Digital poverty and Student Services: AMOSSHE webinar

02 December 2020 15:09 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Digital poverty AMOSSHE is hosting a webinar for Student Services leaders to discuss student digital poverty in the context of Student Services. What does digital poverty mean for different students (access to wifi, equipment, software, skills)? How are different student groups impacted? How can Student Services best support and engage these students? How do we manage student needs and expectations, and change our service models to account for these?

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Digital poverty in the context of Student Services takes place on Friday 22 January 2021 from 10:30 to 12:00 (GMT).

This professional development event explores the various contexts of student digital poverty, shares learning and good practice in response to this emerging Student Services issue, and suggests approaches for the future.

The full programme is now online. Speakers include:

  • Dr Graeme Atherton (Director, NEON - National Education Opportunities Network)
  • AMOSSHE Executive Members Anji Gardiner (Director of Student Services, University of Hull) and Lesley O'Keeffe (Registrar, Brunel University London)
  • Jonathan Baldwin (Managing Director - Higher Education, Jisc)

The event costs:

  • £29 for AMOSSHE named members
  • £49 for non-members (other employees of an AMOSSHE member organisation, individuals, not-for-profit and corporate organisations, higher education providers not associated with AMOSSHE)

...and you don’t need to pay VAT for AMOSSHE events.

All delegates will receive a recording of the event afterwards, as well as any presentations or resources.

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