Visions for the long term future of learning and teaching

We’re building a collection of possible future scenarios, created by experts to inspire (and possibly scare) us into thinking about what a preferable future for higher education might look like.

Some of our edtech hotlist have shared their predictions for what they think 2030 will look like for the higher and further education sector. Their contributions join visions from sector experts and senior leaders, including Advance HE, Association for Learning Technology, Story Cube the Open University and University of Dundee.

We’re very happy to share the following visions of the future, as written by our startups:

Uniwise on the data-driven student and university

Riipen discussing the skills gap… a thing of the past

The ‘everywhere’ university by Inkpath

StuComm on the connected university

The blended university, written by Note Taking Express; and

Morressier’s take on the fast-tracked research institution

You can view all the visions for the future on the Jisc ‘Learning and teaching reimagined’ site. Learning and teaching reimagined, with the support of its advisory board, and more than 1,000 HE participants, provides university leaders with inspiration on what the future might hold, guidance on how to get there and practical tools to develop your plans.

If you would like to know more about how we support universities and startups to collaborate on digital solutions, please do get in touch at edtech@jisc.ac.uk