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AI in education is a Course

AI in education

Starts Oct 7, 2020

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Full course description

Date and time 

Wednesday 7 October, 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm 

Venue 

Online – zoom link provided 24 hours prior to the event 

Audience   

This learning event is right for you if you are making decisions about using or purchasing Educational Technology products. 

Description 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly applied in Educational Technology (EdTech) products so it is important to understand what it is, how it is being used and how to evaluate those products. 

This short session will give a brief overview of AI and we will look at some examples of products that apply it.  

You will learn the basics of how to evaluate products that incorporate AI by using a template that guides you through the criteria to consider. The template addresses the criteria of Fairness, Accountability, Trust & Ethics (FATE). The template is also applicable to other non-AI EdTech products. 

"Education has no limits, and AI can help to eliminate boundaries." 

Alyssa Johnson, February 2019 (elearningindustry.com) 

Key Takeaways 

  • understanding of what AI is and how it is used in education 
  • knowledge of how to evaluate EdTech products that use AI
  • a handy template to guide you through evaluations of EdTech products. 

Presenter Information  

Mike Timms 

Mike is principal consultant at EdTech Evaluation bringing decades of executive level business experience plus expertise in education research to both help EdTech companies improve their products and assist education leaders to evaluate and select EdTech products. He has held senior positions in European, North American and Australian organisations and projects across the world, bringing a global perspective to all his work. 

Mike previously worked at ACER and is a recognised leader in the development of innovative ways to assess students in digital learning environments. His research is widely published in peer-reviewed journals and has been presented at many conferences.