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Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association

UCISA represents the whole of higher education, and increasingly further education, in the provision and development of academic, management and administrative information systems, providing a network of contacts and a powerful lobbying voice.
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Results of the 2014 Technology Enhanced Learning Survey published
2 September 2014

 

Revision of the UCISA Exploiting and Protecting the Network Best Practice Guide – call for expressions of interest
22 August 2014

 

HEITS survey data collection 2013/2014
19 August 2014

 

SS14 resources available
4 August 2014

 

DSDG-USG to launch 2014 Survey of Digital capabilities: embedding and support
23 July 2014

 
RSS FeedEvents

Selling IT to universities (12)
25 September 2014, The Oxford Belfry

 

Converged network and telephony services (2)
29 October 2014, Austin Court, Birmingham

 

Memorable metrics - FULLY BOOKED
30 October 2014, The British Library, London

 

CISG14
12 November 2014  -  14 November 2014, The Midland, Manchester

 

How safe is your data…? Rebooted!
2 December 2014, Austin Court, Birmingham

Guidance on social networking
There has been some debate on whether institutional codes of conduct cover use of third party social networking tools such as MySpace and Facebook. A recent survey identified some guidance for use of such tools.

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Strategic challenges

Strategic challenges for IT Services is the successor to UCISA’s biannual Top Concerns Survey, and is the output of a facilitated workshop attended by senior IT staff from across the UCISA membership. The workshop participants identified nine strategic challenges facing IT services. UCISA members are encouraged to consider the nine challenges against their departmental and institutional strategic plans.



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Corporate Member : Ellucian

Ellucian is a global leader in services, technologies and expertise to help educational institutions navigate and succeed in a dynamic environment. Client collaboration and community-driven innovation shape the company’s broad portfolio. More than 2,300 colleges, universities and foundations in 40 countries use Ellucian solutions to strengthen the education experience for new generations of learners; improve efficiency and accountability; and forge lifelong relationships with the people and communities they serve.

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