Objective seven: to establish a digital learning infrastructure that connects students with each other, with staff, with research and with the wider world.
Objective eight: to expand our co-curricular offer in response to student feedback about employability and our commitment to education in the round.
We consulted widely about all aspects of the strategy and spoke to over 550 staff and students who fed back through multiple consultation events.
We hosted a UCL future of education hackathon (and created illustrations based on the comments students made) and held two pop-up events in the South Cloisters. Professor Anthony Smith (Vice-Provost, Education & Student Affairs) took questions on a wide range of subjects related to the strategy at a town hall meeting open to the UCL community and with his team visited all UCL Faculty Teaching Committees throughout 2015. We also heard from staff and students in our online consultation and spoke to current UCL Academy sixth-formers at an end of term hackathon.