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  • Institution of engineering and technology “after lunch is known as the graveyard section ... your audience is more likely to want a nap than listen to a talk, so try to avoid that period at least!”


  • 1. A JISC perspective on impact and evidence Ian Cooper
  • 2. The post-lunch graveyard special
  • 3. About me • Manager of the JISC Monitoring Unit since October 2002 • Based at the University of Kent • Previously in the web content delivery field in the commercial sector
  • 4. Involved in the web since Oct 1993
  • 5. • Originally focussed on performance • Largely moving toward tracking usage and value • No longer have a survey function
  • 6. I don’t have all the answers
  • 7. Portfolio Review, basic “cost per unit” figures
  • 8. ... but we’re not kids
  • 9. JISC Strategy 2010-2012 p12
  • 10. Why does JISC fund things? JISC Strategy 2010-2012 p4
  • 11. Helping JISC report impact and value JISC Strategy 2010-2012 p6
  • 12. We can’t measure everything the same way
  • 13. Review and reflect
  • 14. Build us a swing
  • 15. A better swing?
  • 16. More successful than expected
  • 17. “Broken” or needing refresh?
  • 18. Investment to meet full potential
  • 19. We’re gonna need a bigger boat
  • 20. “That’s too expensive...” need to spend more”
  • 21. Market penetration Is it embedded?
  • 22. How big is the audience?
  • 23. Niche service = higher penetration rate
  • 24.
  • 25. • We want to reuse (synthesise) not recycle • Types of individuals are key (names and institutions less so) • They need to be online • Demonstrate novelty, why they are essential (or critical) • ... but we’re still working on it
  • 26. Value for money
  • 27. Consistent measurement