Arts University College Bournemouth

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  • XCRI Creative Assembly

    Remit

    - 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

    http://xcri.aucb.ac.uk/

    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

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