Category : Special Interest Group

Cloud Management insight

Find out the outputs from the first EUNIS & GÉANT joint workshop on Cloud Management issues.

The meeting was dedicated to the members of the EUNIS Cloud Community Group & GÉANT Cloud Team.

The aim of this online workshop was to bring together our mutual communities of users, experts, and policy makers in higher education and research institutions, by exchanging knowledge, questions and experience, by addressing benefits and challenges from organisational, technical and managerial perspective.

Outputs and presentations from the workshop are available here.

If you want to join the EUNIS Cloud Management Special Interest Group find out more information here. If your institution is not a EUNIS member yet, you can apply for a personal (individual) membership here.

 

Using Survey Data to Drive Student Engagement webinar

EUNIS Business Intelligence Special Interest Group and Explorance, the Corporate member of EUNIS, are planning a webinar on Using Survey Data to Drive Student Engagement and Improve the Learning Experience.

Embracing educational technology has never been more important in the drive for student engagement. Student success in today’s setting requires the availability of effective digital resources as well as engaging instruction from technology-proficient faculty.

One of the most effective digital resources that can be utilized is that of web-based surveys. These can be used to identify student sentiment and reactions in a timely manner, being issued at the ideal time for consultation.

By leveraging survey data on course evaluations, Higher Education institutions can make more data-informed decisions to understand strengths and opportunities, as well as identify areas of concern. This approach helps to empower a culture of continuous improvement.

At the end of the session attendees, attendees will have an improved understanding of:

  • How to practically apply survey data to increase student engagement.
  • Improving the learning experience by identifying the outstanding areas of concern or success via student feedback.
  • The latest developments in surveying and feedback approaches.

More information soon!

 

EUNIS BencHEIT Annual workshop: 23 Nov online

The annual IT benchmarking online workshop will be held on 23 November 2021 at 13.00 – 15.00 (CET). BencHEIT project group will give an update on benchmarking survey and the upcoming BM2021 round.

Agenda:

12.00-12.20 Teemu Seesto & Yvonne Kivi, BencHEIT, Finland
12.20-12.40 Pekka Kähkipuro “Benchmarking across country borders – personal observations”, University of Tampere, Finland
12.40-13.00 Angeliki Agorogianni ”IT Costs and Volumes in the time of COVID-19”, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
13.00-13.20 Martijn De Keere ”impact of COVID on the UGent IT-spending and the Benchmark”, University of Ghent, Belgium
13.20-13.40 Leah Lang “Benchmarking and Peer Wayfinding with EDUCAUSE Analytics Services”, EDUCAUSE, USA
13.40-14.00 Kurt Gammelgaard Nielsen, University College Lillebaelt, Denmark

Please register here and we will send you a calendar invitation.

If you have any comments or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on bm-pg@eunis.org.

Register now for the Future of Assessment and Feedback: 23-24 November online

Join us online on 23-24 November 2021 to find out how digital technology is changing the way we support and recognise student learning to:

  • hear about the principles of good assessment and feedback in the 21st century
  • investigate how digital technology can enhance good pedagogic practice
  • explore how the use of open edtech standards allows us to build an interoperable ecosystem that supports well-being and formative development as well as summative evaluation
  • get insights from the latest research and innovation projects, practical tips and guidance and access to free tools and resources.

Find out more here.
Registration is free and open to all education providers and suppliers. REGISTER HERE.

The Future of Assessment and Feedback in Europe: 23-24 November

EUNIS is partnering with IMS Europe, GÉANT and Jisc to offer a free online event.

Join us to find out how digital technology is changing assessment and feedback practice.

Get insights from the latest research and innovation projects, practical tips and guidance and access to free tools and resources.

Highlights include:

  • Making large classes feel small: how learning analytics is supporting formative assessment and student wellbeing
  • Delivering end-to-end EMA (electronic management of assessment) using LTI

Free registration and booking coming soon. If you need more info in the meantime contact gill.ferrell@eunis.org