Friday, 11 March 2011
Project plan (2): Benefits
By receiving the funding Staffordshire University will be able to start the project.
A re-usable web application that could be rolled out across our website.
Qualitative benefits are being able to test this system out on new starters before deciding, (depending on its success) whether this should be rolled out university wide.
It is hoped it will make the website more customer focused and intuitive. This will allow us to gain credibility in the university sector and will further add to our 'reputation in the real world' brand thought as testament to being ahead of the curve with our thinking.
This will allow Staffordshire University to be one of the first Universities to showcase this technology.
It will allow a new project team to form a relationship which should increase transfer of knowledge across departments.
The University will ensure that Alternative Reality Game (ARG) is made available as required by JISC to other institutions (as required by JISC's Open Source principles).
IPR access to information will be free at the point of use and access to data will also be free to UK FE, HE and the Research community in perpetuity and in accordance to JISC's Open Access and/or JISC's Open Source Software Policy.
To share, on a proactive arrangemnet information and have open discussions with Southhampton University, University of Oxford and Coventry University.
Benefits to both
To provide, in the form of a survery the results from the launch and website traffic figures, this research/survey should evidence the success of the project.