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Innovation Seminar II: “Institutional change: practice, systems and processes”

The second JISC-SSBR Institutional Innovation online seminar to feedback and consult on some of the conclusions from the synthesis of Institutional Innovation projects takes place as follows

Date: Friday 3rd Dec  2010

Time: 12:00-13:00 (please login to elluminate between 11.30 and 12:00)
Venue: Elluminate Session – http://elluminate.jisc-ssbr.net/join_meeting.html?meetingId=1250872206854

Registration: To register for the event please complete the booking form

Who should attend: The seminar is open to anyone who has an interest in the impact of emergent technologies on institutions in further and higher education.

Full detail are available at http://ssbr1210.inin.jisc-ssbr.net/

Overview

You are warmly invited to participate in the second SSBR Innovation Seminar, which will focus on the lessons learned from institutional change in practice, systems and processes.

The Briefing papers for this session can be found here.

Lessons, or questions for discussion can be found here.

Institutions that are developing the innovative use of technology across an entire University, College or regional community will be required to review and change existing business processes; to implement new technical systems;  to review existing policy and strategy; and engage staff and students in the revised practices of learning, teaching and research.

Institutional exemplars have looked at changes to improve systems and processes to support admissions, retention and motivation, personalised student information portals, implement new practice in assessment, develop new learning spaces, implement emergent technologies and support new innovation.

The seminar will look at the approaches and tools used by institutions to bring about change and innovation within their organization;  examine the effectiveness and efficiency of several systems wide approaches and provide examples of where approaches have be used successfully.

Participants will be invited to consider the conclusions from the synthesis activities and respond to questions from their own experience. You will be encouraged to provide examples from your own experience or the work of other projects. We will use your feedback to inform the development of a series of briefings on lessons from the Institutional Innovation Programme.

We hope you will join us on Elluminate; and please spread the word among colleagues!

Contact Paul Bailey (paul@jisc-ssbr.net) for further information, or problems with registration. For technical support in accessing Elluminate please contact Joe Rosa (joe@jisc-ssbr.net)

We look forward to seeing you at the online seminar!

Best wishes
George Roberts
Director
JISC Institutional Innovation Support Project
(http://inin.jisc-ssbr.net/)

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