We offer tailored services to meet the needs of the education and research sector in Scotland.

Why West College Scotland’s digital strategy prioritises staff development and inclusion

When West College Scotland embarked on their digital transformation journey, Angela Pignatelli, assistant principal, became the college lead, creating and chairing the digital strategy group which was to spearhead inclusive and effective digital practices throughout the organisation.

Read West College Scotland's digital strategy story.

Events local to you

We deliver a wide range of events throughout the year, focused on specific topics, services and projects, and open to any of our members.

Connect More

Connect More is our UK-wide summer events series, providing practitioners in further education (FE) and higher education (HE) with the opportunity to:

  • Share expertise and insights
  • Benefit from peer-to-peer learning
  • Better understand how we can help you and your sector

Continued engagement

Our forums help to ensure we understand your needs and deliver you a valuable service.


Every year we formally consult with our members in FE and HE. We aim to update you on our activities and ensure we continue to deliver world-class services that meet your needs, including your local and national priorities.

Stakeholder forum

Our stakeholder forum, for FE and HE leaders, coincides with Digifest each year. It offers members an opportunity to engage with us and our board to help shape our strategy and priorities, as well as our national and regional activities.

Head of Jisc Scotland

Your director of nation is Jason Miles-Campbell.

Jason and his team are responsible for ensuring that members and communities in Scotland receive outstanding service from Jisc.

Headshot of Jason Miles-Campbell

Find out more

To find out more about our services, please contact your relationship manager.

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