Digital Choices Development at Brookes by George Roberts · July 13, 2016 Mark Childs writes: We’ve made a lot of progress with the digital capabilities website based on the Jisc NUS student digital experience benchmarking tool. For a start we’ve decided on a name (the Digital Choices Matrix) and we’ve integrated it with Brookes’s Technology-Enhanced Learning Framework. [note: will we retrofit the new name to the digital capabilities site?] In order for it to be adopted within the institution, we need to do a few things. One is to create a simplified front end so that people will be led to single principles of the framework. The other is for this front end to match Brookes’s TEL framework, so that people aren’t being presented with a multiplicity of frameworks. Brookes’s TEL framework is based on its Strategy for Enhancing the Student Experience (SESE), and SESE and the Jisc NUS tool match very closely. Where there are near misses it also helps; you can see where one might inform the other. This has led to an enquiry-based approach to Course Design Intensives for module and programme teams adopting a key set of learning technologies: Moodle, Google Apps for Education, Aspire reading lists, Hangouts, Adobe Connect, MyMediasite, YouTube.