Topics: Online teaching – seriously?
Development of flexible, online education offers has been an expectation of Nordic authorities and part of strategy in higher education since the turn of the millennium. Nevertheless, the actual offer has been sporadic, with modest development.
Now, however, digital courses are increasingly in demand. For the first time, three web-based programmes climbed into the top ten list of the most popular educations by applicants in Norway. Are we finally approaching a tipping point for online in higher education? Why should we offer online education and what is needed to create it with good quality?
Put fear aside and look AI straight in the eye
Every major technology change has massive effects on society and may disrupt everything. From the book printing technology to internet and now artificial intelligence (AI). Although AI is developing faster than anything else we have seen in history, the mechanisms remain the same. Should it not be possible to apply the established didactic principles when using AI tools – in the same way educators have adjusted their teaching methods according to different situations?
It is time to put fear aside and look AI straight in the eye to find out how this technology can be used to the advantage of education. In this session we address the opportunities of AI, how the concerns should be handled, and provide examples of how it can be used.
The price for the conference is NOK 350,-
A light meal at arrival is included, so feel free to come straight from work. Beverages can be bought from the bar.
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