Category : Task force

EUNIS 2017 pre-Congress workshop on Transforming the student experience, 6th June

EUNIS 2017 pre-Congress workshop: Transforming the student experience: journeys and destinations, 

6th of June 2017, Münster, Germany

EUNIS members and Congress delegates are invited to participate in a free pre-Congress workshop. We will explore the use of technology to transform the student experience both in terms of the student’s overall learning journey and the campus as a destination.
The Journey
Participants will be trained in Student Experience Journey Mapping (SXJM). Customer Experience Journey Mapping (CXJM) is used in many sectors (watch this short video from Oracle to find out more). We will be applying a version of the technique specially adapted for the HE sector. SXJM is easy to learn and can be adapted to any area of University life. You will gain insight into how your students perceive their interactions with you that shows you where your interventions can really make a difference to outcomes. It can be used with non-technical colleagues and will help you decide which projects are worth pursuing. Expect the workshop to be fast and fun and leave you ready to undertake SXJM in your own university.
The Destination
We will also take a look at the university campus as a destination and what we need to do to meet the needs of 21st century learning and teaching. This will be an opportunity to hear about experiences worldwide as well as what is happening in Europe.
We have an award-winning design expert from Australia who will take you through a hands-on session in solving real world problems to improve the student experience in a typical campus space.
How to Register
Participation in the workshop is free!  All EUNIS members and Congress delegates are welcome. EUNIS members can opt to attend the workshop only although of course we hope you will stay for the whole of EUNIS 2017.

Provisional agenda:

  • 10.30-12.30  Student Experience Journey Mapping (SXJM)
  • 13.30-16.30 The Smarter Campus (international perspectives)
Places are strictly limited. EUNIS members are being given the first opportunity to register so book quickly to guarantee your place.
REGISTER here
For any queries please contact Dr Gill Ferrell gill@aspire-edu.org

 

Registration for the EUNIS benchmarking survey BM2016 open

BencHEIT survey BM2016

 The BencHEIT 2016 survey measures and compares the volumes and cost levels of IT at various organisational levels in European Higher Education Institutions (HEI).

BencHEIT is the first serious European level effort to create a survey which would be meaningful and useful in the European Higher Education context. BencHEIT works on the basis of voluntary work and total openness – every participating university or higher education institute can see all the data of all other participants, but commercial use of the data is prohibited.

Join the survey now

The next round of BenchHEIT BM2016 has already started. Please, find video instructions on how to sign up and an introduction to the survey itself here. The survey form is in Excel and you are requested to finish the data collection until 20th of April 2017.  For a first-timer it takes about 10 working days, but the process gets easier every year.

Please, register by clicking on the blue button below, and fill in the information required in the e-mail. This way we can ensure we have the right contact information. Anyone is welcome to join, and participation is totally free of charge.

Register here for the survey

Coming up

The analysis will be ready in May 2017 and the results will be presented at the EUNIS 2017 Annual Congress in Munster 7- 9th of June 2017. There will be also a whole day workshop held in Lisbon, Portugal in December 2017.

Find the latest news on http://www.eunis.org/task-forces/benchmarking/

Feel free to contact the project group if you have any questions: bm-pg@eunis.org

Opening session: EUNIS Students Mobility Task Force

Opening session: EUNIS Students Mobility Task Force

We would like to schedule an online meeting for the second week of March 2017 to continue the tasks initiated by the Students Mobility Task Force.

In this meeting we will:

  • Review the conclusions of the last meetings
  • Present the study about the set of projects for the students’ mobility
  • Work on the guidelines of the Task Force
  • Talk about the set up of the EUNIS pre-congress workshop 2017 at the University of Münster, Germany

We will send you further information soon. In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding this meeting, please do not hesitate to contact Carmen Diaz, the Task Force Leader at  carmen.diaz@sigmaaie.org

An early Christmas present for EUNIS members

EUNIS is pleased to announce that we have negotiated a special deal for free access to EUNIS members at Integrated Systems Europe – ISE 2017, which takes place in Amsterdam on 7-10 February 2017. ISE is the world’s largest AV and systems integration trade show and will be of interest to anyone involved with audio-visual support, learning content, digital signage, smart buildings and unified communications.

As part of this event there will be a half day conference on Creating a Smarter Campus which will be chaired by Dr Gill Ferrell leader of the EUNIS Learning and Teaching Task Force Creating a Smarter Campus:

7 Feb. 2017
Conference: 14:00-17:00
Networking Reception: 17:00-18:00
More information

If you belong to a  EUNIS member organisation and would like a VIP pass to the event including free attendance at the Creating a Smarter Campus conference or you would like a free exhibition-only pass please contact gill@aspire-edu.org

Annual BencHEIT Task Force workshop: 8 Dec 2016, Trondheim

Invitation for the BencHEIT Task Force workshop: 8 Dec 2016, Trondheim, Norway

EUNIS BencHEIT Task Force invites to the Annual Workshop on Higher Education IT Benchmarking, organised by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).

It will be held on Thursday the 8th of December 2016 in Trondheim, Norway.

The day is a great opportunity for networking, discussion and sharing experiences between institutions that have been part of IT benchmarking projects. You will hear from institutions participating for the first time, as well as from more experienced benchmarkers. This year we will focus on finding common indicators between the different initiatives, and how to find good peer organizations. We will also discuss e.g. about how the different projects are working to encourage colleagues to participate.

REGISTER by 25 November 2016

Read the agenda and more information here.

We are looking forward to see you in Trondheim!