Over the last few weeks we’ve been immersed in our Connect More programme of regional events and it has been as rewarding as ever to meet with Jisc members. At each event, I’ve been searching out practitioners in FE and skills to talk about the ideas and insights we shared in the various sessions and to find out where we can help people to do things better. >>
By Bill Hubbard
I have a background in innovation in ICT in higher education and research, along with commercial experience in virtual reality and artificial intelligence applications for communications and broadcast.
I have led a degree programme as a senior lecturer in multimedia design and worked as...0203 815 5580 email@example.com
After qualifying and working as a librarian in my early career, I worked for Jisc Netskills for 13 years providing training and working on a diverse range of projects across various sectors.
I returned to my roots in 2011, working as a librarian in the liaison team at...0209 819 8277 07468 726835 firstname.lastname@example.org
By Matt Ramirez
I have been developing multimedia resources for the past 17 years, and my passion lies in looking at how innovative technologies can assist in the support of learning at every level.
In recent years, I have been researching augmented reality and other future mediums as a visual tool to...0161 413 7531 email@example.com
By Neil Jacobs
See Neil’s recent presentations:
- European Commission Open Access Co-ordination workshop - 4 May 2011
- Information environment programme meeting - ...
Hi, my name is Chloe and I work in strategy and corporate services where I'm a SharePoint architect and developer. I've been at Jisc for about four years or so both as a contractor and as a full time member of staff. In my spare time I'm an artist and photographer, and also study Chen style Tai Chi. I have gender dysphoria, and I transitioned from male to female whilst working at Jisc. >>
Open science is about increasing the re-use of research, and making sure that publicly funded research is accessible to all. It sounds straightforward, but there are some issues that we need to iron out first, and this is where FAIR comes in. >>