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Presentation for the user group: "Kit-Catalogue at the University of Nottingham"
 

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The University of Nottingham's presentation on their use of the award-winning Kit-Catalogue software, delivered by Elizabeth French for the second national Kit-Catalogue user group meeting at ...

The University of Nottingham's presentation on their use of the award-winning Kit-Catalogue software, delivered by Elizabeth French for the second national Kit-Catalogue user group meeting at Loughborough University on Friday, 12th April, 2013.

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    Presentation for the user group: "Kit-Catalogue at the University of Nottingham" Presentation for the user group: "Kit-Catalogue at the University of Nottingham" Presentation Transcript

    • Friday 12th April 2013 12ndKit-Catalogue User Group MeetingKit-Catalogue at theUniversity of NottinghamElizabeth FrenchFacilities Project ManagerResearch & Graduate Serviceselizabeth.french@nottingham.ac.uk
    • Friday 12th April 2013 2nd Kit-Catalogue User Group Meeting 2The University of Nottingham – 8 campuses, 3 countriesUniversity Park SuttonBoningtonJubilee Medical SchoolKing’s Meadow Derby RoyalHospitalSemenyih,MalaysiaNingbo, China
    • Friday 12th April 2013 2nd Kit-Catalogue User Group Meeting 3Kit-Catalogue at Nottingham• 3 phase implementation– Phase 1 – basic information gathering (completed Sept 2012)– Phase 2 – refinement of the data collected (completed March 2013)– Phase 3 – use as a management tool – link to Agresso, booking system,monitoring usage (starting April 2013)• Overseen by the Kit-Catalogue Project Group and Kit-Catalogue User Group,which report to the PVC-lead Facilities and Equipment Management Committee• 1018 items• Equipment from all faculties and campuses• All entries are now comprehensive
    • Friday 12th April 2013 2nd Kit-Catalogue User Group Meeting 4Customizations – test server
    • Friday 12th April 2013 2nd Kit-Catalogue User Group Meeting 5Parent items – Grouped FacilitiesParent items have permanent links, so can be used in marketing material etc
    • Friday 12th April 2013 2nd Kit-Catalogue User Group Meeting 6CIM-Comp database• EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing inComposites• Centre needed to have an equipment databasedetailing the composites related equipment at all11 partner institutions• https://cimcompkit.nottingham.ac.uk/
    • Friday 12th April 2013 2nd Kit-Catalogue User Group Meeting 7M5 database• Nottingham has 470 items on the M5 databasewww.m5universities.ac.uk• Entries identical to those on the Nottingham Kit-Catalogue• Currently the only place where Nottingham itemsare visible to external organisations
    • Friday 12th April 2013 2nd Kit-Catalogue User Group Meeting 8Problems• Incomplete/incorrect data• Log-on from China and Malaysia campus (or off-campus)• Visibility of the ‘my items’ tab and ability to edititems• On-going maintenance (especially new items andchanged contacts)
    • Friday 12th April 2013 2nd Kit-Catalogue User Group Meeting 9The future for Kit-Catalogue at Nottingham• Phase 3 - use as a management tool– (Not officially started yet)• Potential developments:– link to Agresso– booking system– monitoring usage– more items put on M5 database• Other changes:– Review of all management information systems– Update for Research & Graduate Service and Equipmentand Facilities website– UNICAS - University of Nottingham Centre for AnalyticalSciences
    • Friday 12th April 2013 2nd Kit-Catalogue User Group Meeting 9The future for Kit-Catalogue at Nottingham• Phase 3 - use as a management tool– (Not officially started yet)• Potential developments:– link to Agresso– booking system– monitoring usage– more items put on M5 database• Other changes:– Review of all management information systems– Update for Research & Graduate Service and Equipmentand Facilities website– UNICAS - University of Nottingham Centre for AnalyticalSciences