We are constantly looking at ways to reduce our environmental impact, and to make positive social and environmental choices. We have a CSR Group that meets six times a year and an action plan to address our concerns. Read our Social Responsibility policy and our Transport and Travel policy.
The ILRT was the first University department to achieve the Investors in People standard in 1999 and people development continues to be an important part of how we work, with an emphasis on team work and knowledge sharing.
IT Services R&D / ILRT is the research and development division of the University of Bristol IT Services. We are a multidisciplinary group of around 30 people with a mission to explore, prototype and pilot emerging learning and research technologies.
We have built up considerable expertise in web standards and technologies, turning abstract technical developments into practical tools and applications. We also have a strong track record in project management, training and consultancy. Our mix of full and part-time staff bring a blend of expert technical and 'social' knowledge, professionalism and creativity to delivering University and national services and projects.
Our work spans developments within the University and externally, allowing skills and knowledge to flow between and benefit both. We provide technical development, evaluation and web design services for University projects and external clients, mainly in the public, voluntary and education sectors. Our work falls into three main areas:
We partner regularly with academic and support colleagues in a range of forward-looking projects funded by the JISC and Research Councils, to explore web and other technologies and their application for research and future learning and management processes.
Please feel free to contact us if you would like to discuss new ideas and new partnerships.
Director: Dr Lesly Huxley