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What's next for the Jisc Building digital capability service?

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An update from the Jisc team

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What's next for the Jisc Building digital capability service?

  1. 1. What is next for the Building digital capability Service? Digitalcapability.jiscinvolve.org 22/05/2018
  2. 2. Overview of the session »Update from the project › Sarah Knight and Heather Price »Four parallel sessions: › Digital Discovery tool surgery – Heather Price, Jisc › How can we support students with the development of their digital capabilities using the Jisc discovery tool for learners? Helen Beetham and Sarah Knight › Mapping of Microsoft resources to the digital capability framework – Shri Footring (Jisc), Nevin Moledina (University of Leicester) and Clare Riley (Microsoft) › Building digital capability service site – Clare Killen andAlicja Shah, Jisc 22/05/2018
  3. 3. Discovery tool – where are we now? »Over 100 organisations participating in Digital discovery tool pilot until May 18 »Access for the pilots continues until Friday 13th July »New platform from Potential.ly »Question sets: – core set for all staff; – for teachers (HE / FE & Skills); – NEW!! learners – more to come… 22/05/2018
  4. 4. #digitalcapability http://ji.sc/building-digicap What is the Digital discovery tool? It is: »A self-administered quiz about digital practices in education »Designed to give useful feedback including 'next steps' and links to resources » Reflective, informative and developmental »A pilot (not finished yet!) It is not: » An objective measure of digital competence or performance »A complete learning resource or course of study »Validated and proven in practice (we are still learning!) 10/01/18
  5. 5. Navigating the user dashboard 22/05/2018 Menu Evaluation feedback form link here This icon takes the user to the Digital capability framework where all the elements are explained Data dashboard
  6. 6. Each assessment has three question types 1 2 3 Confidence Best fit/Depth Breadth
  7. 7. Individual report: Each element has: » Level: developing | capable | proficient » Score: how you assessed yourself to achieve this level » Next steps: what people at this level can try to develop further » Resources: links to selected resources for further exploration PDF download Report navigation
  8. 8. Institutional data dashboards »Provides institutional leads with: › Overall number of staff that have completed assessments (by department) › Scoring bands by organisation (developing / capable / proficient) › Scoring bands by department › Sector comparisons for both »Updated monthly 22/05/2018
  9. 9. Interim evaluation – headline findings » Total completions stand at 2,555 (as at 24 April), made up of: › 2,142 ‘All capabilities’ (core) questions › 294 HE teaching questions › 119 FE teaching questions › From 83 institutions » High response rates – 8 out of ten who started the Digital discovery tool went on to complete it » Only 20% left the system having ‘not started’ or left whilst ‘in progress’ » Overall experience of the tool › HE and FE feedback similar › 8 out of 10 felt tool was easy to use and the interface was well designed. › Over 70% of staff rated the tool as either good or excellent › Asked to rate ease of use of various bits of the tool, about 90% found It easy or v easy › Only 9 % didn’t download their report 22/05/2018
  10. 10. Interim evaluation - comments 22/05/2018 ‘I thought the data and insights it provided just based on a quick assessment was really good’ Did give me an idea of specific areas which would be worth working on, targeted action’ ‘I enjoyed using it.The report accurately recorded my strengths and weaknesses’ ‘it really makes you think about what you actually do, as opposed to what you think you do’
  11. 11. Next steps 22/05/2018 » Building digital capability service, including discovery tool › Approval to run as a full service from September 2018 » Detail still to be worked out, but will include for the tool (as part of wider service): › Free (reduced) version available to staff › Full version of the tool at a charge to institutions + suite of resources, discount on training courses etc
  12. 12. New digital capability resources »Senior leaders briefing paper on Delivering digital change: strategy, practice and process http://bit.ly/jisc-leaders »How are HR departments supporting the development of staff digital capabilities? https://bit.ly/2ImZY4o 22/05/2018 »Four new institutional case study videos: https://ji.sc/digicap_films
  13. 13. Follow developments » Follow developments › Project blog: https://digitalcapability.jiscinvolve.org › Visit project page http://bit.ly/jiscdigcap Communication › Email the project team at: digitalcapability@jisc.ac.uk › Follow #digitalcapability onTwitter » Resources › Online guide – Developing organisational approaches to digital capability http://bit.ly/digcapguide › Digital capability institutional videos - https://ji.sc/digicap_films › Digital leaders programme – http://jisc.ac.uk/training/digital- leaders-programme 22/05/2018
  14. 14. Parallel sessions »Four parallel sessions (30 mins): › Digital Discovery tool surgery – Heather Price, Jisc › How can we support students with the development of their digital capabilities using the Jisc discovery tool for learners? Helen Beetham and Sarah Knight › Mapping of Microsoft resources to the digital capability framework – Shri Footring (Jisc), Nevin Moledina (University of Leicester) and Clare Riley (Microsoft) › Building digital capability service site – Clare Killen andAlicja Shah, Jisc 22/05/2018

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