- Harnessing technology to support graduate employability and the student journey
- How to support faculty to maintain quality control in online learning
- Building digital trust and protecting your institution from cyber threats
- How university could look like for the class of 2030
- Update your recruitment strategies
- Implement technologies that ensure distance learners feel supported and satisfied
- Maximise student skill development and increase employment rates
- Recognise where you are going wrong in your digital strategy
- Scale your digital assessment strategy
- Focus your training efforts to best support and upskill staff
- Create learning environments that maximise student engagement and satisfaction
- Ensure consistency between online courses
- Create a digital transformation strategy in times of uncertainty
- Approach upcoming technologies and apply them in your university
- Plan for the class of 2030
Transforming teaching, learning, and the campus experience
17–21 MAY 2021
Taking a whole-sector approach, THE’s first-ever Digital Universities Week brought together higher education institutions from across the UK to exchange knowledge and discuss best practice regarding their rapid and ongoing digital transformation journeys.
The event showcased pioneering voices in the edtech sector and featured an exclusive ‘innovation hour’ in which cutting edge start-ups displayed the latest products to enable institutions to plan their digital future.
The student journey
The pandemic has forced universities to make digital innovations that once seemed impossible. These are invaluable in supporting the student journey, from recruitment through to assessment and employment.
Universities and solution providers explore technologies worth investmenting in, and how they can be used to support the student life cycle.
Teaching and learning
To offer the best online learning to students, universities will need robust and compelling digital tools to deliver consistent learning experiences.
This theme showcases the resources you should prioritise in building your hybrid learning model.
Planning for the future
Following a year of change, 2021 is the year that edtech will revolutionise the higher education sector, future-proofing institutions for the next generation of students.
Universities and solution providers cement their digital transformation strategies, and an exclusive innovation hour showcases the latest products on offer from cutting-edge start-ups.