Making Web and Digital Work For Your Students

With the advent of TEF (the Teaching Excellence Framework), universities increasingly need to ensure that they are doing everything possible to ensure student satisfaction, strong graduate outcomes and low drop-out rates. This has led to an increased focus on ensuring that university tools and services are meeting the needs of students and a drive to digitally transform the student experience.

Led by Tom Wright, Director of Digital Student Life at the University of Lincoln, this workshop will focus on students and how universities can make their digital channels work more effectively for them.

The workshop will include a panel of students, who will talk about their role in creating and editing content at Lincoln, and also give attendees insight into how students are using digital resources.

It will also give practical tips on how to make more use of student-created content across your institution’s website and other digital channels, countering issues such as governance, quality control and the practical challenges of how you manage and reward them for their work.


Summary:

  • Title: Making Web and Digital Work For Your Students
  • Type: Workshop session which lasts for 90 minutes
  • Hashtag: #A3
  • Facilitator: Tom Wright, University of Lincoln
  • Date and time: 16.00-17.30 on Tuesday 11 July 2017

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