A recent report Artificial Intelligence in the US Education Sector stated that it is expected that AI in US education will grow by 47.5% up to 2021 and emerging technologies in the form of AI and machine learning are on the verge of drastically transforming educational institutes and the way that teaching and learning is delivered.
With this in mind, this workshop will explore the practical integration of AI and machine learning into the university environment, discussing case study focused examples of current best practice, whilst also looking at future opportunities to transform the ways universities operate and deliver teaching and learning.
The workshops will cover the following learning areas:
Exploring case study examples of the integration of AI and machine learning into the university environment
Building the business case – return on investment
Understanding the tech – exploring the solution provider market
Examining stakeholder engagement and change management strategies
Utilising AI tools to help develop skills and testing systems
Differentiated and personalized learning - Understanding future opportunities to customize curriculum for every student's needs
What is achievable today to automate admin tasks?
Risks associated to the rise of AI in higher education (e.g. privacy, inequality & discrimination, cost savings vs. quality focus, monopoly of AI systems)
Conference Day One: Tuesday, 3 March 2020
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020
How Can Teachers Deliver the Same Engaging Experience to On-line Students as On-Campus Students?
How can we improve the on-line learning experience?
How can we connect physical learning spaces to on-line lectures?
How do we create and interactive and collaborative on-line learning experience?
How can we improve the quality of on-line teaching?
It is expected by 2024 upwards of 47% of learning management tools will be enabled by AI capabilities and AI-enabled e-Learning tools will reach over $6 billion in market size. This session will explore the challenges faced by universities when looking to implement artificial intelligence across teaching, learning and student support.
Exploring the potential for AI in teaching and learning
Utilising AI systems to tailor and personalise learning for individual students
Examining how AI is opening up new possibilities to rethink the role of the teacher
Utilising teacherbots for the administrative part of teaching
Rethinking function and pedagogical models and your future relationship with AI solutions
Exploring the use of AI systems to augment tutoring with personal conversational education assistants
Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Stefan.
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