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Presentation to JISC student experience expert panels
Debbie Holley and David Biggins, Bournemouth University, Marketa Supa, Charles University, Prague.
With JISC starting to make inroads into digital wellbeing, it is timely to share the findings of our three year ‘ontology of digital toolkits’ study. The work comprises a comparative study of digital frameworks, covering amongst others the EU digital competence framework as well as the JISC Digital Capability model; a thematic review of ‘grey’ materials ; an online survey from 31 TEL leaders from UK HEIs and finally seven in-depth interviews with TEL leaders.
Our findings indicate that staff attitudes to TEL remain problematic; students are not yet being fully developed as digital co-creators, and digital wellbeing is an area poorly covered sector wide. This pecha-kucha will reflect on the possibilities going forward to support institutions as they continue to shape their policies toward the digital, and focus on the wellbeing findings.