What collaboration can achieve
February 25th 2014
Gary Tindell
Information Improvement Manager
Agenda for Presentation
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)

Research background
Model of collaboration
Value of collaboration
How UEL have use...
Research background
• First started analysing borough level HE data in
2002 to develop a strategy to align UEL
programmes ...
Model of collaboration
• The research question is developed by our
partners and framed within a policy context
• UEL produ...
Value of collaboration
• Most importantly, the Partnership is clustered
around a detailed evidence base
• Without this par...
How UEL use the data
• Extremely rich and valuable data set
• Produce breakdown of UEL enrolments
and market share by boro...
UEL enrolment of new UG entrants to
HE by borough (2012/13)
New UG entrants to HE for LB Newham
(2012/13)
New UG entrants to HE studying Sports
Science by HEI (2011/12)
Next Steps
• Complete the development of the latest
version of the application including
incorporating new fields such as ...
Questions?
Contact Details
Gary Tindell
Information Improvement Manager
IT Services
University of East London
Email: g.c.tindell@uel....
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Gary Tindell, University of East London - What collaboration can achieve

  1. 1. What collaboration can achieve February 25th 2014 Gary Tindell Information Improvement Manager
  2. 2. Agenda for Presentation 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Research background Model of collaboration Value of collaboration How UEL have used the data Next steps
  3. 3. Research background • First started analysing borough level HE data in 2002 to develop a strategy to align UEL programmes with emerging employment sectors • UEL used the data to internally for competitor analysis, identification of potential new markets for courses & areas for targeting WP outreach • Data repurposed to provide localised HE participation data and used as a KPI by CLG to justify capital spend on HE in the Thames Gateway
  4. 4. Model of collaboration • The research question is developed by our partners and framed within a policy context • UEL produce the detailed data specification & develop the application using our Business Intelligence reporting tool • Data views and summary reports are generated instantly • Analysis and report writing is conducted collaboratively
  5. 5. Value of collaboration • Most importantly, the Partnership is clustered around a detailed evidence base • Without this partnership, it’s unlikely we would undertake this research in the same way • Gained a deeper understanding of the patterns of HE participation in London • Obtain greater insight into the emerging 1619 agenda • Facilitated internal partnerships within UEL
  6. 6. How UEL use the data • Extremely rich and valuable data set • Produce breakdown of UEL enrolments and market share by borough • Conduct competitor analysis in our key local recruitment markets • Produce automated reports looking at borough, subject and previous institution • Benchmark performance on a wide range of variables (Tariff scores, degree class, etc)
  7. 7. UEL enrolment of new UG entrants to HE by borough (2012/13)
  8. 8. New UG entrants to HE for LB Newham (2012/13)
  9. 9. New UG entrants to HE studying Sports Science by HEI (2011/12)
  10. 10. Next Steps • Complete the development of the latest version of the application including incorporating new fields such as tariff scores • Assess the impact on the first cohort of the new tuition fees • Add in contextual data on school age populations, GCSE & A level results, skill levels, employment sectors, etc • Offer a consultancy service for local authorities for more detailed reports
  11. 11. Questions?
  12. 12. Contact Details Gary Tindell Information Improvement Manager IT Services University of East London Email: g.c.tindell@uel.ac.uk Tel: 0208 223 2065

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