Core to the success of the Digital Strategy is Digital Inclusivity. A digital-first strategy will be successful when the College can ensure equitable access to technology and connectivity. Key initiatives are intended to make significant progress in bridging this gap.
Technology decisions are made with consideration for equity, diversity, inclusion, and access. The digital strategy will remain flexible to cater for adjusting enrolment trends and changes in offered programming.
The College will continue to leverage Microsoft™ Education & COMPASS program to drive improvements to benefit learners and staff.
Key to the success of the digital strategy are these five core initiatives. Select an initiative to learn more about it.
Open Educational Resource Adoption
Remove cost barriers to education and promote accessibility by leveraging open source/free license education resources. Provide learners with flexibility in how they access core educational content traditionally found within textbooks and other resources.
Academic Reporting and Learner Success Metrics
Enable accurate and timely data to drive decision-making in Academic and Learner Success teams to provide staff and faculty a readily available learner profile. Support goals of improved: enrolment; learner satisfaction; graduation rates; learner retention; and learner mental health.
Learner Loaned Device Expansion
Supporting a digitally inclusive campus by expanding the inventory for short and long term loan of technology to our learners. Ensure learners have access to technology and internet and are able to fully participate in the College’s Hyflex and online learning programming.
Enhancing Learner Communication Channels
Expand Technology Training Opportunity for Learners
Support Enhanced Learner Engagement Opportunities
Improving Access to Learner Supports
Improve Access to Learner Financial Information & Awards Availability
Enhancing Instructor Training and Resources
Enhance the learner’s digital and virtual experience of the College, adopting a digital-first approach. Regardless of physical location, learners should feel embedded in the College experience, both academic and non-academic.
Applications Process Consolidation & Automation
Enhance Prospective Learner Engagement
Continuous Learner Onboarding
Expanding Ed Tech use in Programs & Courses
Leveraging emerging technology (such as xR) to maximize effectiveness in all learning environments, in order to achieve a complete, comprehensive, and ultimately successful learning experience.
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Enhancing Work Integrated Learning Technology
Delivery Modalities Analytics
Incorporating Educational Technology in Programs/Courses and Instruction
Business Capability Management & Process Mapping
The expression or the articulation of the capacity, materials, and expertise an organization needs to perform core functions. Establish the foundational capabilities and expertise required to document our capability model, enterprise architecture, and operational business processes in a common manner across the institution.
Academic Governance and Success
Staff Continuous Onboarding
Enhance Human Resources Capabilities & Employee Digital Experience
Enhance Finance Capabilities
Enhance Contract Lifecycle Management
Enhance Requisition and Asset Management
Secure our Digital Footprint
Smart Campus Transformation
Smart campus technology enables a frictionless digital experience within the community. Leveraging advances in IoT technology, a smart campus enables:
- Improved access to student services
- Improved wayfinding
- Access Management
- Better space utilization
- Improved energy conservation
- Early detection of facility incidents
Supporting Alumni Engagement Strategy
Enhance Project Performance Measurement
Data Governance and Enhanced Reporting
Operational Performance Metrics