Jisc - Rebooting a National Innovation Agency (EUNIS 2014)

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This is my presentation on "Rebooting" Jisc, from the EUNIS 2014 Congress at Umeå, Sweden. I begin by introducing Jisc, for anyone not already familiar with who we are and what we do. I highlight a …

This is my presentation on "Rebooting" Jisc, from the EUNIS 2014 Congress at Umeå, Sweden. I begin by introducing Jisc, for anyone not already familiar with who we are and what we do. I highlight a few of our success stories that the EUNIS audience might not be familiar with, talk about some current projects - and how our focus and structure has changed following the Wilson Review. I close with our mission statement and vision for 2020.

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  • 1. 1 Jisc: Rebooting a National InnovationAgency (EUNIS 2014 Congress, Umeå, Sweden) Martin Hamilton, Digital Futures @martin_hamilton m.hamilton@jisc.ac.uk http://martinh.net
  • 2. 2 1. About Jisc 2. Success Stories 3. Current Work 4. Vision for 2020 Jisc: Rebooting a National InnovationAgency (EUNIS 2014 Congress, Umeå, Sweden)
  • 3. 3 1. About Jisc 2. Success Stories 3. Current Work 4. Vision for 2020 Jisc: Rebooting a National InnovationAgency (EUNIS 2014 Congress, Umeå, Sweden)
  • 4. 4 We are a registered charity championing the use of digital technologies in research and education Wide range of services for UK Universities and Colleges, e.g. - JANET, world leading NREN - Groundbreaking content deals with publishers - Cloud brokerage R&D achievements such as: - IETF standards track Moonshot project - Pioneering work in Open Educational Resources, Open Access and Open Data, preparing the sector for "open by default” :: About Jisc ::
  • 5. 5 :: About Jisc :: UK Education Sector
  • 6. 6 :: About Jisc :: Budget and Activities Technology and Infrastructure 59% Futures 6% Content and resources 21% Customer experience 14% £96m income in 2013/2014, here’s where it goes Less R&D (Futures) than you might imagine A solution provider, not a funder Increasing role of institutional subscriptions
  • 7. 7 :: About Jisc ::Value Proposition Generating £260m savings per annum e.g. KnowledgeBase+ - £4.5m
  • 8. 8 :: About Jisc ::Value Proposition Generating £260m savings per annum e.g. DigiMap - £40m
  • 9. 9 :: About Jisc :: Changes PostWilson Review - Shift in focus from building capability to building services - Or more properly: Build, buy or broker - “More wood behind fewer arrows” - Difficulty in communicating value proposition for a wide range of services with different stakeholders - CIOs, Librarians, Heads of E-Learning, Government, … - Priorities to be set by community - Funding to be increasingly subscription based - “Futures Lab” role, focus on new technologies with impact in 3-5 years
  • 10. 10 :: About Jisc :: Membership & Governance Representative members of Jisc Representative members of Jisc Representative members of Jisc Institutional members of Jisc HEI’s and FEC’s from across the UK Board of trustees = directors of ‘Holdco’ Jisc Board also acts as board of Jisc subsidiary ‘Holdco’ is registered charity “Jisc Subsidiary” CLG ‘Subco’ is not a registered charity Janet Division Collections Division
  • 11. 11 1. About Jisc 2. Success Stories 3. Current Work 4. Vision for 2020 Jisc: Rebooting a National InnovationAgency (EUNIS 2014 Congress, Umeå, Sweden)
  • 12. 12 :: Success Stories :: Janet network
  • 13. 13 Financial X-ray overview: http://goo.gl/I38gd4 - Easily understand and compare overall costs for particular services - Develop business cases for changes to IT infrastructure - Create an ongoing mechanism for dialogue between finance and IT departments using standard terms of reference - Provide a means of highlighting the comparative cost of shared and commercial third party services :: Success Stories :: Benchmarking
  • 14. 14 :: Success Stories :: Cloud Brokerage National agreements for: - Arkivum - Box - Dropbox - Google Apps - Office 365 Peerings with major cloud service providers including Amazon, Google and Microsoft. More at: http://goo.gl/sLEbo3
  • 15. 15 :: Success Stories :: ESISS Information Security advice: - Automated and manual penetration testing - Reporting for audit compliance purposes - Security consultancy - Led byTigerTeam accredited Senior SecurityTester More at: http://goo.gl/6Jz5I7
  • 16. 16 :: Success Stories :: Student Innovation http://www.jisc.ac.uk/student-innovation
  • 17. 17 :: Success Stories :: Jorum and OERs Thousands of free learning and teaching resources from a wide variety of Subject areas More at: http://www.jorum.ac.uk
  • 18. 18 :: Success Stories ::VAT Sharing Group
  • 19. 19 1. About Jisc 2. Success Stories 3. Current Work 4. Vision for 2020 Jisc: Rebooting a National InnovationAgency (EUNIS 2014 Congress, Umeå, Sweden)
  • 20. 20 :: CurrentWork :: Business Intelligence http://goo.gl/eF9NfO
  • 21. 21 :: CurrentWork :: HEDIIP http://www.hediip.ac.uk
  • 22. 22 :: CurrentWork :: ETAG http://etag.support
  • 23. 23 :: CurrentWork :: UK e-Infrastructure Survey Informing UK government’s 10 year road map for e- Infrastructure capital investments
  • 24. 24 :: CurrentWork :: Shared HE Data Centre Collaboration involving: Francis Crick Institute King’sCollege LSE Queen Mary Sanger Institute UCL
  • 25. 25 1. About Jisc 2. Success Stories 3. Current Work 4. Vision for 2020 Jisc: Rebooting a National InnovationAgency (EUNIS 2014 Congress, Umeå, Sweden)
  • 26. 26 Mission To enable people in higher education, further education and skills in the UK to perform at the forefront of international practice by exploiting fully the possibilities of modern digital empowerment, content and connectivity Vision To make the UK the most digitally advanced education and research nation in the world ::Vision for 2020 ::
  • 27. 27 Jisc: Rebooting a National InnovationAgency (EUNIS 2014 Congress, Umeå, Sweden) Martin Hamilton, Digital Futures @martin_hamilton m.hamilton@jisc.ac.uk http://martinh.net