Category Archives: social software

CIP pilot is online

We are delighted to announce that the CIP pilot is online at http://cip.ilrt.bris.ac.uk/cip/. You can read more about the pilot at that link. If you use OpenID you can log in and try out the social software aspect to our … Continue reading

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CIP User Engagement

During September 2008 we are rounding up our consultation with stakeholder groups at the University of Bristol in order to evaluate the CIP pilot software and produce final reporting for our funders, the JISC. A separation of concerns emerged early … Continue reading

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CIP Diagram

This diagram offers a talking point around what we mean by content integration in a large organisation such as the University of Bristol and has been used recently in discussions with CIP stakeholders at the University.  Data in our system … Continue reading

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CIP in 100 words

CIP is a JISC-funded Pilot project tackling the problem of information integration in large organisations. It focuses on maximising the value of obtaining flexible views of Bristol University research information derived from the range of departmental databases and University central … Continue reading

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