Making data available to external stakeholders

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Discussion and presentation at the East Midlands eFair in June 2012

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Making data available to external stakeholders

  1. 1. July 4, 2012 | slide 1 RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learningGo to View > Header & Footer to edit
  2. 2. Background There is a growing appetite for providing information to external bodies and stakeholders Opening up your data lifeline What should we collect what could we share? Should we do it or not? (consequences) Becoming ‘agile’
  3. 3. The temptation is to cling on to everything!
  4. 4. Who and What Data sources Students (VLE, Moodle, ILP, ePortfolio) Staff (Payroll, CPD… ) Governors (Finance) Parents (Learner records, reports) Employers (Learner records) Funding bodies (ILR etc) The Public (Performance, FOI) IT/MIS (Everything?) Potential students and staff Who else?
  5. 5. Benefits Some delegation of responsibility possible Self- cleansing data Knowledge sharing Problem solving Collaboration
  6. 6. Issues Maintaining control Unplanned data leaks Legal ( DPA, FOI) Loss of competitive advantage Transparency Accuracy, consistency - clean data Firewalls and security Boundaries
  7. 7. Making it happenData and application Ease of use Data cleansing and integrityUser Value to user Involve them!
  8. 8. Turning the tables! External sources of data – environmental scanning Statistics Benchmarking Comparison tools Amazon style targeting?
  9. 9. Thank you! Stuart Jones stuart.jones@rsc-em.ac.uk 07595119434 July 4, 2012 | slide 9Contact

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