Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/454
Title: UCISA Digital Capabilities Survey 2014 – Results
Authors: Fielding, Gillian 
McCready, Rebecca 
Cameron, Iain 
Webb, Annette 
Adams, Julie 
Whalley, Grazyna 
Keywords: digital capabilities;digital literacies;information literacies;media literacies;strategy;BYOD
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: EUNIS
Journal: EUNIS Journal of Higher Education
Series/Report no.: EUNIS Journal of Higher Education IT - Issue 2015/3; EUNIS2015 Congress Issue;
Abstract: 
The UCISA User Skills Group conducted a survey during August and September 2014 on how UK higher education (HE) institutions are developing and supporting staff and student digital capabilities. A total of 156 HE institutions in the UK and Ireland were invited to respond via an online questionnaire containing quantitative and qualitative questions. Sixty three responses were received; a response rate of 41%.
Digital capabilities were defined as those that fit an individual for living, learning and working in a digital society. This definition also includes the infrastructure and digital environment in which individuals live and work, and a range of other capabilities including information literacy, digital professionalism, ICT skills, digital scholarship and electronic collaboration and communication.
This presentation will summarise some of the key findings from the survey in the following areas: strategy, delivery, implementation and practice, bring your own, differentiation and inclusion, looking to the future. This presentation also provides recommendations to the sector.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11366/454
ISSN: 2409-1340
Appears in Collections:Eunis Journal of Higher Education IT (EJHEIT)

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