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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.

Learning Analytics and the Future of Change in the Classroom

How does a university take the inordinate amount of data it collects and somehow make sense of it to build strategies for driving change in the classroom? And is it worth the investment?

7 Questions on Generative AI in Learning Design

Open LMS Adoption and Education Specialist Michael Vaughn on the challenges and possibilities of using artificial intelligence to move teaching and learning forward.

FLEXspace Update: What's in Store for AY '23-'24?

This is going to be a big year for FLEXspace, the Flexible Learning Environments Exchange. Academic year '23-'24 will bring FLEXspace version 3.0 with a total portal redesign plus numerous new features and services.



Institutional Analytics: The Data Revolution in Higher Education

Campus Technology sits down with David Weil, Vice President and Chief Information and Analytics Officer, Information Technology & Analytics, at Ithaca College, who will be delivering talks on both AI and data and analytics at the upcoming Tech Tactics in Education Conference, to be held Nov. 7–9 in Orlando, FL.

Why It's Time to Examine Institutional Strategy for a Multi-Modal Future

Among the core themes of the recently released Changing Landscape of Online Education report is that growing student demand for online and hybrid learning is moving higher education toward a multi-modal future. We spoke with Dr. Bethany Simunich, co-director of the CHLOE Project, about key takeaways from the CHLOE 8 survey and why institutions that aren't examining their online strategy may be putting themselves at a competitive disadvantage.

7 Questions on Anthology's Approach to AI

We spoke with Anthology Chief Product Officer JD White about his company's vision for AI as well as practical considerations for embracing AI tools in the classroom.

Instructure Chooses Partners for Its Open, Interoperable Ecosystem of Solutions

CT talks with Instructure's VP of Global Strategy Ryan Lufkin to learn how his company leverages partnerships in an evolving global marketplace.

Educating the Next Generation in AI

What skills will students need for the workforce of the future in an age dominated by artificial intelligence? In addition to basic computer science, data competencies, and the mathematics and statistics behind AI and machine learning, there are a range of social impacts to consider: AI risk, ethics, privacy, questions of bias, etc. We spoke with Dakota State University President José-Marie Griffiths about how her institution is preparing students for careers in AI.