‘Unblocking the pipes’ presentation

Alice & Sonya would like to thank you to all those who attended their presentation on ‘Unblocking the pipes’. They were delighted to see nearly 30 people were able to attend and appreciated the feedback and questions asked.

As promised, please see below, all related information:

Unblocking the Pipes’ presentation

Value proposition Template

Unblocking the pipes Q&A

Below is a link to the feedback form and any additional comments you may have would be appreciated.

‘UNBLOCKING THE PIPES’ evaluation form

For any additional information or to return the evaluation form please email alice.broadhurst@plymouth.ac.uk


You said We did – ‘Unblocking the Pipes’ presentation

‘Unblocking the Pipes’ presentation

09.30-10.30 15th October, Babbage 402

Presented by Alice Broadhurst & Sonya Riley, Account Managers

Following some of the questions raised at the TIS IT staff briefing Alice and Sonya would like to invite you to a presentation on ‘Unblocking the Pipes’.

  • Understand how ‘Unblocking the pipes’ works
  • Explore how business opportunities move through the pipes
  • Develop a better understanding of the pipeline

If you want to know more or have any questions, book your place on 15th by emailing alice.broadhurst@plymouth.ac.uk.

Unblocking the Pipes


External use of Plymouth University account credentials

Plymouth University provide Single Sign On (SSO) to allow access to University approved resources without having to keep typing in your username and password; some of these resources include:

  • Digital Learning Environment (DLE)
  • Outlook Web Access (online email)
  • Library System (Alma) and e-resources
  • Timetabling
  • Lynda.com (online tutorials)
  • Office365 *
  • WorkRite (DSE assessment)
  • It is really important to NEVER use your Plymouth University credentials (username and password) to sign up to external websites.

    Any online resource that requires registration (including a username and password) must use a different combination of credentials, if the external site is compromised your Plymouth account details will be compromised too …

    * For students at present, although the Collaboration project will address the migration for staff, please refer to the Collaborate page for further details

    GEM Award winners

    Following their UCISA win last month, Natasha Harden and Sarah Deignan were nominated for a Going the Extra Mile Award. This was awarded by a panel of their peers and certificates presented by the Head of Academic Support, Technology and Innovation.

    S&aA GEM Winners April 2015

    The Real Deal: Plymouth University shortlisted 4 times at The Real IT Awards

    We’ve recently had the brilliant news that the university has been shortlisted for 4 Real IT Awards, with the winners to be announced at the end of May.

    The Business Partner team have been shortlisted under the category “IT Ambassadors of the Year”.

    The CORE has fantastically been shortlisted under two categories: “Service Improvement Award” and “IT Partnership of the Year” (for its work with Amsys and the student body).

    The TIS Continual Service Improvement process has similarly been nominated under the Service Improvement category.

    Fingers crossed everyone for May 21st!