Rewarding innovative practices: Amber Miro Memorial Award

Are you doing good stuff and feel you should be recognised? Do you know of innovative practices that should be highlighted?

 

Are you aware of innovative practices in your institution using new technology or social media? Then why not encourage those responsible to submit an entry for the inaugural Amber Miro Memorial Award?

“The Amber Miro Memorial Award is intended to highlight the innovative practices and developments demonstrated by UCISA members within the UK higher and further education sector.

Developments in technology continue apace and with development comes opportunity; opportunity to take advantage of additional functionality and apply it in innovative and novel ways to all aspects of university and college business. The rate of growth in the number and complexity of social media applications matches the speed of technological developments. The same opportunities exist for social media applications – each new application will offer different benefits and options to the developer, lecturer or researcher. The aim of the Amber Miro Memorial Award is to surface the innovation that takes place within the sector; entries are not restricted to IT service departments so if you know of something innovative that is taking place in your institution, encourage your colleagues to enter.

The closing date is Friday 1 February. For an entry form and further details see www.ucisa.ac.uk/amma

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