Highlights of the work UCISA carried out in 2016 have been published.
Posted: 22 December 2016
The joint conference of the Corporate Information Systems and Project and Change Management Groups takes place over the next three days in Brighton. You can follow the conference using the Twitter hashtag #cisgpcmg16. The main conference sessions will also be streamed.
Posted: 23 November 2016
UCISA has published a series of case studies on institutional approaches to the management of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) services. The collection of case studies is intended to serve as a companion publication to the 2016 Technology Enhanced Learning Survey report, which captures TEL developments across the UK Higher Education (HE) sector.
Posted: 7 November 2016
The CISG Group are running a webinar on 10 November 1100 - 1230. This webinar will hope to highlight current security issues and give an overview of some of the new provisions and how it might impact you.
Posted: 4 November 2016
The second Digital Capabilities survey is now open for completion. The survey seeks to establish how institutions are developing staff and students to perform efficiently and effectively in a digital environment. The importance of digital capabilities has been identified in the Teaching Excellence Framework and in Quality Assurance Agency audits.
Individual surveys for each institution have been sent to an identified lead respondent. If you are unsure as to whom the lead respondent is for your institution, please contact email@example.com. Details of the survey including guidance on how to complete it are available on the UCISA website.
Posted: 12 October 2016
UCISA has collaborated with our equivalent associations for Finance, Estates and HR (BUFDG, AUDE and UHR) to run four series of Action Learning Sets for Deputy Director level (or equivalent) staff. Action Learning Sets are a powerful experience for leaders and brings people together to exchange, support and challenge each other in action and learning. A group of 6-7 participants from across the four associations will form a set who will then together attend 5 workshops over 8 months with an external facilitator. The process will help to develop participants' active listening and questioning skills, expose them to different challenges and develop a fresh perspective on issues.
Further details including dates, price and how to apply are available here.
Posted: 5 October 2016
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