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  • … we don’t want to end up like this
  • Consortium agreement: good practice even if project does not involve a financial transaction with partners. But good to stipulate who does what, when, how, and IPR post-project Budget template: new template Consortium agreement: IPR issues: -the ownership of any IPR created during the course of your project (Foreground IPR); -permissions that the partners have been granted each other to reuse pre-existing IPR (Background IPR); -roles and responsibilities in clearing Third Party IPR -Access to project outputs conform to JISC Model Licence (use and re-use in education, non-commercial)

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  • 1. JISC eContent programme meeting | 14-15 Oct 2009 | Slide JISC eContent Programme meeting Oxford, 29-30 March 2011 www.jisc.ac.uk/digitisation Five centuries of unique resources for learning, teaching & research Great Expectations, or how to remain friends (with JISC) after a JISC project Paola Marchionni JISC Digitisation Programme Manager [email_address]
  • 2. We’re all in the same boat JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide © Bodleian Library, University of Oxford 2008: John Johnson Collection © 2008 ProQuest LLC
  • 3. Transparency and openness JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide
  • 4. We don’t want to end up like this… JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide National Archive of the Netherlands. Spaarnestad Photo, SFA003001706 The woman lightweight world champion boxing Louise Adler training with the prize fighter Joe Rivers for the match in which she will defend her title, United States 1926. 
  • 5. Who we are and what we do
    • Who we are
      • Alastair Dunning, JISC Digitisation Programme Manager
      • Paola Marchionni, JISC Digitisation Programme Manager
    • What we do
        • point of contact
        • oversee the programme
        • support and advise projects
        • critical friends
        • make sure projects are delivered in time and on budget
        • “ ambassadors”
        • responsibility for other areas of the programme
    JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide
  • 6. A peak into the lifecycle of a typical JISC project JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide Prog. mtg Project plan + budget Team/board mtg Project blog set up Workshop JISC mailing list write blog posts, chat with us Resources, eg SCA Networking, workshops, events JISC Comms support LAUNCH!!! Final report Keep in touch, no prog report Budget query
  • 7. To summarise: What JISC can do for projects
    • Support and guidance
      • For support within your team or institution
      • If there is a major change in your project plan, outputs or budget
      • For guidance on completing project documentation
      • Informal chat, a shoulder on which to cry
    JISC eContent programme meeting | 14-15 Oct 2009 | Slide
  • 8. To summarise: What JISC can do for projects
    • Workshops/trainings
      • Identifying needs: start chart and today’s mtg
      • On different topics, depending on your needs, you tell us
      • Coming up:
        • Workshop: Project management – 3 May 2001
        • Event: Digital Impacts: how to measure and understand the usage and impact of digital resources – 20 May 2011, Oxford
        • Community Collections event, 26 May, Oxford
    JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide
  • 9. To summarise: What JISC can do for projects
    • Resources and tools
      • JISC Digital Media http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/
        • guidance and training about still and moving images and sound
      • Strategic Content Alliance http://sca.jiscinvolve.org/publications/
        • Audience research, Business models and sustainability, IPR, Web2.0
      • Toolkit for the Impact of Digitised Scholarly Resources
        • http://microsites.oii.ox.ac.uk/tidsr/
        • Qualitative and quantitative indicators to measure impact
    JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide
  • 10. To summarise: What JISC can do for projects
    • Communication
      • Catch-up face-to-face mtgs; telephone, email…
      • eContent mailing list
      • Support from JISC Comms and marketing
      • JISC Digital Content mailing list [email_address]
      • JISC Digitisation blog http://digitisation.jiscinvolve.org/
      • JISC Digitisation and eContent web pages www.jisc.ac.uk/digitisation
    JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide
  • 11. To summarise: What projects need to do for JISC
    • Documentation
      • Core project documents – www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/projectmanagement.aspx
      • Within 1 month : Project plan, Work packages; Budget
      • Within 1 month : Project blog; Consortium agreement
      • End of project : Final report, Completion survey, Final budget statement
    • Make contact with Programme Manager if you have a problem with deadlines
    JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide
  • 12. To summarise: What projects need to do for JISC
    • Project Blog
      • Why?
        • to share your project with the community
        • to document its progress openly
        • to start publicising your work and build up to it launch
      • What to blog and how often?
        • Project documentation
        • Progress, news, findings, work with users, feedback, tips and advice…
        • As often as you can, at least once a week? Tabbloid
      • Amplifying
        • RSS feed – Tabbloid
        • Hashtag
        • Twitter…
    JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide
  • 13. To summarise: What projects need to do for JISC
    • Acknowledging JISC – working with JISC Comms
      • On your project blog/page and press releases – get in touch!
      • JISC acknowledgement: ‘ This project is funded by JISC as part of the eContent programme 2011/Rapid Digitisation programme 2011 ’
      • http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/digitisation/econtent11.aspx
      • http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/digitisation/rapiddigi.aspx
      • JISC logo guidelines - http://www.jisc.ac.uk/aboutus/marketing_toolkit/logo.aspx
    JISC eContent programme meeting | 14-15 Oct 2009 | Slide
  • 14. Credits to first image JISC eContent programme meeting | 29-30 March 2011 | Slide Credits : "She gave a contemptuous toss . . . . and left me" by F. A. Fraser. c. 1877. 4.6 x 6.6 inches. An illustration for the Household Edition of Dickens's Great Expectations (p. 29). Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham from material reproduced courtesy of The Charles Dickens Museum, 48 Doughty Street, London WC1N 2LF. This image may be used without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose. The Victorian Web, http://www.victorianweb.org/art/illustration/fraser/5.html