Programmes

We are now piloting a co-design approach to innovation that involves our partners more closely.
  • Academy/JISC Open Educational Resources Programme Phase 3

    The third phase of the Academy/JISC UKOER programme

  • Access and Identity Management Programme

    The Access and Identity Management (AIM) programme will consider the state of the art in access and identity management, in terms of policy, process and technology.

  • Access Management Transition programme

    This programme is responsible for the roll-out of federated access management within the UK.

  • Activity Data

    Projects to explore the exploitation of user activity data in the sector and to identify opportunities for institutions to improve / share services.

  • Assessment & feedback programme

    The programme is focused on supporting large-scale changes in assessment and feedback practice, supported by technology, with the aim of enhancing the learning and teaching process and delivering...

  • Authentication, Authorisation and Accounting programme

    The AAA programme is intended to address both the general needs for access management to electronic library materials and learning objects, and also the more specialised needs of the e-science...

  • Building capacity programme

    This programme will enhance the application of JISC outputs and outcomes in the Higher Education Sector. The programme will work with senior change agents in HEIs (Pro Vice-Chancellors or equivalent)...

  • Building MLEs in Higher Education

    Many HEIs and FE colleges wish to bring together their online learning systems and their information systems to create learner-centred Managed Learning Environments (MLEs). This 'joining up' of...

  • Business & Community Engagement programme

    This programme aims to enhance institutions’ efficiency, effectiveness and opportunities in BCE activities as well as improve access to institutions’ knowledge and expertise for business and...

  • Business Intelligence

    A priority investment area in the JISC Strategy 2010-12 is helping institutions to be efficient and effective particularly through the development of their corporate and business systems. JISC’s...

  • Capital programme

    The capital programme will enhance the network (SuperJANET 5); digitise key resources; and support the development of e-learning, e-infrastructure, user environments, and repositories and...

  • Changing the learning landscape

    Changing the learning landscape is about enabling higher education providers in England, to bring about change in their strategic approaches to technology in learning and teaching.

  • Citing, linking, integrating and publishing research data (CLIP)

    As well as seeking to demonstrate ways in which research data management in UK Universities can be improved, the JISC Managing Research Data programme seeks to demonstrate the benefits of making...

  • Community Engagement
  • Content Programme 2011-2013

    With an investment totalling about £5.4m the Content programme 2011-13 supports the innovative creation, embedding and clustering of digital content through projects as wide ranging as the Zandra...

  • Core Middleware and Shared Services Studies

    The Middleware and Shared Services Studies have been specifically commissioned to address key issues and gaps identified by previous JISC development work within the AAA and Shared Services...

  • Core Middleware Infrastructure programme

    The Infrastructure strand of Core Middleware programme will involve the creation of central services to support core middleware, the development of national middleware policies, and programmes of...

  • Core Middleware: Technology Development programme

    Between April 2004 – March 2007, the JISC intends to fund significant core middleware development via an open call for proposals. Full details of the call can be found under the funding opportunities...

  • Corporate Information Systems Focus programme

    The Corporate Information Systems Focus was launched late in 1999 and followed a similar operational pattern to the Information Strategies Initiative in that the aim was to provide advice and...

  • Course Data: making the most of course information

    There is an increasing demand for course data in the UK education system. This is driven in part by the Government transparency agenda http://data.gov.uk/ which promotes the release of public data,...

  • Course management: Specification, validation & description strand

    JISC has funded a number of projects to explore, describe and pilot new approaches to aspects of the course management lifecycle, from specification through validation to description and course...

  • Cross-Institutional Use of e-Learning to Support Lifelong Learners (phase 1)

    JISC has funded a number of regional and collaborative projects to implement and evaluate the cross-institutional use of e-learning to support lifelong learning, including the provision of...

  • Cross-Institutional Use of e-Learning to Support Lifelong Learners (phase 2)

    JISC has funded a further set of regional and collaborative projects to implement and evaluate the cross-institutional use of e-learning to support lifelong learning, including the provision of...

