Kuali - Building a Community (KDUK14)

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Slides from our UK Kuali Day talk on Building a Community in June 2014. Simon Whittemore and I outline Jisc's new strategic focus, the "co-design" pipeline of new products and services that we are …

Slides from our UK Kuali Day talk on Building a Community in June 2014. Simon Whittemore and I outline Jisc's new strategic focus, the "co-design" pipeline of new products and services that we are lining up, including our student lifecycle challenge: From Prospect to Alumnus. We also present feedback from event delegates on their interests and priorities, and potential next steps in building and sustaining the nascent UK Kuali community.

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  • 1. Martin Hamilton, Simon Whittemore UK Kuali Day, June 2014 Kuali: Building a Community
  • 2. Outline »1. Background »2. Jisc Co-Design challenge: From Prospect to Alumnus »3. Kuali Day delegate survey »4.The way forward? Image credit: CC-BY Flickr user swampa
  • 3. Outline »1. Background »2. Jisc Co-Design challenge: From Prospect to Alumnus »3. Kuali Day delegate survey »4.The way forward? Image credit: CC-BY Flickr user swampa
  • 4. Background: About Jisc » Registered charity championing the use of digital technologies in research and education » Wide range of shared services for UK Universities and Colleges, e.g. - JANET, world leading NREN - Groundbreaking content deals with publishers - Cloud brokerage, e.g. Amazon portal » R&D achievements such as: - IETF standards track Moonshot project - Pioneering work in Open Educational Resources, Open Access and Open Data
  • 5. Background: The co-design process
  • 6. Outline »1. Background »2. Jisc Co-Design challenge: From Prospect to Alumnus »3. Kuali Day delegate survey »4.The way forward? Image credit: CC-BY Flickr user swampa
  • 7. Outline »1. Background »2. Jisc Co-Design challenge: From Prospect to Alumnus »3. Kuali Day delegate survey »4.The way forward? Image credit: CC-BY Flickr user swampa
  • 8. Kuali Day delegate survey
  • 9. Kuali Day delegate survey
  • 10. Kuali Day delegate survey
  • 11. Kuali Day delegate survey
  • 12. Kuali Day delegate survey
  • 13. Kuali Day delegate survey » Either there is the need for one University to take a lead or a central organisation, like JISC, to coordinate going forward. » Set up a collaborative group to share the effort and risk of assessing, "localising" (to UK needs) and implementing Kuali systems. » Set up UK project group with dedicated staff who work in Universities to being in expertise needed. » Through open dialogue and discussion of the relevant and important priorities facing organizations in the UK and identifying how they may be satisfied with Kuali community developed and supported solutions that best serve higher education. » Track Kuali work, establish UK interest group(s per product?), discuss with Kuali Foundation a UK sub-group/ licence arrangement.
  • 14. Kuali Day delegate survey » How the UK specific elements of statutory reporting, UCAS, tier 4, etc. can be added and maintained? » Readiness year-on-year to do UK statutory returns, e.g. HESA,TRAC » Online, largely product/system-specific communities; possibly with nominated champions to review what other countries are doing (USA?). » On-demand analytics - enrollment ; learning analytics » Showcase against some of the other products available. How does Kuali Student stack up against Banner and SITS for example? MIS managers and teams need to be able to see it as a viable alternative. Compliance and reporting are key considerations that make it difficult for others to compete. » "Cloud-hosted SaaS platform? Multi-tenancy?
  • 15. Outline »1. Background »2. Jisc Co-Design challenge: From Prospect to Alumnus »3. Kuali Day delegate survey »4.The way forward? Image credit: CC-BY Flickr user swampa
  • 16. 18 • Jisc Digital Futures Project • Objective: improved and joined-up prospect student and alumnus experience • 2 yr project initially • £3-4M • SRO: Simon Whittemore ; Other key contacts: PRE-APPLICATION ADMISSIONS (Application) EMPLOYABILITY and Placements ENROLMENT (Pre-registration and Registration) INDUCTION TEACHING AND LEARNING, ASSESSMENT PASTORAL CARE GRADUATION Alumni Widening Participation Student Lifecycle Stages Some Related Jisc Resources http://jisc.textmatters.com/outline/ From Prospect to Alumnus
  • 17. > Interesting comments/quotes from participant about this stage or event April 2014 > Co-design SG Define Challenges Jun-Aug 2014 Sept 2014 Oct/Nov 14 Quarterly - logic model Sep 15– Jul 16 > Interesting comments/quotes from participant about this stage or event > Interesting comments/quotes from participant about this stage or event > Interesting comments/quotes from participant about this stage or event > Interesting comments/quotes from participant about this stage or event > Interesting comments/quotes from participant about this stage or event  Project timeline > Co-design Consultation > Solutions Workshop > Project(s) start > Iterative Review and Evaluation > Pilot Shared Services /solutions From Prospect to Alumnus From Prospect to Alumnus
  • 18. Outcomes and beneficiaries From Prospect to Alumnus Systems & info not joined-up enough to enable effective student lifecycle relationship management. Need to manifest value for money in the student experience. Institutional and national viability of provision due to poor and piecemeal student experience. Better institutional articulation of offer/competitive advantage. Better informed student decisions; better informed stakeholders and national agencies. Institutional, regional and national efficiencies. 1. Build new shared services and enterprise system enhancements through institutional pilots? 2. Improve interaction between constituents of SLRM ecosystem to increase the sum of the parts? 3. Empower the SLRM (e.g. through service design & mgt) to deliver better student experience? Which Approach? Issue Risk of not doing
  • 19. The way forward? » Immediate actions versus medium to long term: › Formal relationship between UK and Kuali Foundation, e.g. UCISA-CISG, Jisc? › Potential Co-Design challenge project activities? » Support for UK Kuali pilot institutions? › UK/EU requirements, e.g. HESA, KIS, UKBA, HEAR › Internationalization, e.g. currencies in Kuali Finance › “Show and tell”: Sharing experiences and best practices › Potential SaaS hosted platform » Leverage aspects? › e.g. building on Rice as a vendor neutral ESB
  • 20. Martin Hamilton, Simon Whittemore m.hamilton@jisc.ac.uk, s.whittemore@jisc.ac.uk Kuali: Building a Community