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  • Sarah Dunne – Senior C0-Design Manager – Further Education and SkillsTeam Jisc support for the FE and Skills sector17/06/2014
  • Mission To enable people in higher education, further education and skills in the UK to perform at the forefront of international practice by exploiting fully the possibilities of modern digital empowerment, content and connectivity Our vision & mission 2 Vision To make the UK the most digitally advanced education and research nation in the world
  • Comparing landscape by the numbers 3
  • Jisc Group expenditure by key activities(2013-14) 4 Proportion of £96m Operational income Network & IT services 59% Research & development 6% Digital content 21% Advice & guidance 14%
  • Jisc Group structure 5 Representative members of Jisc Representative members of Jisc Representative members of Jisc Institutional members of Jisc HEI’s and FEC’s from across the UK Board of trustees = directorsof ‘Holdco’ Jisc Board also acts as board of Jisc subsidiary ‘Holdco’ is registered charity “Jisc Subsidiary”CLG ‘Subco’ is not a registered charity Janet Division Collections Division
  • Our customer promise We will target our work on those areas where we can apply our knowledge, skills and expertise to demonstrate the greatest impact: »Research enablement »Learning, teaching and the digital student experience »Sector and enterprise efficiency »Collaboration and internationalisation 6
  • Impact »Open agenda »Data and analytics »Digital translation and transformation from other sectors/business & industry – national and international »Institutional and academic leadership in the digital age »Cyber security, access and identity management »Digital standards and policies at UK/European/international level 7
  • Jisc strategic framework 8 Our customers Research enablement Sector and enterprise efficiency Teaching, learning & student experience Open agenda Collaboration and internationalisation Digital standards & policies Digital translation from other sectors/industries Institutional & academic leadership in the digital age Cyber security & access and identity management Data & analytics
  • What our customers get from Jisc 17/06/2014 Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 9 Network and IT services Our unique suite of services enables communities of lecturers and students to connect and collaborate anytime, anywhere through the Janet network (ja.net), infrastructure services and collaboration tools. Digital content We provide you and your students with secure, cost-effective access to the UK’s richest collection of digital resources.You’ll have the very latest data and content from leading international publishers and providers at your fingertips.
  • What our customers get from Jisc 17/06/2014 Title of presentation (Go to ‘View’ menu > ‘Header and Footer…’ to edit the footers on this slide) 10 Advice We’ve been supporting further education for over 13 years, listening, convening and engaging to ensure we offer you the very best in support, guidance and the tools that you need now. We are estimated to save the education sector £122 million in cost efficiencies every year. Research and development Our R&D work identifies emerging technologies and develops them around your particular needs. We test and learn on your behalf, ready for you to take advantage of new technologies as they arrive. Many of the outputs from our R&D function benefit the FE and skills sector, even if some of them are working behind the scenes.
  • Core audiences we serve We work in partnership with further education and skills providers to help you: » Thrive in an increasingly competitive marketplace » Attract and retain learners » Gain practical strategic and technical assistance » Be smarter and more efficient with your business operations » You don’t have to pay for our core services to you because they are wholly funded by the FE funding bodies. But we also provide optional additional services available for a fee. 11
  • FE activities » 32 Projects supported in 2013-14 › 10 of these projects being supported to embed and develop their work to March 2015 – (£250,000) › Resources from projects available through Jorum › Evaluation and support for all projects (£25,000) » 30 New projects, starting from May 2014 (£1,000,000) » Access and Inclusion survey – to 30th June (surveymonkey.com/s/Access-Technology-14) » The Jisc Digital Student FE and Skills Study 12
  • FE activities » Licensing digital content for Skills providers through the Interactive Learning Resources for Skills project » The FE Skills Window Project » Upgrading broadband connections for colleges by Janet and increasing their resilience » Improving access and use of Jorum for FE and Skills users » Working with the ETF on a range of technology issues » Responding to the Government reply to the FELTAG recommendations – due soon! » More partnership working with NIACE, AoC, 157 Group, Natspec, ALT, Institute of Education 13
  • Are you making the most of Jisc services and support? Get in touch today with your local RSC and we’ll work with you to develop the solutions you need now as well as planning for the future. http://www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/ http://www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/southwest » Location » Jisc RSC SouthWest University of Plymouth Babbage Room 321 Drake Circus Plymouth PL4 8AA » Telephone and email helpdesk » For general enquiries, please contact: » 01752 587031 » Email: rsc-advice@rsc-south-west.ac.uk » - See more at: http://www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/southwest/contact.aspx#sthash.9SPJe3RN.dpuf 14
  • Find out more… 15 Digital Futures FE and SkillsTeam Sarah Dunne Senior Co-Design Manager s.dunne@jisc.ac.uk Paul Bailey Senior Co-design Manager p.bailey@jisc.ac.uk Nigel Ecclesfield Head of change implementation support programmes - further education and skills n.ecclesfield@jisc.ac.uk One Castlepark Tower Hill Bristol BS2 0JA T 020 3697 5800 info@jisc.ac.uk jisc.ac.uk Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND