The need for robust institutional policies and strategies on the use of technology enhanced learning has never been more relevant than in the current environment. As the UK higher education sector reflects on the future of remote learning and online delivery, many will also explore possible approaches to the development of overarching policy and strategy infrastructure to support the continued use of and introduction of new technology-based learning applications. This page draws together a variety of resources relating to this area of activity.
- A strategic approach to inclusive practice in education |
here has been a welcome upward trend in the number of disabled students entering further education (FE) and higher education (HE). Policy changes are emphasising choice, independence and value for money. Across the UK government priorities for widening participation and combating disadvantage have placed greater responsibility on institutions themselves to provide support for the students they recruit.
- Strategic steps towards organisational digital capability |
Supporting organisations to develop their culture, infrastructure and practices to help grow organisational digital capability and enable individual digital capabilities to flourish.
- Scaling up online learning |
Provides tools, techniques, strategies and activities to support the development and provision of online learning programmes.
- The 2018 digital university: staying relevant in the digital age (PDF, 0.96MB) |
Staying relevant in the digital age requires a strategic vision for the whole institution, a vision that is led by senior management with support from many departments, not just IT.