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JISC BCE - Dissemination

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JISC BCE - Dissemination

  1. 1. Business and Community Engagement (BCE) From Dissemination to Sustainability Rob Allen, JISC Services BCE Manager 5 – 6 March 2009 Advocates and Change Agents, Dissemination, Transferability and Sustainability Joint Information Systems Committee Supporting education and research 12/03/2009 | slide 1
  2. 2. Dissemination When – the timing How – the method http://www.sxc.hu/photo/945756 Why – the purpose To whom – the audience What you plan to disseminate – the message Joint Information Systems Committee
  3. 3. Message http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1101776 http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1101775 Joint Information Systems Committee
  4. 4. Audience Internal Other staff in http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1073466 the institution ? Common audiences? BCE External Practitioners Stakeholders JISC The Programmes Community Joint Information Systems Committee
  5. 5. Purpose http://www.sxc.hu/photo/207291 Joint Information Systems Committee
  6. 6. Method, Timing, Language  Lots of methods  Select the right method(s) to get your message to the target audience and achieve your purpose http://www.sxc.hu/photo/149741  Decide when different dissemination activities will be most relevant  Messages will vary during the timeframe of the project  Language – appropriate for the target audience, non-technical where possible – what you’ve achieved and why it’s important  Evaluate success – in planning the purpose of a dissemination activity, decide what you want to gain from it. Joint Information Systems Committee
  7. 7. Collaboration and Sustainability  Profile of the programme, representing it – and what it stands for  The community learns from its achievements  Outputs are embedded and taken up  Your ideas how…  Programme and cluster activities http://www.sxc.hu/photo/91839 – More impact than at project level? – More attractive to an audience? – Cost effective Joint Information Systems Committee
  8. 8. Sustainability and Enabling Change For people to use knowledge to inform their work they need to…  Know that the knowledge exists – be able to access it  Engage with it in a way that results – in their increased understanding – of the issues in the context of their own work  Believe that it contains information http://www.sxc.hu/photo/787898 – that will help them to do their work better  Take action that puts the knowledge to work Lloyd-Laney et al, 2003 Joint Information Systems Committee
  9. 9. From Dissemination to Sustainability  To what extent can your project and its outputs – create awareness – encourage engagement with the knowledge – change attitudes and behaviour  Into the future, beyond the lifetime of your project  What mechanisms exist to enable the outputs to outlive the project?  And help achieve the programme outcomes?  What support is required? http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1094839 Joint Information Systems Committee
  10. 10. JISC Business and Community Engagement Programme – Streams and Key Work-packages 1 - Supporting institutions in sustainable systems and ICT strategies for the enhanced management and exploitation of knowledge assets. 2 - Facilitate BCE collaboration and provision of service across and between institutions through enabling systems and technology. 3 - Supporting and guiding institutions in making the process and technological changes (driven by strategic goals) to sustain efficient, effective BCE. 4 - Enabling richer & more efficient, productive knowledge exchange & learning partnerships between institutions & BCE partners 5 - Ensuring internal change & education within JISC with aim of embedding BCE in its operations, in Innovation and Services 6 - Basis of evidence for investment and effectiveness of investment in JISC’s BCE activities and evaluate its effectiveness and impact Joint Information Systems Committee
  11. 11. Interfaces Institutions Individuals Joint Information Systems Committee

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