Myth Busting: AI’s Role in Teaching & Learning

AI in higher ed is much discussed but often misunderstood. The use of AI in teaching and learning raises ethical concerns but also holds promise for benefits that include reducing administrative burdens on faculty. This panel will explore the perceived concerns with AI’s ability to automate administrative processes in course grading and generating data-driven insight on students’ academic performance. It will also unpack how AI is being used by faculty to improve pedagogy and student outcomes.

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Susan D’Agostino

Inside Higher Ed

Kathryne “Kate” Drezek McConnell

American Association of Colleges & Universities (AAC&U)

Rich Ross

University of Virginia

Eric Wang

Turnitin

This event will be in person

Details

Format:

Talk

Type:

Session

Track:

Emerging Tech

Level:

Basic Understanding

Focus Area:

Higher Education