Chapter 26: An institutional approach to developing and implementing a strategy for digital education
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This chapter is a case study of one university's approach to developing and implementing a vision for education with the digital technologies playing a supporting role. The vision was developed using a top-down and bottom-up approach involving literature reviews, analysis of student feedback and contextual issues, as well as feedback from specialized working groups. The implementation strategy included communicating the vision, aligning organizational processes and systems, empowering others to achieve the vision, and motivating staff. The result has been a reimagining of learning such that students experience a practice-oriented education for a global workplace. Students engage in active and collaborative learning activities, making extensive use of digital technologies which complement their on-campus experience. Alongside this vision is a purpose-built AUS$1.5B campus to support this vision. The outcome of this ten-year project has been high graduate employment outcomes, high levels of employer satisfaction, and of students reporting being engaged in their learning.

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