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How are your staff and students using digital?

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Speaker: Ruth Drysdale, senior co-design manager, Jisc.

It is anticipated that, within 20 years, 90% of jobs will require digital skills, so it’s important that universities and colleges are in a good position to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s workplace. Understanding how students use technology and their attitudes towards its use in learning is a good place to start.

As universities and colleges are investing large sums of money into their digital environment, how do we know if this investment is being realised by staff and students using the technology effectively? In this hands-on workshop, delegates will have the opportunity of using tools and resources to support them with gathering evidence of how staff and students are using technology.

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How are your staff and students using digital?

  1. 1. Bangor – 18 June Ruth Drysdale, Jisc How are your staff and students using digital?
  2. 2. Overview of the session • Background and context to digital experience insights • Hands on activities – choose two of the following 10 min activities: 1. Digital experience insights staff and student surveys 2. Jisc NUS Roadmap for supporting students to improve their digital experience and university 3. Enabling an excellent digital experience guidance for engaging senior leaders and informing digital • Feedback and close 2 https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk
  3. 3. Hearing from you… How do you gather evidence of your staff and students’ expectations and experiences of technology? menti.com Code 59 45 89 3 https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk
  4. 4. Why evaluate the impact of digital technologies with the student and staff? https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk • Investments in digital learning as well as physical campus • Within 20 years, 90% of jobs will require digital skills • We need to ensure that students and staff are aware of, and engaged with the digital environment So we need evidence to support: • Return on investment • Identification of skills gap • Impact of the implementation of institutional digital strategy • Benchmark against other universities and colleges 4
  5. 5. Digital experience insights https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk ‘The overall impact of running the insights service for our institution is significant. The service has given us a source of evidence which we have used to build business cases, secure investment and lead transformation - safe in the knowledge that transformation is being led by the student voice and the student expectation.’ Richard Aird, head of customer service, information services, The University of Stirling Our digital experience insights surveys provide powerful data on how your students and staff are using the technology on offer
  6. 6. Our digital experience insights surveys provide powerful data on how your students and staff are using the technology on offer ‘The overall impact of running the insights service for our institution is significant. The service has given us a source of evidence which we have used to build business cases, secure investment and lead transformation - safe in the knowledge that transformation is being led by the student voice and the student expectation.’ Richard Aird, head of customer service, information services, The University of Stirling https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk6
  7. 7. 1. A tried and tested student survey (been running past three years) and new teaching and professional services staff survey, made up of: - Closed questions that can be benchmarked - Open questions for local analysis - Add or customise further questions 2. Provides a full student and staff engagement process, governed by our guidance 3. A community of practice 4. Compare student feedback with teaching staff and professional services staff views and organisational factors What is digital experience insights? https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk7
  8. 8. Insights report 2018 • Our 2017-18 student survey collected data from a total of 37,720 students - 14,292 FE learners - 23,428 HE students • 36 FE colleges, four sixth form colleges and 43 universities – approximately 16% of UK colleges and 30% of UK universities • Report of 2018 insights findings: ji.sc/dig-exp-insights-survey-18 • At a glance: summary of 2018 insights findings: ji.sc/dig-exp-insights-summary-18 37,720 students surveyed across 83 UK institutions https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk8
  9. 9. Staff insights 2018 pilot report http://bit.ly/DEI-reports 9 • Four colleges and 11 universities across England, Scotland and Wales piloted the surveys - 376 college responses - 1,545 university responses • The survey contained 17 items (mini-survey) or 47 items (full version) - Core questions were benchmarkable - Customisable questions https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk 1,921 teachers surveyed across 15 institutions as a pilot
  10. 10. Resources to support an excellent digital experience https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk10 Available from http://bit.ly/insightsreports • Jisc NUS roadmap for supporting students to improve their digital experience at university and college • Exploring the student digital experience: student, staff and organisational factors • Enabling an excellent digital experience guidance for engaging senior leaders and informing digital (FE and HE versions)
  11. 11. Group activities 1. Using the digital experience insights surveys - HE Student: bit.ly/digifest-he-student - FE student: bit.ly/digifest-fe-student - Teaching staff: bit.ly/digifest-teaching-staff 2. Using the Jisc NUS Roadmap for supporting students to improve their digital experience and university 3. Using the Enabling an excellent digital experience guidance for engaging senior leaders and informing digital strategy • In your groups share your ideas on how you could use these resources in your own college or university and be prepared to feedback on the resource you found most useful 11 You have the option of selecting two out of the three 10 minute activities https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk
  12. 12. Feedback and discussion menti.com Code 96 78 61 • Why did you find it useful? • How would you see this working in your context? Which resource did you find most useful? https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk
  13. 13. • Digital experience insights https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk • Sign up to run insights surveys: https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk/subscribe/find-out-more • Reports of 2018 insights findings: http://bit.ly/insightsreports • Jisc NUS Roadmap for supporting students to improve their digital experience and university: http://bit.ly/insightsreports • Enabling an excellent digital experience guidance for engaging senior leaders and informing digital: http://bit.ly/insightsreports • Case studies on institutional use: http://bit.ly/insightscase • Join the insights community of practice online community https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk/our-service/community-of-practice Follow developments https://digitalinsights.jisc.ac.uk13
  14. 14. customerservices@jisc.ac.uk jisc.ac.uk Thank you Ruth Drysdale Senior co-design manager, Jisc Ruth.Drysdale@jisc.ac.uk

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