Shaping the digital future of FE and skills

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The enforced shift to remote and online working and studying caused by the pandemic is the springboard for our new project aimed at realising the potential of technology to benefit the further education (FE) sector now and into the future.

Driven jointly with the Association of Colleges (AoC), the project is bringing together college leaders, teachers, learners, sector bodies and edtech experts.

Phase one, which took place throughout June and July 2020, saw 400 delegates actively discussing learner and experience, digital pedagogy, digital leadership and system reform. Since then, the group has shared the best examples of innovative teaching, learning and assessment practice demonstrated during the pandemic crisis and established a consensus on what “good” looks like.

This research is included in the group’s first report which includes a series of recommendations to government, sector bodies and colleges in order to realise the potential of technology to benefit the FE and skills sector now and into the future.

Phase two will build on the report’s recommendations, particularly focusing on sharing best practice, advice and guidance and carrying out further research into digital leadership and the development of guidelines for learner engagement online.

Inspiring good practice

Supporting you

Jisc FE and skills strategy 2020-2023

Drafted in response to sector needs, our strategy helps guide FE providers’ digital evolution for the three years and beyond.

Find out more and read the strategy.

Catch up with event resources

Online event

Learner experience, 15 June 2020

In our first event we looked at how learner needs are changing.

Onlne event

Staff experience, 24 June 2020

Our second event covered how curriculum and business support staff needs are changing.

Online event

Digital pedagogy, 1 July 2020

In our third event we looked at emerging best practice for technology enabled teaching, learning and assessment.

What's working well for you?

Lots of you have been asking for examples of good practice and we’re trying to capture as many of these as we can so that we can share with the wider community.

Share your story.

Get in touch

Contact us if you have any questions about our work.

Email help@jisc.ac.uk