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Collaboration through technology: moving from possibility to practice

Led by Emma Smith, media services development coordinator, Jisc.

With contribution from Anna-Wendy Stevenson, applied music programme leader, University of the Highlands and Islands.

This session will explore the potential that technology can bring to all forms of collaboration, and consider the difference that it has made to some local organisations and their practices.

Jisc Connect more in Scotland, 16 June 2016

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Collaboration through technology: moving from possibility to practice

  1. 1. Media services from Jisc Emma Smith Media services development coordinator
  2. 2. Vscene Video conferencing services for the Jisc community
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  12. 12. A decade of growth - hours ofVC provided by Jisc 6/23/2016 13 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 Aug-05 Jan-06 Jun-06 Nov-06 Apr-07 Sep-07 Feb-08 Jul-08 Dec-08 May-09 Oct-09 Mar-10 Aug-10 Jan-11 Jun-11 Nov-11 Apr-12 Sep-12 Feb-13 Jul-13 Dec-13 May-14 Oct-14 Mar-15 Aug-15 Hoursofvideoconference Month Hours of VC 12 per. Mov. Avg. (Hours of VC)
  13. 13. What are they doing with it? Purpose ofVC December 2015- total 1948 6/23/2016 14 9% 7% 12% 14% 3% 42% 2% 2% 2% 7% System testing Lecture Tutorial Teaching Research Admin/management meeting Event participation Training event/Demo… Interview QA tests
  14. 14. Usability review and backlog tickets 120 tiny changes, and some big ones…
  15. 15. Integration withVidyo infrastructure Vidyo Integrate scheduled VC features Uniform layout in call Recording for every V room Skype for Business No plugin- browser VC (WebRTC) SIP Telephone to V rooms Scaling on Demand Mobile App Big ticket feature for late 2016 Benefit of new infrastructure
  16. 16. Ideascale - http://vscene.ideascale.com
  17. 17. https://vscene.jisc.ac.uk http://vscene.ideascale.com 6/23/2016 18
  18. 18. Janet txt
  19. 19. Janet txt » Safely and securely distribute SMS messages that can be accessed from any internet enabled device » Integrate into management information systems to: › Send timely information on course changes, site closures, reminders, tutorials, deadlines, etc › Receive feedback from students and staff » Message individuals and groups » Real time delivery confirmation A comprehensive suite of secure SMS messaging services provided by PageOne 6/23/2016 20
  20. 20. Cloud
  21. 21. Cloud services and support from Jisc » Co-location and shared data centres » Financial X-Ray – understand the costs of your IT services » Data archiving framework agreement » Arcus portal for institutional management of Amazon Web Services usage » Board and committee paper management » Deals with Google and Microsoft for their cloud collaboration suites Helping institutions to move to the cloud 6/23/2016 22
  22. 22. Streaming and lecture capture
  23. 23. Streaming and lecture capture » Approached by customers » Focus groups » Lecture Capture is used by 63% of institutions and 65% are using media streaming tools* › *2014 Survey ofTechnology Enhanced Learning for higher education in the UK By RichardWalker, JulieVoce, Joe Nicholls, Elaine Swift, Jebar Ahmed, Sarah Horrigan and PhilVincent
  24. 24. Procurement framework » Community defined prioritised features » Multi supplier framework » At least three suppliers and a ‘preferred supplier’ » approved suppliers host their services and storage on Janet network » Institutions can use framework: › A) Directly purchase from the ‘preferred supplier’ › B) Engage suppliers in a mini competition
  25. 25. Anchor tenants » We would like up to 10 institutions to be listed on the procurement as ‘AnchorTenants’ » Not a commitment to purchase » Indicates a strong vote of interest » Demonstrates an active market to suppliers
  26. 26. Broadcasters and universities
  27. 27. Aims and benefits » Benefits: universities › Increased exposure for the university and its experts › National and International broadcasters › Reduced time demands on academics » Benefits: broadcasters › Access to experts › Reliable connection To enable universities to make real time video contributions to television broadcasters
  28. 28. Globelynx » Fully managed service » Link to National and International broadcasters » On-call support service » Directory/booking service » Installation and repair service for HD on site equipment, if required › Training for camera user available too
  29. 29. Hub
  30. 30. Hubs 68 interviews booked
  31. 31. Arts and humanities
  32. 32. Workshops and demonstrations https://community.jisc.ac.uk/groups/arts-and-humanities
  33. 33. Funded projects » LOLA in a Box – Royal College of Music » ImmersiveTeleperformance – Falmouth University » Making Connections – Liverpool John Moores University 6/23/2016 34
  34. 34. » Arts and humanities special interest group › UK network of peers that have a need to use technology › Explore relevant technologies and identify new technologies › Participation in projects and activities » Freely, loanable equipment › LOLA and UltraGrid
  35. 35. jisc.ac.uk Emma Smith Media services development coordinator Emma.Smith@jisc.ac.uk 6/23/2016 36
  36. 36. Developing musical communities of practice using technology Case study: BA (Hons) Applied Music with the University of the Highlands and Islands
  37. 37. Overview » Innovative » Inclusive » First Graduates » 101 students enrolled 2015-16 » National and international engagement BA (Hons) Applied Music Innovative 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 38
  38. 38. Community of practice Developing musical communities of practice using technology23/06/2016 4
  39. 39. Opening doors Developing musical communities of practice using technology23/06/2016 5
  40. 40. Landscape of Learning » 9 academic partners » Distributed staff » Varied demographic » Scattered students 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 41
  41. 41. Blended Learning Model Online 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 42
  42. 42. Blended Learning Model Video conference 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 43
  43. 43. Blended Learning Model One to one tuition in students’ local community 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 44
  44. 44. Blended Learning Model 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 45
  45. 45. Blended Learning Model Residencies 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 46
  46. 46. Networked residencies Virtual Residencies 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 47
  47. 47. International collaboration 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 48
  48. 48. Motivational Virtual Residencies 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 49
  49. 49. Networked residencies Virtual Residencies 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 50
  50. 50. International collaboration 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 51
  51. 51. Free- flow residencies 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 52
  52. 52. » Research active staff in NMP » Research active staff composition and community engagement Towards networked music performance 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 53
  53. 53. Technology and aristotle 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 54
  54. 54. jisc.ac.uk Anna-Wendy Stevenson Programme Leader BA (Hons) Applied Music Anna.Stevenson@uhi.ac.uk 23/06/2016 Developing musical communities of practice using technology 55

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