With data underpinning educational and research activities, it is essential for UON to develop robust, flexible and integrated data-related capabilities.
- Information Management
We will implement enterprise-grade information management capabilities to capture, store, distribute and protect data. This will underpin all Teaching & Learning, Research and Corporate functions for all key systems across the University.
- Analytics Core
The implementation of a new Enterprise Data Warehouse and associated data visualisation technologies will enable the University to leverage the scalable, repeatable, live data to inform strategic decisions on scale, impact, innovation, and agility.
- Integration Services
We will establish an application integration framework that enables real-time exchange of data between disparate UON and third-party systems to ensure all UON data sources are kept up-to-date, accurate, reliable and fit-for-purpose.
- Open Data
To extend others’ reach to our data sources and to access local, state and federal government data resources, we will implement a framework and environment to provide open access to public and de-identified data.
Key measures of success
- An integration framework and interface standards will be implemented.
- Support of repeatable and scalable analytics across various vertical business and product lines of the University
- An enterprise data warehouse and information management framework will be developed.
- Open data standards for access, utilisation and analytics will be implemented.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.