New report on federation journeys for optimising the UK digital research infrastructureA new report shared by an expert panel at Digital Universities UK discusses the potential for extending and identifying new collaborative digital research infrastructure (DRI) for a resilient, sustainable and inclusive research sector.
Jisc’s extending eduroam transforms the learning experience by providing digital access beyond the campusWorking with partners Cradlepoint and Sky Business, Jisc now delivers easy, seamless wifi cellular connectivity to enhance learning and teaching
Jisc and Taylor & Francis agree new open research deal for UKWe’ve negotiated a new two-year transitional agreement with Taylor & Francis to offer more publishing options to researchers at UK universities.
New streamlined purchasing system helps organisations buy digital preservation solutions more quicklyJisc’s new dynamic purchasing system for digital preservation offers efficient and compliant solution for data management in the education sector.
Many international students find digital learning in UK incomparable to previous experiencesNew resources share challenges faced by international students studying in higher education
Jisc review of UK open access and transitional agreements finds positives, but that a full transition is not in sightNew report finds that despite improvements – rapid growth in transitional agreements, sector savings and high levels of funder compliance – a full transition to open access will not happen soon.
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Transforming the learner experience by extending eduroam across the campus and beyondSimply by opening their laptop, tablet or phone, users can now access online learning – wherever they are.
Think like a hacker: improve your cyber securityUnderstanding how threat actors work makes it easier to make their lives more difficult
Networkshop 2024: Building the powerful connections needed to deliver the best learner experienceExplore next generation networking while also contributing to your continued professional development programme.
UK must step up to ensure access to digital learning is ethical, innovative and inclusiveReflections from the State of the Net conference
Becoming anti-racist isn’t always easy or comfortable: but it’s the right thing to doOutlining Jisc's journey from a non-racist to an actively anti-racist organisation
What do students know about AI?The updated Jisc discovery tool will help them find out.
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‘Let’s persuade educators to take some risks’Experience Georgia Tucker’s immersive digital installation Lente at Digifest, exploring the benefits of mindfulness and reconnecting with every element of nature.
Prioritising accessibility could boost sustainability at your institution todayAs sustainability continues to be an increasing priority for education leaders, we take a look at how making learning more accessible for all can help institutions make sustainable gains.
The impacts of a serious cyber incident go far beyond just financial costsHow Jisc helped the University of Manchester recover after a phishing email unleashed a cyber attack.
The human element: reimagining the digital strategyThe University of Exeter puts people, not technology, at the heart of its digital strategy.
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Member stories

Bridging the connectivity gap in rural clinical settings in PowysCardiff University and Powys Teaching Health Board had been searching for a solution to give students a fully supported, rich experience of life off campus. A new device, extending eduroam, proved to be the solution.
From scoping to implementing: insights and guidance from Newcastle’s learning analytics journeyThe learning analytics project team from Newcastle University share their experience implementing data explorer and study goal.
A RAAC race against time: connecting a sixth form at speedImagine finding out, just days before your sixth form students are due to start their courses in September, that the school building is unsafe for use and there is nowhere for them to learn…
Scrums and squads: how Exeter’s agile culture is paying off for digital transformationScrum master, squads, fortnightly sprints, backend developers… These might not be everyday terms in most UK universities but they’re behind the approach powering digital transformation at the University of Exeter – and it’s working.
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Beyond the Technology: AI and empathy

Recorded live at Digifest 2024, host Tom Moule chats to David Pike, Alina Bajgrowicz and Scott Hayden about AI and empathy.

Beyond the Technology: International students’ digital experience

Elizabeth Newall and guests delve into the digital experiences of international students in UK higher education.
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Mapping federation journeys for optimising the UK digital research infrastructurePrepared for UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
A review of transitional agreements in the UKCharting the progress of open access and evaluating the effectiveness of transitional agreements in that process.
Jisc trustees’ report and financial statementsThe trustees present their strategic report and audited consolidated financial statements for the year ended 31 July 2023.
International students’ digital experience phase two: experiences and expectationsThe voices of over 2000 higher education international students describe their digital border crossings and the digital shocks that impact the learning experience.
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