A digitally inclusive learning experience is designed to support students to develop the digital skills they need to study and work in an evolving digital world. It is also accessible and free from the barriers created by digital poverty.
By ensuring all our programmes are digitally inclusive we will provide Oxford Brookes graduates with the skills and attributes to function critically and effectively in a digitally enhanced environment. Crucially, they will also be able to adapt and maintain relevant digital skills over time (Coldwell-Neilson 2021).
At Brookes, we envisage digitally enabled teaching and learning as inclusive, engaging and rigorous pedagogic practice facilitated by digital teaching tools. By following the principles of coherence, consistency, community and choice, digitally enabled teaching and learning encourages student engagement, belonging and independent learning, and grows student and staff digital capability.