JISC CETIS conference – fantasy curriculum management systems

Last week saw around 140 delegates gather in Nottingham for the annual JISC CETIS conference. A number of the Design projects contributed to the session “Integrating and Subverting Corporate Systems for Educational Purposes” which I facilitated. Session presenters, Mark Stubbs (SRC), Jim Everett (PiP), Sam Rowley (Enable) and Hugh Davies, University of Southampton (we had to let some other programmes in on the act too ;-)) set the scene by sharing their experiences of mapping and integrating their institutional systems and processes. We then had some time for group working where groups had a chance to set out their requirements for their “fantasy curriculum management system”.

A full report of the session is available from my blog, along with links to the audio/powerpoint files for each of the presentations and video clips of the group feedback.

A summary report on the wider conference is available from the CETIS website.

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