000
  • Implementation plans must include the production
    of a system generated XCRI-CAP feed with a COOL
    URI of their course provision, especially part
    time, online/distance, post graduate and CPD.
  • Approximately 80 institutions will be selected
    for Stage 2 on the basis of these plans, to
    represent a range of states of preparedness.
  • 10 Man days assigned to JISC programme level
    engagement

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Implementation plan and Stage 2 deliverables
  • Complete the JISC template Project
    (implementation) plan and make sure you factor
    the listed stage 2 deliverables into Appendix A
    work plan, and show how the deliverables will
    emerge from your proposed activities, plus costs
    in the Appendix B Budget plan
  • Make your work plan as clear as possible
  • Mix of narrative and tables/diagram is usually
    clearest
  • Include all the requested activities
  • Whos doing what, and how does it link to their
    day job?
  • Whos your high-level champion, and how will you
    work with them in practice?
  • Include project management and risk assessment
  • Make sure its understandable and unambiguous to
    someone outside the planning team

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Stage 2 selection criteria
  • Fit to programme objectives and overall value to
    JISC community 25
  • Quality of work plan 25
  • Engagement with the HE and FE Community 5
  • Value for Money 25
  • Previous experience of the project team 20

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Stage 2 Selection Process
  • Implementation plans submitted - Mon 21 November
  • Allocation of markers 22 November
  • Notification to markers 23 November
  • Deadline for marks 1 December
  • Summary of marks and comments 7 December
  • Recommendation paper to panel 9 December
  • Selection panel 13 December
  • Confirmation of panel decision by 16 December
  • Notify successful projects w/c 19 December
  • Projects start early-mid January 2012

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Stage 2 Deliverables
  • Stage 2 Project management WP include
  • Project plan, six-monthly interim reports, a
    final report and a completion report.
  • A regularly-maintained blog or wiki which can be
    consumed as an RSS feed.
  • A system-generated standard course feed for
    agreed types and number of courses.
  • Email to XCRI_at_JISC.AC.UK
  • If you dont get an email confirmation, contact
    r.drysdale_at_jisc.ac.uk
  • Include the name of the lead institution in the
    subject line of the email
  • Submit your Stage 2 bid before the deadline,
    1200 Wednesday 21st Nov 2011. Late bids will not
    be considered.

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Important dates
  • Deadline for Stage 2 submission
  • 1200 noon UK time Monday 21st November 2011
  • Projects will need to start from
  • Mon 12th January 2012 and end before March
    2013
  • Stage 2 start up meeting Fri 27th Jan 2012

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Any questions?
  • Asking a question
  • Raise your virtual hand
  • When invited to, click on the microphone button
    to speak
  • Click on the microphone button again when you
    have finished
  • Or, type your question into the chat box

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jiscasess
Thank you for participating in Stage 1 of the
Course Data programme
  • For any further queries please contact
  • Ruth Drysdale r.drysdale_at_jisc.ac.uk
  • Rob Englebright r.englebright_at_jisc.ac.uk
  • Laura Holloway l.holloawyjisc.ac.uk
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