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XCRI Showcase 2011 Nottingham 27 th June 2011 “ XCRI Adoption and Opportunities to build data ecosystems ” Kirstie Coolin Centre for International ePortfolio.

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1 XCRI Showcase 2011 Nottingham 27 th June 2011 “ XCRI Adoption and Opportunities to build data ecosystems ” Kirstie Coolin Centre for International ePortfolio Development University of Nottingham

2 Expressed interest University of Derby Loughborough University Leicester College Moulton College New College Stamford South Leicestershire College Chesterfield College Developed XCRI exports Northampton College The Open University in the East Midlands Wyggeston and QE College New College Nottingham Castle College Gateway College Derby College North Nottinghamshire College University of Lincoln 5 x Area Wide Prospectuses Your Future East Midlands Worked with actively / systems University of Nottingham De Montfort University Nottingham Trent University Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln College Loughborough College South Nottingham College West Nottinghamshire College East Midlands University/Colleges involved with XCRI workshops, meeetings and exports from 2008 to 2011

3 Where is XCRI leading? Use of service-based approaches The power of interoperability/aggregation Agile and cost effective response to change Build a learning, teaching, employability ecosystem Join to other things to provide new mash-ups Providing better joined-up services to benefit all users

4 Identify priorities Choose what you want to do first

5 Courses adverts are public information? Nationally held course advertising information, key data about courses and information used for choice, arguably should be available as XCRI/appropriate open data 1 1.Complete, Primary, Timely, Accessible, Machine processable, Non-discriminatory, Non-proprietary, Licence-free Open Government Data principles (Berners-Lee, Malamud 2007)

6 Why? Course advertising information can be connected with other types of data to provide richer contextual information for learners and potential learners Open and standardised course data means that more services can use and re-use course advertising information in a range of different, exciting and previously unimagined ways Course advertising information will cascade to wider groups and new markets

7 There’s a Gold Rush Coming!

8 Kirstie Coolin University of Nottingham May 2011 Working on the Infrastructure Service layer – linked data, new combined data sets, open standards, service-based accessed Data layer Institutional data E.g. courses data Curriculum maps Institutional research CRM Graduate destinations Other available data E.g. national surveys Courses information / KIS HESA Open data E.g. Maps/transport Government data/stats Labour market Businesses Local Authority Richer course data, career information, business intelligence, CRM, marketing, employer engagement, alumni, graduate destination, employability etc. XCRILEAP2ACompetenceLTIHR-XMLRSS Education institutions Course aggregators Career orgs Any Other Consuming services / mobile research Application layer business New data created via system use – sent back to the service layer

9 Thank You Centre for International ePortfolio Development University of Nottingham


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