  • Demonstrators

    The JISC ITT: #coursedata: Making the most of course information – xcri-cap feed use demonstrators is funding 8 projects to create innovative, engaging examples that demonstrate the use of the...

  • Deposit Strand

    The purpose of this strand is to make it easier to deposit into repositories. The projects will identify and implement good practice and technical solutions that can be shared with other instiutions.

  • Developing community content

    The suite of projects funded under the JISC's Community Content call are aimed firstly at creating and enhance digital content collections by developing the engagement between content owners in the...

  • Developing digital literacies

    Many learners enter further and higher education lacking the skills needed to apply digital technologies to education. As 90% of new jobs will require excellent digital skills, improving digital...

  • Digging into data challenge

    The Digging into Data Challenge is an international grant competition to explore the possibilities of using large-scale digitised collections in social science and humanities research.

  • Digital infrastructure: Directions

    Digital Infrastructure Directions is a cross-cutting activity for the Infrastructure team that will act-across and work-with all our other current Programmes of work. This means that all Programmes...

  • Digital infrastructure: Information and library infrastructure programme

    Libraries have always been at the centre of JISC’s mission. Over the years, our work has helped create what might be termed a distributed digital library for UK higher education, consisting of a...

  • Digital infrastructure: Research management programme

    The Research management programme aims to improve how the scholarly record is created and used.

  • Digital infrastructure: Research programme

    Over the last twenty years, the power and capability of IT has increased exponentially providing both new research processes and increasing researchers’ productivity and ability to communicate their...

  • Digital Libraries in the Classroom programme

    This international programme will bring about significant improvements in the learning and teaching process, through bringing emerging technologies and readily available digital content into...

  • Digital Library Infrastructure programme

    This programme covers projects working towards an infrastructure to support a possible future national union catalogue for monographs and serials in the UK.

  • Digital preservation & records management programme

    Supporting institutions in long-term digital asset management and preservation forms a central theme of JISC's Digital Preservation and Records Management programme.

  • Digital Preservation and Asset Management

    This programme aims to raise awareness of digital preservation issues and will set in motion a process of integrating digital preservation and asset management into institutional strategies and...

  • Digital Repositories programme 2005-7

    This programme brings together people and practices from across various domains to ensure the maximum degree of coordination in the development of digital repositories, in terms of their technical...

  • Digital Repositories programme 2007-8

    The Digital Repositories programme 2007-8 builds on and takes forward key outcomes from previous and parallel work, mainly the Digital Repositories programme 2005-7, and the Repositories and...

  • Digitisation and Content

    JISC is changing the world of authoritative e-resources through its investment in digitising content from some of the UK’s greatest collections.

  • Directions: Access and identity management

    The main purpose of the Access & Identity Management Programme is to build upon the Access Management Federation and develop the technologies and strategies for future developments particularly in...

  • Directions: Strategic directions

    Jisc's Digital Infrastructure Strategic Directions strand of projects has a two-fold responsibility: in the first case it is the clear reporting of evidence from our full portfolio of activity to our...

  • Distributed e-Learning programme

    The Distributed e-Learning Programme was a HEFCE funded programme of activity from 2004-6 which developed technologies and explored cultural and organisational issues around the use of technology to...

  • Distributed VLE programme

    The Distributed VLE programme is investigating how institutions can widen the functionality of their VLEs in an interoperable way, to meet identified user needs.

  • e-Assessment Demonstrators strand

    JISC has funded 3 technical development projects to produce and test 3 open source software tools / systems implementing the QTI2.1 specification. The systems will include an item authoring tool,...

  • e-Content programme 2009-11

    With an investment of £2.1 million JISC has funded this new programme of work which will not only create more digital content, but also to help sustain and deliver existing content in a more...

  • e-Content programme 2011

    Projects to enrich and develop digital content for research teaching in- and outside universities.

  • e-Framework programme

    The primary goal of the e-Framework is to facilitate technical interoperability within and across education and research through improved strategic planning and implementation processes.

  • e-Infrastructure Programme

    Following the initial five year investment in the UK e-Science infrastructure, the vision for the e-Infrastructure programme is to enhance and consolidate the current technologies and establish...

