We are suffering from the challenges of abundance provided by the Web 2.0 services We are seeing significant changes in how our community is working cf statistics in usage of JISCMail lists
in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise philosophy at Middlesex was ranked a very impressive 14th out of all philosophy submissions...The university, it seems, has made its decision on the grounds that the department is not financially viable. Accordingly, the university has decided to concentrate its resources in areas where a better return is available.&quot;
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Follett report 2000: “ JISC is perceived as a UK success story, providing a network of world-class standard and a range of excellent services ”
Informed by engagement with its communities
JISC: If it didn’t exist it would have to be reinvented! JISC is an example of a centralised shared service which provides economies of scale and is pro-active in promoting and delivering innovation across the higher and further education sector.