JISC Innovation Forum 2010 (JIF2010)
27 July 2010 - 28 July 2010
Royal Holloway (University of London), Egham, Surrey
The key to successful and sustainable innovation is sharing ideas, developments and discussion
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The purpose of the JISC Innovation Forum 2010 (JIF2010) is to bring together over 200 JISC funded projects for a networking, sharing and learning event. JIF2010 will provide a forum for projects and programmes to meet, engage, share ideas and form useful relationships.
Themes and Sessions
The event is based around 5 main themes within which there are a number of sesssions - details on the sessions can be found by clicking on the links below:
- a. The role of the Change Manager within Institutions
- b. IPR and Licensing: Current Approaches and Future Impact
- c. Project management methodologies - Agile and Prince2
Developing Sustainability and Impact
- a. Understanding Sustainability and Doing It Better
- b. Who is responsible for Sustainability and Impact?
- c. Community and Sustainability
Engaging with your communities
- a. Writing to get your project noticed
- b. Promoting your project to different audiences
- c. Engaging with communities through social media and networking
Open Mic - discussing current issues facing Institutions
Project Showcase of JISC funded projects
- Demo #1 - One Share - University of Southamton
- Demo #2 - Xpert Repository - University of Nottingham
- Demo #3 - Mobile Campus Assistant - University of Bristol
- Demo #4 - Finding 'Free to use' Digital Media - JISC Digital Media
- Demo #5 - Online contect can be highly accessible, is yours? - JISC Techdis
- Demo #6 - Taking control of your working world - University of Hull
- Demo #7 - Shared Architecture for eMployer, Student and Organisational Networking (SAMSON) - University of Nottingham
- Demo #8 - Sitting on a goldmine – Resource Use Data in UK HE
- Demo #9 - Giving credit where credits due - MIMAS
- Demo #10 - Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM), Newcastle University
- Demo #11 - The Design Studio: a Curriculum Design and Delivery toolkit - University of Northumbria
We are fortunate to be joined by Professor John Potter who will be delivering our closing keynote
All Delegate Sessions
- Opening Plenary - 28th July
- The Impact of Open - 28th July
- Opening Plenary - 29th July
- The Big Idea - Dragons Den - 29th July
To register for the event contact email@example.com
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