Event support for inf11

JISC (Higher Education)

JISC commissioned Evidence Base to provide support for its end of programme event for the Information Environment programme, aimed to share the key highlights from the programme.

Evidence Base worked with the JISC programme manager to:

  • establish a format for the event
  • identify and organise speakers
  • develop online support materials
  • manage event registration and support for speakers and delegates on the day
  • share notes from sessions during the day
  • assist in event amplification by sharing online resources and key points raised during the event.

After the event, a web page was developed based on the information gathered for the event in the form of Q&A for anyone interested to find out more. This features some of the highlights of the programme and some of the institutional concerns that have been addressed by the programme.

Links to project outputs

The information environment programme 2009-11 is a very broad programme consisting of over 100 projects covering a wide range of topics. The programme has produced many useful outputs ranging from advice and guidance to tools and standards. To help people find things from the programme that are of use to them we have put together a list of questions that the programme has addressed.

View the 27 questions the INF11 programme has addressed

"Evidence Base supported the final programme meeting for JISC's information environment programme 2009-11. Its support was invaluable and the event would not have worked without it. Evidence Base helped with structuring the event, the managing of speakers, on-the-day organisation and most importantly preparation of summary documents for delegates to take away with them. Everything was produced to a very high standard and Evidence Base's approach was detailed, rigorous, flexible and imaginative."

Andrew McGregor, JISC Programme Manager


Event support before, during and after the event.