- How are you responding to the changing digital needs and expectations of your students and staff?
- Do the experiences and the digital environment you offer to your students adequately prepare them to flourish in a society that relies heavily on digital technologies?
- What are you doing to engage students in dialogue about digital issues and to work collaboratively with them to enhance their digital learning experience?
- How well is the digital vision for your establishment embedded in institutional policies and strategies?
These are questions that are challenging institutions in UK further and higher education (FE and HE).
This guide will address key challenges like these and support institutions to develop digital environments which meet students’ expectations and help them to progress to higher levels of study and employment.
By sharing research findings and good practice, we aim to support staff and students to make the most effective use of digital technologies by kickstarting discussions within institutions and directing people to guidance, resources and opportunities to collaborate with others in the sector who are working on similar issues. The emphasis is on developing solutions appropriate to your context and the needs of your students and your institution.
The snapshot case studies used to illustrate key points within the guide are drawn primarily from FE and HE institutions and contain key lessons and examples of innovative practice relevant to both sectors.
The emphasis is on developing solutions appropriate to your context and the needs of your students and your institution.
Support from Jisc
All institutions supported by Jisc have a dedicated account manager who can help them develop digital capability solutions. The service is scalable, ranging from brief advice to more detailed and involved support.
Contact the Jisc customer service help desk to find out who your account manager is firstname.lastname@example.org.