From 2 January 2015, Jisc brought its customer-facing teams, including Jisc infoNet, in-house.
Although the variety of individual services have disappeared, our focus on practical support will remain.
A nominated account manager, backed by a team of subject specialists, will operate locally to you and provide you with a fully-managed relationship, ensuring that you benefit from our full offer.
Jisc’s local teams will draw upon expertise from across the organisation and will have direct access to events, training, communications and marketing, sector intelligence and subject expertise to support you on:
- Accessibility and inclusion
- Teaching learning and assessment
- Technology and the law
- Online learning and the digital student experience
- Technology to support enterprise
- Research data management
- Scholarly communications
- End user learning resources engagement with digital resources
- Strategy and business process in further education and skills
- Systems, tools and information management.
If you are looking for advice on any of these areas, please email email@example.com.
This change of approach does not affect our continued commitment to ensuring you receive access to specialist knowledge and solutions on digital technologies to support your organisation, informed by and relevant to your local context.
Where can I find resources?
Many of the infoNet resources can now be found on the Jisc website.
Relevant infoKits, tools and checklists can now be found in the guides section.
Previous projects can be found along with other archived R&D projects.
We also have the results of the 2014 information legislation management (ILM) survey, which includes links to both the information request register and to previous ILM surveys.
If you're having trouble finding a particular resource, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
You can still access original Jisc infoNet content via the UK Web Archive.