The University’s Digital Education Strategy aims to “ensure that in 2020 Oxford remains a premier institution for teaching, adopting the very best of teaching innovations that are made possible by digital technology”. The strategy is available on the new Digital Education at Oxford website (www.digitaleducation.ox.ac.uk).
The first step in the implementation of the Digital Education Strategy is to understand more fully the current patterns of technology use in teaching and learning, and to get a sense of the most important areas for resourcing from the perspective of academic staff and students. The Digital Education Strategy Implementation Group has launched a consultation to ask departments and faculties to review the strategy document and consider collectively:
a. how digital technology is currently being used within their subject area, both by individual teaching staff and on a course or subject-wide basis,
b. what the future use of technology within the course or subject area might be.
Full details on the consultation, including links to an online survey are available on the Digital Education at Oxford website. Responses should be submitted by Friday 2 December 2016.