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BCE Diagnostic and Self-Evaluation Workbook

About this toolkit

Type
Self-evaluation
Subject areas
Business & Community Engagement
Technology Platform
PDF
Conditions of use
None
Access
Freely to download from website
Date of original release
January 2011
Date of last known update
July 2011
Current status
Active

 

Summary of stated purpose

 

The aim of the BCE: Diagnostic and Self-Evaluation Workbook is to help educational establishments to review and evaluate the extent to which Business and Community Engagement processes and strategy are embedded within the mainstream activities of their institution. 

 

The review is in three parts:

  1. One-to-one interviews with managers of BCE-specific areas
  2. A self-evaluation workshop using the diagnostic and self-evaluation workbook, designed as part of the project
  3. The identified areas for improvement are prioritised and an action plan formed to implement improvements within the organisation

 

Output types

 

Qualitative

The workbook makes a series of statements  which are discussed in terms of how well the organisation meets, exceeds or fails to meet the statement in the areas of:

 

  • Policy and Strategy
  • Processes and Business Systems
  • Partnerships and Resources
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Measurement of Performance and Customer Perception

 

Supporting evidence

 

Findings for 2008/9 Embedding BCE Project summarised on site. Include:

 

  1. The five partner case studies and downloadable report. Five institutional partners:  University of Glamorgan, Keele University, Newcastle University, Shrewsbury College of Arts & Technology, University of Strathclyde
  2. Resources to review business and community engagement activities within your own institution
  3. An explanation of barriers/issues associated with business and community engagement activities within further and higher education

 

URL http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/embedding-bce/workbook

 

CONTACT Mark Williams, JISC Collections