Digital Transformation at Leeds – recording now available
If you missed our session explore the meaning of digital transformation and how it will impact every part of the University’s community, a recording of the presentation is now available.
You will hear from Professor Neil Morris (Interim Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Digital Transformation) and colleagues across research, student education and professional services about what digital transformation means for our culture, people, processes, technology and impact.
Thank you to all those who shared your ideas via our Padlet boards about what our digital transformation priorities should be in the areas of student education, research and innovation and ways of working. This feedback will help shape and inform our emerging strategy.
Share your feedback
Looking ahead, we would now like to invite you to feedback on the proposed trategic objectives – let us know if you agree (or disagree) by voting and please feel free to add comments.
We’re also keen to hear your case studies of effective digital transformation from your area of interest.
You can also read Neil Morris’ previous Inside Tracks that introduce digital transformation, how it can enhance research and innovation, how digital technologies can free up our time and the affordances and challenges of using digital technologies and digital approaches to support the university’s activities.
Neil has shared a summary of common questions and feedback from the event in a follow-up Inside Track article.
Watch the recording
This video is being shared via Microsoft Streams and you may be prompted to login with your usual University username and password before you can watch the recording. If you are already logged into office 365, this video should appear, you can also view it on MS Streams.
Recorded live on Tuesday 8 December.Posted in: University newsLeeds conversationsWhat next at Leeds?