Students are invited to feed into a review of the University’s Digital Education Strategy.
The University is updating its Digital Education Strategy in light of rapid changes in the student learning experience.
The current Digital Education Strategy was endorsed in 2016 and we have since made extraordinary progress in our online teaching and learning offering - dramatically accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A working group has been established to review and refresh the strategy - in particular considering how we can learn from your student experience of the last year.
Feed in through the Oxford Ideas platform
We have created an online space for students to share ideas about the strategy.
Log in to the Oxford Ideas platform with your SSO to share your ideas, including your responses to three review questions:
- Where does digital education have the potential to enhance Oxford's offer of an inclusive, personalised educational approach?
- Where does digital education have the potential to extend Oxford's offer of an inclusive, personalised educational approach?
- Are there more revolutionary ideas/capabilities/concepts you're aware of in digital education that Oxford should be investing in now?
You can access each of the questions by scrolling down the page once you have successfully logged in.
If you would like to know more about how to use the Oxford Ideas platform, please view the help guidance developed by the Centre for Teaching and Learning: Digital Education Strategy review - Oxford Ideas guidance.pptx.
For more information about the review, visit the Digital Education Strategy page on the Centre for Teaching and Learning website.