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  • 1. Opening Address
    Professor David Baker
    JISC Deputy Chair
    15 March 2011
    BT Convention Centre, Liverpool
  • 2. Redoubling efforts to assist vice chancellors and college principals with institutional leadership
    Helping education leaders use technology to cut costs and increase efficiency: for every £1 JISC spends, the sector saves:
    £12 through its advisory services
    £34 through work of JISC Collections
    Delivering efficiency gains through national collaborative purchasing and shared services
    Promoting a vision for resource discovery
    Supporting the student experience
    Understanding researchers’ needs
    2010/11 in focus
  • 3. HEFCE Review of JISC
  • 4. HEFCE Review of JISC
    Terms of reference
    The review will consider:
    JISC’s activities and evidence about their appropriateness, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and added value
    The effectiveness of how JISC delivers its core functions 
    How effectively and efficiently JISC meets the needs and works in partnership with the FE and HE communities, UK government agencies and other key stakeholders
  • 5. HEFCE Review of JISC
    Available on the HEFCE website:
    www.hefce.ac.uk/pubs/hefce/2011/11_04/  
  • 6. HEFCE Review of JISC
    JISC’s Centrality
    ‘There is a common view that [JISC] has played a pivotal role in the UK as an enabler of innovation and early and widespread adoption of ICT. Its shared services ... have become indispensible to the HE and FE sectors. It has done outstanding work to create and collect electronic content and resources, and in negotiating collective procurement on behalf of the sectors. There is no comparable body within the UK, and internationally its reputation is outstanding as a strategic leader and partner’ (Review Report, #3).
  • 7. HEFCE Review of JISC
    Key Recommendations
    JISC activity should be focused on achieving a large impact
    JISC should be funded through a combination of grants and subscriptions/user charges
    It should become a separate legal entity and the implications of this for the constituent parts of JISC should be reviewed
    Governance arrangements should be clarified, to ensure clear overall strategic control
    The internal structure should be clarified and simplified
    There should be an overall funding strategy for ICT in the HE and FE sectors
  • 8. HEFCE Review of JISC
    Transition Group: Key Terms of Reference
    Consider the purpose and role for JISC over the next 5-10 years 
    Identify key steps, challenges and issues
    Appraise future funding models
    Look at the future relationship between JISC and its various companies
    Formulate proposals for a new constitution
  • 9. HEFCE Review of JISC
    If you wish to comment on the Review Report and its implementation please do make your comments on the commentable version of the Review at: http://www.hefcereview.jiscpress.org  
  • 10. HEFCE Review of JISC
    Key Commitments and Objectives  
     
    Delivering a world class national infrastructure
    Providing valued and valuable services
    Innovating through programmes and projects
    Supporting take-up and embedding good practice across the sector
  • 11. Professor Eric Thomas
    Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bristol