This month we’re meeting to discuss the future of education. This question is not new. People have been asking this over the past century or so as society and technology evolves. So, post-pandemic and amid a generative AI revolution, we take our turn to discuss this.
As we navigate the future of education, we’re blending human expertise with AI innovations to improve the way we make online learning. Here are six ways we’ve used AI to inspire and assist us in our work.
We’ve been shortlisted as finalists in Gartner’s Eye on Innovation Award for Education 2023 for our AI teaching assistant project!
In this post, I’ll outline how we’re using artificial intelligence (AI) to help us develop online learning and I’ll share four key pieces of advice based on what we’ve learned this year.
This month we discuss education for sustainable development. We explore what we mean by the term and learn about the work being done in this area at other UK universities. We then discuss how might we get involved at the University of London, and consider the unique challenges and opportunities for online education.
A behind the scenes look at our filming and post production process.
A report from the EDEN 2023 Annual Conference held in Dublin, in June. Tim shares his highlights of the event, and a selection of resources he collated.
The University of London hosted Coursera Day, UK – Coursera’s first regional annual conference. This event brought together many of Coursera’s EU and UK industry and education partners to discuss the day’s overarching theme ‘The Future of Learning and Work’.
We’re trialling an AI teaching assistant in our online Law programmes to see how well it can support students with their academic questions. In this post I interview Jonathon Thomas, Associate Director, Learning Design and Production, to find out more about the project, why we’re doing this, and what he hopes to achieve.
This month, our digital education reading group discusses large language model (LLM) chatbots and their use in digital education. Curated by Tim Hall.