With live events back, we will be kicking off the HE Data Conference with interactive icebreakers.
This session will allow you to get to know colleagues from across the sector and explore your key learning objectives for the day.
Expect lots of interaction and an opportunity to restart your face-to-face networking experience!
Following the OfS Update this is your opportunity to engage with the consultation into the new OfS Data Strategy Consultation.
Come armed with your questions, ideas and thoughts on data collection, reducing burden and the role of data in regulatory oversight.
These interactive workshops will allow you to gain direct insights from practitioners leading the way in delivering advanced data infrastructure and holistic data tools across an institution.
Be prepared to hear best practice, ideas on developing your data maturity and gain practical support in developing your action plan.
You will be able to choose one of three workshops to participate in.
Graduate Outcomes is the latest iteration of surveys tracking the various interpretations of success of those leaving UK higher education and replaces the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey. Even before the release of the first set of results, the survey was a hot topic in the higher education press and beyond, with much discussion of whether employment outcomes signify the value of a higher education course.
With a particular focus on communicating the issues clearly to those less familiar with the intricacies of HE data, this session looks beyond the hype to explore how this new data set can be used, and the caveats that need to be clear to those looking to extend these uses.
In this workshop series you will have the opportunity to engage in practical insights on the role of data in robust strategic planning, market analysis and performance management.
These sessions will offer innovative ideas from across the sector and allow you to assess practical action points for your strategic decision making.
You will be able to choose from one of two workshops to participate in.
In our concluding “debrief” session, you will have the opportunity to assess what you learned from the Conference and the action points for your institution.
*programme subject to change