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  1. 1. Student experience experts 50th meeting #jiscexperts22 22nd November 2022
  2. 2. Welcome to our 50th meeting of the group •We now have over 300 members and the group has been established since 2004 formerly known as Learning and Teaching Experts group •Subscribe to our mailing list EXPERTS •Schedule for today •11:15 – 11:30 Tea and coffee break •12:30 – 13:20 Lunch break •15:40 – Celebration drinks reception and cream tea •Twitter tag - #jiscexperts22 •Feedback please – online evaluation form will be circulated •Presentations will be available from the Jisc website linked to the events page
  3. 3. Student experience experts group – what we do Sarah Knight, Head of learning and teaching transformation, Jisc #jiscexperts22
  4. 4. Thank you 4
  5. 5. Please line up around the room in order of when you joined the Student experience experts group…from 2004 to 2022 Introduce yourself to the person in front and behind you and when you joined the group!
  6. 6. The group’s role… •Our student experience experts group provides advice and feedback on Jisc work in this area •You offer valuable input on the direction of future Jisc activities •You help ensure the relevance of Jisc activities to the FE and HE learning and teaching community and have enabled our work to develop a strong community profile •You provide a valuable steer in terms of how Jisc outputs and outcomes should be communicated and disseminated •You are our champions for our student experience work
  7. 7. How the group has informed Jisc From 2004 the group has contributed to the development of: •Funded programmes – e-Learning, Learners’ experience of e-Learning, Design for Learning, OER, SFC Transformation programme, Curriculum design and delivery, Assessment and feedback, Digital literacies, Lifelong Learning and many more… •Studies – LiDA, Digital student (HE, FE, ACL, Offender learning, Online), OER, Electronic management of assessment, SLiDA, Digital capability frameworks and role profiles, Principles for good assessment and feedback….
  8. 8. How the group has informed Jisc – part 2 From 2004 the group has contributed to the development of: •Publications – Over 40 publications including our series of Effective practice guides, Effective Practice in a Digital Age, Designing Spaces for Effective Learning, In Their Own Words, learner experience…. •Conferences – our successful online conferences, CAN conferences, Jisc on Air Radio Shows •Services – Digital experience insights and Building digital capability •…..
  9. 9. Aims for today Contribute to new Jisc work on developing a framework for digital transformation for higher education Hear about Jisc’s latest research into learning and curriculum design in higher education and help to shape Jisc’s future work in this area Hear about a new Jisc initiative – pathfinder programme Share examples of effective institutional practice and research in digital learning, teaching, and assessment and enable discussion across the expert's group
  10. 10. What one thing… What one thing are you hoping to take away from today’s meeting? Share your ideas in the Menti: Code: 6354 5743 Padlet:
  11. 11. Updates from Jisc #jiscexperts22 Padlet:
  12. 12. Review of learning and curriculum design •Literature review: established approaches; studies and reports from the past 2 years •Survey of current practice in higher education •Interviews and vignettes •Summary of models in use •Listen to our new podcast technology-reviewing-learning-and-curriculum-design- 06-sep-2022
  13. 13. Factors influencing the digital experience of international students in UK HE: student, organisational and policy perspectives •Part 1: Organisational and policy feedback and influencing factors (Oct – Jan) – briefing paper and promote outcomes at Digifest •Part 2: Student feedback and influencing factors (Feb – July 23) with student interviews •Please contribute to our survey to capture current practice: •Contact Esther Wilkinson
  14. 14. Demonstrating digital transformation Series of community focused f2f events hosted by universities aimed at senior leaders •Developing and implementing a digital strategy to drive digital transformation – University of Greenwich (date TBC) •Innovating learning spaces for digital learning and working in health – Staffordshire University Health Innovation Centre - 10th May •Rethinking assessment and feedback – UCL (date TBC) •Redesigning curriculum and learning design •Supporting the international student digital experience
