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UCISA has announced the launch of a new Strategic Plan for the period 2018-22 which reshapes its support for UK education institutions and their technical staff in maximising efficient use of digital transformation and services investment.


A copy of the Plan can be downloaded from the Publications Section of the UCISA website

Posted:  9 November 2017

UCISA, along with our Australasian counterparts CAUDIT, has organised a study tour to coincide with the EDUCAUSE Conference being held this year in Philadelphia. The tour is in two sections with visits to four Philadelphia based universities taking place before the EDUCAUSE Conference and trips to two New York universities and three in the Boston area scheduled for after. Nine representatives from UCISA member institutions are taking part along with seventeen from Australasian institutions and one from a Canadian university. The tour begins with visits to the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University on Monday 30th October.

A number of UCISA members are attending the EDUCAUSE Conference this year, including Emma Fletcher from York St John University who is attending as a result of UCISA’s Bursary scheme. You can follow proceedings from the Conference via the Twitter hashtag #edu17.

Posted:  29 October 2017
The CIS Survey 2017 is now open for completion. This is an invaluable resource made freely available to all UCISA FE and HE members looking to share experiences with other institutions and understand trends in the marketplace
Posted:  12 October 2017


The UCISA-IG group have publish a report on Out of hours support which is available to download from Publications section

Posted:  28 September 2017

UCISA has collaborated with our equivalent associations for Finance, Estates, HR and the Library (BUFDG, AUDE, UHR and SCONUL) to run two 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.

The cost, which is significantly subsidised, is £699 per candidate for the full set of 5 sessions. Further details including dates and how to apply are available here.  
Posted:  26 September 2017
 A report on the Infrastructure Group event Cyber Security Survival Guide has now been published.
Posted:  30 August 2017

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