Wales’ eight regulated higher education institutions have agreed to collaborate with Jisc to use learning analytics to improve student support and learner outcomes.
Every network administrator should be planning their institution’s move to IPv6. But it will take time and resources. So, what’s the business case that will make your CEO listen?
The government’s industrial strategy notes that “within two decades, 90% of jobs will require some digital proficiency, yet 23% of adults lack basic digital skills.” Jisc has made clear to government that education providers must adopt a comprehensive digital strategy to prepare students for the fourth industrial revolution.
"Everything we want to achieve depends on the digital abilities of our staff and students" - Dr Ross Parry
Dr Ross Parry, associate professor and deputy pro-vice chancellor (digital) at the University of Leicester, shares his experience of leading the university’s digital transformation. He explains how their digital strategy puts people - not technology - centre stage.
This week, we have launched a partnership with STEM Ambassadors, a programme dedicated to inspiring young people with science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related subjects and careers.
A chatbot that helped boost enrolment of students through clearing at Leeds Beckett University has won a Times Higher Leadership and Management award (THELMA) for digital innovation.
Technology has an increasingly important part to play in supporting a more personalised learning experience for each and every learner. Specialist colleges have been leading the way in this area for a considerable time. What can the rest of the sector discover in their approach?
Artificial intelligence will bring back the “glittering spires” of universities, chief executive at Jisc Paul Feldman predicted at a conference on Thursday.
Your world-class Janet Network is getting a boost. Jeremy Sharp, our Janet infrastructure director, explains what is going to happen and why.
This May bank holiday weekend, 20,000 festival goers gathered in South Park in Oxford as part of the Common People festival, all waiting to see bands from Maximo Park to Morcheeba and the Jacksons, sample street food and maybe have a go on the world’s biggest bouncy castle.