Think and build digital as a transformation accelerator
- Promoting development of uses
- Supporting the involvement of stakeholders and maintaining renovation process momentum
- Mastering and enhancing digital tools
Building on achievements in the field of Information and Communication Technology for Education (ICT), with effective and well-informed Information System (IS) governance, the University will use digital technology as a lever for progressive and sustainable change.
In this way, the University will develop innovative devices to support classroom teaching (hybridisation, enhanced classroom experience) while promoting the evolution of distance learning capacities. It will also help the emergence and implementation of digital educational, scientific and cultural projects, via adapted tools and shared practices. Ever greater cooperation will be sought with other institutions, both national and international, and with the site's partners. In the same vein, cross-functionality will be promoted between teaching and research activities, within components and services, via facilitator or "collaborative" tools.
In conjunction with the development of the above-mentioned mechanisms and resources, the University will intensify the momentum of the modernisation plan launched three years previously. Fostering the involvement of teacher-researchers will be a key component: training, support, encouraging exchange, contributing to the creation of new networks, will be promoted both at organisational and technical levels. Students too will be at the heart of the system and will play a proactive and responsive role. In addition, the University will have to respond to an increase in individual requests in the face of a massive rise in numbers. For all users, today’s work environment - pedagogical, documentary, administrative, etc. - although integrated, will have to further incorporate the need for personalisation, adaptability and simplification.
In this context, the University will strive to improve control and safeguard of digital tools in response to own challenges. Enhanced, shared knowledge is required before development may be defined and organised.
These objectives will all be optimally formulated and put into perspective, via a robust, agile Information System: the digital master plan. The University will develop and implement a plan which will act as ground stone and reference for the entire digital policy.