Digital futures: The future direction of research according to Jisc
Dr Victoria Moody of Jisc talks about the potential of digital technologies for UK education and research
Our Digital Futures at Oxford series continued with a talk from Dr Victoria Moody of Jisc. Jisc champions the importance and potential of digital technologies for UK education and research.
At this session, Dr Victoria Moody told us about Jisc’s perspective on the future direction of research at higher education institutions in the UK. She explained how JISC is responding to the sector priorities by focusing on a number of themes including: equality, diversity and inclusion, sustainability and resilience, knowledge exchange and impact, reducing bureaucracy, research security and responsible and ethical research,
She also talked about what may be necessary and what might endure in any future direction of the research process, the impact of political agendas on research and the technologies that are forecasted to have greater impact on research in the medium term future.
For those unable to attend the session, the recording is available for you to watch (requires SSO). You can find information about this series and future events on our innovation page, or the IT news and events page.
Further information and getting involved
Digital Futures at Oxford is a series of thought leadership sessions organised by IT Services where we are inviting leaders from industry and external organisations to share their views on the future direction of digital in higher education. More sessions are planned for Hilary term, including the Future of education, Student lifecycle/Mixed reality, Cybersecurity, and Automation.
Join the conversation in Oxford's Digital futures community forum on Teams. If you would like further information about any of the sessions, please contact email@example.com.