Jisc in 2017/18
The 2017/18 annual review captures and shares some of your latest achievements and looks ahead to what’s next.
Thank you to all members, staff, partners and funders for your ongoing collaboration and encouragement in enabling all of us together to continue to power the UK’s higher and further education teaching, learning and research and to be at the centre of its digital transformation in the exciting years ahead.
Previous annual reviews
In our annual review, we share some highlights from the last academic year, including the Janet Network upgrade, service launches and merger support provision for further education.
We also reflect on our growing cyber security focus with facts and figures demonstrating its reach and benefit for both Jisc and our members.
The annual review includes member case studies, drawing on our work with the University of Kent and Grimsby Institute Group.
We also look ahead at the year to come as we continue in a period of change.
And finally, the annual review includes a financial summary of Jisc expenditure and income in the year ended 31 July 2017.
We reflect on how consultation with members and stakeholders has helped us to better understand their needs, and we outline some of the ways we've provided trusted advice and guidance to the sector.
The document also includes a financial summary and our chief executive Paul Feldman looks ahead to Jisc's future.
In our 2015 annual review, we look back at how we've made a difference and helped you to work efficiently and cost effectively.
In our 2014 annual review film, we look back at how we have been making a difference to you over the past 12 months.
Discover how Janet’s agreement with Microsoft is benefiting 18m staff and students across the UK.
Learn how we’ve helped all kinds of learning providers all over the UK.
See co-design in action at the Summer of Student Innovation.
In our 2011-12 annual review film, we look back at how we have been making a difference to you over the past 12 months.
Professor Tim O'Shea, chair of JISC and vice-chancellor of the University of Edinburgh, introduces a successful year for us and our services and explains how we have been making a difference to you over the past 12 months.