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Curtis Cartwright Programme Evaluation Jan2010

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  • 1. Evaluation
    Dr Geoff Curtis
    Dr Rob Hawtin
    29 January 2010
    Institutional Innovation Programme
  • 2. Overview
    Institutional Innovation Programme (IIP)
    Evaluation questions
    Headlines from evaluation of Round 1 projects
    Initial findings
    Lessons identified
    Evaluation of Round 2 projects
    Approach
    Your contribution
    Self-evaluation guidance
  • 3. Institutional Innovation Programme
    Issues with JISC approach to ICT in education and research
    Often applies to specific problems of department / institution
    Not the sector
    Solution often technology- rather than business-led
    Not necessarily sustainable
  • 4. IIP concept
    Institutional approach
    Build on advances from JISC innovation activities
    Proven practices, technologies, standards and services
    Often substantial internal business change for institution
    Supported by significant senior management involvement
    Fund range of substantial ICT deployments/business change activities
    Use as exemplars to demonstrate innovation and good practice
    Extend benefits to sector
    Benefits realisation activities
    Problem areas identified
    professional bodies
    other initiatives
  • 5. Top-level evaluation questions
    1: Is IIP concept useful as general approach for institution-wide problems?
    2: Is IIP delivering desired outcomes at institutional level for key areas of institutional ICT concern?
    Improved community engagement
    Improved and sustained JISC leadership to the sector
    Improved capacity, knowledge and skills and diversity of background;
    Sustainable technological solutions
    Development of good practice approaches
    Evidence base for good practice and dissemination
    Overall sustainability of outcomes
    3: Is IIP being managed well?
  • 6. Evaluation
    Assessment of evaluation questions
    Lessons identified?
    Improvements?
    What else?
    Evaluating programme not the projects
  • 7. Initial findings –IIP concept
    Assessment
    Useful general approach for creating sustainable change
    More general applicability
    Lesson identified
    Need to select/manage projects to meet IIP characteristics
    Areas for improvement
    Benefits realisation activities
    More stringent selection of areas of institutional concern and projects
    Training on concept and implementation
    Review approach to planning/funding of benefits realisation activities
  • 8. Initial findings – IIP delivery
    Assessment
    Too early for definitive assessment
    SSBR had only just started
    Likely to mature post project completion
    Aspirational nature of outcomes
    Continue to focus on desired outcomes
  • 9. Initial findings – IIP management
    The programme is generally well managed
    Lack of programme management resource and overall scale of Round 2 projects might be a risk to programme
    Focus role of SSBR
  • 10. Initial findings – summary
  • 11. Evaluation of IIP – phase 2
    Approach
    Phase 1 was by interviews against detailed questions
    Many more Round 2 projects
    Evaluation based on
    Questionnaires
    Detailed evaluation questions as before
    Quantitative and qualitative
    Stakeholders
    Project teams
    Follow-up interviews, where necessary
    Other available information
    Programme meetings
    Final and completion reports
    Self-evaluation
  • 12. Evaluation of Round 2 projects
    Your contribution
    Please find time to respond to questionnaires
    End February
    Please do your final and completion reports
    Good things
    Lessons identified
  • 13. Self-evaluation
    JISC evaluation handbook
    Based on your evaluation plans
    Tips on self-evaluation
    Outcomes
  • 14. Contact us
    geoff.curtis@curtiscartwright.co.uk 01483 685023
    rob.hawtin@curtiscartwright.co.uk 01483 685024