Change agents and staff-student partnerships
- Jisc change agents’ network
- Our guide to developing successful student-staff partnerships
- Our quick guide on getting started with staff-student partnerships
Our quick guide on developing students’ digital capability
- Our quick guide develop your students’ employability skills through technology
- Our developing student employability project with access to the full report, quick-read version, case studies from higher and further education and the employability toolkit
Learner engagement resources
Key outputs from the digital student skills study include resources for conducting a student focus group.
‘Listening to learners’ resources
- Enhancing the digital experience for students’ cards
- Digital students are different posters
- NUS benchmarking tool – the student digital experience
- Using social media to engage learners in conversations about their learning
Online resources to support the development of digital skills
- Learn My Way by the Tinder Foundation is a free online resource designed to help people develop and improve their digital skills. The Learn My Way platform boosts accessibility and engagement.
- Open University: Suitable for staff and students, Being Digital: Skills for Life Online is a suite of over 40 of short, easy to follow online resources, each less than 10 minutes long. Designed by the Library Services team at the Open University, they can help you develop essential skills for study, work and lifelong learning. Resources can be accessed through the A-Z index or users can take a short self-assessment linked to four themed pathways.
- The student guide to social media created by the libraries of Leeds, Manchester and York universities – an interactive online guide.
- The Wales Essential Skills Toolkit (known as the WEST Toolkit) offers a screening test to assess users starting levels in digital literacy and other essential skills and provides access to resources to support learners to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding.