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Stratus: Taking us to the next level at Catholic Education Commission NSW

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Crichton Smith, Principal Research Officer at the Catholic Education Commission NSW presents on 'taking maps and data access to the next level: The Stratus solution for Catholic Education' at MapInfo Forum 2014 in Sydney.

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Stratus: Taking us to the next level at Catholic Education Commission NSW

  1. 1. MapInfo Forums 2014 Stratus: Taking us to the next level Crichton Smith Principal Researcher Catholic Education Commission NSW
  2. 2. 2 MapInfo Forums 2014 Australian Catholic Education Catholic education represents 20% of school education 748,000 students 88,000 workforce 1,700 schools National and geographically comprehensive $9.1 billion annually (including $2.8 billion from parents and other private contribution)
  3. 3. 3 MapInfo Forums 2014 Catholic Education’s Structure National Catholic Education Commission and State Commissions Commissions represent Catholic education but do not directly operate a school 28 Catholic Schools Offices responsible for schools, staff and students - Melbourne 326 schools - Geraldton 11 schools 100 schools are independent from Schools Office Collaboration and support often occurs between CEC and CSOs and across states
  4. 4. 4 MapInfo Forums 2014 Business ‘Problem’ • Maps are part of ‘how we do’: Mapinfo Pro, Streetpro, G-Naf, CadastralPlus and Mapmarker • Increasing demand • Access, equity and geography • Many similar requests – but not quite the same • Data integration • Limitations of ‘Hard copy’ • Mapinfo Interactive PDFs changed the game
  5. 5. 5 MapInfo Forums 2014 The MapInfo Way Mapping students and school catchments - non-Contiguous catchments - Understanding school communities with socio-demographic overlays - ‘Private Maps’
  6. 6. 6 MapInfo Forums 2014 The MapInfo Way Perth Sydney Visualising spatial links between schools and equity - Not just about Catholic schools - Placing patterns in a national contexts - ‘Public Maps’ - BUT – can’t ‘drill-down’ within the map or identify individual schools in PowerPoint or hard-copy reports NAPLAN Year 5 Reading Schools substantially above the national average Schools substantially below the national average
  7. 7. 7 MapInfo Forums 2014 Stratus: Taking us to the next level Stratus - Web-delivery allows user to explore the maps themselves - Improved service – I can provide maps but don’t to prepare hard copy - Public and private audiences - Arial maps Unexpected Benefits - Google Street View, School website hyperlink – if only I’d known before we started! - Complementary data (foundation year, school crests) - Data delivery (stratus queries) - Integrating data and maps - Uses and users from unexpected places https://stratus.pbondemand.com.au/connect/cecnsw/
  8. 8. 8 MapInfo Forums 2014 Stratus: Taking us to the next level https://stratus.pbondemand.com.au/connect/cecnsw/
  9. 9. 9 MapInfo Forums 2014 Stratus: Taking us to the next level https://stratus.pbondemand.com.au/connect/cecnsw/ http://stratus.pbondemand.com.au/connect/cecnsw
  10. 10. 10 MapInfo Forums 2014 Outcomes and lessons learnt Early - Teething problems - Cost and conceptualising the ‘business case’ Now - Revisiting our data systems - How to maximise potential and opportunity - Maintaining and updating maps - Visualising - how many layers should there be in a map? - Stratus administration improving but still needs refinement for users Future - More maps and greater diversity of maps - Improving/systematising data capture from providers - Raising awareness, educating and responding to requests - New ways of working
  11. 11. 11 MapInfo Forums 2014 Crichton Smith Principal Researcher Catholic Education Commission, NSW Crichton.Smith@cecnsw.catholic.edu.au (02) 9287-1553 0410 544 157 Questions or Comments?

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