JISC Content programme 2011 13 progress update

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An update on the progress of the projects in the JISC Content programme 2011-13 covering areas such as IPR and licencing; users consultation; parnterships; embedding resourcing in teaching, learnignand research; and technologies projects are using.

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    1. 1. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateJISC Content programme 2011-13 progress update *** Paola Marchionni JISC Programme Manager Digitisation p.marchionni@jisc.ac.uk @paolamarchionni JISC Content Advisory Group 12 April 2012 | Slide 1
    2. 2. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateTo recap…JISC Content programme 2011-13http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/digitisation/content2011_2013.aspxJust under £6m - 24 projects (new entry: Welsh experience of WW1 – 1914-1918, £500,000)3 Strands: Strand A: Digitisation and OER Creation - Nov 2011-Jan 2013 Strand B: Mass Digitisation - Nov 2011-Jul 2013 Strand C: Clustering Digital Content - Nov 2011-Jan 2013 | Slide 2
    3. 3. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateProgramme’s expected outcomes…o Mixture of digitised “raw” and “cooked” contento Open Educational Resources (OER) and Open content , when possibleo Embedding resources in teaching, learning and researcho Partnerships and collaborations , internal and externalo User focus and emphasis on resource discoveryo Innovation in content creation, delivery, sustainability… | Slide 3
    4. 4. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateWhat have projects been up to?Follow projects’ blogs on the JISC Content programme Netvibes site at http://bit.ly/xfy1Qh | Slide 4
    5. 5. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateSome highlights in blogs:IPR and licencing : on the whole projects keen on open access and Creative Commons, or comparable, licences but:o still a lot of negotiations to re-licence content thought to have been cleared for CC purposes – Observing the 1980s blog http://bit.ly/HM8DEHo A lot of material is orphan works and requiresdue diligence approach – Manifacturing Pastsblog http://bit.ly/HM8O2No Some unexpected successes: open licence ofEPNS data for DEEP project, when it was initially envisaged only for HE/FE | Slide 5
    6. 6. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateUser driven content: a variety of channels explored to ensure resources are relevant to key users Aligning content selection to teaching lists – Digitised Diseases blog http://bit.ly/HYpwgI WireframesStudents research and apple cake – Web usability testing –OBL4HE blog http://bit.ly/HYrcH0 Manuscripts Online blog http://bit.ly/HYoQrL | Slide 6
    7. 7. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress update Embedding resources in teaching, learning and research from the project’s outset New module planned at Leeds University - OpenLives blog http://bit.ly/HYzgHKNew Connections BT Archiveembedding research project onlinguistic analysis of business More research projects as part of Medicalcorrespondence – blog Officer of Health reports and Board of Longitudehttp://bit.ly/HYz5fF projects – and teaching modules for all Strand A | Slide 7 projects
    8. 8. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress update Collaborations and partnerships mostly to deliver more content to more people Fashion biz and student internships at Zandra Rhodes project – blog http://bit.ly/HYnLjF And some unexpectedPrivate’ partnerships with architectural problems - ractices, ArchtitectUS blog http://bit.ly/HgLzfj - Stepping intond publishers, Online Veterinary Time project natomical Museum blog http://bit.ly/HgMa0u blog http://bit.ly/HgNPDk | Slide 8
    9. 9. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress update Technologies for digitisation, resource discovery, OER creation etc… ENGrich experimenting with APIs to retrieve engineering related resources, blog http://bit.ly/HgPPvs Old Maps Online3D digitisation of using Klokanskeletons, Digitised Technologies, “likeDiseases blog post, Google for oldhttp://bit.ly/HgPaKo and 3D maps” blogfossils project - http http://bit.ly/HQVEnb://bit.ly/HgOVyZ (JISC blog) | Slide 9
    10. 10. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateProgramme level activities aimed at:o providing support for projects and monitoring progresso fostering a community of like minded people to share knowledge and experiences, best practice and networkingo addressing programme’s riskso communicating and disseminating the programme’s outputs and outcomes | Slide 10
    11. 11. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateProgramme level activitieso Support through JISC Services: o IPR and licencing (IPR Consultant and JISC Legal also in connection to JISC OER programme IPR support project o JISC Digital Media - http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/ o CETIS (audit of tools and technologies adopted by proejcts for learning resources, in coordination with JISC OER programme) - http://jisc.cetis.ac.uk/ o Netskills: wide range of training available - http://www.netskills.ac.uk/ | Slide 11
    12. 12. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateProgramme level activitieso Support through workshops, events and trainings: o OER workshop (Nov 2011) in collaboration with SCORE and JISC OER programme o OER Networking Day (Mar 2012) – in collaboration with JISC OER programme; HEA OER programme and JISC Rapid Innovation OER programme o Web usability workshop (Feb and Apr 2012) o Discovery programme mtg – in collaboration with the JISC Discovery programme (Apr 2012) | Slide 12
    13. 13. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateProgramme level activitieso Planned future activities to cover among others…: o Communication and dissemination; Search Engine Optimisation (SEO); Evaluation and Impact; Sustainability; 3D digitisation/resources (tbc); use of digital content in teaching, learning and research (tbc) o Webinars with JORUM, CETIS, JISC Digital Media o Support project on evaluation and synthesis | Slide 13
    14. 14. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateUseful links o JISC Content programme 2011-2013 http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/digitisation/conte o JISC Content programme’s Netvibes site with projects blogs http://bit.ly/xfy1Qh o JISC Digitisation blog http://digitisation.jiscinvolve.org o JISC Content web site at www.jisc-content.ac.uk (portal of JISC-funded digital content) | Slide 14
    15. 15. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress updateImage credits• Cover slide: An enrolled trilobite, genus Calymene, British Geological Survey, GB/3D Fossils project http://bit.ly/HUAwea• Slide 5: screen shot, Manifacturing pasts project blog http://manufacturingpasts.wordpress.com/• Slide 6: Skeleton store at BARC, Bradford, Digitised Diseases project blog http://bit.ly/HYpwgI and screen shot of wireframes from Manuscripts Online project blog http://bit.ly/HYoQrL• Slide 7: BT image HM Queen Elizabeth II opening the public Subscriber Trunk Dialling system by making an automatic telephone call to the Provost of Edinburgh from Bristol Telephone Exchange, 5 December 1958 (courtesy of BT Heritage)• Slide 7: Drawing by Germinal – in ppt presentation by Irina Nelson, Alicia Pozo-Gutierrez, Antonio Martinez-Arboleda, Miguel Arrebola http://bit.ly/HYBk2s• Slide 8: Associate Architects visit, ArchitectUS project http://bit.ly/HgLzfj ; Zandra Rhodes with Joanna Swinney http://bit.ly/HYnLjF; Zoom in of a Night Bombing Aggregate Map, photo taken from HO193/13 map series (Crown Copyright, The National Archives) http://bit.ly/HgNPDk• Slide 9: 3D scanner Don Walker scanning an acondroplastic humerus – Digitised Diseases project http://bit.ly/HgPaKo | Slide 15
    16. 16. JISC Content programme 2011-13 – progress update© HEFCE 2011The Higher Education Funding Council for England,on behalf of JISC, permits reuse of this presentationand its contents under the terms of the Creative CommonsAttribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UKEngland & Wales Licence.http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/uk | Slide 16

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