  • e-Learning Capital programme

    The e-Learning Capital programme is an £11.36 million investment to support the sector in harnessing the potential of e-learning to support lifelong learners.

  • e-Learning Frameworks and Tools programme

    The e-Learning Framework is a service-oriented factoring of the core services required to support e-Learning applications, portals and other user agents.

  • e-Learning Innovation programme

    The innovative technologies strand explores the impact of innovative tools and applications. Dealing with pedagogical and technological issues, this strand will identify areas where innovative...

  • e-Learning Pedagogy programme

    e-Learning and Pedagogy activities are being broadly grouped under two themes: Designing for Learning (with a practitioner planning focus on e-Learning) and Understanding my Learning (with a learner...

  • e-Learning programme

    The JISC e-learning programme enables the development and effective use of digital technologies to support learning and teaching in universities and colleges, so that staff benefit from e-learning...

  • Electronic Libraries programme (eLib)

    The programme's aim was to transform the use and storage of knowledge in HE institutions. It resulted from the recommendations of the Joint Funding Councils' Libraries Review Group, which reviewed...

  • Enhancing DMPonline Projects

    Data management planning is increasingly viewed as an essential and enabling activity in support of the research process. Most UK research funders require a data management plan to be submitted with...

  • Enriching Digital Resources 2008-09

    Enriching Digital Resources is a strand of the Digitisation Programme. Totalling an investment of just under £2 million, it is aimed at developing the range and quality of digital resources available...

  • Enterprise Architectures Group Pilot

    Exploring Enterprise Architectures for Higher Education

  • e-Portfolio Interoperability projects

    JISC have funded seven mini-projects focusing on e-portfolio interoperability. The project proposals are available below. These projects are running from November 2008 to March 2009, to implement and...

  • e-Portfolio interoperability projects (PIOP3)

    JISC have funded 7 mini-projects focusing on e-portfolio interoperability. These projects implemented and tested the LEAP2A emerging e-portfolio interoperability specification.

  • e-Science in Education strand

    The JISC Support for Research committee has funded three proof of concept demonstrations for schools which emphasise the importance of engaging children in science.

  • Exchange for Learning (X4L) programme

    The focus of X4L is on projects that will foster change in online learning and teaching by exploring the potential of re-purposing and sharing content for use in learning. Part of this activity is to...

  • Exploration and research
  • Exposing digital content for reuse (jiscEXPO)

    The projects in this programme represent the first organised cross-sector effort in UK Higher Education Universities to apply linkeddata to a variety of University specific issues.

  • FE and skills development and resources programme

    New learning resources, methods and expanding opportunities in post-16 learning across the UK. The projects represent all countries of the UK and all aspects of the FE and Skills sector.

  • Film and Sound Think Tank

    The overall mission of the group is to advise the JISC on all issues relating to the creation, discovery, use, delivery and preservation of film and sound resources and to input to relevant strategic...

  • Flexible service delivery programme

    This £2M programme aims to advance the agenda in architectural agility across institutions is higher education and in closer alignment between institutional needs and its underlying technologies.

  • Focus on Access to Institutional Resources (FAIR) programme

    FAIR will contribute to developing the mechanisms and supporting services to allow the submission and sharing of content generated by the HE/FE community. The JISC content portfolio has the potential...

  • Geospatial

    Projects to increase the use of geospatial tools, infrastructure (data and services) and information for learners, teachers and researchers; to enhance tools and services and related practice as well...

  • Greening ICT programme

    The Greening ICT Programme will allow JISC to deliver on its key strategic priority of enabling the greening of ICT in the Higher and Further Education sectors through organisational change and...

  • Grid OGC Collision programme

    The programme looks at secure access to services and workflow with relation to the Open Geospatial Consortium.

  • HE in FE projects

    The HE in FE projects are funded as part of the e-Learning Capital Programme. The strand incorporates a number of projects implementing, piloting and evaluating a range of technologies with learners,...

