Monthly Archives: March 2014

Research questions from ELESIG

The ELESIG network brings together people who research learners’ experiences – especially in digital settings – with people who can bring that evidence to bear on day-to-day practice in institutions. Both groups are engaged and engaging people, and it was obvious we should put our Digital Student outcomes in front of them. In the event, … Read more

Higher Education 2020 – another perspective

Another excellent Horizon Scanning report projecting features of the higher education sector in 2020 and beyond – this time produced by the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education. It’s well worth reading in its entirety but of particular interest (once again) is the projection that while blended learning may well dominate provision, students are likely to … Read more

#digistudent at #digifest

We’re getting out our cheapest tent, waterproofing our wellies and packing plenty of loo roll as we take our digital student consultation gig to the Jisc Digital Festival. Join us in Hall 10b at the ICC in Birmingham on Weds 12 March to discuss how universities should respond to students’ changing needs and expectations. You … Read more

London calling

We’re just putting the finishing touches to our preparations for the first open consultation event in London (4th March at Browns’ Courtrooms). So here you can find: a digital student padlet to collate ideas for responding to students’ digital expectations and needs an edited collation of ideas from the Winchester event, being a speculative tour … Read more