XCRI Creative Assembly
- To form a group of creative arts institutions to share practice during the JISC XCRI project.
- To offer opportunities for collaborative training.
- To hold meetings (whether online or face to face) to discuss progress and issues in relation to creative courses
- To ensure that art, design, media and performance courses are appropriately referenced within the aggregators, and meet the specific requirements of creative courses.
- To consider the feasibility of implementing a common vocabulary for creative courses.
- To feedback to JISC any issues pertaining to the content and use of the XCRI feed by creative courses.
- To disseminate information produced by the Creative Assembly to the wider community and particularly to institutions with creative courses who will take part in the project from September 2012
Enterprise Architecture enabled improved workflows and business efficiencies in creating consistent published information and data sources
- Created a SharePoint 2010 Environment for XCRI_CAP Repository against agreed business workflows
- Validated course information for Marketing & Registry purposes with full audit trail
- SQL Reporting Services from SharePoint Repository allows for data to be consistent for printed publications
- Created XCRI feed to University Colleges main website for
Course Information publication
- To help develop an arts based aggregator established through Plymouth College of Art (Creative Assembly)
- XCRI_CAP feed available for external aggregators
- To develop SharePoint Repository to include all courses and module development for internal data consistency - To improve data capture and online publishing / dissemination to access standard information - To help develop an arts based aggregator established through Plymouth College of Art as part of the Creative Assembly
continuing relationship - To embed the Enterprise Architecture methodology to assist in transformational change and understand workflow processes - To promote XCRI developments within the sector and support initiatives to develop XCRI_CAP aggregators and feeds