  • Identifiers

    Projects to improve the extent to which identifiers for public .ac.uk websites are planned and managed within institutions.

  • Impact and embedding of digitised resources

    The Impact and embedding of digitised resources programme aims to evaluate the usage and impact of digitised resources and improve the embedding of such resources within teaching, learning and...

  • Information and library infrastructure: Emerging opportunities

    Academic libraries operate in a challenging environment. They face financial pressure as well as increasing competition from organizations such as Google, Amazon and Apple iTunes for services they...

  • Information and library infrastructure: Resource discovery
  • Information and library infrastruture: Digital preservation and curation

    The enduring problem that the Digital Preservation and Curation strand seeks to address is how to effectively maintain the integrity and usability of digital assets over time. If there are no...

  • Information Environment Programme 2009-11

    The aim of this programme is to improve the capacity of the sector to manage, discover and use information resources. There is now a critical mass of digital information resources that can be used to...

  • Information Strategies Initiative programme

    In 1996 the Information Strategies Steering Group funded an initiative to assist HEIs to develop overarching information strategies. The emphasis was very strongly on the process of development as a...

  • Infrastructure for Resource Discovery

    Projects implementing the resource discovery taskforce vision by funding institutions to partner with libraries, archives and museums to make open metadata about their collections available in a...

  • Infrastructure programme

    Essential to coherent resource discovery is the development of technology and infrastructure that supports interoperability between the vast available digital content. This programme of activity...

  • Infrastructure strand of Information Environment 09-11

    These projects are enabling researchers to take advantage of new developments in infrastructure.

  • Innovative Research Data Publication

    Arguments in favour of research data sharing stress the need for verification and reproducibility. It is fundamental to the scientific method and to good research practice for other researchers to...

  • Institutional approaches to curriculum design

    Curriculum design is generally understood as a high-level process defining the learning to take place within a specific programme of study, leading to specific unit(s) of credit or qualification. The...

  • Institutional Exemplars Programme

    The institutional exemplars programme is a £1.4 million programme to generate exemplar projects demonstrating change at the institutional level.

  • Institutional Innovation Programme

    The Institutional Innovation programme represents a £13.08m investment aimed at supporting existing institutional strategies by providing solutions to institution-wide problems, based upon proven...

  • Institutional Responses to Emergent Technologies

    The purpose of this programme is to understand the issues surrounding the support for emergent technologies of Web 2.0 software and mobile devices from an institutional and organisational perspective...

  • Institutional strategy case studies
  • International Digital Libraries programme

    This programme is part of the NSF international programme to foster collaboration between US researchers and research teams from other countries, under its International Digital Libraries Research...

  • International Projects
  • Interoperability Demonstrators

    Projects designed to test, explore and demonstrate practical solutions to real interoperability challenges with repositories and related services.

  • Islamic studies programme

    This programme is helping researchers navigate the wealth of Islamic Studies manuscript holdings in UK collections.

  • JISC e-Learning Embedding Benefits Programme

    The JISC is supporting previous projects funded through the e-learning programme to undertake activities to embed the outputs and outcomes from their successful project(s) into institutions in higher...

  • JISC Frameworks programme

    The aim of the Frameworks programme is to develop and evaluate a framework to facilitate interoperability across learning, teaching, research and their supporting systems.

  • JISC Organisational Support Programme

    To harness the potential offered by ICT requires the consideration and understanding of a range of issues. These focus on the implications associated with using ICT rather than the technology...

  • JISC Technologies Application (JTAP) programme

    The JISC Technology Applications Programme (JTAP) was a highly focused programme aimed at assisting the HE community to get the best from its investment in IT. To achieve this, it reported on best...

  • Learning and Teaching (5/99) programme

    This programme arose from a need to integrate learning environments with the wider information landscape aimed at increasing the use of online electronic resources.

  • Learning and teaching innovation grants

    JISC is supporting, via this programme, one year projects and activities that fit with the vision, outcomes and principles of the JISC e-Learning programme and support innovative approaches to...

  • Learning and Teaching Innovation Grants: SWaNI FE

    The Learning and SWaNI FE Teaching Innovation Grants programme supports one year projects from further education colleges from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland of up to £50,000 each dealing with...

  • Library management systems

    This strand is helping academic library's explore the future of their management systems, and providing users with convenient and easy access to the huge range of digital information resources which...

  • Lifelong learning and workforce development

    Projects developing and implementing the use of appropriate technologies and processes to enable HE-level learning services that meet the needs of learners in the workplace, and of their employers....

  • Linking Digital Libraries with VLEs programme

    This programme will explore the full range of issues associated in creating joined-up systems.

  • Managing Research Data - Support and Planning Tools Projects

    At a general level, support for projects within the Managing Research Data Programme is being provided by the DCC (www.dcc.ac.uk). More specific support is being provided by two additional funded...

  • Managing Research Data (JISCMRD)

    The scientific process is enhanced by managing and sharing research data. Good research data management practice allows reliable verification of results and permits new and innovative research built...

  • Managing Research Data Programme 2011-13

    The management of research data is recognised as one of the most pressing challenges facing the higher education and research sectors. Research data generated by publicly-funded research is seen as a...

  • MLEs for Lifelong Learning: Building MLEs across HE and FE

    The programme will explore the issues related to developing learning environments to support the seamless movement of the learner between and across sectors and institutions.

  • Network Development programme

    The SuperJANET network infrastructure will underpin the new applications in distributed learning, teaching and research. To achieve this, a programme of network-related developments has been...

  • OER Rapid Innovation

    This is a strand of the JISC/HEA UK OER Programme phase 2. JISC identified a number of areas where there were opportunities to enhance the digital infrastructure to support open content in education...

  • Open educational resources programme - phase 1

    A HEFCE-funded programme led jointly by JISC and the Higher Education Academy. The pilot stage seeks to examine the effectiveness of differing models of open educational resource release in...

  • Open educational resources programme - phase 2

    Between August 2010 and August 2011, JISC and the Academy are supporting projects and activities that support the open release of learning resources and the discovery and use of these resources.

  • PALS Metadata and Interoperability programme (phase 1)

    The aim of the projects is to explore the issues surrounding the adoption of metadata standards by publishers and to encourage the widespread engagement of the publishing community in the use of...

  • PALS Metadata and Interoperability programme (phase 2)

    The aim of the PALS Metadata and Interoperability initiative is to facilitate collaboration between the HE/FE and publishing communities and develop practical solutions for metadata and...

  • PALS Metadata and Interoperability programme (phase 3)

    The continuing goal of the PALS Metadata and Interoperability initiative is to facilitate collaboration between the HE/FE and publishing communities and develop practical solutions for allowing the...

  • Pilot projects in cloud computing for research
  • Plagiarism programme

    The JISC Electronic Plagiarism Detection project was established to review electronic solutions to the issue of plagiarism. However, it became clear that, as with most things in life, technology can...

  • Portals Programme

    The Portals programme will investigate the role of portals within the Information Environment and build demonstrators in different areas to demonstrate possibilities, leading to full portal services....

  • Presentation programme

    This programme aims to investigate and discover how different types of resources can be presented within a variety of web environments in ways that best benefit users.

  • Preservation strand of Information Environment 09-11

    The purpose of the preservation exemplars strand of projects is to exploit the value of recent work in the field of preservation and related activites.

  • Rapid Digitisation 2011

    The projects funded under the Rapid digitisation programme are creating new digital content by digitising small collections, undertaking pilot digitisation, adding to existing collections or testing...

  • Rapid innovation strand

    The JISC Rapid Innovation strand is a collection of 41 projects designed to produce user centred innovation. The projects are funded for a maximum of 6 months and are using new or innovative...

  • Relationship Management

    JISC has established a new theme area of ‘Relationship Management’, intended to support institutions in managing the processes, information and systems involved in managing relationships, to enable...

  • Relationship Management

    Phase 2 of Relationship Management, initiated with Grant Call 13/10, has funded a portfolio of 16 projects to support institutions across three strands, including a new area focussed on supporting...

  • Reports & support projects

    The following reports and studies were commissioned as part of the JISC Digitisation Programme and are all available in electronic form for download. Further studies will be carried out in the course...

  • Repositories and Preservation Programme

    The programme is a £14m investment in Higher Education repository and digital content infrastructure. It will fund initiatives to develop the Information Environment supporting digital repositories...

  • Repositories Start-up and Enhancement projects

    The aim of this strand of projects is to stimulate the population of existing repositories, enhance interoperability and embed repositories within institutional working practices such as research and...

  • Repositories: take-up and embedding

    Projects to improve institutional services that rely on the repository by enabling take-up of the lessons and benefits from the most successful repository applications, tools and good practice.

  • Repository start up and enhancement strand

    This strand explores the use of repositories to manage and share content produced by institutions. This content could be learning resources, research data or research outputs. The projects in this...

  • Re-purposing & re-use of digital university-level content & evaluation (RePRODUCE)

    We have funded 20 projects to develop, run and quality assure technology enhanced courses using reused and repurposed learning materials sourced externally to their institution. These modules will be...

  • Research Communities Engagement Programme

    The aim of the Research Communities Engagement programme is to build on the findings and outputs from these earlier projects with the aim of developing initiatives to foster greater use of advanced...

  • Research Data Management Infrastructure Projects

    Higher education institutions are under increasing pressure to provide services and infrastructure for research data management. These pressures come from a variety of sources: the opportunities of...

  • Research data management infrastructure projects (RDMI)

    Higher education institutions are coming under increasing pressure to manage the research data generated by their researchers that cannot be curated by subject-based data centres - and many are...

  • Research Data Management Planning Projects

    One of the most significant drivers to improve research data management comes from research funders, who recognise that 'good research needs good data'. Most major UK research funders have...

  • Research data management planning projects (RDMP)

    Good research data management is the foundation for good research. Improving the way in which research data is managed will rely on close partnership between stakeholders and an understanding of the...

  • Research Data Management Training

    The overarching aim of this programme area is to contribute to an increase in research data management skills in UK higher education and research organisations. This will be achieved by providing...

  • Research data management training materials (RDMTrain)

    Improving research data management in UK Universities requires increasing skills and capacity as well as implementing technical infrastructure.

  • Research infrastructure programme

    Computation has become a key component to many research areas. Provision of mid-level systems, the integration of appropriate applications and collaborative technologies sitting upon leading-edge...

  • Research management: Repositories and curation shared infrastructure

    As a result of JISC programmes and initiatives since 2002, the UK now has a repository infrastructure consisting of nearly 200 repositories with a number of shared service projects mainly around the...

  • Research management: Research information management

    The UK spends more than £6 billion on research in the Higher Education sector each year across a wide range of disciplines, research practices and institutions. Managing activities this diverse and...

  • Research programme: Research support

    UK plc would benefit from more leading edge research and greater research productivity. Universities would benefit from more productive research and individual researchers’ reputations would be...

  • Research programme: Research tools

    The aim of this strand is to ensure the research community is fully informed of the potential that IT and IT infrastructure can offer the research process. Researchers will benefit through access to...

  • Resource Discovery Programme

    The JISC needs to develop ways to support seamless, flexible and comprehensive resource discovery across a well managed resource the JISC will help to support the emerging knowledge economy. This...

  • Resource discovery strand of Information Environment 09-11

    The aim of this strand is to explore ways of providing seamless access to resources for learning and research in Higher Education.

  • Scholarly Communications

    This strand of work continues activities in the broad area of scholarly communications that were until 2010 overseen by the JISC Scholarly Communications Group. It includes early work recommended by...

  • Semantic Grid and Autonomic Computing strand

    The Semantic Grid and Autonomic Computing Programme involves a number of development projects designed to progress the development of a Semantic Grid and Autonomic Computing, based on open,...

  • Service Provider Development programme

    JISC funds a range of content and resource discovery services that have been developed to provide colleges and universities with access to quality resources to support their learning, teaching and...

  • SFC e-Learning Transformation programme

    The JISC e-Learning team will be managing six projects based in Scotland, which will test conclusions made about e-learning in Further and Higher education.

  • Shared Infrastructure Services strand

    The aim of the Shared Infrastructure Services programme is to develop a common set of infrastructure services that portals and content aggregators and brokers can all ‘talk' to.

  • Shared infrastructure strand

    Shared Infrastructure Services (SIS) will be part of an infrastructure that supports the deposit, discovery, access and use of objects and services by software applications and will increase...

  • Specialised Research Collections in the Humanities (NFF)
  • Staff roles, skills, responsibilities

    This work package focuses not on information skills or skills for harnessing technology per se, but on the impact of new ways of working that arise from adopting ICT and technology supported...

  • Strategic Content Alliance

    The aim of the Strategic Content Alliance (SCA) is to build a common information environment where users of publicly funded content can gain best value from the investment that has been made by...

  • Strategic management of institutions

    This workpackage aims to identify what practical and financial benefits have accrued from the implementation and use of integrated information management environments, helping senior institutional...

  • Support for e-Research programme

    Through the JISC Committee for the Support of Research (JCSR), JISC is funding a variety of activities to support the work of research and researchers. Activities fall in to three categories:...

  • Supporting Institutional Records Management programme

    This programme will help institutions to implement records management programmes that will meet the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act (2000).

  • Sustaining 'at risk' online resources

    Projects to transition “at risk” resources to new sustainability models to ensure their on-going availability and use and to build up sustainability case studies and practice for others to learn from.

  • SWaNI Interoperability Pilots 2 programme

    A programme of further education interoperability pilots in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

  • Technical Innovation
  • Tools and Innovations projects

    Projects which enhance the repository enviroment through the development new software or approaches.

  • Transformations Programme

    The programme is aimed at supporting institutional staff across 57 university projects to effect large-scale organisational change, underpinned by ICT, where there is a objective to enhance student...

  • Transforming curriculum delivery through technology

    It is important for institutions to develop more flexible and creative models of delivery to support the development of autonomous, lifelong learners who are skilled in reflecting on their learning...

  • Transforming the Institution
  • UK LOCKSS pilot strand

    The UK LOCKSS Pilot is funded in partnership with the Consortium of Research Libraries in the British Isles (CURL) which directly engages twenty-four selected UK HE institutions in trailing the...

  • UMF Shared Services and the Cloud Programme

    The £12.5 million UMF Shared Services and the Cloud Programme is part of a suite of activities under the University Modernisation Fund (UMF), a HEFCE fund that aims to help universities and colleges...

  • Usability and Adaptability of User Interfaces

    JISC is funding a range of projects to develop and implement usability case studies, to embed skills and capacity across the sector and to create adaptable and easy to learn interfaces for research...

  • Use of technology to support admissions to higher education

    JISC has funded a small number of projects to explore how technology can be used to support improved admissions practices. Approaches to be piloted, in partnership with UCAS, include applicants' use...

  • User-Owned Technology Demonstrators strand

    The user-owned demonstrator projects are funded as part of the e-Learning Capital Programme. The strand incorporates a number of projects that are exploring the issues around the integration of...

  • Users & Innovation: Personalising Technologies

    Based on the needs of real end-users, the programme will identify areas where innovative user technologies and practices can increase efficiency.

  • Virtual research environment programme

    The programme seeks to involve all sectors of the research community and recognises the need to support research activities within and across disciplinary boundaries.

  • Virtual Research Environment programme (Phase 2)

    The VRE programme is funded and managed by JISC within the e-Research department. In the second phase of the programme 4 integrating pilot projects are funded.

  • Virtual Research Environments programme (Phase 1)

    This programme aims to build and deploy Virtual Research Environments (VREs) by extending currently available tools and frameworks, such as Sakai and OGCE, or by developing new ones to meet the needs...

  • Working with Estates
  • World War One Commemoration

    As the anniversary of the start of conflicts of World War One (WW1) approaches in 2014, the JISC would like to explore what opportunities – creative, strategic and technological- there may be in the...