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Presentation to the RunCoCo workshop, Oxford University Computing Services, 26 May 2010

Presentation to the RunCoCo workshop, Oxford University Computing Services, 26 May 2010

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    Chris Batt Runcoco 26-May-10 Chris Batt Runcoco 26-May-10 Presentation Transcript

    • Digitisation, Curation and Two-Way Engagement The road to RunCoCo
    • Purposes, advantages and benefits of collaboration Recommendations on programme instigation Subject areas/topics for productive collaboration Digitisation, Curation and Two-Way Engagement Link to report
    • Digitisation, Curation and Two-Way Engagement Link to report
    • Policy, strategy, impact and value Synthesis of evidence and conclusions Evidence from projects Digitisation, Curation and Two-Way Engagement Link to report
    • What is 2WE? Why is 2WE important in the digital landscape? Why do 2WE? Link to report
    • “ Community engagement as a process whereby people who have something in common are involved collectively , together with a responsible agency, in influencing what happen to or around them.” What is 2WE? Kevin Harris
    • “ Engagement – in which institutions and communities form lasting relationships that influence, shape, and promote success in both spheres – is rare. More frequently, there is evidence of unilateral outreach, rather than partnership based on mutual benefit, mutual respect, and mutual accountability.” What is 2WE? Kellogg Foundation
    • “ Engagement – in which institutions and communities form lasting relationships that influence, shape, and promote success in both spheres – is rare. More frequently, there is evidence of unilateral outreach , rather than partnership based on mutual benefit, mutual respect, and mutual accountability.” What is 2WE? Kellogg Foundation
    • What can 2WE do for the individual or community? Better informed Improved knowledge Changed perception Changed worldview Changed action NOF Digitisation Programme Evaluation
    • What can 2WE do for the institution? Collection building Collection enrichment Collection interpretation New knowledge Deliver institutional mission
    • HEFCE Strategic Plan 2006-11 7 objectives for ‘third stream’: public engagement, social and economic JISC strategy review 2009-11 … a programme to support institutions’ engagement with the wider community Russell Group 2003 i) charitable gifts; ii) community investment ; iii) core initiative in the community JISC Business and Community Engagement (BCE) JISC e -Content and Digitisation relationships with… organisations to deliver services which benefit the economy and society RunCoCo and other projects aligned with the BCE programme Why do 2WE? Mission
    • CUPP: Community/University Partnership Programme University of Brighton; wide range of projects in Brighton, Hove and the South Coast
      • To help to improve the lives of disadvantaged groups and communities
      • To help share university expertise with the local community
      • To help community organisations to benefit from the resources and expertise held at the university
    • CUPP: Community/University Partnership Programme University of Brighton; wide range of projects in Brighton, Hove and the South Coast “ Having a shared (and agreed) visions of the objectives of the project or activity is therefore central to success. All those involved in collaboration must learn about and understand the other groups’ perspectives, their different priorities and methods…” (p184)
    • NCCPE: National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement 6 Beacons of public engagement: North East; CUE East; Edinburgh Beltane; Manchester; UCL; Wales Beacon
      • Extensive range of resources to support public engagement:
      • Senior manager’s toolkit
      • Practitioner’s toolkit
      • Case studies
      • Guidance from other sectors
      • Approaches to evalution
      • Funding opportunities
      • Training opportunities
    • NCCPE: National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement 6 Beacons of public engagement: North East; CUE East; Edinburgh Beltane; Manchester; UCL; Wales Beacon
      • Extensive range of resources to support public engagement:
      • Senior manager’s toolkit
      • Practitioner’s toolkit
      • Case studies
      • Guidance from other sectors
      • Approaches to evalution
      • Funding opportunities
      • Training opportunities
    • Moral Civic responsibility to serve the community Business Income, reputation, motivation Academic Social capital, knowledge, learning Why do 2WE? Mission
    • Communities and Local Govt Cabinet Office Arts Council Heritage Lottery Fund Community Archive Heritage Grp Commanet NIACE Proboscis BBC Why do 2WE? Mission
    • Evidence base Institution type University 15 Third sector 6 NGOs 2 Local government 3 Govt agency 6 Govt department 3 Consortia 4
    • Mission Innovation and experimentation Doing the impossible Digital determinism Money! Importance for digital stuff
    • Culture of participation Fragmentation Disintermediation New models of sustainability New structures and relationships Digital culture
    • Culture of participation Fragmentation Disintermediation New models of sustainability Rebalancing power? Digital culture
    • Two- way Engagement Co-creation
    • Make clear intentions to all parties, as early as possible Need for greater co-ordination in JISC and beyond National forum for consultation and engagement
    • http://www.jisc.ac.uk/media/documents/programmes/digitisation/dcatwefinalreport_final.pdf The Beginning cbatt@ mac.com chrisbatt.wordpress.com www.slideshare.net/Chris_Batt
    • Topics to consider Shared public memory experience Academic subjects with community interest Community content such as images and memorabilia Immigration; Community history; family history; Conflicts; National events; Transportation Astronomy; Ornithology; Genealogy; Media studies; Music in all its forms; Digital humanities History of place; Social history; Current themes on sites such as Flickr