This volume of New Directions for Institutional Research highlights the benefits and risks associated with participating in inter-institutional data exchanges and describes the various types of exchanges that are available. The chapters outline data-sharing activities from rather simple institution-to-institution exchanges to more complex, multilevel, multi-institution data-sharing consortia. They describe the mechanics of data exchange from rudimentary copying of paper surveys and reports to more technologically advanced electronic data submission and retrieval. The authors indicate how data exchanges can serve to enhance the planning process both on individual campuses and within larger systems. Conversely, they identify potential pitfalls related to openly sharing data with other institutions. Finally, the authors provide a blueprint for deciding whether it is in an institution"s best interest to engage in this type of activity.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||James F. Trainer, editor.|
|Series||New directions for institutional research -- no. 89, Spring 1996., New directions for institutional research -- no. 89.|
|Contributions||Trainer, James F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||109|
This publication is intended to supersede the Higher Education and Facilities Inventory and Classification Manual (FICM) first published in December Like the earlier manual, this revised and updated version provides a common framework and coding structure to be used in collecting and reporting inventory data on college and university "buildings" and on the spaces within these structures. NOTE: Beginning with the Fact Book, the following student populations are included in the enrollment reports: Beyond Academics, Consortium/Inter-institutional, Distance Education, International Student Exchange Program (ISEP) Incoming, Joint Programs, Middle College, Regular Term, and iSchool/FastForward/Learn and Earn Online. Inter-institutional Data Sharing: Policy and Practice Octo Nick Anderson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Biomedical Health Informatics. Adjunct Assistant Professor, Bioethics and Humanities. Associate Director, Biomedical Informatics. Institute of Translational Health Sciences. University of Washington. Electronic data interchange needs standardization of exchanged messages. In the 3I-project ten different types of messages were defined. The use of these messages for exchanging information between hospitals, GP’s and pharmacies is described. It is concluded that the electronic data interchange between hospitals and GP’s can be by:
Online Learning Markets: Inter-Institutional Challenges. managing data while maintaining privacy, and establishing a reliable intellectual property and licensing infrastructure. In the paper environment, the purchase of a book or journal is a free-standing exchange. Once you own the book or journal issue, you have ownership, authority. NC State students wishing to take courses at a participating II school should follow these steps to register: Obtain the appropriate approval signatures and complete the Inter-Institutional Approval Form. Bring the completed Inter-Institutional Approval Form to the office of Registration and Records, Harris Hall, where your registration will then be completed between the participating. institution, under the inter-institutional exchange policy. The total number of credits taken at all institutions combined must be 18 or less. Which semester? Fall Spring _____ (year) Courses of which registration is requested: Department name/course/section Number of credits. Inter-institutional student and staff exchange agreement / The institutions named below agree to cooperate for the exchange of students and staff according to the principles and conditions below. They commit to respect them in all aspects related to the .
content Authority tables. In order to harmonise and standardise the codes and the associated labels used in the Publications Office and for inter-institutional data exchange (i.e.: between the institutions involved in the legal decision-making process gathered in the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee [IMMC]), a number of Named Authority Lists (NALs) have been defined. Int J Biomed Comput, 31 () 5 Elsevier Scientific Publishers Ireland Ltd. INTER-INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION EXCHANGE IN HEALTHCARE A. HASMAN, A. AMENT, P.C. ARNOU and A.C.A. VAN KESTEREN Foundat c% Dpt. of Medical Informatics and Statistics, University of Limburg, Maastricht (The Netherlands) (Received December 6th, ) (Accepted January 14th, ) In this Cited by: Inter-Institutional Deals and Block Deals Trading in this market segment is available for institutional investors only. In order to ensure that the overall FII ceiling limits are not violated, trading members are allowed to enter sell orders in this market segment only for their FII clients. Inter-institutional and inter-fund borrowing should be considered only after all other sources of funds have been considered and when the loan is required to meet a pressing need or to take advantage of a special opportunity. Terms Inter-institutional and inter-fund loans will be repaid over a specific period, generally not to exceed 5 years.