"Great expectations", or how to remain friends (with JISC) after a JISC project


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An overview of how JISC works with projects in the JISC Content programme 2011-13

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"Great expectations", or how to remain friends (with JISC) after a JISC project

  1. 1. "She gave a contemptuous toss . . . . and left me"“Great Expectations”, or how to remain friends (with JISC) after a JISC project Paola Marchionni, Programme Manager Digitisation – 15 Nov 2011
  2. 2. We don’t wantto end up likethis…But we want to work• collaboratively and• openly
  3. 3. Who we are • Alastair Dunning, JISC Digitisation Programme Manager • Paola Marchionni, JISC Digitisation Programme ManagerWhat we do • point of contact • oversee the programme • support and advise projects • critical friends • make sure projects are delivered in time and on budget • “ambassadors” • responsibility for other areas of the programme
  4. 4. A “peak” into the lifecycle of a typical JISC project write blog project web workshop posts, chatprog mtg site and blog with us Ad hoc support, eg on IPR team/board project mtg progress report, plan + keep in touch budget JISC mailing list Prog mtg, Budget query networking, workshops Final report JISC comms support LAUNCH!!!
  5. 5. What JISC can do for projects:Support and guidance • For support within your team or institution • If there is a major change in your project plan, outputs or budget • For guidance on completing project documentation • Informal chat, a shoulder on which to cry
  6. 6. What JISC can do for projects:Workshops, trainings, guidance, resources • Identifying needs: star chart and today’s mtg • On different topics, depending on your needs, you tell us • Ad hoc support and surgeries, eg IPR and licencing • “OER workshop” on 30 November • Links with other JISC programmes, eg OER programme http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/ukoer3.aspx and Discovery programme http://discovery.ac.uk/
  7. 7. What JISC can do for projects:Resources and tools • JISC Digital Media http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/ Guidance and training on digitisation of still, moving images and sound • Strategic Content Alliance http://sca.jiscinvolve.org/publications/ Audience research, Business models and sustainability, IPR, Web2.0 • Toolkit for the Impact of Digitised Scholarly Resources http://microsites.oii.ox.ac.uk/tidsr/ Qualitative and quantitative indicators to measure impact
  8. 8. What JISC can do for projects:Resources and tools • CETIS http://jisc.cetis.ac.uk/ Advice on all aspects of the technology and standards for learning resources, a lot on OER http://wiki.cetis.ac.uk/Open_Educational_Resources • OER Infokit http://bit.ly/oerinfokit Relevant resources developed for the JISC/Academy OER programme • Web2Rights http://www.web2rights.com A lot on IPR and licencing
  9. 9. What JISC can do for projects:Communication and dissemination • Mtgs, face-to-face, tel, email, twitter… • Content2011-13@jiscmail.ac.uk • JISC Digitisation blog http://digitisation.jiscinvolve.org/wp/ • Comms support with press releases – get in touch early on! • JISC Content web site www.jisc.ac.uk and widget http://www.jisc-content.ac.uk/promote-jisc-content
  10. 10. What projects need to do for JISC:Core documentation • Project plan, workpackages and budget – 6 Dec • Project description/web page/blog – 6 Dec • Consortium agreement – 6 Dec • Progress reports – every 6 months • Final report – one month before end of project • Closure survey – end of project • Impact Case study - tbc • All templates at http://www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/projectmanagement.aspx
  11. 11. What projects need to do for JISC:Project Blog (better than web page) – Why? • to share your project with the community • to document its progress and evaluation openly • to start publicising your work and build up to it launch – What to blog and how often? • Project documentation • Progress, news, findings, work with users, feedback, tips and advice… • As often as you can, at least once a week? Tabbloid – Amplifying • RSS feed – Tabbloid • Hashtag • Twitter…
  12. 12. What projects need to do for JISC:Acknowledging JISC • On your project blog/web page and press release • JISC acknowledgement: ‘This project is funded by JISC as part of the Content programme 2011-2013’ http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/digitisation/conten t2011_2013.aspx • JISC logo guidelines http://www.jisc.ac.uk/logo
  13. 13. Image creditsCover image: "She gave a contemptuous toss . . . . and left me" by F. A. Fraser. c. 1877. 4.6 x 6.6 inches. An illustration for the Household Edition of Dickenss Great Expectations (p. 29). Scanned image and text by Philip V. Allingham from material reproduced courtesy of The Charles Dickens Museum, 48 Doughty Street, London WC1N 2LF. This image may be used without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose. The Victorian Web, http://www.victorianweb.org/art/illustration/fraser/5.htmlSlide 2: National Archive of the Netherlands. Spaarnestad Photo, SFA003001706. http://flic.kr/p/65XGBJ No known copyright restrictions. The woman lightweight world champion boxing Louise Adler training with the prize fighter Joe Rivers for the match in which she will defend her title, United States 1926.
  14. 14. Thank you Paola MarchionniProgramme Manager Digitisation p.marchionni@jisc.ac.uk