Heidi Plus - Lead Contact Data Protection Refresher Training
This online module has been designed to refresh Lead contacts in their responsibilities and use of Heidi Plus in accordance with the requirements set out by HESA.
Introduction to Heidi Plus
The Data available in Heidi Plus
Select a data source that would be found in the silver data source project?
- Aggregate Offshore record Data
- Higher Education Business Communication Interaction Survey (HEB-CI)
Select data source that would be found in the Gold data source project?
- Destinations Data
- Estates Data
Scenario - You are planning on completing some business intelligence focusing on differences between overall income against expenditure at your institution. Would you be using the Silver or Gold Data project to complete this analysis?
- The GOLD data project
- The SILVER data project
Heidi Plus Levels of Access
Identify two projects Bronze Users can access.
- HESA Dashboards and the Heidi Plus Support Centre.
- HESA Dashboards and Personal Workbooks.
A Lead Contact is automatically assigned the role of Gold user.
Scenario- A member of your team requests Heidi Plus access to track your institution's recent graduate's destinations. Would you grant Silver or Gold user access to this colleague?
- Silver User access
- Gold User access.
Extracting Gold Unrounded Data from the Heidi Plus Environment
Choose a legitimate reason from below for extracting Gold Unrounded data for use on your own business intelligence tool.
- Analysis cannot be completed using Heidi Plus
- You wish to store Heidi Plus data on your own system for future analysis.
Is it recommended to share visualisations containing Gold un-rounded data with other Gold users at your organisation outside of the Heidi Plus environment?
Scenario - You are required to retain some Gold unrounded data for future analysis according to your organisation's retention policy. Is this permissible?
The Data Protection Act
Data Protection Act Video
According to the Data Protection Act, data must be processed following which two principles?
- Data must be processed fairly and lawfully.
- Data must be processed fairly and within a stated time frame.
From Principle 3 of the Data Protection Act. The data must be adequate, ................ and not excessive for the purposes.
Scenario - A student currently at your institution contacts you requesting access to all the data held about them. How do you respond in regards to Heidi Plus?
- You inform the student that the data is not available unless you are a University employee.
- You provide the student with the text contained in the organisational agreement.