Members of the Jorum Steering Group
Anthony Beal, Jisc Account Manager for Digital Resources, Northern England
Susanne Boyle, Head of Learning, Teaching and Professional Skills. Director of Jorum, Jisc
Siobhán Burke, OER Service Manager, Jisc
Lorna Campbell, Assistant Director, CETIS
Sharon Cook, Jisc Account Manager for Digital Resources, Wales
Margaret Coutts (Chair), independent, formerly University of Leeds Librarian
Philippa Levy, Higher Education Academy
Antonio Martinez-Arboleda, Principal Teaching Fellow, University of Leeds
Penny Robertson, Jisc Account Manager for Digital Resources, Scotland
Ben Ryan, Jorum Technical Manager, Jisc
Nick Sheppard, Repository Development Officer, Leeds Beckett University
Gwen Van Der Velden, Director of Learning and Teaching Enhancement, University of Bath
Louise Walmsley, Director of Teaching and Learning Support, University of Manchester
Joe Wilson, CEO, College Development Network, Scotland
Thanks to past Jorum Steering Group members:
Simon Bains, Head of Research and Learning Support and Deputy Librarian, The University of Manchester Library
Doug Belshaw, Researcher/Analyst, JISC infoNet
Rachel Bruce, Senior Responsible Officer for Jorum, Jisc
Luís Carrasqueiro, Chief Executive, British Universities Film & Video Council
Jackie Carter, former Jorum Director, Mimas
Sarah Currier, Jorum Service Manager, Mimas
Jean Downey, Head of Online Services, The Higher Education Academy
Stephen Gomez, Plymouth Institute of Education (Faculty of Arts & Humanities)
Brian Kelly, UK Web Focus and ISC Community Engagement Manager, UKOLN
Hetesh Morar, Jisc Services Manager for Jorum, Jisc
Lis Parcell, Senior E-learning Advisor/Cynghorydd E-ddysgu Uwch, Jisc RSC Wales/Cymru
Laura Skilton, Jorum Business Development Manager, Mimas
Bob Strunz, Chief Technical Architect, National Digital Learning Resources
Amber Thomas, Jisc Programme Officer for Jorum, Jisc
Terms of Reference
Members of the Jorum Steering Group will:
- Provide strategic input to Jorum and Jisc and contributing ideas for future work.
- Act as critical friend to Jorum with respect to grassroots perspectives, market intelligence and user feedback.
- Identify and help to build partnerships.
- Act as advocates of Jorum in their own areas of work and at conferences and events they attend.
- Advise on development and planning work, making recommendations, and informing prioritisation.
- Assist the Jisc Programme Manager and Jisc Senior Responsible Officer in overseeing the work of the Jorum team.
- Assist Jisc in monitoring progress of service provision
The Steering Group will meet 2 to 3 times a year. Members may also be required to provide feedback and steer via email and telephone between meetings.
Membership is drawn from the staff at HE and FE institutions, HE Academy, Scottish Qualifications Authority, CETIS as well as other members of Jisc including the Jorum team.