HE-BCI major review user engagement activities
We are delivering a programme of user engagement activities to identify data requirements and outputs. We have used these opportunities to further develop the six priority areas, which feeds into our consultations and data experiments.
Our engagements have involved working with a diverse range of representatives from across the sector including members of Universities UK, GuildHE, Independent HE and the Society for Research in Higher Education. We have also worked alongside the devolved nations to run concept-specific workshops where invited representatives to provide feedback on key areas for development in the HE-BCI record.
Major reviews include the option to provide feedback, always in the form of a consultation. Other methods include:
- Workshops and meetings with providers, sector groups and statutory customers.
- Targeted activities with organisations and sector bodies.
We will announce opportunities to provide feedback, or respond to consultations in the HESA weekly update, which is sent to all relevant operational contacts.
You can subscribe to the HESA weekly update if you are not an operational contact.
We are hosting free, in-person workshops to present a draft logical relational data model for the HE-BCI data collection.
We are inviting data practitioners in the Higher Education Knowledge Exchange community to:
- Evaluate the model
- Provide feedback
- Suggest changes.
The findings from this workshop will help us understand potential data quality issues, and help us avoid making logical errors in the development of our consultation proposals for the HE-BCI data collection in Spring 2024.
Consultations and data experiments
The HE-BCI consultations and data experiments section includes:
- Open consultations.
- Data experiments and opportunities to participate and provide feedback.
- Closed consultations and data experiments: analysis and further information.
Please contact [email protected] if you have queries or feedback.