Working to provide students with the digital skills required to live, learn, and work in today’s digital society. CTEL create learning resources to help students successfully use King’s core and recommended technologies. We lead the student Essential Digital Skills programme, which was developed using industry digital competency frameworks. The programme provides King’s students with a bespoke and contextualised training that aims to:
- Ensure all King’s students are proficient in using IT systems to support their academic development.
- Ensure students are aware of key services, systems and processes that are available to support their academic, professional, and personal development.
- Ensure students feel confident in using technology to support their learning and development throughout their time at King’s.
- Ensure all King’s students are digitally literate to meet employability requirement.
- Raise awareness about the importance of digital capabilities and ensure students can reflect on their digital capabilities throughout their study.
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Working directly in partnership with the Digital Education Student Committee (DESC) to shape the digital education learning experience for current and future King’s students. The committee gives students the opportunity to be co-creators in their educational experience, by getting involved in digital education projects and initiatives. So far, over 100 King’s students have taken part in the committee, which has led to a direct impact in the development and delivery of several digital education projects including:
- The King’s educational template for KEATS
- The Essential Digital Skills Programme
- LinkedIn Learning implementation
- Lecture Capture implementation
- Digital Education communication strategy
CTEL are responsible for the overall management of the committee, assisting with agenda items, offering training, development, and engagement opportunities, and supporting committee members in their role. The Digital Education Student Committee will return in the 2023/2024 academic year.
Further information on the range of technologies used in teaching and learning is available from KEATS.