This week I am speaking at the Jisc Digifest in Birmingham. If you are going come and say hello.
The last time we had an in-person Digifest was two years ago. Back then we were all washing our hands to “happy birthday” and no one was wearing masks.
There was a lot of talk about the potential of digital and what it could mean if the UK was going to go into lockdown.
Of course here we are two years later and we know what happened, well we know something about what happened.
A year ago Jisc published Powering HE – the HE sector strategy. This document which followed the publication of the Learning and Teaching Reimagined reports was about how JIsc over the next three years was going to continue to support higher education in their digital transformation journey and onto 2030.
This week I am speaking at Digifest about the strategy.
In this session, James will showcase Jisc’s HE sector strategy, Powering HE, and why and how we developed the strategy. He will explore what Jisc is doing and planning to do in the HE teaching and learning space. He will bring the session together with the impact the strategy is having on university members across the UK.
The session takes place on day two, Wednesday 9th March 2022 at 11:45 – 12:30 in Hall 7B.
Should be fun, as I talk about the last two years, some of the stuff we’ve learnt, some of the stuff we’ve being doing, the reaction we’ve had from the sector and what we could be doing over the next few years.