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Posted: 15 November 2019
ucisa Corporate Information Systems Survey 2019
Each year ucisa provides a survey of Corporate Information systems used across the sector. This is an invaluable resource made freely available to all ucisa member HEIs looking to share experiences with other institutions and understand trends in the marketplace.
It only takes just a few minutes to complete this survey. Last year 65% of institutions completed the survey, which is a great response, but we are keen to improve on this. The more responses we get the more valuable the resulting data will be to all of our members, here’s what one member said:
“We love the annual reports as they provide relevant information that really helps to paint a clear picture of where the industry is today and its challenges.”
The ucisa CIS survey has now opened for 2019. Please email email@example.com for a copy of the survey for completion.
Posted: 14 November 2019
James Allen provides an update on developments at London Metropolitan University following his presentation of findings to colleagues from the Media and Learning in Higher Education Conference earlier in the year, which he attended thanks to a ucisa bursary.
Posted: 29 October 2019
Posted: 23 October 2019
ucisa held a one-day seminar to brief senior IT staff on their role in responding to the legislation on the accessibility of the websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies
The event included presentations from key stakeholders such as Government Digital Services, Jisc and accessibility experts, as well as from IT managers in the sector who have led on institutional responses. There was also a panel discussion with an opportunity to quiz the experts, discuss the challenges and share ideas and approaches.
Posted: 18 October 2019
This year, ucisa Women In Tech group (WiT) are conducting a survey around gender and recruitment practices across the ucisa community. The aim of the survey is initially to produce a “snapshot” and in subsequent years to develop an indication of trends. The resulting report will be made freely available to all ucisa FE and HE members looking to share experiences with other institutions and get a unique insight into this interesting area of discussion across the sector.
Posted: 10 October 2019
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