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infoKits R US⤴

from @ eCurriculum Blog

JISC infoNet has produced a number of really useful infoKits, some of which I'm sure I've already mentioned here and are the ideal first step for managers involved in making strategic ICT decisions.

infonetlogoThis week sees a new infoKit published by JISC infoNet. The Shared Services infoKit aims to clarify the issues concerning shared services and contains examples of the current drivers, benefits, inhibitors and enablers of using or developing shared service infrastructures. Along with the ePortfolios infoKit also published this month there are now a total of 15 online infoKits available on the infoNet web site.

JISC infoNet is the UK's leading advisory service for managers in the post-compulsory education sector promoting the effective strategic planning, implementation and management of information and learning technology. While infoNet's remit is to give strategic advice, the service provides this in a very pragmatic way, offering practical solutions based on the outputs of a wide variety of research projects funded by the JISC. Resources, including infoKits, are freely available to institutions and individuals in the UK further and higher education sectors and well worth a second look.

http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/

infoKits R US⤴

from @ eCurriculum Blog

JISC infoNet has produced a number of really useful infoKits, some of which I'm sure I've already mentioned here and are the ideal first step for managers involved in making strategic ICT decisions.

infonetlogoThis week sees a new infoKit published by JISC infoNet. The Shared Services infoKit aims to clarify the issues concerning shared services and contains examples of the current drivers, benefits, inhibitors and enablers of using or developing shared service infrastructures. Along with the ePortfolios infoKit also published this month there are now a total of 15 online infoKits available on the infoNet web site.

JISC infoNet is the UK's leading advisory service for managers in the post-compulsory education sector promoting the effective strategic planning, implementation and management of information and learning technology. While infoNet's remit is to give strategic advice, the service provides this in a very pragmatic way, offering practical solutions based on the outputs of a wide variety of research projects funded by the JISC. Resources, including infoKits, are freely available to institutions and individuals in the UK further and higher education sectors and well worth a second look.

http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/