Category Archives: Process Design

Pineapple nearly in the can

It’s been a very busy couple of months. We implemented significant changes to the Pineapple Core, process and documents based on the feedback and our experiences from the piloting. We are really pleased with the way the this has all come together. We have been able to reduce the number and complexity of our process [...]

Benefits Realisation

Apologies for the lack of news from us but we’ve been busy working away on the last few aspects of the project. One additional part of this is the benefits realisation work we have been funded to do by JISC in collaboration with Staffordshire University. We have been looking at their APEL policy, drawing it [...]

Preview of Pineapple Core Software (Alpha)

Well after many months of work we have an alpha version of the Pineapple Core ready. We have a bit more work to do on it before we look to trial it in September.
I have put together 3 short videos showing the administration, process management/design and the user end of the system. There are still [...]

Meeting with University of Plymouth registry

The team recently met up with the University of Plymouth registry to discuss the finer detail of their APEL regulations.

Interface design and usablility

The last few days I have been creating various screenshots of how the system may look and function.
I have now compiled these in flash to produce an interactive version so we are able to mock up how the system may function before making it all and get feedback from potential users.
This will be evolving over [...]

Progress Update

As you will know from the previous posts we are currently gethering as much information as we can about APEL.In the last week Harriet and I have been focusing in on UPC and what is already going in terms APEL and APCL. Our meeting in Bradford was extreemly useful and I must thank the other [...]

Copyright © 2007 Institutional Innovation (p). All rights reserved.
Institutional Innovation