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Towards a digitally capable university

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Sarah currently manages the Jisc Digital experience tracker which is researching staff and students’ expectations and experiences of the digital environment in further and higher education and skills and leads the team who are developing the Jisc Building digital capability discovery tool to support the development of staff and student digital capabilities.

Sarah established the Change Agents’ Network, a national network to support staff-student partnership working on technology enhanced curriculum projects. In recognition of Sarah’s work and influence on research into students’ experiences of technology, she has been elected as vice-chair of ELESIG (ELESIG is a community of researchers and practitioners from higher, further and skills sector education who are involved in investigations of learners’ experiences and uses of technology in learning).

In her keynote, Sarah will be speaking about how universities are recognising the importance of developing both their staff and students’ digital capabilities and how through working in partnership, students are developing the skills they need to become employable graduates.