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These slides support a workshop at the 2010 JISC-CETIS conference on integrating and subverting corporate systems for educational purposes. They focus in particular on lessons drawn from a major ...

These slides support a workshop at the 2010 JISC-CETIS conference on integrating and subverting corporate systems for educational purposes. They focus in particular on lessons drawn from a major curriculum transformation project at Manchester Metropolitan University in the UK.

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    Integrating Corporate Systems at MMU Integrating Corporate Systems at MMU Presentation Transcript

    • Sunday, November 14, 2010
      1
      Integrating Corporate Systems for Educational Purposes: lessons from MMU
      Professor Mark Stubbs
      Head of Learning & Research Technologies
      m.stubbs@mmu.ac.uk | http://twitter.com/thestubbs
      http://lrt.mmu.ac.uk/w2c #jiscdvle
      http://www.celt.mmu.ac.uk/src #jisccdd
    • What we are learning from JISC CDD
      ‘Many problems with the management of course-related information can be put down to the fact that this is still a document-based rather than a data-based system (and paper-based at most institutions). This gives rise to duplication of effort and of information, lack of version control, poor re-use of relevant information for different purposes, and a tendency for information to be designed for approval rather than any other purpose.’
      BCU is concerned with capturing the ‘lived experience’ of curriculum design
      Strathclyde and the Open University are exploring how to represent the curriculum in a way that can be reused to meet the needs of various stakeholders
      MMU identified representations of curricula as a barrier to responsive provision
      Adapted from Sarah Knight’s 2010 JISC Curriculum Design & Delivery Reflections
    • Barriers | Dependencies
      Event Name and Venue
      3
      QAA commend our robust processes
      Practice is too varied to systematise
      We struggle to interpret vague QA docs
      Central systems don’t support local variety so we build our own
      We keep it vague to avoid tortuous QA
      Student Records
      QA
      We can’t get concrete details on courses for website, so maintain our own
      Marketing
      Course Teams
      Why do marketing never have up-to-date info about our courses
    • Solution | Change Everything!
      Scope of MMU Change Programme...
      Curriculum Framework
      Admin Systems + Business Processes
      Seamless Student Access
      Quality Processes
      Implications...
      New rules for Curriculum (30 Credit, max 5 LOs...)
      Every UG course & module will be re-written
      Entirely new first year goes live September 2011 !
    • Barrier | Joined-up Imagination
      Co-designing an alternative to the status quo
      Blending specialist expertise without blinkers!
      Student Records
      + Enrolment
      + Transcript (HEAR)
      QA / QE
      + Definitive documents
      + Annual monitoring
      CurriculumDatabase
      Marketing
      + Prospectus
      + UCAS
      Curriculum Innovation
      + Learning Outcome mapping
      + Competence development
    • Solution | Creative Dialogue
      Scenarios
      Rapid Prototyping
      Multi-stakeholder walk-through workshops
      Enterprise Architect know-how
      Understand how islands of info can be joined
      Ensure identifiers are in place for integration
      Remember: new interfaces might enable new practice
      Build buy-in by demonstrating that the integrated approach works!
      Sunday, November 14, 2010
    • Understand how islands can be joined
      enrolments+ tut groups
      enrolments
      VLE
      Timetable
      enrolments
      + hand-ins
      Student
      Records
      specs + linkages
      Submissions
      enrolments
      CourseRecords
      active units
      skill mappings
      Library
      Portfolio
    • Ensure identifiers in place for integration
      Student Record
      Course Record
      Student Details
      Course Spec
      CourseYear Instance
      Course Enrolments
      Course Structure
      Unit Spec
      Unit Instance
      Unit Enrolments
      AssessmentStructure
      Assessment ElementSpec
      Assessment Element Instance
      Assessment Element Hand-in + Marks
    • New interface, new practice?
      9
    • Demonstrate the approach works
      Timetable
      StudentRecords
      CourseRecords
      Data Feeds
      Financials
      apis.mmu
      BusinessIntelligence
      LibraryCatalogue
      Email +Calendar
      NewVLE
      OldVLE
      DigitalCollections
      Mobile
      Apps
      ReadingLists
    • Sunday, November 14, 2010
      11
      Integrating Corporate Systems for Educational Purposes: lessons from MMU
      Professor Mark Stubbs
      Head of Learning & Research Technologies
      m.stubbs@mmu.ac.uk | http://twitter.com/thestubbs
      http://lrt.mmu.ac.uk/w2c #jiscdvle
      http://www.celt.mmu.ac.uk/src #jisccdd