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Please may “University College London” be replaced by “UCL”? It’s one of those branding things (sigh) but we have to use the acronym at all times. Legally the institution hasn’t changed its name but for all practical purposes it has. Thanks very much Jan Cropper Group Manager, IT Services UCL Library Services Mark Brown Says: March 4th, 2008 at 2:58 pm Hi Could you alter ‘University of Central England in Birmingham’ to our new name ‘Birmingham City University’? Also - is it possible to show how many of the current members of the Federation are doing so via OpenAthens? ...
(JISC), JISC Collections was made into a company limited by guarantee that mutually trades with its members and is now a JISC funded service. JISC Collections services all UK Higher Education (HE) and Further Education (FE) institutions and Research Councils (RCs) that receive direct funding from the UK HE and FE funding bodies. It provides institutions with a collections catalogue of free and subscription-based online resources such as full text databases, e-books, digital images, e-journals, online film, learning materials and geospatial data. The negotiations for e-journals are managed under the NESLi2 scheme. The online ...
JISC meetings « Names Project Blog
in Birmingham, organised by JISC’s Access Management team. Names has relevance to two of JISC’s funding areas: repositories and identity management. The latter is mostly focused on helping institutions to implement the Shibboleth access management system, but this meeting was set up to look at identity management in its widest sense. Not being an expert on federated access systems, I was concerned that my talk would not be directly relevant to the group. Well, my talks , in fact, as the parallel session speakers had to do their talks twice, both before and after lunch.  However, there were some good questions about ... market research, surveys and trends
comment on cilip2.0 - open session on cilip's use of web 2.0 by ...
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2008 August « UK Web Focus
organised by the JISC-funded Preservation of Web Resources (PoWR) will take place at the University of Manchester on Friday 12 th September 2008. Now you may think that preservation is a pretty dull topic, compared with the exciting developments that are taking place in a Web 2.0 environment. And if that’s what you think, then you’re not alone. As Alison Wildish, head of Web Services at the University of Bath described on the Web Services team blog : We were asked by our colleagues at UKOLN (who organised the event) to deliver a brief talk detailing our approach to preserving web resources at the University. Our ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Peter Suber, Open Access News
Abstract:   When Homo sapiens was still in the early stages of his evolutionary development, he hadn't yet figured out many other uses for water than to drink it. Water is one of the most abundant resources on earth, but if you're just using it to drink, you don't use much of its potential. When people invented rafts and boats a whole new world, literally, opened up to them. They all of a sudden didn't have to see expanses of water as impediments to getting to the other side, and once navigation was thus discovered, waterways and seas became the most important transportation routes upon which ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Further Education Institutional Access Management Support (FEIAMS)
We adopted the triangular model being promoted by the JISC Access Management Team of arranging meetings with the Library Manager, the Network Manager and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
JISC/NEH Transatlantic Digitization Collaboration Grants
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in the United States, and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW), acting through the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) in the United Kingdom, are working together to offer support for digitization projects in the humanities. These grants provide funding for up to eighteen months of development in any of the following areas: new digitization projects and pilot projects, the addition of important materials to existing digitization projects, or the development of infrastructure (either technical ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Shibboleth System is a standards based, open source software package for web single sign-on across or within organizational boundaries. It allows sites to make informed authorization decisions for individual access of protected online resources in a privacy-preserving manner. The Shibboleth team will transition Shibboleth v1.3 from Previous Stable release to the Earlier / Unsupported category on June 30, 2010. Information on upgrading to 2.x is available for IdPs and SPs . We currently do not add new features to v1.3, nor guarantee that changes made to the current release are backwards compatible with v1.3. As of June 30, ...
What do you use to manage project artefacts such as risks, issues ...
JIRA is an excellent tool for managing issues and tasks. It allows to create your own custom workflows to map to your processes, so it can be easily customized to create a custom workflow for risks too. Regards, Pavel. posted April 11, 2008 Right now we are maintaining few documents in Share Point and rest others in VSS. I'm planning to use VSTS (Visual Studio for Team Suite) for our projects in future. posted April 11, 2008 15 Years of Project/Program Mgt. Experience see all my answers Best Answers in: Project Management (4), Planning (1), Enterprise Software (1) Paul- Depending on whether you are looking just for yourself ...
Google Answers: Knowledge\Document Management
We'd like analysis of Knowledge\Document management (e.g. KnowledgeBase, OnBase, Hummingbird, Cabinet NG)products. Quite a number are listed under the category Electronic Document Management Systems/Content Mgt Solutions at . We are looking to image existing paper documents and index electronic data (e.g. MSword, MSexcel files). Batch indexing of scanned documents would be an important feature. We have a preference for leaving our data where it is and indexing it there, rather than having it incorporated into a database. We have about 120 employees and would like to give them ...