How Digital Are You? Share your views in a short survey

Tell us about your digital skills experience

The University of Kent is taking part in the Jisc Digital Experience Insights surveys for students, academic staff, professional services staff, and researchers.

The University of Kent is running a series of Jisc Digital Experience Insights surveys for students, academic staff, professional services staff, and researchers.

By sharing your digital experiences, we are able to have a richer picture of the digital environment, and how digital technologies are used in learning, teaching and supporting activities. This allows us to find out how you would like technology to be used in learning and teaching; understand how you use our services and how we could improve them; identify and address problems; target resources towards the issues that matter to you; better understand how we can support you develop digital skills; work collaboratively with you to improve and shape your digital experience.

The survey will also be an opportunity for you to reflect on your own digital experience and help you highlight areas you may wish to develop further. Your views will help us to define and deliver skills development programmes and develop the digital competencies of our students and staff, with the aim of contributing to the digital transformation of the University. From the results of these surveys, recommendations will be made regarding the digital skills training offer at the University.

After you complete the survey, you will have the opportunity to enter a prize draw for a LOVE2SHOP voucher!LOVE2SHOP Gift Card promotion

Select the survey that matches your role at the University of Kent:

A note on data protection:
This survey is being carried out by the University of Kent in conjunction with Jisc. Depending on your role at the University, we will ask you questions about your experiences of digital learning, use of digital tools, and the digital infrastructure. The data is used to help improve staff and students digital experience. Your participation in this questionnaire is voluntary and you can stop at any point without your responses being included in the dataset. Jisc will use anonymised aggregated data for analysis, public reports and presentations. More information regarding data protection can be found here: Assurance and Data Protection – University of Kent

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