On Tuesday and Wednesday next week Leaders from Further Education and Skills come together in Bristol to pilot Jisc’s first Digital Leaders Programme, followed on Thursday and Friday by Leaders from Higher Education. This first residential is highly interactive, focusing on the individual digital capabilities of leaders and developing ways of assessing their own skill […]
The initial consultation phase of the digital capability challenge ran from June to September 2014, and included individual interviews with codesign partners and other stakeholders, from which solutions ideas were distilled and uploaded to an open voting platform. Over 120 users posted over 450 votes and 60+ comments in a two-week period. The top 9 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]