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Standards, Definitions and Enabling (truths, damn truths and statistics). Data Sharing Network Peter Haines, ANU Rob McCormack, UWA Dan McHolm, Adelaide Jenny Vero, Monash Michael Beaton-Wells, Melbourne Kim Koorey, Sydney Aleks Alimpijevic, UNSW Ken Richardson, UQ

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    1. Standards, Definitions and Enabling (truths, damn truths and statistics) Data Sharing Network Peter Haines, ANU Rob McCormack, UWA Dan McHolm, Adelaide Jenny Vero, Monash Michael Beaton-Wells, Melbourne Kim Koorey, Sydney Aleks Alimpijevic, UNSW Ken Richardson, UQ Alan Mackay , Go8 Secretariat Helen Montesin, Go8 Secretariat May 2009

    2. Terms of Reference • establish key data sets • provide support relating to institutional data • encourage consistent definitions and standards • benefit from work of common interest

    3. Terms of Reference • establish key data sets • provide support relating to institutional data • encourage consistent definitions and standards • benefit from work of common interest • Student-Staff Ratio – some limitations • No distinction of teaching versus research proportion of staff • Ignores the level of the “teacher” (e.g. Level A or E) • Staff data are as at 31 March, student data are actual full year EFTSL

    4. Policies to date • Terms of Reference • Priority Setting document • Data Sharing Deed of Agreement

    5. Policies to date • Terms of Reference • Priority Setting document • Data Sharing Deed of Agreement • Consistent approach to third party requests

    6. Strategies and priorities • Executive Dashboard

    7. Strategies and priorities • Executive Dashboard • Establish key data sets of detailed information

    8. Strategies and priorities • Executive Dashboard • Establish key data sets of detailed information • Programme of analytical work on these data

    9. Strategies and priorities • Executive Dashboard • Establish key data sets of detailed information • Programme of analytical work on these data • Explore other datasets

    10. Joint activities • Executive Dashboard • Data Sharing Agreement • DEEWR student data sharing exercise • Advice to, and support for, other Groups • Established a shared, secure website for online collaboration

    11. Future plans • Establish standard reports from DEEWR student data • Catalogue and share adhoc reports from these files • Support the Higher Degree by Research project • Expand the key datasets to include staff, finance, facilities, and research information

    12. Collaboration • enabling Group • links up with most other Groups • DSN members might attend some meetings of other Groups to discuss data needs • DSN membership of joint working parties

    13. Questions