Jisc projects are commissioned within HE/FE institutions, Jisc services, associated bodies and commercial orgranisations, as part of a programme. Outputs from these projects are made available to the HE and FE community.
- Assessment Careers: enhancing learning pathways through assessment
The project will involve three phases. The first will create a baseline using existing institutional practice and use external research and development to refine the Assessment Career framework. In...
- Call for Participants
Call for Participants makes it easier and more streamlined for researchers to find people who are willing and able to participate in their research trials, while allowing institutions to engage with...
- COLLABORATE: working with employers and students to design assessment enhanced by the use of digital technologies
The Higher Education White Paper “Students at the Heart of the System” (June 2011) encourages ‘closer working between institutions, employers and students to create a better experience leading to...
- Costing IT Services
Previous Jisc work has highlighted the limited understanding of detailed IT costs within the sector, and the problems this creates for robust decision making e.g. on departmental vs central vs...
- Digital student
Investigating the expectations of incoming students for technology provision in further and higher education.
- e-AFFECT: e-Assessment and Feedback for Effective Course Transformation
e-AFFECT aims to build upon existing good practice and drive strategic change with respect to assessment and feedback at Queen’s. The project seeks to change processes and practices in Schools to...
- Electronic management of assessment
Exploring how technology to support the assessment lifecycle, from the electronic submission of assignments to marking and feedback.
- FAST (Feedback and Assessment Strategy Testing)
The aim of FAST is to help drive up the quality of online assessment and feedback methods to meet 21st century skills needs for enterprise and employability. Using existing technologies, this pilot...
- FASTECH: Feedback and Assessment for Students with Technology
FASTECH is designed to use readily available technologies to support the systemic enhancement of assessment and feedback strategies and practices at programme, faculty and institutional levels. A key...
A central funding platform for funders and researchers
- Improving postgraduate course information
Enhancing a standard way of describing postgraduate courses to meet applicants emerging information demands.
- interACT - Interactive Assessment and Collaboration via Technology
interACT - Interactive Assessment and Collaboration via Technology: Using technology to promote feedback dialogue with online distance learners.
- iTEAM: Integrating Technology-Enhanced Assessment Methods
This ITEAM project is focused on improving student support and student learning. We will realise such aspirations by better aligning assessments towards the students and ensuring that they have ready...
- Jisc Repository Shared Services Projects (RSSP)
Jisc is working with Nottingham (Sherpa Services), EDINA, Mimas and the Open University (Knowledge Media Institute) to develop a range of repository shared services that benefit UK research by making...
The interactive lecture app.
- Library analytics metrics project (LAMP)
Delivering a shared analytics service for UK academic libraries.
- National monographs strategy
Exploring the potential for a national approach to the collection, preservation, supply and digitisation of scholarly monographs.
- Open access good practice
Supporting universities’ open access (OA) compliance with research funders' mandates, through sharing examples of good practice.
- Summer of Student Innovation
Student technology solutions to improve education, research and student life.
- TRAFFIC: TRansforming Assessment + Feedback For Institutional Change
Inspired by its engagement with JISCs Curriculum Design and Delivery Programme, MMU has embarked on an institution-wide initiative to enhance the quality of assessment for learning (EQAL). The...
- Transforming the digital student experience
Working with higher education institutions in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to improve the provision of technology-enhanced learning.
Uni-Board is an online noticeboard giving university students a local, convenient and easily accessible place to list advertisements for free.
Subject-specific discussion and progress tracking for students
A collaborative, open network building tool to organise and share notes and research