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BDC_CoP_271119 - Introductions and welcome

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The welcome slides for our Jisc Building digital capability community of practice event, held on the 27th November 2019.

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BDC_CoP_271119 - Introductions and welcome

  1. 1. Building digital capability community of practice Edinburgh September 2018 #digitalcapability
  2. 2. Welcome to our 6th meeting! •Support a self sustaining community of practice to share approaches to the development of staff and students’ digital capabilities •Develop our understanding around how organisations are developing their approaches to digital capability •Gather ideas to inform new areas of Jisc work on Building digital capability •Share examples of effective institutional practice and research Our aims: #digitalcapability
  3. 3. Welcome from the digital capability team Lisa Gray, service manager Alicja Shah leading on service website developments and digital well being Heather Price leading on discovery tool developments & digital well being Shri Footring, lead for FE &Skills and liaison with partners Clare Killen, content curation manager Sarah Knight, service owner
  4. 4. Domestic arrangements Wifi access Refreshment breaks and lunch Recordings and photos
  5. 5. What are your aims for today? What one thing do you hope to take away from today? • Visit www.menti.com • Code: 23 03 27 •All presentations & recordings will be available from http://bit.ly/bdcnov19 • Join our community of practice https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/JISC- DIGCAP-UG • Give us your feedback – evaluation form + send us your postcard! Building digital capability5 #digitalcapability
  6. 6. Today’s agenda 10:15 Keynote: Digital transformation: becoming a digitally capable organisation Gavin McLachlan, vice-principal and chief information officer, and librarian to the university, University of Edinburgh 10:55 – 11:10 Tea and coffee 11:10 – Parallel workshops – rooms to be announced 12:00 Digital capabilities in practice: Three ‘PechaKucha’ style presentations from the community 12:35 Lunch and networking 13:35 Keynote: Student digital capabilities – mind the gap! Elizabeth Newall, senior librarian, teaching & learning support, University of Nottingham •14:35 Activity: Exploring digital wellbeing Alicja Shah and Heather Price (Jisc) •15:35 Plenary and close
  7. 7. Building digital capability service 7 Find out more and sign up at: https://digitalcapability.jisc.ac.uk/subcribe/
  8. 8. Recently released/coming soon • Organisational maturity model • Digital wellbeing practice briefing papers • Subscribers Hub website • Webinar for BDC FE subscribers, 10th December at 1pm • Designing for digital capability in the curriculum workshop: 5 May 2020, Jisc London office Building digital capability8 Photo by Javier Allegue Barros on Unsplash
  9. 9. Discovery tool data dashboards 9 Total number of subscribed staff and students who have completed question sets: Completed 11,277 In progress 1,914 Total 13,191
  10. 10. Teaching staff insights report 2019 http://bit.ly/insightsreports 3,049 FE teaching staff from 35 FE and sixth form colleges 3,485 HE teaching staff from 26 universities
  11. 11. Theme 4: professional development Only 14% FE; 9% HE agree they receive reward or recognition when they develop digital aspects of their role Only 15% FE; 13 % HE agree they have time and support to innovate 36% FE; 34% HE agree that they have regular opportunities to develop their digital skills 33% FE; 27% HE agree that they receive guidance about the digital skills they are expected to have as a teacher
  12. 12. Theme 4: professional development 60% FE; 18% HE agree that they are informed about their responsibilities to help students behave safely online Only 26% FE; 16% HE agree that they are informed of their responsibilities in relation to assistive and adaptive technologies
  13. 13. Follow developments Building digital capability13 Interested in the service? • New service site: https://digitalcapability.jisc.ac.uk/ • Sign up at: ji.sc/register-digital-capabilities • Discovery tool: https://jisc.potential.ly Follow developments • Project blog: https://digitalcapability.jiscinvolve.org Communication • Email the project team at: digitalcapability@jisc.ac.uk • Follow #digitalcapability on Twitter Resources • Online guide – Developing organisational approaches to digital capability http://bit.ly/digcapguide • Six elements framework: http://ji.sc/digicap_ind_frame • Digital capability institutional videos https://ji.sc/digicap_films • Senior leaders briefing http://bit.ly/jisc-leaders • Digital leaders programme http://jisc.ac.uk/training/digital-leaders- programme
  14. 14. Get in touch… Building digital capability14 Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY digitalcapability@jisc.ac.uk

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