There are no dates currently scheduled.
If you missed the previous sessions, you can watch the recordings.
The current coronavirus (COVID-19) situation presents significant challenges to universities and colleges. The risk of staff and students being unable to physically attend campus for unspecified periods of time threatens to disrupt teaching and learning and the student experience.
These online drop-ins will explore the questions that you are telling us are worrying you most.
Participants will be invited to share their own stories during the session as well as collaborate and learn from others.
Who should attend
- Curriculum managers
- Heads of e-learning
- Tutors, lecturers and teaching staff
And anyone who has responsibility for delivery of quality education across the institution.
The session is free to attend, and is open to anyone from Jisc member institutions (eg UK further education college, specialist colleges or higher education institution). We reserve the right to limit the number of bookings from the same institution.
What we cover
- What issues will organisations, educators and students face using new digital tools: now and after lockdown?
- Identifying aspects of good digital practice to continue or improve
- Outlining new areas of practice that need to be developed
- Identifying the things that need to be rolled back or reduced once the restrictions are over
The opportunity to ask questions of Jisc specialists and to share thoughts, experiences and plans with colleagues from across the Jisc membership.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 June 2020 - innovation and opportunity: how to help people thrive in their digital environment
27 April 2020 - planning for the end of lockdown
3 April 2020 - developing digital practice
- Download a transcript of the drop-in on 3 April 2020 (.docx)
- Read our blog post giving an overview of the session on 3 April
23 March 2020 - moving teaching and learning online
- Alternatively, you can watch the 23 March briefing on Adobe Connect
- Download a transcript of the briefing on 23 March 2020 (.docx)
- Read our blog post giving an overview of the session on 23 March