Using enterprise architecture and capability models in higher education: case studies from the EUNIS community

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2022
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en
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13
74-86
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Proceedings of EUNIS 2022 – The 28th International Congress of European University Information Systems, EPiC Series in Computing, Volume 86
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There are important lessons to be learnt from actual implementations of enterprise architecture and capability models in higher education. In this paper we draw on three different case studies from France, Finland, and Spain respectively, showcasing both commonalities and important differences. The examples showcase use cases as well as the organisations and processes behind the developments We argue that one important contribution from these European examples is an understanding of the national differences that need to be accommodated in a standard such as the recently introduced higher education reference model (HERM). One aspect that also becomes obvious from a European perspective is the need for translations–and how language use is closely connected to local variations in the Higher Education models.
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Funding Information: We are very grateful for the support and encouragement we have received from our national and international EA-SIG members. Especially we want to acknowledge Gill Ferrell*** for proofreading our writings and our writing team members, Gerolf Nauwerck††† for keeping us motivated. Publisher Copyright: © 2022, EasyChair. All rights reserved.
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Le Strat , V , Maltusch , P , Suominen , E & Martín , L A A 2022 , Using enterprise architecture and capability models in higher education: case studies from the EUNIS community . in Proceedings of EUNIS 2022 – The 28th International Congress of European University Information Systems . EPiC Series in Computing , vol. 86 , EasyChair , pp. 74-86 , International Congress of European University Information Systems , Göttingen , Germany , 01/06/2022 . https://doi.org/10.29007/hxf1