Practitioners through the aarnet university network

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practitioners through the AARNet university network during the course of the project. v. At least one network application/activity, designed to test the capabilities of the network, has been run over the network for at least ten months (or, if more than one application, for a period totalling at least ten months) and at least two states have been able to adequately test how well that application/s is/are able to be used for collaborative work. vi. By 28 August 2009, all sites intended to be connected are connected (except those that became unfeasible). vii. The results of the network application trial(s) has/have been compiled into a report that includes assessment by all stakeholders of the value of that/those network application(s) and an assessment of how the results of this project may inform any move towards the roll out of a national tertiary education network across Australia. Proof of Concept Network Project Final ReportJanuary 2010 Page 43 of 55
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Attachment 7.1 Project Workplan ii. How outputs will be measured i. Reporting to DEEWR by the project’s collaborative partners against each of the essential deliverables listed above, to the extent appropriate to their individual areas of expertise ii. Analysis by DEEWR of the extent to which essential aspects of the project were delivered, the costs, benefits, lessons learnt and implications for any future policy. 2. Structural arrangements a. Parties involved and their roles Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) (sponsor, project leader, collaborative partner) AARNet Pty Ltd (network provider, collaborative partner) Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) (collaborative partner) SABRENet Limited (collaborative partner) Government of South Australia’s Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (DFEEST) (collaborative partner) State Government of Victoria’s Victorian Skills Commission (VSC) (manager of financial relationship with AARNet Pty Ltd, collaborative partner) b. Governance and division of responsibilities The collaborative model employed for this project is one that requires considerable goodwill and accommodation of the needs and interests of other parties and enormous enthusiasm to implement a worthwhile proof of concept. However, as the sponsor of the project, DEEWR must approve all activities undertaken as part of the project and has the ultimate decision- making power in relation to how funding will be allocated and when project activities will be ceased. VSC is responsible for the management of the financial relationship with AARNet Pty Ltd, on behalf of all parties to the project. CIT, DFEEST and VSC are responsible for engaging with TAFE practitioners in their respective jurisdictions to identify champions who will lead their state’s activities in relation to the running of applications that trial potential uses of the network.
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