JISC Advance: Services, RSCs & BCE

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JISC Advance: Services, RSCs & BCE

  1. 1. 10th June 2010, British Library JISC ADVANCE: SERVICES, RSCs & BCE BCE: Awareness and Education for the Wider JISC Community bceawareness.jiscinvolve.org #bceadv
  2. 2. Order of play #bceadv 10.30 Welcome and introductions 10.40 BCE: Business as usual for our communities? Chris Young, JISC Netskills 11.30 How are we already supporting BCE? Marc Dobson & Andy Stewart, JISC Advance BCE team 12.00 Parallel Sessions: Advisory Services: Focus group follow-up RSCs: Key questions and discussion 13.00 Lunch 13.45 Feedback from RSC session 14.00 Evidencing Outcomes, Benefits and Impact (inc AS feedback) Jay Dempster, Belanda Consulting 15.45 Roundup and activity plans 16.00 End
  3. 3. Some jargon... #bceadv #bceadv Knowledge transfer Outreach Knowledge economy Business Development Civic engagement JISC Lifelong learning KTP BCE Employer engagement Knowledge exchange Partnerships REF 3rd Stream
  4. 4. External engagement? #bceadv #bceadv The current and future climate for higher & further education means that external engagement and partnerships are going to be increasingly important to the success of both individual institutions and the sector as a whole.
  5. 5. Who with? #bceadv #bceadv Commercial enterprise and business Public sector (including charities and trusts) organisations Cultural, social and civic organisations Individuals and communities
  6. 6. Strategic or organic? #bceadv #bceadv Knowledge exchange, innovation and employer engagement are high on the government’s agenda for economic prosperity and are now becoming major drivers for institutional strategy. Within individual universities and colleges, the strategic management of the processes and relationships this creates will be crucial to future impact and success .
  7. 7. Isn’t that 3rd stream/strand/mission? #bceadv #bceadv Learning & Teaching Research 3rd Stream/Strand/Mission image © Chris Young 2010,
  8. 8. Isn’t that what "Business Development" do? #bceadv #bceadv Business Development/Outreach Executive/Central Admin image © Chris Young 2010 Faculty/Schools
  9. 9. Business and Community Engagement?#bceadv #bceadv Business and Community Engagement (BCE) is a term being used to describe the holistic, strategic management of relationships between academic institutions and external organisations and individuals. BCE is focused around four dimensions: • Employer engagement • Lifelong learning • Knowledge transfer (and exchange) • Public, community & cultural engagement
  10. 10. BCE: Business as usual? #bceadv #bceadv Universities Businesses & & Colleges Communities Employer Engagement Organisations Learning & Knowledge Exchange Teaching Lifelong Learning Research People & Development Public, Community & Cultural Engagement
  11. 11. Business as usual for us? #bceadv #bceadv We may be supporting BCE through much of our regular work within our communities. A key goal for us is to recognise when and how we are supporting the BCE agenda – and be able to demonstrate the impact our services and advice are having in the communities who fund us. As BCE becomes "business as usual" for them so it will start to appear as "business as usual" for us.
  12. 12. Business as usual for us? #bceadv #bceadv In order for BCE to become "business as usual", its processes need to be deeply embedded throughout an need to be deeply embedded throughout an institution – beyond dedicated units or individuals who dedicated units or individuals who may be leading current activities. Practitioners (current and potential) need skills, Practitioners (current and potential) need skills, systems and processes to enable them to seamlessly and processes to enable them to seamlessly integrate new and existing engagement activity as integrate new and existing engagement activity as aa regular part of what they do. what they do. Internal management, support and enabling services management, support and enabling services need to be able to actively support a BCE-driven actively support a BCE-driven strategies in a consistent way across their operations. strategies in a consistent way across their operations.

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