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A community of practice event focusing on seeing the digital environment through the eyes of your staff and students.
- Share practice around approaches to gathering students and staff expectations and experiences of technology
- Share the outcomes from the 2018-2019 digital experience staff insights survey
- Share ideas and best practice around implementing digital experience insights in relation to sampling strategies, engaging staff and students, and planning for the analysis
Wednesday 6 November
Registration and refreshments
Welcome and introduction
Head of change - student experience, Jisc
Keynote: the connected university
Pro vice-chancellor (digital), Staffordshire University
World cafe session
Participants have an opportunity to participate in up to three discussions:
- Engaging staff and students
- Using your feedback to shape the future curriculum
- Securing buy-in for cross-institutional initiatives such as DEI
- Campus 4.0 – what technologies and digital experiences will be needed to support e4.0 and the needs of i4.0?
Seeing the digital environment through the eyes of your students and staff
Three fast-paced PechaKucha sessions from community members (topics TBC).
Lunch and networking
With optional short tours of Staffordshire University’s Smart Zone.
Launch of Jisc 2019 digital experience insights survey report for teaching staff
Senior co-design manager, Jisc
Keynote: digital v pedagogy: does it have to be a monsters v aliens scenario for higher education?
Professor Stella Jones-Devitt
Director of learning and teaching, Staffordshire University
Participants can choose to attend one of the following workshop sessions which will be co-hosted by community members and the Jisc team:
- Student voice: how student-staff partnerships and ambassadorial schemes contribute to the evolution of the digital experience and environment
- Where does the data flow? How and where data analytics contributes to multiple aspects of the overall digital experience
- Jisc toolkit for arriving students
Launch of 2019-2020 Staffordshire University student survey: partnership approaches
Pro vice-chancellor (digital), Staffordshire University and Staffordshire Students Union
Who should attend
Staff in HE and FE who are involved in learning technology, student engagement and subscribing institutions for the insights service.
For further information, contact Sarah Knight (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Capacity at this event is limited to 50 delegates. If it becomes oversubscribed then we may need to limit attendance to two delegates per organisation.