IWMW 2003: The Web Of Higher And Further Education: How To Deal With The Spiders

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  • HE White Paper summaryUniversities a success storyOverall aimStructural reform of sectorFunding reformKey issuesWidening accessResearchEnterprise & knowledge transferStudent fees, loans & grantsIncreased funding 2003-2006

  • The HE white paper

    50% participation by 2010 (ages 18-30)- currently 43%

  • The HE white paper

    50% participation by 2010 (ages 18-30)- currently 43%Expansion in FE colleges, foundation degrees

  • The HE white paper

    50% participation by 2010 (ages 18-30)- currently 43%Expansion in FE colleges, foundation degreesFair Access

  • The HE white paper

    50% participation by 2010 (ages 18-30)- currently 43%Expansion in FE colleges, foundation degreesAccess regulatorCollaboration and Partnership

  • The He white paper

    50% participation by 2010 (ages 18-30)- currently 43%Expansion in FE colleges, foundation degreesAccess regulatorCollaboration and Partnership

    Raise profile of teaching

  • The HE white paper 50% participation by 2010 (ages 18-30)- currently 43%Rewarding the best research and teachingWidening access, improving retentionCollaboration & partnership Funding 9bn gap 3000 fees, 1000 grants Graduate repaymentsCentres of teaching excellence More research funds & selectivityKnowledge exchanges

  • The Multiversity developing the concept of educational collaborationA cooperating alliance of Schools, FE & HE institutionsCharacteristicsCovering a specific geographical areaHaving generally complementarity of provisionPrinciplesParity of esteemInstitutions do what they are good atCompetition is recognised and acknowledgedFocus is on specific tasks of common interest

  • Universities at MedwayThe PartnershipUniversity of Greenwich (UoG)University of Kent (UKM)Mid-Kent College (MKC)

    Strong support fromMedway Unitary AuthoritySEEDAHEFCE

    Based onSome shared facilitiesRefurbishment & New build Growing MKC, UKM & UoG programmesNew programmes

  • The Kent Thames Gateway Multiversity

    A Multiversity alliance of two Universities,two HEIs and three Further Education Colleges based onComplementarity and breadth of provisionCommitment to the local community, business & economyPartnerships for progression with schools, FE & HEA seamless offer to potential students and employersAspiration raising from primary ages onwardsChildrens UniversitySecondary mentoringSummer & weekend schools

  • University of the TransmanchePartnersUniversit de Lille IUniversit de Lille IIUniversit de Lille IIIUniversit de Littoral Cte dOpalUniversity of Kent at Canterbury Based onIntegrated programmesJoint degreesCollaborative researchA new concept in transfrontier education and collaboration

  • The Management Challenges is the web at the centre?Deliver more for less

  • University ExpenditureSource: HESANon Core activity42% CostsCore University activity

  • Improvement Opportunities - Central ServicesSource: HESAAcademic departments41%Academic services - 7%Administration & central services 11%Premises - 9%Residences & catering ops - 8%Research grants & contracts - 17%Other expenditure - 7%HR managementRecruitmentStaff recordsTrainingFinancial managementAlumni/fundraisingDesktop & telephony services

  • Improvement Opportunities Academic ServicesSource: HESAAcademic departments41%Academic services - 7%Administration & central services 11%Premises - 9%Residences & catering ops - 8%Research grants & contracts - 17%Other expenditure - 7%Library servicesInformation resourcesWebsites Learning resource centresInternet / Intranet servicesAcademic computer systemsEnrolment, records, examsDesktop and Telephony services

  • The Challenges More for LessReduce operational costs

    Implement more cost effective processesImprove systems to support new processesReduce back-office costsGet full value from investmentImprove servicesMore integrationFaster delivery

    A role for the web?

  • The University PortalOne system for Internet, Intranet and Extranet

    No data duplication

    Customised user views of same information

    Access control

    Access from anywhere including home working

  • The web for HEThe common interfaceSystem integration for disparate admin systemsOn-line student supportLocal & distantDirect customer interactionsPotential studentsApplicantsAlumniSuppliersThe wider public

  • Living with the spidersEndangered speciesIT anoraks?Dangerous speciesSenior managers?How they feed and preyLiving with and managing the spiders

    A web based future?

    www.ukc.ac.uk

    The web of Higher Education & how to avoid the SpidersIWMW Conference

    11 June 2003

    David Melville

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