Will AI Replace Teaching or Make Faculty More Human?

Will artificial intelligence replace teaching or make faculty even more human? Reported by EdSurge, Penn State University educators helped paint a picture at the EDUCAUSE national conference of how artificial intelligence and machine learning will help complement and support the work of faculty in the classroom. These include faculty using AI recommendation engines to discover […]

How New York University Manages Online Program Quality

Many in higher ed are excited about the scalability potential of online courses, but it’s important not to treat these courses with a set-it-and-forget-it mentality. Content changes. Technology changes. Ever-evolving fields like engineering, especially, need to have the most up-to-date software and technology. So tt’s vital that schools come back and look at these courses, […]

Computer Science Students Moving Beyond Coding

Reported by Inside Higher Ed, most computer science majors aren’t looking to code their entire lives. That’s why institutions like MIT are pushing their faculty members to become “bilinguals”, interdisciplinary specialists who have their feet in both computation and another discipline, better matching the real-world applications of computer science. The takeaway? With more and more […]

MIT Enters the AI Game

MIT is entering the AI Game. Reported by The Chronicle of Higher Education, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is spending $1 billion on a new college devoted to the study of artificial intelligence – both the technologies AI will help create, and the ethical challenges those creations will entail. The takeaway? As AI continues to […]

Designing the Future Higher Ed Campus at The University of Maryland

As universities are striving to increase student collaboration, Dr. Scott Roberts is succeeding. He started at the beginning. In the classroom. He believes traditional learning spaces were designed with the teacher in mind, so they could speak at students. Collaboration was never a component of the traditional lecture hall setup. That’s all changing at The […]