Thank you very much to those of you who have already voted and commented on the digital capability ideas. If you haven’t yet done so, I’d encourage you to have a look at the ideas at http://digitalcapability.ideascale.com/ before the end of the week. Here is a list of the ideas submitted so far, with the […]
Month: September 2014
What next? Have your say!
We’ve been discussing the digital capability challenge with a number of stakeholders over the summer: directors of library services, directors of IT services, heads of e-Learning, learning technologists, those working with college principals, staff on the ground supporting universities and colleges with digital literacy work, researchers, heads of staff development, and lecturers. We’ve discussed current […]
We’re fortunate in this area to have a broad evidence base to build on, derived from previous work. A key part of the preparatory work for this codesign challenge is pulling together knowledge, evidence, resources and approaches from related projects so that we’re moving forward from a firm foundation and not reinventing wheels. In parallel […]
So what’s the challenge?
Jisc’s stakeholders have asked us to address the challenge of building capability in UK HE and FE to really make the most of digital technology at an institution-wide level. This would benefit leaders, staff and students and result in both efficiencies and enhancements. This challenge has emerged through the 2014 codesign process, and we are […]