Principles and First Insights from the Sectoral Consultation on Building Digital Capacity in Irish Higher Education

Principles and First Insights from the Sectoral Consultation on Building Digital Capacity in Irish Higher Education

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National Forum

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Teaching & Learning

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Accessibility & Inclusion, Digital Learning, National Forum Publications, T&L Practice

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CC BY

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Consultation, digital, framework

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Principles and First Insights from the Sectoral Consultation on Building Digital Capacity in Irish Higher Education

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This document articulates an emerging national vision. It states why we must build digital capacity and highlights what next steps we should take to utilise digital technology in the best ways possible in order ensure a creative, engaging exciting and effective learning environment for our students.

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