Insights for Wales
Jisc's digital experience insights surveys provide powerful data on how your learners, teaching staff and professional services staff are using technology, what is making a difference and where improvements can be made – particularly important in the current climate.
We have also ensured the surveys map against the Digital 2030 framework, providing you with evidence of your progress against the framework.
Reports from 2023
5,544 learners, 1,109 teaching staff and 786 professional learning staff from further education, work-based learning and adult and community learning completed the surveys, providing robust evidence to measure progress against Digital 2030.
Our reports (mapped against the aims of Digital 2030) and information packs (mapped to the objective areas of Digital 2030) will help you compare your institutional findings against those from your sector. We will also work with you to help identify and prioritise any identified action points. Please contact your relationship manager for more information.
Wales 2023 infographic
Wales 2023 digital experience insights surveys: further education
Wales 2023 digital experience insights surveys: work-based learning
Wales 2023 digital experience insights surveys: adult and community learning
Digital 2030: a strategic framework for post-16 digital learning in Wales
To support the post-compulsory education and training sector, Llywodraeth Cymru (Welsh Government) have developed Digital 2030 as a strategic framework to set out their shared vision, aims and objectives for post-16 digital learning during the next decade.
Read the strategic framework and implementation guidance in full:
- Digital 2030: a strategic framework for post-16 digital learning in Wales (published June 2019) (pdf)
- Digital 2030: implementation guidance (2019) (pdf)
Our online guide Digital 2030 outlines the aims and objectives of the Digital 2030 framework and shows how digital technologies can support effective delivery by exploring a range of roles and responsibilities across the post-16 sector.
What does my organisation need to do to take part?
If you are a Welsh further education (FE), adult and community learning (ACL) or work-based learning (WBL) provider, please just contact your relationship manager or email email@example.com to let us know you would like to take part.
We’ll then hold a short onboarding call with you where we can discuss your options and explain the support available to you.
When do the surveys open and close?
The 2022/23 surveys will open in October 2022 and will close end of March 2023.
Where can I find advice and guidance on running the surveys?
We provide extensive guidance on running the digital experience insights service (currently available in English only). See our advice and guidance pages.
We also provide editable templates in Word to help your promote the surveys to your students and staff (English and Welsh language versions available). These are downloadable from our resources page.
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Please do get in touch if you have any queries: