The experts group may be asked to provide feedback on programme activities and outcomes; contribute to analysis and synthesis of programme outcomes via the same routes raise awareness of the programme and of the consultation process in their respective communities; occasionally to provide information about their communities, in the context of the various research activities of the programme.

Learning and Teaching Practice Experts Group

The e-Learning programme's consultation strategy will focus on developing a network of representatives in a range of existing communities. These individuals will have formal or informal roles as information brokers in their respective communities of practice. So they will be able to champion the programme to their communities, as well as represent their communities to Jisc.

The Experts Group comprises of representatives from further and higher education and meets three times a year to receive updates from the e-Learning Programme, to offer advice and feedback to Jisc funded project teams, and to comment on the direction of future work of the programme. There are now over 160 members representing further and higher education and members have helped to ensure the relevance of Jisc-funded projects to the learning and teaching community. The Group now informs Jisc’s work across a range of programmes relating to Teaching and Learning Practice.

Terms of reference

In the course of consultation the experts group may be asked to:

  • provide feedback on programme activities and outcomes, e.g. by taking part in face-to-face or online discussion groups
  • contribute to analysis and synthesis of programme outcomes via the same routes
  • raise awareness of the programme and of the consultation process in their respective communities
  • occasionally to provide information about their communities, in the context of the various research activities of the programme

Meetings

Jisc will cover the travel and subsistence expenses of members attending meetings, up to the value of £150 on receipt of a completed expenses claim form / invoice and original receipts. Expense claim forms should be used when the expense is incurred directly by an individual - guidance notes surrounding the expense claim form. Where expenses are incurred by the members organisation then you will need to invoice us.

If invoicing for payment to an organisation (not an individual) please ensure that the following invoicing address features on the paperwork:
Jisc
Jisc Accounts
Lumen House
Library Avenue
Harwell Oxford
Didcot
Oxfordshire
OX11 0SG

The completed expenses claim form / invoice and original receipts will need to be returned to the organiser for processing of payment:
Georgia Hall
Jisc
One Castle Park
Tower Hill
Bristol
BS2 0JA

2014

9 April 2014
Agenda - Birmingham

24 June 2014
Bristol
15 October 2014
Birmingham

2013

23 April 2013
Papers and presentations
10 July 2013
Papers and presentations
17 October 2013
Paper and presentations

2012

24 April 2012
Papers and presentations
11 July 2012
Papers and presentations

18 October 2012
Papers and presentations

2011

23 March 2011
Papers and presentations

14 July 2011
Papers and presentations

19 October 2011
Papers and presentation

2010

17 March 2010 
Papers and presentations

13 July 2010
Papers and presentations 

20 October 2010
Papers and presentations

2009

22 April  2009
Papers and presentations

8 July 2009
Papers and presentations

21 October 2009
Papers and presentations

2008

26 March 2008
Papers and presentations

9 July 2008
Papers and presentations

29 October 2008
Papers and presentations

2007

27 February 2007
Papers and presentations

27 June 2007
Papers and presentations

24 October 2007, Birmingham
Papers and presentations

2006

22 February 2006
Papers and presentations

27 June 2006
Papers and presentations

26 October 2006
Papers and presentations

2005

18 March 2005
Papers and presentations

14 June 2005
Papers and presentations

5 October 2005 and online meeting
Papers and presentations

2004

12 March 2004
Papers and presentations

12 May 2004
Papers and presentations

24 September 2004
Papers and presentations

For further information contact Ruth Drysdale (r.drysdale@jisc.ac.uk) , Programme Manager

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