Ensuring Oxford’s education is digitally fit for the future
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by Professor Martin Williams (Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Education).
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by Professor Martin Williams and Professor Rhona Sharpe (Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning).
The University has a new Digital Education Strategy for 2023-27.
Approved by Council in November 2022, it builds on the University’s first Digital Education Strategy, covering the period 2016–20, and identifies where digital education has the potential to facilitate achievement of the University’s existing education commitments, and the investment and activity necessary to consolidate and embed digital provision to support this.
Follow the links below to view each section of the strategy, or download the strategy in full.
The strategy has been shaped by reviews conducted by the working group, and by subsequent consultation with divisions, colleges, professional services and students.
It is organised around four goals:
- Provide the foundations for digital education
- Enable a more inclusive educational environment
- Extend the global reach of Oxford’s educational opportunities
- Support experimentation and sustain innovation in digital education.
Throughout development of the strategy, there has been close collaboration with the broader Digital Transformation programme, which aims to make a step improvement in digital provision across a range of University activities and processes. The Digital Education Strategy is playing a key role in the prioritisation of projects funded through the Digital Transformation programme.
University members can join the mailing list to receive occasional updates about the Digital Education Strategy 2023-27.