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Measuring and monitoring the benefits
of a shared LMS
Project overview
Graham Hay & Michael Lee
15 June 2016
Outline of the presentation
• overarching aims
• methods, approach & timetable
• required engagement
• CE’s example work
Overarching objectives
• key questions:
– what benefits have been achieved and can be anticipated
going forwards as a resu...
Proposed approach
• methods
– desk-based research
– data gathering
• data use
– workshop
• assessing the possibility of me...
Overview of approach
Engagement
• two workshops
– July
– early September
• interviews
– following second workshop
• September to November
• est...
CE’s example work
• aims, objectives and deliverables
• capturing the costs and benefits of Research
Data Management (Jisc...
Example outputs (1)
Understanding RDM
Example outputs (2)
Benefits identified of a shared RDM system
Example outputs (3)
Measuring and monitoring the benefits
of a shared LMS
Project overview
Graham Hay & Michael Lee
15 June 2016
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Measuring and monitoring the benefits of a shared LMS

  1. 1. Measuring and monitoring the benefits of a shared LMS Project overview Graham Hay & Michael Lee 15 June 2016
  2. 2. Outline of the presentation • overarching aims • methods, approach & timetable • required engagement • CE’s example work
  3. 3. Overarching objectives • key questions: – what benefits have been achieved and can be anticipated going forwards as a result of the shared Library Management System? • evidence • framework • key outputs – conceptual framework – some quantitative evidence on benefits to date – recommended approaches for measuring benefits in future
  4. 4. Proposed approach • methods – desk-based research – data gathering • data use – workshop • assessing the possibility of measuring benefits in quantitative terms • testing the feasibility of implementing different techniques to measure different future benefits among institutions/as a consortium
  5. 5. Overview of approach
  6. 6. Engagement • two workshops – July – early September • interviews – following second workshop • September to November • establishing bilateral exchanges with key personnel within institutions
  7. 7. CE’s example work • aims, objectives and deliverables • capturing the costs and benefits of Research Data Management (Jisc) in HEIs • Research Data Shared Service • benefit • outputs • limitations
  8. 8. Example outputs (1) Understanding RDM
  9. 9. Example outputs (2) Benefits identified of a shared RDM system
  10. 10. Example outputs (3)
  11. 11. Measuring and monitoring the benefits of a shared LMS Project overview Graham Hay & Michael Lee 15 June 2016

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