Join the discussion
This year's events will focus on the digital capabilities that every practitioner, teacher, librarian and adviser in UK higher and further education needs.
Practice and practitioner-led, the events are an opportunity for peer-to-peer learning and a chance to share expertise and insights.
You'll meet with Jisc and sector experts, and learn more about how we can help your teams enhance their digital practice.
As well as a range of sector-led sessions and keynote speeches, there will be a number of Jisc-led sessions for delegates to engage with, including:
Curriculum confidence: resources for digital teaching and learning
Speaker: Lawrie Phipps, senior co-design manager, Jisc.
This workshop will build confidence to design and deliver a digital curriculum – one that will prepare students to learn successfully in digital settings, and to thrive in a digital world.
Three activities will be introduced and attendees will be encouraged to share ideas about completing them. Participants will then be able to take away the associated resources and complete, reflect on and follow up the activities in their own time.
Techniques for digital creation, problem solving and innovation
Speaker: Andy McGregor, deputy chief innovation officer, Jisc.
As part of Jisc's R&D work, we use a wide range of techniques to help us understand problems and opportunities, imagine solutions and then create them. We have collected these techniques into a playbook that anyone can use to answer questions and create new ideas.
This workshop will introduce the playbook by presenting delegates with a digital skills problem and challenging them to use the playbook to plan how they would solve the problem. Every delegate will receive a copy of the playbook to take away and use in their own institution.
Making sure your environment supports your students’ digital capabilities
Peers in practice
The full programme will be available shortly.
Here you'll be given the opportunity to try out a wide range of digital tools and gadgets and consider how the technology that is on the horizon is being tried and tested in education and research.
For more information email [email protected].
- Jisc institutional members1 - Free
- Other organisations - £150 + VAT
Connect More is primarily an event for our institutional members. For this reason, we have a maximum of ten places per event available to non-institutional member delegates.
- 1 For more information visit our Jisc institutional membership page: https://www.jisc.ac.uk/about/institutional-membership