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Delegates will be assigned to groups on the first day of the residential, these groups will be the groups delegates will stay in for the duration on the summer school residential programme.
The Group Project works consists of:
Group Project – four territories to explore
1. Best Practices
Who are the exemplars within Higher Education, and beyond, and how have you engaged with them?
2. Institutional Application
What have you introduced or applied to your HEIs and what has been the impact so far?
3. Personal Learning
What have you learned from being part of this experience and what are you doing with these insights?
4. AUDE Recommendations
Based on your Group’s work, what are your recommendations and suggested actions for fellow AUDE colleagues?
Group Project Work - Deliverables and Deadlines
This year AUDE are giving the groups a choice from two projects which are detailed below:
Data is the new challenge. The future of real estate management in Higher Education.
In the world of managing the HE estate, a growing number of decisions rely on data analysis. From assessing future space demands; impacts on space requirements on changes to pedagogy to managing utilities and improving space utilisation. The use of analytics can lead to smarter decisions about future estates developments and costs.
Considering all the data that the real estate operations and its users generate, it seems likely that big data processing will require the development of an internal expertise within the Estates Team or the contracting in of a specialise provider.
In this project you can explore how the sector is responding to the new challenge of big data and how it is being applied already by seeking out best practice. Examples may also be found in other real estate sectors.
Potential areas to explore could include:
Keys to addressing diversity, equity and inclusion in the UK Higher Education real estate.
As the world continues to grapple with the realities of racism and injustice brought most recently to the spotlight by the murder of George Floyd in the United States, many in the real estate industry are looking inward and acknowledging that there is work to be done to heal and support our own communities, while best representing the industry. The Higher Education sector in the UK is not immune to these global challenges and should seek to address the issues in a systematic and timely way.
In this project you can explore how the sector is responding the challenges of implementing EDI in our operations and seeking out best practice which is being applied in our own sector but also in other real estate sectors.
Areas to explore could include:
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