Helping you make informed decisions about collection management and asses how your electronic resources are used.
Digital technologies can help you to effectively manage relationships with employers and their employees (and potential learners), as well as to deliver courses flexibly
How technology can support access to ‘any time any place’ learning that is essential for learners in the work place
Building on drivers for investment in business intelligence (BI), this resource aims to help organisations plan and implement their chosen BI strategy smoothly and productively.
Data visualisation is an integral part of data analysis and business intelligence. Explore the most recommended type of charts and good design tips to help you create powerful and persuasive graphs for decision making.
Adopting open approaches can enhance transparency and scientific integrity, promote public engagement, stimulate innovation and improve the efficiency of research
Approaches to changing organisational structures, amalgamating systems and infrastructures and alternatives to mergers.
This guide will explain an approach to organising work that is in some ways the opposite of traditional planning and management. It will draw out some lessons from the most visibly successful crowdsourcing projects that support education and research, including Wikipedia.
In order to embed new technologies most successfully, institutions must encourage and support staff through any changes and in their digital development
How your institution can take steps to improve interoperability between funder, publisher and institutional systems.