A timeline for the JISC innovation work managed by the Information Environment team
Created by amcgregor on 28/03/2010
Last updated: 29/03/10 at 12:12
Tags: inf11 jiscri jisclms jiscdepo jiscexpo
The final evaluation report for the programme is available
All activity related to the programme is complete
All projects must finish by the end of March 2011
The final meeting to explore what the projects have achieved.
A possible event focusing on the economics of open access.
A possible event showcasing the library management systems (jisclms) projects
A possible event focusing on visualisation of data.
The jisclms projects finish
A possible showcase event for the RIM projects
The jiscri benefits realisation projects finish.
An event for all current JISC projects
A workshop focusing on usability
An event looking at overlaps between repositories and CRIS systems. Organised by the Welsh Repository Network Enhancement project. with ARMA
jisclms projects that were funded under the 12/09 call begin
8 JISC rapid innovation projects have been funded £10,000 to realise the benefits offered by their projects.
The annual JISC conference
The research information management projects funded under call 11/09 start.
Evidence Base the consultants who will evaluate the Information Environment Programme 2009-11 begin work
An evaluation workshop for inf11 projects
The developer days event organised by the devCSI project takes place at UKOLN.
A summary of the event
An event exploring the possibilities offered by cloud computing for repositories. The event was put on jointly by Eduserv and JISC.
A summary of the event
A call for projects focusing on deposit into repositories and exposing research data as structured data, particularly linked data. £1.5m is available.
The toolshed newspaper publicising the achievements of the rapid innovation projects is released.
A 22mb pdf of the toolshed newspaper
The 39 rapid innovation projects complete.
A call for projects using library systems to use new resource discovery interfaces, enhance existing interfaces and explore problem areas.
JISC made £400,000 available for projects in the area of Research Information Management
The Deposit workshop aimed to explore the process of depositing into repositories. A summary of the workshop is available in 2 parts: Part 1 Part2
The start up meeting for JISC rapid innovation projects focused on effective communication of what the projects were doing.
The meeting was organised by the devCSI project
The DevCSI project is designed to foster and support a community of software and web developers in Higher Education institutions/
A start up meeting designed to allow project managers to meet and to explore common themes.
The 39 projects funded under the JISC rapid innovation call (03/09) begin
The projects funded under the 12/08 call start.
A call for 6 month projects dealing with unproven technologies in the following areas:
Mashups of open data
Aggregating tags and feeds
Semantic web/ linked data
Lightweight Shared Infrastructure Services
User Interface Design
The 12/08 call made £10,600,000 available for projects in the areas of repositories, automatic metadata generation, rapid innovation, preservation and virtual research environments.