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New Zealand Cross Sector Collaboration , Murray Leach The Context for Cross-Sector Colloboration in New Zealand Education Sector ICT Strategic Framework The e-Framework and Interoperability standards The development of Shared Services

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the context for cross sector colloboration in new zealand
The Context for Cross-Sector Colloboration in New Zealand
  • Education Sector ICT Strategic Framework
  • The e-Framework and Interoperability standards
  • The development of Shared Services
  • Establishing a Target State for New Zealand Education Sector
ict strategic framework

Education Priorities for NZ

ICT Strategic Framework for Education

National Digital Strategy

Education Sector Strategies

E-Government Strategy

Agency Statements of Intent

ICT Strategic Framework:
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ICT Strategic FrameworkThe Vision

To improve learner achievement in an innovative education sector, fully connected and supported by the smart use of ICT

Learner-centred

More informed decision-making

Ease of access, reduced compliance costs

Increased confidence, capability & capacity to utilise ICT

Support knowledge creation & innovation

Value-on-investment

Internationally recognised standards

ict strategic framework key focus areas
ICT Strategic FrameworkKey Focus Areas

The ICT Strategic Framework for Education aims to deliver across the above National Digital Strategy components and supports the e-Framework for Education and Research

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Supporting the ICT Strategic Framework through the development of shared services: Education Sector Architecture Framework (ESAF)

Aims to deliver interoperability across the Education Sector through the ability to:

  • share a common understanding of data and information
  • transfer information based on business best practise
  • prove your identity
  • authorise access to services and information
  • locate services and information within the sector
the esaf projects to deliver foundation layer of standards and services
The ESAF Projects– to deliver foundation layer of standards and services
  • Education Sector Data Model (ESDM)
    • Defines a common framework for shared sector data as the basis for data collection and exchange.
  • Education Sector Metadata Schema (ESMS)
    • Enables a common understanding of education related electronic information.
  • Education Sector Integration Services (ESIS)
    • Provides a set of common services to support interoperability between New Zealand education sector organisations and systems.
  • Education Sector Authentication & Authorisation (ESAA)
    • Provides a single sign-on service to access all relevant education sector services and systems.
  • Education Sector Federated Search (ESFS)
    • Provides a search brokerage service which connects to key NZ & international electronic catalogues; a single point of access to education related information.
identity and access management action group for education and research
Identity and access management action group for education and research
  • KAREN – The Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network
  • An advanced network to facilitate collaboration and enable efficient access to data resources and other computing infrastructure
identity and access management action group for education and research10
Identity and access management action group for education and research
  • Review and implement international best practise and internationally recognised standards for identity and access management.
  • Initiative involving the six major education agencies, National Library and MoRST (Ministry of Research, Science and Technology.
  • More information: www.karen.net.nz
establishing a target state for new zealand
Establishing a Target State for New Zealand
  • Education sector agencies now actively taking a leadership role in planning the co-ordinated use of ICT
  • Building on the work to date of the ESAF programme and the collaborative work being undertaking nationally and internationally
  • Established key working and governance groups for e-Learning and Connectivity
  • Taking an architectural approach that is focused on modelling the New Zealand education sector as a whole
  • Will develop a target state for early childhood, schools, tertiary and government agencies and a roadmap to achieve it
  • This approach will focus on the services and components and their relationship to each other (administration, assessment, learning and infrastructure)
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Establishing a Target State for New Zealand

Outcomes of this approach will create a key planning tool that will:

  • Deliver a view of the sector, that through the governance process, will enable the co-ordinated planning of ICT initiatives
  • Clearly show roles and responsibilities
  • Allow all ICT initiatives to be able to be assessed against towards the road map to the target state
  • Domain Modelling is a key component for achieving the Target State.
new zealand and international collaboration
New Zealand and International Collaboration
  • E-Framework

International iniative for service oriented approaches to facilitate technical interoperability of core infrastructure as well as effective use of available funding in ICT

  • Identity and Access Management

Collaboration with AAF - Australian Access Federation

new zealand and international collaboration standards
New Zealand and International Collaboration - Standards
  • IT 19 (and sub committee IT 19 01)

Joint standards committee with Australia focusing on IT standards for learning, education and training.

  • SC
    • Participating member of Sub Committee 36
    • 21st plenary meeting of SC 36 hosted in New Zealand, March 2009
  • IMS Global
    • Re-estblishing working group on Service Oriented Approaches
    • IP and licensing working group to be established.
    • Content Packaging and Common Cartridge
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Further Information Please Contact:

ICTSectormailbox@minedu.govt.nz

, Murray Leach