Institutional Challenges

Institutional challenges focus on the potential for digital technology to transform what we do as a University and how we do it. They include the use of digital technology to enable and accelerate research (e-research), the content and delivery of education and training, and the functioning of the University as an organisation (administration, estate management etc). We also need to rethink the ways in which we work with communities, business and government – particularly our key role in providing graduates with the skills that will fit them for the world of work. The theme includes:

  • Data-driven research insights
  • Enhancing research through automation
  • Developing skills for the digital age
  • New models of teaching and learning
  • Automating and streamlining administration
  • Managing and controlling our estate
  • Business intelligence