Don’t miss Data Matters 2021 – enhancing data certainty

Image showing the Data Matters Event Banner on 26th-27th January 2021 #HEDataMatters

Data Matters 2021 is only a week away and is packed full of great speakers, so don’t delay in  booking your ticket.

This year we are focusing on ‘enhancing data certainty’ and on the event’s programme page, you’ll see sessions that will provide informative debate and significant value.

The two-day conference is a great opportunity to discuss the topical issues around data and its use in shaping the future of education. We have a fantastic line-up of sessions hosted by sector experts from the universities of Huddersfield, Derby, Bath, Westminster, Durham, Manchester, BPP, The Open University, South Wales and more. We also have some excellent keynote speakers which include:

Rachel Hewitt, Director of policy and advocacy at the Higher Education Policy Institute

Rachel will be discussing the latest policy developments in higher education, including the impact of Brexit and Covid-19.

Richard Prowse, Deputy director service design at the University of Bath

Richard will be talking about how to use data to co-design digital products and services that work.

Dr Bart Rienties, Professor of learning analytics at The Open University

Dr Bart Rienties will be speaking about the impact of large-scale adoption across The Open University, an early adopter of learning analytics.

Charles Baird, Data architect at the Government Digital Service

Charles will be discussing how the UK government are using data standards to improve services and what this could mean for the HE sector.Image showing an advert for Data Matters on the 26th to 27th January 2021 hosted online

Data Matters is aimed at data professionals, higher education practitioners and professional services staff working in areas such as strategic planning, academia, student experience, careers and quality.

It is also a CPD accredited event, which means you can add the learning time towards your individual continuing professional development goals. There will also be lots of opportunities to network online and make valuable connections with your community.

We at Jisc are hosting this event in partnership with HESA and QAA, gathering the know-how of the UK’s higher education data, quality and digital experts.

Book your ticket here and we hope to see you at Data Matters 2021.Image showing the logos of Jisc, HESA and QAA

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