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Digitally Enhanced Learning and Teaching in European Higher Education Institutions

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Presentation for EDEN's European Online and Distance Learning Week on 'Digitally enhanced learning at European higher education institutions – state of play and prospects' - Thursday, 5 November 2020, 13:00 CET
More info:
https://www.eden-online.org/eden_conference/eodlw-2020-7/

Presentation for EDEN's European Online and Distance Learning Week on 'Digitally enhanced learning at European higher education institutions – state of play and prospects' - Thursday, 5 November 2020, 13:00 CET
More info:
https://www.eden-online.org/eden_conference/eodlw-2020-7/

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  1. 1. Digitally Enhanced Learning and Teaching in European Higher Education Institutions 5 November 2020 13.00 (CET)
  2. 2. 3 Survey “Digitally Enhanced Learning and Teaching in European Higher Education Institutions” • Data collection: March to June 2020 • Survey targeting institutional leadership • 368 responses- different types of institutions – mainly universities • Only survey gathering responses from the entire EHEA – 48 countries • Longitudinal data – 2014 report, Trends reports • Report launch: Nov/Dec 2020 3 year Erasmus+ project (January 2020- December 2022) Goal: Encouraging European HEIs to self-reflect on digitalisation within their institution and to enhance their institutional approaches to digitalisation https://eua.eu/101-projects/772-digi-he.html
  3. 3. Blended Learning 75% • Use blended learning throughout the institution or in some faculties throughout the EHEA • 100% in Austria, Belgium, Finland, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland 90% have most students on campus (before Covid-19) 38% offer online degree programmes (usually a few)
  4. 4. Curriculum and digital skills 94% • Specific to the discipline/study field 91% • General digital literacy 83% • Data literacy and safety 81% • Ethics and behaviour in digital environments • Although almost all institutions address general digital literacy and study-field-specific skills, these are not fully embedded everywhere throughout the compulsory learning offer *Combining “in all or most student programmes”, “only in specific study programmes” and “there is a voluntary offer”
  5. 5. Quality Assurance 28% 23% 41% 4% 3% Digitalisation and internal quality assurance processes Yes, integrated into our regular internal QA Yes, there is a special approach for digitally enhanced learning No, but it is under discussion No I do not know 53% have internal QA in place +22% from 2014
  6. 6. Lifelong Learning- developments & perceptions 48% digitalisation has contributed to major transformation in widening access 49% reach out to new learner groups - one of the main motivations for offering MOOCs 65% growing demand for short courses (non-degree) in blended mode, compared to 53% in online mode and 44% on campus 65% mature and adult students are the main target of online learning 81% widening access through digitalisation is a strategic development priority
  7. 7. Internationalisation & mobility 33% 35% 16% 9% No Not yet, but we are planning to Yes, in some faculties Yes, throughout the institution Virtual Mobility 86% • Outreach and learning provision for international students 85% • Collaboration with other HEIs at international level 77% • Replacement of physical mobility with virtual mobility and online meetings Next five years, strategic development priority in:
  8. 8. Strategy and structures for digitally enhanced learning 12% - no strategy in place • Northern Europe 11% • Western Europe 10% • Southern Europe 9% • Eastern Europe/Central Asia 11% • Eastern EU 15% • Balkans 10% • Belgium 40% Increase in strategic approaches for digital learning •2014 - 63% •2020 - 88% (63% part of an institutional strategy) 70% - digital learning strategic priority for the institution More centralised/shared responsibility for digital learning •“transformative impact of digital learning” 65% involve staff and students in governance of digitalisation Top 3 enablers: staff & student participation (75%) & strategy (43%)
  9. 9. National and European strategies and actions European Commission: • European Education Area /Research Area Communication • Digital Education Action Plan Bologna Process Paris Communiqué 2018 • Commitments • “enhance lifelong and flexible learning” • “foster digital skills and competences” • “improve data analysis, educational research and foresight” • “remove regulatory obstacles to the provision of open and digital education.” • Call for action • “We call on the BFUG to take the issue of digitalisation forward in the next working period.”
  10. 10. 62% 65% 75% 92% 92% 95% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Plans for updating the institution’s policies on remote work Enhancing online library use Plans for enhancing digital capacity in the future beyond the crisis Exploring new ways of teaching Exploring new tools for communication and collaboration Increased use of virtual staff meetings Changes due to Covid-19 What would be the new normal? What do we want it to be?

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