  15. 15. Change agents’ network 2023 •Hosted by the University of Hertfordshire on 17-18 May 2023 •10th annual CAN Conference celebrating student partnerships •Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change •Vol 8 No. 2 will be published on Thursday – the journal's first truly international special issue, which has been guest edited by Alison Cook-Sather (Bryn Mawr College, USA), and Amrita Kaur (Wenzhou-Kean University, China), and is entitled “Exploring Attitudes and Intentions that Foster Student-Staff Partnership Work” •‘ 15
  16. 16. Listening to the voices of our students and staff Digital experience insights surveys – November 2021 to July 2022 • 45,224 student/learner responses (HE 33,726 from 41 UK HEIs: FE 11,498 from 26 UK colleges/sixth form colleges) • 6,224 responses from teaching staff (HE 3,533 from 30 UK HEIs: FE 2,691 from 30 UK colleges/sixth form colleges) • 7,523 responses from professional services staff (HE 5,413 from 19 UK HEIs: FE 2,110 from 21 UK colleges/sixth form colleges) • 987 responses from researchers in 12 UK HEIs Student/learner reports now available – teaching staff reports published 7 December 2022 16
  17. 17. 2022/23 surveys now open 17 Refreshed question set for 2022/23 to reflect changing priorities and with strong focus on broad digital experience Find out more at: Joint community of practice event for digital experience insights and building digital capability services • 7 December 2022 (online event) • Registration now open
  18. 18. Refreshed digital capability framework • 18
  19. 19. Refreshed digital capability role profiles •New approach recognises two levels within a role: • What people do in their role as an individual professional • What people do on behalf of the organisation, such as… • Support, mentor and lead others • Contribute to organisational strategies, activities, initiatives, performance individual-digital-capabilities/
  20. 20. We would appreciate your help Tell us what you want to see in VocTeach Discovery Your feedback now 1. Watch the video 2. VocTeach Discovery feedback 3. Complete survey 4. Email: If you have any feedback on the video or survey, please email us Tutors & practitioners' feedback 1. Share video & survey with college tutors and practitioners (via 2. Ask college tutors/practitioners to watch video and complete the online survey Will this work? What else do you need?
  21. 21. Keynote - Digital transformation as Praxis - How to make it happen Prof. Arunangsu Chatterjee, Dean of Digital Transformation, Vice Chancellors Office, University of Leeds
  22. 22. Tea and coffee break – back at 11:30 #Jiscexperts22 Padlet:
  23. 23. Developing a framework for digital transformation in higher education Sarah Knight and Lou McGill
  24. 24. Lunch break – back at 13:20 #Jiscexperts22 Padlet:
  25. 25. Panel session – Supporting staff with reimagining learning, teaching and assessment •Chair: Professor Lawrie Phipps, Senior research lead, Jisc •Rob Howe, Head of Learning Technology, University of Northampton •Steve Wileman, Head of Digital Learning, South Staffordshire College •Scott Hayden, Head of Digital Learning, Basingstoke College of Technology •Dr Jane Mooney, Senior Lecturer and Academic Theme Lead for Digital Skills and Literacy, Flexible Learning Programme, The University of Manchester •Professor Deborah Longworth, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Education & Professor of English Literature, University of Birmingham
  26. 26. Members showcase •The University of Plymouth Student Digital Champions - our story so far - Emma Purnell, Senior Digital Learning Designer, Plymouth University •Using Video Annotation in Assessment and Feedback: Results of a Pilot Study at WMG - Graeme Knowles, Director of education innovation, University of Warwick •An overview of current QEI team-led projects at the Open University: Pathways, learning gains, online assessment experiences and the changing learner - Dr Simon Cross, Senior Lecturer and Associate Director (QE), Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University
  27. 27. Thank you for your contributions! Presentations and recordings available form experience-experts-group-50th-meeting #jiscexperts22
  28. 28. Get in touch … Sarah Knight Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY

Editor's Notes

  • Almost 60,000 responses!
    PSS and researcher reports likely to be published late January