You are invited to contribute to the review of the Digital Education Strategy in the following ways:
Attend one of two consultation events (for staff)
- Thursday 22 July 2021, 2.30pm–4pm. Follow this link to register (this event has taken place)
- Wednesday 8 September 2021, 10am–11.30am. Follow this link to register
Please note: These events are the same and you only need to attend one.
At the events, the consultation team will provide an overview of the review process. You will then be provided with the chance to contribute your opinions to a range of questions being considered, and raise any issues you think are important to the future of digital education at Oxford.
Feed into the online platform (for staff and students)
We have created an online space for you to share your ideas about the strategy.
Login to the Oxford Ideas platform (powered by IdeaScale) 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.
Join the mailing list
To receive email updates about the review, join the Digital Education Strategy Review mailing list. To do this, just send an email to email@example.com from the email address from which you wish to subscribe. This is an automated email, so you won't need to include a message or subject. You will receive an email back asking you to confirm your subscription.