Developing digital capabilities of future students through consensus curriculum development
This paper details a workshop structure designed to stimulate discussion and debate with educational developers. We define and discuss how consensus can be used in the curriculum development process to develop future-ready graduates with enhanced digital capabilities. The workshop design uses a co-design structure, providing opportunity for social learning through sharing challenges and inhibitors while receiving constructive feedback from other educators concerned about the same topic. The workshop provides an opportunity to work immediately on ways forward with the potential to forge interprofessional digital capability strategies that will improve the holistic student experience and help prepare future-ready graduates.
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