The SSBR project delivered Support, Synthesis and Benefits Realisation (SS, BR) services to the JISC Institutional Innovation Programme and its constituent projects. The project was based on a community (network) approach to programme support.
The SSBR final report can be found here.
The support, synthesis and benefits realisation project (SSBR) aimed to foster the development of a community of interest/expertise for the purpose of realising the benefits of the programme. The project is designed to facilitate network interactions to promote knowledge discovery and exchange in four modes:
- peer to peer between the projects,
- between the projects and the programme
- between project teams and their institutional stakeholders
- and between the projects and the wider educational community.
The work plan consisted of support and synthesis activities in two broad, inter-related phases:
- discovery, analysis and synthesis (Oct 2008 – January 2010 … and ongoing to March 2011)
- benefits realisation (June 2009 – May 2011)