Co-hosted with Manchester Metropolitan University, the latest building digital capability and digital experience insights community of practice event held on 19 May 2021 engaged community members in sharing ideas and practice, discussing issues and potential solutions and participating in co-design and feedback activities as we develop new resources for the building digital capability and digital […]
Category: Digital capability
Effective use of digital technology by university and college staff is vital in providing a compelling student experience and in realising a good return on investment in digital technology.
Posted on the Jisc data analytics blog site, this blog reflects on findings from our digital experience insights survey and the need to support staff as they continue to explore how best to design and deliver effective online learning – a key employability requirement. Read the blog in full.
This blog is posted on the Jisc data analytics blog site but reflects on findings from the digital experience insights service and draws on data from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Educause, British Chamber of Commerce and Barclays life skills. With new and different ways of working continuing to evolve, how well prepared […]
Building digital capability and digital experience insights community of practice event – 17 November 2020 The joining of two established communities of practice for building digital capability (opens in new tab) and digital experience insights (opens in new tab) services has brought new energy to the drive to transform the digital environment and the digital […]
The Jisc Building digital capabilities team are pleased to announce the launch of a new question set in response to the changing landscape faced by providers as a result of the Covid-19 global pandemic. Overview As a result of the pandemic, many further and higher education providers have been assessing their ability to deliver learning […]
A guest blog posting from Ruth Cameron, digital capabilities project officer (library), University of Newcastle (Australia) Background A few years ago, our University Library was included in a discussion about a new education framework for the institution. One of our staff members indicated that digital capabilities weren’t specifically mentioned, and so the library […]
“An interesting, informative, and practically focused event” Our first joint building digital capability and digital experience insights community of practice was originally due to be a face-to-face event kindly hosted by the University of Northampton at their Waterside Campus. Unfortunately, that was not to be, but Rob Howe, head of learning technology at the University […]
A guest blog post from Laura Hollinshead, learning technologist at University of Derby During the full lockdown the government asked us to work at home where possible with remote working becoming the norm for many people. A recent Office for National Statistics (ONS) survey has suggested that 45% of adults in employment said they […]
The discovery tool is part of the Jisc Building digital capability service which provides research-informed tools and resources to help staff and students thrive with their use of digital tools and services in their learning, at work and in personal activities. Several institutions are already receiving the benefits of subscribing to this service. If you […]
We are delighted to bring this guest blog post to you from Chris Melia, senior learning technologist at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) about the work of Chris, and his colleague Kevan Williams in developing their innovative DigiLearn programme. The technology enabled learning and teaching team at the university uses the Jisc digital capabilities […]