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About TIS

About Technology and Information Services

Technology and Information Services (TIS)  includes the former Directorate called  Information and Learning Services (ILS). Among other areas, TIS has primary responsibility for the development and management of the University’s library and information services, communications and information technology infrastructure, generic computing facilities, and management information services.  It has strategic technical and operational responsibility for developing and delivering corporate web based services, including the intranet and extranet; mobile computing; telematic services; technologies for remote learner support; video-conferencing; and other new or emerging technologies.

The stated mission of TIS:

To provide innovative, effective and sustainable library, media, computing and information services, working with key partners to ensure cost-effective solutions in order to enable and enhance the pursuit of University objectives. [2010]

Services are managed through:

  • Strategy and Architecture (Business Partners and Technical Architects) 
  • Solution Delivery (Project Managers, Business Analysts and Developers)
  • Service management (Operations & Maintenance and Support)
  • Library and Digital Support (Library and IT Gateway and Content Development and Support)
  • Academic Support Technology and Innovation (Information Specialists, Learning Technologists and Digital Skills Developers) 
  • Management Support and Administration 

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Modified 30/09/2016