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Digital capability project resources

Slides from our event in April 2017

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Digital capability project resources

  1. 1. Digital capability project resources18/04/2017
  2. 2. Understanding digital capabilities » At an individual level, we define digital literacies as the capabilities which fit someone for living, learning and working in a digital society » At organisational level, we need to look beyond the capabilities of individuals and be concerned with the extent to which the identity, culture and infrastructure of an institution enables and motivates digital practices
  3. 3. Building digital capability – new resources » Updated digital capability framework for individuals » Seven new or updated role profiles › HE teacher profile mapped to UKPSF › FE teacher › Digital leader › Library and information professional mapped to CLIP PKSB › Researcher mapped to RDF in collaboration withVitae › Learning technology mapping in collaboration with ALT › Learner » FE & SkillsTeaching & Learning Question Set All available from: http://ji.sc/building-digicap 18/04/2017 Digital capability discovery tool and resources
  4. 4. Supporting organisational approaches » Organisation framework » Auditing digital capability: a tool for educational organisations » Digital capability checklist for organisations » Digital capability checklist for curriculum developers » Journeys towards digital capability – 14 case studies from colleges and universities All available from: http://ji.sc/building-digicap 18/04/2017 Digital capability discovery tool and resources
  5. 5. Step 2: Design and construct Departmental, programme and service leaders align organisational aspirations with own priorities by: > Understanding digital professionalism in relation to own practices > Embedding digital capabilities in curricula and professional practice > Using PDR process to support staff digital ambitions with range of support options > Recognising and rewarding student and staff digital capability achievements Step 3: Explore and contextualise Teams of staff and students develop contextualised vision and action plans by: > Establishing common language, goals and priorities > Identifying and mapping team strengths and weaknesses against ideal or real world requirements > Collegiate approaches designed to achieve desired goals > Embedding digital capabilities in curricula and student- facing activities Moving forward Model of Strategic steps towards organisational digital capability All available from: http://ji.sc/building-digicap 18/04/2017 Digital capability discovery tool and resources Step 1: Vision and intent Leaders identify potential for increased organisational growth, reputation, business and student satisfaction through: > Development of shared understanding, common purpose and goals, leading to high-level vision > Analysis of gap between current and desired situation with action and implementation plans including infrastructure considerations Step 4: Support and consolidate All stakeholders engage to review and monitor digital capabilities developments leading to: > Enhanced organisational andstaff reputation(s) > Preparing students for living and working in a digital world > Enhancements to quality measures > Digital leaders able to inspire and enhance organisational digital capability > Improved efficiency and enhanced organisational capacity in all core business functions
  6. 6. Developing organisational approaches to digital capability » Print briefing now available » Coming soon › Detailed online guide available late March 18/04/2017 Digital capability discovery tool and resources All available from: http://ji.sc/building-digicap
  7. 7. What is the discovery tool? » The discovery tool supports individual staff working in universities, colleges and training providers to reflect on their digital capabilities » It presents a series of reflective questions that relate to the different elements of capability we have defined » Questions are quiz-like and non- judgemental » By answering the questions, staff are made aware of digital skills they already have and new ones they might try 18/04/2017 Digital capability discovery tool and resources http://bit.ly/digcapdiscovery
  8. 8. FE & SkillsTeacher Question Set 18/04/2017 Digital capability discovery tool and resources 8 » Designed to be used in conjunction with the generic DiscoveryTool question set » An expanded question set that replaces the ‘Digital teaching’ section in the generic » Can be implemented separately if required. » 2 versions available (Word & Excel) Word version
  9. 9. FE & SkillsTeacher Question Set: Excel version 18/04/2017 Digital capability discovery tool and resources 9 Dynamically generated results
  10. 10. Benefits for organisations » Organisationally, the discovery tool can be used to raise awareness of the range and importance of digital capabilities, and to promote personal development » Conversations about digital capability can be taken forward with a common reference point and some shared terms » The discovery tool is not meant to assess staff, but it could be referred to in appraisal settings as a development tool 18/04/2017 Digital capability discovery tool and resources
  11. 11. Slide 14 institutional pilots 14/03/17 11 February – June 2017 > ColegY Cymoedd > Derwentside College > Hartpury College > Hull College Group > North Lindsey College > School of Pharmacy, Cardiff University > University of Derby > University of East London > Glasgow Caledonian University > University of Hertfordshire > University of Hull > Institute of Education, University of Reading > The Open University > University of Southampton
  12. 12. Individual user experience http://bit.ly/digcapdiscovery 18/04/2017 Digital capability discovery tool and resources
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  17. 17. Your results: 17
  18. 18. » 3 levels of capability: – Developing – Capable – Proficient » Between 3 and 5 suggested resources per discovery tool section. 18
  19. 19. Returning to your results » Results tab »Bookmarking link »Email »PDF download 19 A range of options are provided at the end of the results screen:
  20. 20. Your feedback is important 20 http://ji.sc/discovery-tool-survey
  21. 21. Slide The institutional experience (pilots only) 21
  22. 22. 37 22 4 0 0 0 11 15 6 19 9 0 0 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Academic Administration Careers Estates and Facilities Finance Hospitality, Retail, Conferences and Events HR and Organization Development International Activities IT Learner Support Library and Learning Resources PR, Marketing, Sales and Communication Student records and MIS Student Services Staff response rate Medfield College: discovery tool responses by area 18/04/2017 Total number of responses: 123 staff
  23. 23. 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 Developing Capable Proficient Medfield College: all staff results 18/04/2017
  24. 24. Medfield College: results by area 18/04/2017 0 10 20 30 40 Academic Developing Capable Proficient 0 5 10 15 20 25 Administration Developing Capable Proficient 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 HR and Organisation development Developing Capable Proficient 0 5 10 15 20 Learner support Developing Capable Proficient
  25. 25. Medfield College: results by role 18/04/2017 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Staff Developing Capable Proficient 0 10 20 30 40 50 Manager Developing Capable Proficient 0 10 20 30 40 50 Senior manager Developing Capable Proficient
  26. 26. Follow developments » See project blog for updates on all new developments: https://digitalcapability.jiscinvolve.org » Follow #digitalcapability onTwitter » Visit project page http://ji.sc/building-digicap » Discovery tool http://bit.ly/digcapdiscovery 18/04/2017
  27. 27. Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND Contact us 18/04/2017 27 Lisa Gray Senior co-design manager lisa.gray@jisc.ac.uk Heather Price Senior co-design manager heather.price@jisc.ac.uk

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