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Evidence Base at Birmingham City University has once again been commissioned to undertake an important survey of developers working and studying in education (largely in universities and colleges in the UK) and their stakeholders on behalf of DevCSI:
If you are developer, you work with developers, or your work is affected by the work of developers, please fill in this important survey. The broad topics of this survey include: benchmarking developers across the sector; examining stakeholders' views of software development; discovering examples of local innovation; and gathering suggestions about the on going future development of a developer community in UK education.
The survey is very important for informing the future work of the DevCSI project and should provide useful ...
The Repositories Support Project (RSP) is hosting a series of free webinars featuring various interesting topics for librarians and repository managers. The webinars titles are “Advocacy using campaign materials” (June 26th), “A way of demonstrating the importance of institutional research” (July 3th) and “Advocacy for the arts” (July 16th). All webinars are held at 11am GMT, a booking is mandatory on the RSP event page.
The webinar “Advocacy using campaign materials” on the July 26th will feature a discussion about advocacy issues for repositories including presentations about how marketing campaigns can be used to present advantages of repositories and about the use of social media for repositories managers. The webinar is hosted by Yvonne Budden, University of Warwick and Misha ...