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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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Call for expression of interest - London Liaison Officer
29 March 2017


Results of the 2016 UCISA CIS Survey published
22 March 2017


New Exec Committee members for 2017
21 March 2017


UCISA bursary scheme 2017 open
9 March 2017


Highlights of UCISA's work in 2016
22 December 2016

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Webinar: Collaboration at Cardiff University using Office 365
4 April 2017, online: 1200 - 1300


IG - Cyber Security Survival Guide
5 May 2017, Austin Court, Birmingham


SSG People skills and professionalism in Service Management
12 May 2017, Kingsway Hall Hotel, London


DCG Spotlight on digital capabilities (3)
24 May 2017  -  25 May 2017, The Spark, Southampton Solent University


5 July 2017  -  7 July 2017, Bristol Marriott Hotel, City Centre

Social media toolkit

UCISA is pleased to announce the publication of the UCISA Social Media Toolkit: a practical guide practical guide to achieving benefits and managing risks. It contains short case studies from across the higher education sector, good practice tips and templates. It has been written for users from professional services; for staff involved in supporting students and for individual staff who are using social media to deliver teaching and learning, or to enhance their own professional practice.

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UCISA on twitter

Follow @ucisa on twitter for all the lastest news and details of up coming events, including hash tags for all the major conferences.

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Corporate Member : VIRTUS Data Centres

The home of the UK’s first shared data centre for research and education. VIRTUS owns, designs, builds and operates the country’s most efficient flexible data centres. Specifically designed to meet the needs of both data-intensive research and enterprise activities – connected directly through Jisc’s network Janet.

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