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The State of AI in Education

Recently at the inaugural Tech Tactics in Education conference, Campus Technology Editor in Chief Rhea Kelly moderated a panel on the state of AI in education. Here, we're sharing the discussion β€” and insights for anyone grappling with the impact of AI and generative AI on campus.

4 AI Imperatives for Higher Education in 2024

How will artificial intelligence impact colleges and universities this year? We asked AI and higher education leaders for their predictions and thoughts on the most important issues to consider as the technology evolves and adoption expands. Here's what they told us.

Pioneering AI-Driven Instructional Design in Small College Settings

For institutions that lack the budget or staff expertise to utilize instructional design principles in online course development, generative AI may offer a way forward.

From Career Upskilling to Lifelong Learning: A Q&A with 2U's Anant Agarwal

CT asks Anant Agarwal about lifelong learning and how edX connects individuals to education whatever their career or life stage.

It's Not Kansas Anymore: It's Cinematic Thinking

Gardner Campbell explores "cinematic thinking" and the pathways that lead to it.



UTRGV and ORNL: Boosting Research While Building a STEM Talent Pipeline

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley has signed an MOU with Oak Ridge National Laboratory to strengthen their research collaborations and establish a program for undergraduate research and education. Here, CT asks UTRGV Senior Vice President for Research Can (John) Saygin how the MOU will be carried out and what its impact may be.

7 Questions with REN-ISAC's Anthony Newman

We asked the Research and Education Networks Information Sharing and Analysis Center's recently appointed executive director about today's biggest cybersecurity challenges and his goals for REN-ISAC moving forward.

From Digital Native to AI-Empowered: Learning in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

The upcoming generation of learners will enter higher education empowered by AI. How can institutions best serve these learners and prepare them for the workplace of the future?

Thinking with Colleagues: AI in Education

How will educators cope with the sometimes overwhelming progression of AI in higher education? Drawing from a recent meeting she and her colleagues organized, Ellen Wagner reminds us how brainstorming with colleagues can be one of the most powerful sense-making tools an educator has.

7 Questions with Dr. Cristi Ford, VP of Academic Affairs at D2L

In the Wild West of generative AI, educators and institutions are working out how best to use the technology for learning. How can institutions define AI guidelines that allow for experimentation while providing students with consistent guidance on appropriate use of AI tools? To find out, we spoke with Dr. Cristi Ford, vice president of academic affairs at D2L.