Institutional Web Management Workshop 2012:
Plenary Talk P4: Key Information Set Data
- Key Information Set Data
- Session Tag:
- Tuesday 19th June 2012 from 11:00-11:45
- Andrew Oakley, HESA
The Key Information Set (KIS) is a mandatory UK-wide collection of data that will assist potential students in their decision-making when applying for an undergraduate course. In this talk, Andrew will outline what information is covered, where it comes from, how it gets updated, how it will be integrated into institutions' websites, how potential students will access the information and how the complete set of data will be available to the general public under an open licence.
- This plenary talk was mentioned
in a tweet
posted on 30 May 2012:
Late change at #IWMW12: Andrew Oakley, HESA will talk about the KIS, Key Information Data Set Data: bit.ly/NdupDL
Please note that the presentation is also available on the Slideshare repository and embedded below.
A video recording of this talk is available on Vimeo and embedded below.
Note that additional information about this talk is available on the IWMW 2012 Lanyrd page.