A series of debates has been launched as part of Capita IT Services' strategic technology partnership with the
The knowledge exchange events aim to offer an insight into how future technology will shape education, and help higher education institutions (HEIs) improve teaching, learning, and research.
The first in the series, entitled Collaboration: Enhancing the art of conversation, has taken place at the University with an audience of approximately 60 academic and professional services staff, and a panel of experts including Prof
The panel explored how the University could harness emerging and potential innovations in communications technologies, to help it improve internal and external communications and leading to enhancements in collaborative programmes.
He said: "Our unique partnership with the
"We want this series of discussions to inform and inspire change in the way the University uses IT and communications, helping to create a centre for excellence and driving change throughout the higher education industry."
The next debate in this academic term will consider "The future of public service delivery: Partnership working to succeed in new situations" and will take place on 11th June.
For a summary of the first event, visit http://www.capita-its.co.uk/NewsOpinion/Pages/Thefutureofcollaborationandcommunication.aspx
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