All Aboard: Digital Skills in Higher Education


“Are you keen to improve your digital knowledge, skills or confidence? If so, we’d love to help. All Aboard is a national project that aims to empower learners, teachers, and anyone who uses technology to support their work, their study, or other aspects of living in a digital age.”

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

In this resource, the creators have: *developed a simple, fun way of thinking about digital skills (in the form of a Metro Map), *produced and shared lessons and learning materials that anyone can access online, *promoted the use of ‘digital badges’ across a range of applications including, of course, digital skills, *worked in partnership with many organisations and groups, including supporting student engagement projects, *championed a focus on confidence, empowerment, identity, and wellbeing. Interested? Then access the resource and start your digital journey! You can also determine your own digital confidence profile by answering a few simple questions on a tool linked on the project’s homepage.

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