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  • 1. Extending IT Support for External Engagement 16th July 2009, Euston House, London 0930 – 1000 Registration (with pastries ) 1000 – 1010 Introductions/Programme Info Chris Young JISC Netskills 1010 – 1030 About the JISC BCE Programme Rob Allen JISC Services BCE Team 1030 – 1100 Institutional IT Challenges for External John Burke Engagement JISC InfoNet 1100 - 1115 Refreshment break 1115 – 1200 Exploring Key IT Challenges and Group activity Solutions 1200 – 1230 Self-Analysis Tools for Change Matt Donaghy Management and CRM Nottingham University 1230 – 1330 Lunch 1330 – 1400 IT for BCE: Steve Armstrong A View from the Sharp End Strathclyde University 1400 – 1500 Trialling Collaborative Tools for BCE – Case Studies In Co-operation Project Overview Andy Stewart JISC Services BCE Team Open ICT Tools Erik Bohemia Northumbria University G Blog: The Listening Blog Pam Voisey University of Glamorgan 1500 – 1515 Refreshment break 1515 – 1530 Support from the Wider JISC BCE Simon Whittemore Programme JISC BCE Programme Manager 1530 – 1550 Three To Take Forward: Group activity Key IT-related issues for future focus 1550 – 1600 Final comments and workshop close