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  • 1. Jisc digital futures Sarah Davies, Head of change – student experience
  • 2. Wilson review - advice to Digital Futures »Jisc activity focused on achieving large impact »Activities clearly linked to the sectors’ priorities »Services and projects… significantly reduced in number »Research and development activity focused on horizon- scanning and thought leadership
  • 3. Co-design »Jisc’s new approach to innovation »Builds on the contributions of groups like this one »Aims to be user-centred throughout the life of projects »Projects co-designed, co-owned and co-implemented with partners »More focused »More tightly steered and gated »… while remaining agile, and trying new things Jisc Co-design 3
  • 4. Co-design steering group Theme 1 £w Theme 2 £x Theme 3 £y Theme 4 £z JLT then Jisc Board Jisc and co-design partners prepare intelligence on priorities Co-design steering group recommend themes and budgets JLT and Jisc Board approve themes and budgets Theme co- designers identify ideas & opportunities Projects are commissioned
  • 5. What does this mean for the Experts group? » The group remains an important source of intelligence about challenges and issues for UK HE and FE » It remains a forum for discussing and encouraging HE-FE links and collaboration » You continue to help steer, give feedback and other input to projects and activities to keep them on track and help them meet sector needs » You continue to help us disseminate and communicate our work – directly and indirectly » It’s immensely valuable for us to be able to discuss projects with you across the education and student experience portfolio Jisc Co-design 5
  • 6. Strategic framework impact areas Our customers Research enablement Sector and enterprise efficiency Teaching, learning & student experience Open agenda Collaboration & inter- national- isation Digital standards & policies Digital translation from other sectors/industries Institutional & academic leadership in the digital age Cyber security & access & identity manage- ment Data & analytics
  • 7. Near completion Assessment and feedback Changing the learning landscape Digital literacies dissemination Mid-flow In planningJust started Launching soon Digital student Summer of student innovation Change agent network FE skills development and resources Anthologies for digital collections Digital student FE study Transforming the digital student experience (SWaNI) Online learning at scale Electronic assessment management Employability Assessment in FE study Course information …and outcomes from current codesign round Programmes and projects Teaching, learning and student experience
  • 8. Futures pipeline risk distribution High Futures projects commissioned Risk of Futures project not leading to production service Low Few Many
  • 9. Find out more… Sarah Davies Head of change – student experience Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND