[open-science] Fwd: JISC ITT: Organisation and Production of a Series of Internet Radio Shows to Communicate Key Themes of the JISC e-Learning Programme
jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Tue Mar 23 12:41:46 UTC 2010
Wonder if there's any scope here for a radio show on open science?
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From: Jennifer STOCKFORD  <j.stockford at jisc.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 1:33 PM
Subject: JISC ITT: Organisation and Production of a Series of Internet
Radio Shows to Communicate Key Themes of the JISC e-Learning Programme
To: JISC-ANNOUNCE at jiscmail.ac.uk
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The JISC invites proposals to organise and produce a series of
internet radio shows to communicate key themes of the JISC e-Learning
Programme. These shows will be aimed at senior managers and
practitioners working in UK further and higher education.
It is expected that a total of 10 shows would be broadcasted over a
two year period, focusing on topics which are of relevance to senior
managers working in further and higher education, and draw together
outcomes from the e-Learning Programme which can assist senior
managers in addressing these issues.
Total funding of up to £50,000 (including VAT, travel and subsistence)
is available for this work.
The deadline for proposals is 12.00 noon UK time on Tuesday 11th May 2010.
It is envisaged that bidders will be notified of the outcome of the
evaluation process in the week commencing 24th May 2010.
The successful bidder will be expected to start work by 1st June 2010.
The final show will be due to have been completed by 1st June 2012,
with a short final report describing the processes involved in
producing the shows and any recommendations for future e-Learning
Programme radio shows being provided by 31st July 2012.
A full version of the ITT can be found here.
Committee Support Officer JLT JSR
JISC Executive, Northavon House,
Coldharbour Lane, Bristol, BS16 1QD
Please visit our website: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/
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