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We meet the needs of our community by offering digital services that deliver greater personalization, simplicity, connection and ease of use.

Our approach to digital will enhance human connection through simple, consistent and personalized experiences. We will work to find the right balance of on-campus and online experiences for students and employees.

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We create digital services that are accessible and inclusive.

To help close the digital divide, services will be accessible, reducing barriers, not creating them. We will value and advocate for solutions that advance Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, and address digital equity and fluency to ensure no one is left behind. 

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We promote ethical data and technology use, are open and transparent on how data is used, and respect privacy commitments.

We maintain and grow trust with the community through our ethical use of data and new and emerging technology.

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Safe and SECURE

We serve to protect the Humber community from emerging cyber threats.

We continue to make our systems secure and private by design with a risk-based approach to cybersecurity. Our approach will be comprehensive including policy, education and training, and communications to build awareness with post-secondary partners.

"Humber continues to build on the strengths of our unique model of polytechnic education while always seeking to improve and foster local and global partnerships and strengthen capacity for innovation. We are focused on the future and creating educational and campus experiences that set students and employees up for success today and tomorrow."

Dr. Ann Marie Vaughan,
President and CEO

"A digital campus should be invisible - an integrated part of your overall experience. With the infrastructure we have in place and have planned for the future, we can provide flexibility and options that we weren't able to previously. For example, if someone is lost on campus, they have the option to ask someone for directions or use Campus Compass for navigational help. We are working to provide a more holistic digital and physical experience for the Humber community."

David Neumann,
Professor, Faculty of Media and Creative Arts


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Priority 1:


We will develop the digital fluency of our students, faculty and staff so they can be engaged global citizens. Growing digital fluency will increase equity, opportunity and innovation.

Digital fluency is defined within the Humber Learning Outcomes (HLOs) as skills that enable individuals to use digital tools, manage information, and create and communicate effectively and ethically in digital spaces.


  • Review current offerings
  • Update baseline definition of digital fluency
  • Develop plans to grow digital fluency and align with the needs of the Academic, Digital and Future of Work plans and EDI Framework
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Priority 2:


We will simplify and personalize the experience for prospects, applicants, students, learners and alumni as they explore what Humber has to offer and access services.

Enhancing the student experience through the Digital Campus Plan is based on simplifying and personalizing the Humber student journey from prospect to alumni.


  • Enterprise Web Strategy
  • Enrolment and Admission Rethinking
  • Student Journey and Service Excellence
  • Digital Identity
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We will support our employees in the transformation and future of work so they can collaborate, be effective and stay connected with campus culture.

Building on the learnings of the pandemic, we will be intentional in our actions to evolve the digital workplace and continue to adapt to the changing needs and capabilities of staff.


  • Future of work - on-campus, hybrid, anywhere
  • Recruitment and Talent Management (Human Resources Management System)
  • Financial Information System review
  • Advanced data analytics