Wasn’t sure if I’d mentioned this framework yet on my blog, thought it was worth sharing especially as it directly relates to the House of Lords Digital Skills report which was released this year. Make or Break: The UK’s Digital Future proposes that it is the responsibility of educational institutions to ensure all graduates are digitally competent.
The Jisc framework sets out the skills that are needed for digital capability, and relates to professional services and administrative departments as well as academics.
Well worth a look – https://www.jisc.ac.uk/rd/projects/building-digital-capability
As part of the digital student project currently being undertaken by Jisc a benchmarking tool has just been released that aims to improve student experience across institutions. I’m an avid follower of the digital student project and have constantly found the resources provided as part of the project to be invaluable and really worthwhile in engaging staff in conversations around student expectations.
Several learning technologist colleagues have mentioned this tool in particular in the last week so thought I’d also share here!
Benchmarking tool NUS Jisc Digital Student Digital Experience Benchmarking tool