The University has created a bank of online resources for Digital Week, promoting digital fluency across campus, raising awareness and giving insight into the digital tools available at Loughborough University.
The resources are divided into five digital themes – communication, research, wellbeing, security, and learning and teaching.
Available for students and staff at both campuses, participation in Digital Week will count towards students’ Personal Best badges.
LinkedIn Learning playlists will be available for each theme, including digital citizenship, data visualisation and internet safety.
Professor Rachel Thomson, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Teaching commented: “Digital Week showcases many of the tools and systems we have available at Loughborough to enable you to work and study effectively.
“This week is underpinned by our Digital Strategy for Learning and Teaching, which we have been delivering on to provide a series of tools to enhance the learning experience for students, to develop the digital fluency of students and staff, and to deliver consistent and efficient processes underpinning teaching to streamline the user experience.
“I hope that many of you will get involved in the activities on offer and further develop your skills during the week too.”
Information on Digital Week can be found on the dedicated webpage.
Please note: Changes have been made to the Digital Week taking place between 16-20 March, including all face-to-face events have been postponed.
View the press release on the Loughborough University website for further information and resources.
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It has been awarded five stars in the independent QS Stars university rating scheme, named the best university in the world for sports-related subjects in the 2020 QS World University Rankings and top in the country for its student experience in the 2018 THE Student Experience Survey.
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