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    • workshop review
      • What did you say at the beginning of the day?
      • Has your understanding of what is needed changed at all?
      • What (if anything) will you do differently?
      • Any messages for JISC?
    • what does JISC want from a final report? Source: workshop delegates, morning activity (& http://www.tagcrowd.com/ )
    • what does JISC want from a final report? Source: workshop delegates, morning activity Lots of words Context – how what you did relates to your HEI Almost right, but what we are really looking for is how what you did relates to the wider community, so other HEI’s, not just your own.
      • Benefits:
        • Sub regional
        • National
        • (dissemination)
      This post-it has been picked out as it was the only one that mentioned ‘benefits’. These are important and we would like to see you all include the benefits of your project within your report. What actually happened during the project Absolutely! Just the kind of thing we are looking for.
      • much clearer on how to structure the reports and who they are for
      • how to structure my final report
      • to share what went well and what didn’t go so well
      • complete change of understanding
      • better understanding of reporting requirements - lots of clarity
      • useful to hear a national perspective and links to the JISC vision
      • importance of story and personalisation and linking this with lessons learned
      what have you learned?
      • be less wordy
      • draft the final report much more carefully
      • include a ‘reflections’ section in the report
      • be more bold and creative
      • separate outcomes from outputs
      • cross reference the final report with appropriate links
      • use critical friends
      • think about the different types of audience
      what will you do differently?