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JUSP Community Survey 2016

One of Evidence Base’s bread and butter jobs is to conduct the annual user survey for JUSP, which is the Jisc specialist resource for university or further education college librarians. 674 more words

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Does my data look good in this?

…was the title of a conference/workshop on research data management in the creative arts I attended yesterday. We started off with this:

It was one of several “Curious Items” placed on the tables around the room. 824 more words

Repository & Open Access

JISC effective learning analytics

Following my visit to Korea, it was great to see Il-Hyun Jo at the 8th UK Learning Analytics event, which was organised at The Open University by JISC. 56 more words


JISC Student Digital Experience Tracker

We would like to understand how students view their ‘digital experience’ at the University, so we are asking students to take part in a short survey. 48 more words

Digital Derby

Referring Elsevier/RELX to the Competition and Markets Authority | Martin Paul Eve

TL,DR: We’re finally attempting to initiative legal action against Elsevier for their market practices. It’s on.

Today, along with Stuart Lawson and Jon Tennant, I have submitted the below as a complaint to the Competition and Markets Authority, making good on the advice of Ann McKechin, MP at the BIS Inquiry into Open Access in 2013. 27 more words

Open Access

#LTHEchat 67:Using data and artificial intelligence to improve learning and teaching.

As you may be aware Jisc are running a sector wide consultation, #Codesign16, on six topics that we’d like to spark a sector discussion over the next few weeks to identify the most promising areas to explore. 159 more words


The Intelligent Campus

Today I had a short Twitter Conversation with James Clay which followed this tweet from JISC’s #codesign16 meeting:

What constraints, if any, should institutions have placed on them when it comes to using tracking data?

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