MIT90s glossary

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This is a Glossary of the main terms used in MIT90s and the general benchmarking terms most relevant to MIT90s.

Disclaimer

This Glossary is a cooperative work in progress whose orientation is specifically to the UK Higher Education Academy/JISC benchmarking of e-learning exercise. Many definitions are still in progress of refinement.

If you are a benchmarking team member in one of the Phase 1 or Phase 2 benchmarking institutions please contact your support consultant for further information on the resources on this wiki available to you and on how you may wish to contribute to the process of refining them.

Glossary of 125 terms relevant to MIT90s

Terms specific to or originating from MIT90s are coded M.

  1. alignment (M)
  2. amber
  3. amber green
  4. Bacsich - see Professor Paul Bacsich - see also Pick&Mix
  5. balanced scorecard
  6. BELA
  7. benchmarking
  8. Benchmarking Framework - see framework
  9. bis
  10. broad
  11. Carter - see Bruce Carter
  12. categories - plural of category
  13. category
  14. Chatterton - see Professor Peter Chatterton
  15. census date
  16. cloudy
  17. code
  18. cohort
  19. Collaboration and partnerships
  20. colour
  21. Common Core
  22. Communications and review
  23. comparator research - see competitor analysis
  24. competitor analysis
  25. competitor research - see competitor analysis
  26. concordance
  27. Concordance Project
  28. core criteria
  29. criteria - see criterion
  30. criterion
  31. Criterion Bank
  32. criterion group - see also category
  33. critical success factor
  34. CSF - see critical success factor
  35. dark matter
  36. e-benchmarking
  37. EDSuT
  38. engagement
  39. evaluation
  40. External environment (M)
  41. factor
  42. fallen
  43. falling
  44. fit (M)
  45. five
  46. four
  47. framework
  48. grounded theory
  49. half-marks
  50. Hill - see Dick Hill
  51. Individuals - see Individuals and roles (M)
  52. Individuals and roles (M)
  53. Institutional factor - see factor
  54. indicator
  55. jitter
  56. Kay - see David Kay
  57. key performance indicator
  58. KPI
  59. lagging indicator
  60. largely adequate
  61. leading indicator
  62. level
  63. local criteria
  64. local variant
  65. localisation
  66. loosely coupled (M)
  67. Management and leadership
  68. Management processes (M)
  69. Measures of Success (HEFCE)
  70. meta-indicator - see also category
  71. metacategory
  72. methodology
  73. moderately coupled (M)
  74. name
  75. one
  76. Organisational border (M)
  77. Organisational strategy - see Strategy
  78. Organisational structure - see Structure
  79. partially adequate
  80. path (M)
  81. performance indicator
  82. PI - see performance indicator
  83. red
  84. red amber
  85. reflection
  86. Resources and value
  87. risen
  88. risk
  89. rising
  90. score
  91. scoring
  92. scoring statement
  93. short name
  94. six
  95. slice
  96. spinal
  97. staff
  98. statement
  99. Strategy
  100. Strategy development
  101. strictly coupled (M)
  102. Structure
  103. students
  104. sub-criterion
  105. sub-framework
  106. subcategory
  107. subslice
  108. superslice
  109. supplementary criteria
  110. Support
  111. tag
  112. tagging
  113. Technology
  114. ter
  115. theory of change
  116. three
  117. tightly coupled (M)
  118. title
  119. traffic lights
  120. transformation level
  121. transversal
  122. trajectory
  123. virtual process
  124. white
  125. zero

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